Andrew Mathews | NomadLife

NomadLife is more than simply taking risks; it is an everyday adventure in which you embrace the unknown, seek new ideas, challenge old assumptions, and look to expand your boundaries. Regardless of your lifestyle, there is a Nomad in all of us. If you’re someone who thinks differently and continually lives life against the grain, we want to hear your story.

It takes risk and courage to explore the globe and live off of your adventures. For most, unknown and constant changes in traveling (or in day-to-day life) can be daunting.  But for Andrew Mathews, this is what he does for a living. His travel blog is captivating, filled with photos and stories that go well beyond the inspiration to explore. It’s a refreshing reminder that you can let go and live a life of freedom and spontaneity, or, as Andrew would say, a life that is a “tour de Sueños.”


We were able to catch up with Andrew before he left for South America last week. This is what he had to say about the #NOMADLife, and how it relates to him:

 “I live a life that is constantly on the move. My friends live in different parts of the world, and no matter where I go, I seem to find a home. I live a life of adventure, where dreams become a reality. I feel lucky to call the outdoors my office. Nomad life is a simple life that offers freedom to explore the world around us. Now in the modern world it is great to stayed connected with friends and family. Sharing my experiences on my blog is a way for others to be a part of the journey. Yesterday Africa, today California, and tomorrow South America. Everyday is a good day.”


Whether you are working in a city or touring the world, anyone can be a Nomad. We want to share your story with our community and celebrate your creativity, risks, and journeys.


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