Episode 1- Learn the Art of Full Time Travel


Full Time TravelLearn the art of full time travel with the Traveling Chimps Podcast. The 2016 episodes of the podcast will focus on CJ’s new eBook, Family Vagabond Adventure, Learn the Art of Full Time Travel. I’ll share life hacks, full time travel tips and story’s to help you travel and save money doing it. Podcast #9 focuses on introducing the Traveling Chimps story, selling all of your material belongings on Craigslist, lifestyle design, typical types of travelers and safety.

Each week I’ll release the next chapter of the book along with a supporting podcast, covering that chapters topics and highlights. Comments and questions are encouraged, so please comment and ask below. I’ll answer any questions either on the podcast or directly to you via email.

Link to the first chapter of:

Family Vagabond Adventure, Learn the Art of Full Time Travel – Chapter 1

Amazon Travel Accessory of the Week:

Resources mentioned on this episode:

Sex Drugs Evolution Podcast -CJ’s other podcast.

Craigslist – Sell all your stuff for free.

Trusted Housesitters – Find housesitting and pet sitting opportunities all over the world. $99 per year, but probably the biggest data base. A good percentage are in Australia and the UK.

Housesitters America – Another website with housesitting and pet sitting opportunities. $30 US only opportunities. Ever improving processes including penalties for non-response.

House Carers – Housesitting and pet sitting opportunities. $50 to join and well worth it. We’ve seen a marked improvement in their site and are starting to use this more. We’ll report back on our success or not.




These sites pay for themselves in 1-2 nights stay. On average we paid around $50 per night for a cheap motel.

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3 Meditation Tips You Can Use

Meditation TipsMeditation is a very important part of our daily routine and should be a part of yours as well. It enables you to start your day off with a clear head, lowers anxiety, and helps to minimize your reaction to adverse situations. Some people find meditation a little intimidating, but once you get into a regular practice, I guarantee you will find benefit from it and using these tips will make it even easier.


Tip #1

Labeling – Some folks call it noting, focusing on your breathing and thinking to yourself, “breathing in, breathing out.” I use a similar technique I call labeling. I focus on my breathing, breathing normally, and repeat to myself, “I’m in the now.” When my mind wonders towards something in the past, I simply say to myself “past”. When my mind drifts to something in the future, I say to myself, “future”. I find that this labeling, past, future, quickly moves my mind back to my breath and the now/present.

Tip #2

Outside noise- Don’t be discouraged by outside noise. It’s tough to find a spot with zero noise or distraction, but outside noises remind us that we are in the here and now. Those noises are part of the present, recognize what the noise is and move back to focusing on your breath and your mantra.

Tip #3

Apps – Use an app like Calm or Headspace to get started. Both include guided meditations for beginners and are great for experts as well. They include meditations that focus on calmness, body scans, and sleep, to name a few. For experts they are a great way to time your meditations, whether you use the guided meditations or not and they will track the number of days and the amount of time you have meditated by calendar month.

I hope you found these tips useful and can incorporate them into your daily meditation practice. Please let us know if you had any luck with these tips, or have any questions in the comment section below.

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