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Life as a Rolling Luggager

We retired and opted to live our dream of travelling the world. We sold almost everything, no longer have a permanent home, and are travelling as a lifestyle.

Home is wherever we sleep that night. Wherever the suitcase might be.

The plan is to have no plan. Where we end up is where we were meant to be.

We are the Rolling Luggagers!
We retired and opted to live our dream of travelling the world. We sold almost everything, no longer have a permanent home, and are travelling as a lifestyle.

Home is wherever we sleep that night. Wherever the suitcase might be.

The plan is to have no plan. Where we end up is where we were meant to be.

We are the Rolling Luggagers!


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Member Since: 1/2/2007

SparkPoints: 407,132

Fitness Minutes: 260,589

My Goals:
Just lose about 50 more lbs. That's all.

My Program:
Know every calorie that goes in, and keep track of all the cals that are burned.



Lose 2 lbs / wk.

Personal Information:
We opted out of the mainstream a long time ago. Lived in the USVI, taught school, travelled when we could. Now, we're retired and travelling. Last three years in Asia and the Pacific. This year in South America. Because, why not?


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"I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." -Albert Einstein (my hero)



I try to live my life so that I make a big impact on the people around me, and as small an impact on the earth and environment as I can.

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Member Comments:
WATERMELLEN
5/3/2016 7:57:22 PM

No, I can't imagine that you would relish being around misery types much (and I don't either!!) Can be sympathetic and supportive to people going through genuine crises, but not those who choose to dwell in gloom permanently!!

And yay applying on line: how cool is that!!



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ERINLINDSAY83
5/3/2016 11:57:00 AM

Baby isn't due until August...so we have a ways to go yet, lol.



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SUNNYCALIGIRL
5/2/2016 9:32:01 PM

I did tell them--the clerk told me that she bought a Nutribullet because friends and research told her it was the best. She also told me about price matching. I am still not ready to invest in that one, but I am getting the Oster.



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SUNNYCALIGIRL
5/2/2016 2:44:27 PM

You are the first to know--I returned that blender today. I overdrew exactly that amount at my bank, and that was a big motivator! I am getting a much less expensive ($18.66) blender on Wed. or Thurs.--it may not be as much, but it certainly won't matter as much either if it's a dud!



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WATERMELLEN
5/1/2016 10:15:56 PM

Ce n'est pas a moi!! Aren't you confusing me with someone who cares? The French expect to be greeted: bonjour, bonne fin de journee, bonsoir . . . and anyone importunate enough to launch into their lunch order or inquire after the daily newspaper without greetings first is totally discourteous and uncivilized!!! Not deserving of any sort of friendly or helpful response!!



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