In today’s short episode, I speak with Matt Kepnes about his writing career, the various difficulties of life on the road, and about his experiences traveling around the world for the last ten years. We also talk about blogging and his new book, Ten Years a Nomad: A Traveler’s Journey Home (St. Martin’s Press 2019).
Matt is the influential blogger behind NomadicMatt.com, and the New York Times Bestselling author of How to Travel the World on $50 a Day. His new book, Ten Years a Nomad, was published on July 16, 2019.
I spoke with Matt while he was in Los Angeles, California during a speaking tour to promote his new book. If you’re interested in travel memoirs and topics related to world exploration and digital nomadism, check out the book. His book outlines his path from unsatisfied 9-to-5 administrator to world traveler, blogger, and writer. It also covers topics like on-the-road romances and travel burnout.
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Last Updated on 30 March 2021 by Travel Writing World