Greg Rodgers

Travel Writer | Adventurer | Entrepreneur

from Lexington, Kentucky, USA

Living a Life of Travel and Adventure

I have been a full-time digital nomad since 2006. Now, I help others escape to travel and work remotely.

Greg's Vagabonding Blog

Click below for travel and adventure stories from 15 years of life on the road.

Asia Travel and Adventure Expert

See a summary of my travel and adventure experience.

Learn to Live and Work Anywhere

I’ve been doing remote work since since 2006. I teach others how to begin with my site: www.scienceofescape.com.

What Is Vagabonding?

Vagabonding is about structuring your life to make long-term travel possible.

Personal Blog

Just random personal musings that don’t belong on my vagabonding travel blog.

Exit From Corporate America

I know firsthand how tough quitting a corporate job and preparing for a life of travel can be. That’s why my mission is to help others.

Leaving Corporate America to go live and work in exciting (often tropical) locations is the best decision I ever made. If you’re wanting an unconventional life of adventure, I urge you to try it!

I’m here to help others escape and experience the same transformation I did through extensive world travel. Click below to be taken to my Science of Escape site.

 

Escape the Rat Race

Why Vagabonding Travel?

I believe that long-term, independent travel (solo) is a powerful tool for self-growth and happiness. Anyone can benefit from extensive world travel — and it can be cheaper than staying at home!

Living and working remotely as a digital nomad isn’t for everyone. But if you feel as if you were forced into a conventional life to chase the “American Dream,” escaping to travel the world for a year (or longer) is one possible path to renewed health and happiness.

 

Vagabonding

About Me

Hi, I’m Greg Rodgers from Lexington, Kentucky!

After some time in the US Army and eight years working as a network engineer for IBM, I knew that I preferred to live an adventurous life rather than focus on collecting material things. I exited Corporate America in 2005 and began a new life of vagabonding travel.

Today, I write, edit, freelance, and coach others to escape and chase their adventure dreams. I love my life of travel! Click below to visit www.vagabondinglife.com.

A Few Sample Adventures

I have been trekking and climbing in the Himalayas alone. In 2016, I narrowly survived a blizzard.

I ran with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain! I learned a life lesson and cracked a rib (that wasn’t part of the lesson).

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” – Helen Keller

I trained as a Forward Observer in the U.S. Army. I enjoy survival challenges and have been tested in tough conditions all over the world.

Let’s Get in Touch!

I love meeting current and future travelers. Email is best:

greg@contactgreg.com