We Gave Up Our Possessions and Our Jobs to Travel the World


We made over $20,000 selling our personal belongings — proving that even so-called minimalists have a lot of stuff!

After more than five years in Silicon Valley, California, our family has successfully sold every single thing we own (save for one keepsake tote each) and is leaving this month to travel the world.


Crazy? Probably.

Awesome? Definitely.

If you’d like to learn how to make world travel more affordable, more convenient, and more agile, follow our journey at 365daysoftravel.com and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. We’ve already shared about one of the ways we find completely free accommodation and how we plan to homeschool on the road.

First stop? Portland, Washington D.C., Philly, and New York City! Then we’re off to Europe for a summer of French baguettes, Spanish tapas, and Swiss chocolate. Ah shoot — that was all food, wasn’t it? Pray for me.

Domestically Yours,
Natasha Kay

2 thoughts on “We Gave Up Our Possessions and Our Jobs to Travel the World

  1. Mom says:

    Lol the foodie comments! This is such an amazing journey you are on and you are loved so dearly. xoxoxo

  2. Charis says:

    Wow!!!!! This is SO awesome-what an adventure you are about to start! Memories for a lifetime!

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