Its nice when the questions pour in.
It gives me a clue as to what my readers are like, and I have to say, I’m pretty proud of most of them.
Guys who want to get the best out of life, travel, fuck women, and create adventure.
The questions revolve around how to create a sustainable lifestyle that allows for women and travel. Where to start? What to do? How to get there?
I’ve been getting so many lately that I had to sit down with my pen, think, and address these issues.
Hopefully some answers will be found below.
And please keep the questions coming, they are much appreciated.
The most common inquiries:
How are you able to travel so often and sustain a lifestyle/set up a foundation?
What would you say is the most important part of traveling and exploring new women?
Should I travel through America or Europe?
How do you maintain a physique while partying so much and being on the go all the time?
I found a career that allows for a lot of free time. Time is the most valuable thing in the world. My work is very hard and intense while I am at it, but the free time it allows is worth the effort. Plus, I enjoy hard work.
On that note–whatever you do, you should strive to be the best at it. I don’t care if you are slinging pizza pies, delivering mail, or working in an office. Whatever you do, be mindful and become an expert.
Its what I did at my job and within a couple years, my superiors viewed me as an equal, recognized my talents and promoted me to the highest position in my field.
And guess what? It pays to be the boss. Making decisions, garnering respect, and being in control does wonders for your self confidence and overall well being.
Although most jobs will suck up your free time as you become better and move up, mine is the opposite, I suggest you research the fields you are interested in, ask questions to those involved, and really think about what the future would hold if you are ambitious and have energy.
Is your choice going to allow you to spend time doing what you love, or is it going to turn you into a slave?
The Importance of Exploration
If you are young and have the time to travel, do it. Do it before you make a career decision, before you have major responsibility, before a relationship, before you get trapped.
Traveling and being on the road forces you to think, reflect on life, and figure out who you are. There is no better place to do it.
It took me two years of living out of my car, passing through 45 states (and Canada) before I had an idea of what I wanted to do. I was working while traveling–writing, selling photos, sculptures and pottery–but most of the time was spent reading, writing and reflecting. It was the most important time period of my life…the coming of age.
And as for the exploring of new women–well its safe to say that I am going to be a bachelor for a long while–I love sampling new types of women. New personalities, body types, and connections are fascinating to me and I want to absorb as many as I can.
There is nothing quite more exciting than the first time undressing a woman from a country and culture you have never experienced and getting to know her body, the texture of her skin, taste, sounds she makes, her smells, and her ferocity in bed.
That’ll never get old.
America or Europe?
Having traveled extensively through both, I can safely say that America is hands down the easiest place for a man with a little game to get laid fast (if you have any kind of accent (sans Indian/Chinese), multiply that by 100), its inexpensive to get around, and hassle free.
If you do America, I would recommend renting a car and roadtripping. Gas is cheap, you can sleep in the car if need be, bring a tent and set up camp in one of our many incredible National Parks (or camp right on the side of the road, no one gives a shit), and turn that car in to your own personal Universe.
A young man needs to experience what its like to hit the road for a while. There is no greater sense of freedom than having a destination and using the great American system of highways and interstates to get there.
I’m in the process of writing a guide on roadtrips and living out of a car. The two years spent doing so, and the frequent excursions I take now turned the road trip in to an art form.
Europe is fantastic to visit and explore, but it takes more maturity to properly experience. The women are more beautiful and refined but take very tight game and they don’t tolerate a lot of bullshit. Plus, you shouldn’t go just with the plan to have sex with girls–you should really experience the culture, explore the cities, and see the beauty–that becomes more enjoyable with age. A young cat would get frustrated there if he doesn’t have a proper handle on life yet.
I’ll be back in Europe later this year, I haven’t been since refining my game, and am looking forward to delving in to the rich culture and better behaved girls. *Better-behaved doesn’t mean they still don’t want to fuck silly.
I grew up poor and have never had much money. My family taught me how to save extra cash and live on the cheap.
If you are young, get a job where you earn cash tips. I delivered pizza for many years as a teenager and on busy nights, I made from $200–$300 in cash tips alone. Throw that money in savings–you’ll be surprised at how quickly it adds up.
All of my travel was done through savings, do not go into debt, it will keep you a slave.
Right now I have a ‘travel fund’ set up in my bank account and whatever money is made through this blog gets stashed in there. *Donate and get some condoms!
As for making money while traveling–I was able to do so because my business at the time allowed for me to conduct everything I needed from out of my car, in hotels…and even the tent. I barely scraped by and had to dip in to my saving at times, but it was worth the effort and money to gain that invaluable experience, see how beautiful and grand North America is, meet real characters, and create the mysterious aura of a vagabond (women love that).
The absolute master key to staying healthy is diet.
Eat as clean as possible, nothing processed. Especially bread and sugar…shit that will make you fat and tired.
Keep the adage in mind: only eat it if it came from a plant or used to be alive.
You could stay out of the gym for months and still have a nicely shaped body if your diet is kept in check and you do some simple body weight exercise every so often.
And I drink like a fish, smoke, and am willing to try anything. But my extremely careful and calculated diet keeps me svelte.
When I’m home, I’m in the gym and going hard for 45 minute sessions, 3-4 days per week.
Every male should be lifting free-weights, regardless of his body type. My father taught me the importance of exercise when I was a child and I don’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t have some sort of exercise routine.
The fight against gravity and the strengthening of your body not only builds your frame strong but the work hardens the spirit–people can sense that and automatically show more respect.
Make it a habit to do push-ups a few times throughout the day. I do them before and after each shower and every 30 or so minutes when I am writing. *Boom, just busted out 35
Eating clean also allows you to cut your costs. Most food served in restaurants is garbage anyway so its best to prepare you own meals so you know exactly what goes into your body. I love organ meats like heart, liver, and tongue…and they are the fraction of the cost of muscle cuts and are packed with more nutrients. Win, win.
Bring a flask when going out at bars, fill it with good whiskey and catch a nicer buzz than the cheap stuff.
Whenever I travel to a new city I always get a bike. This helps keep me fit and it allows me to see much more of the city than just getting around by foot or car.
I also love to swim in wild rivers (especially freezing cold ones) and natural hotsprings. There are numerous benefits to doing this and it really gets the energy levels soaring.
If you really look at your finances and spending habits, I’m sure there are things that can be cut out and allow for savings. Get rid of the bullshit and focus on what you really want out of life.
With a little money saved up, you could be exploring the world like a true adventurer, learning more about cultures and sampling women from all over. Keep that in mind as you make your decisions and plan for the future.
There has never been a better time to be alive than now. All the negative things— obnoxious/backwards behavior (male & female), overly eager feminism, shitty culture, poor government, a fucked environment, and a struggle to find meaning in life–can be screamed about and analyzed for the rest of your life.
Its a fools errand to bitch and moan about the problems with women and culture and I pity those who do. Acknowledge that there are problems in society that will not change and instead of dwelling on them, focus on the beauty and good in the world. Embrace it, challenge yourself with studies that will build you up instead of make you bitter inside. *I’ll have more on this later, its a post that deserves its own
So get out there and do, do it smart, and do it well.
The rewards are fantastic.