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10 Years a Nomad by Matt Kepnes

10 Years a Nomad by Matt Kepnes

Posted: 8/12/2019 | August 12th, 2019

As you know, after eighteen months of writing and editing, my new book, Ten Years a Nomad: A Traveler’s Journey Home, came out last month.

Unlike my previous books, this is not a “how to guide” but a collection of tips, advice, and stories from the road. It a memoir of my ten years backpacking the world and the lessons I learned along the way.

This book gets to the heart of wanderlust and what extended travel around the world can teach us about life, ourselves, and our place in the world. (Or at least tries to.)

It’s meant to show people that if I, a sheltered nerdy kid from a small town, could muster the courage to do this and survive, you can too!

Cheryl Strayed called it inspiring. The Los Angeles Times said, “This book isn’t just for travelers; it’s for anyone who has wanted more and has taken off to find it.” Tony Wheeler, the founder of Lonely Planet, loved it. So did Rolf Potts.

And, more importantly, thousands of readers who keep sending me messages that they couldn’t put it down and it renewed their wanderlust. (For a writer, that’s the best thing we can hear.)

Over the last month, I’ve done a lot of interviews, videos, podcasts, and guest posts talking not only about my book but how you can travel more often – and be a better traveler when you do.

So I wanted to share some of what I’ve been up to so you can learn more about the book and get some travel tips at the same time:
 

Recent Interviews

Here are some interviews that I’ve done on the book, my travels, and my thoughts on being a better traveler:

Go BackpackingTravel Q&A with Matthew Kepnes, Author of Ten Years a Nomad

Expert Vagabond10 Years A Nomad: An Interview With Nomadic Matt

The Broke BackpackerAn Interview With Nomadic Matt

The Daily StoicTen Years A Nomad: An Interview With Matt Kepnes on travel and philosophy

Indie Traveller10 Years A Nomad: A Q&A With Nomadic Matt

NBC NewsHow “Deep Travel” Can Help You Get More Out of Your Next Trip

Podcasts

Love podcasts? I did a lot! Here are some you can download and enjoy on your next plane, commute, or walk:

LandlopersETW #24 Interview with Legendary Traveler Nomadic Matt

The Offbeat LifeHow to travel smarter and create a blogging empire with Matthew Kepnes

Afford AnythingSlow Travel is Cheap Travel With Nomadic Matt

Not a BallerinaTen Years a Nomad with Nomadic Matt Kepnes – Episode 147 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

Zero to TravelTen Years A Nomad With “Nomadic” Matt Kepnes

YouTube Videos

I did two videos with two of my favorite Youtubers:

Hey Nadine10 Lessons learned from 10 Years a Nomad

Kristen and SiyaLife Changing Travel Experiences ft. Nomadic Matt

Book Reviews

On the fence about if you should buy the book? Well, why? It’s great! I poured my heart into it. Come support me! But, more seriously, here’s a bunch of reviews on what people thought:

View from the WingOut Today: Nomadic Matt’s Ten Years on the Road

Women on the RoadWhat Can I Learn From A Travel Blogger Young Enough To Be My Son?

Travel CodexBook Review: “Ten Years a Nomad” by Nomadic Matt

Caroline in the CityTen Years a Nomad: A Traveler’s Journey Home

Travel Writing 2.0Matt Kepnes: Ten Years a Nomad and Making Money on His Own Terms

Travel Writers ExchangeBook Review: Ten Years a Nomad

Life BorderlessTen Years a Nomad: Travel Tips From Matt Kepnes

Go Girl GuidesBook Review: 10 Years a Nomad by Matthew Kepnes

Travel LemmingWant a Long Term Relationship With Travel? Read This First

National Geographic12 Travel Books You Won’t Be Able to Put Down This Summer

BooktribOffice Worker Turned Travel Junkie in “Ten Years a Nomad”

Publishers WeeklyTen Years a Nomad: A Traveler’s Journey Home

New Guest Posts

And, finally, I wrote a bunch of articles about how to be a better traveler – and do it for less money! Check them out here:

One Mile at a Time5 Ways to Get the Most Out of a Destination

Free CandieYou can only “run away” for so long

Helen in Wonderlust12 Travel Tips from Ten Years of Traveling the World

Medium9 Reasons Why Travel Is the Quickest Way to Become a Better Person

Thought CatalogWhy ‘Influencers’ Are Bullshit

Newsweek9 Life Lessons I Learned From Being a Nomad For Ten Years

Traveling CanucksMy 10 Favorite Countries from 10 Years as a Nomad

The Travel Women10 Honest Lessons from 10 Years of Solo Travel

TravelFreakWhat I Learned From 10 Years of Travel

Entrepreneur.comHow to Start (and Run) a 7-Figure Business While Traveling the World

The Daily BeastWhy Backpackers are Good at Saying Goodbye

Medium.comThe Challenges of Writing A Memoir

The “Ten Years a Nomad” Book Tour

I’m finishing up my book tour and there are still a few more destinations left. Come join me, talk travel, get a signed book, and hang out!

August 14 Portland, OR: Powell’s Books at Cedar Hills Crossing @ 7:00pm EVENT DETAILS
August 15 San Francisco, CA: Book Passage at Corte Madera @ 7pm EVENT DETAILS
August 16 Seattle, WA: Third Place Books @ 6pm EVENT DETAILS
August 19 Vancouver, BC: Indigo (Robson) @ 7:00pm EVENT DETAILS
August 26 Toronto, ON: Indigo (Bay-Bloor)@ 7:00pm EVENT DETAILS
August 31 Montreal, QC: Indigo (Place Montreal) @ 1:00pm EVENT DETAILS

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Thank you so much for your support and love over the years. I really hope you love this book. I wanted to write something that would appeal to a wider range of readers. Please help spread the word, get a copy, and I hope to see you on the book tour.

– Nomadic Matt

Here are links to buy the new book:

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Book Your Trip: Logistical Tips and Tricks

Book Your Flight
Find a cheap flight by using Skyscanner or Momondo. They are my two favorite search engines because they search websites and airlines around the globe so you always know no stone is left unturned.

Book Your Accommodation
You can book your hostel with Hostelworld as they have the largest inventory. If you want to stay somewhere other than a hostel, use Booking.com as they consistently return the cheapest rates for guesthouses and cheap hotels. I use them all the time.

Don’t Forget Travel Insurance
Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong. I never go on a trip without it as I’ve had to use it many times in the past. I’ve been using World Nomads for ten years. My favorite companies that offer the best service and value are:

Looking for the best companies to save money with?
Check out my resource page for the best companies to use when you travel! I list all the ones I use to save money when I travel – and that will save you time and money too!

Article source: Nomadicmatt

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