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Hello, fellow adventurer!

For over 5 years, Kayla has been travelling the world, visiting, working, and living in over 40 different countries.  Along the way, she gets asked A LOT of questions about her life. So she decided to write a book about it. If you’re interested in learning how to live the life of a nomad, she’ll teach you how to do that. If you want to hear about what it’s like to travel solo to over 40 countries she’ll do that too! Do you want to know her thoughts on ethical travel and people that annoy me? No? Well, too bad cause that’s going to be in the book also.

This book ain’t some mumbo-jumbo crap about how easy it’s gonna be to work 5 hours a week and become a millionaire while you yacht around the world.  It’s a realistic account of a girl who works like  30ish hours a week more or less depending on what adventures lie ahead.

If you’re ready to buy the book, it’s available on Amazon pre-order right now! 

If you’re like, who is this girl and why would I want to read her book? You can learn more about her and her travels here and here.  You can also come say hello on Twitter and Instagram.

Now, for some cool travel and cute animal photos to win over your love and affection:

Screaming Seal in New Zealand
Deer in Nara, Japan
Baby blue Penguins in Australia
Sumo wrestlers in Tokyo, Japan
Meeeaaaaat
Goat crossing in Jasper, Canada
Dem mountains in Jasper, Canada

About

Kayla Kurin is a writer, yogi, and constant traveller. Originally from Canada but currently bunked up in Europe, she’s travelled, lived, and worked in over 40 countries. Kayla will attempt to swim in any body of water she sees and has never met a 1 euro bottle of wine she didn’t like. 

Kayla has been featured on Remote Mission for her socially minded work, on Women Digital Nomads, Intentional expat, and Wanderdolls. 

When not boarding a train or writing about her travels, Kayla spends her time texting her latest puns to her friends in Canada, re-watching episodes of 30 rock so she can quote them to strangers on the road, and searching for the best sushi restaurants in every city she lands in.

Follow Kayla on Twitter or Instagram to get her latest travel updates, funky photos, and random thoughts that stray into the abyss.