When Jodi quit her job as a lawyer, she knew she was following her dreams. But she had no idea where they would lead her.

Seven years is a long time to do anything, never mind to travel perpetually, without an end in sight. Jodi’s genuine exploration into her own motivations (as well as satisfactions and shortfalls) makes for a very inspiring read, no matter where you are — in location, or in spirit.
[st_icon_box background=’#eeeeee’ opacity=’0.1′ border_color=’#eeeeee’ icon=’comment-o’ icon_color=’#ffffff’ icon_bg=’#43b5f7′ icon_position=’icon-left’ icon_spin=’no’]When I meet new people and they ask “where are you based?” I have trouble answering the question without sounding ridiculous. “Ummmm… nowhere, for the last several years,” I say slowly, “I used to be a lawyer but now I eat soup for a living.”[/st_icon_box]

We’ve all got directions we’d like to move in, and the most important ones have nothing to do with geography. If you ever reflect upon your own sense of purpose — and crave satisfaction towards it — this “state of the union” reflection brings some thought-provoking insights!

[st_icon_box background=’#eeeeee’ opacity=’0.1′ border_color=’#eeeeee’ icon=’lightbulb-o’ icon_color=’#ffffff’ icon_bg=’#43b5f7′ icon_position=’icon-left’ icon_spin=’no’]Experiment: Consider Jodi’s reflections from seven years of travel. Think about assumptions you may make about what your life is supposed to be, and compare them with the true pleasures you hold most dear. Take a life step towards the latter.Click Here For Points When You Complete This Experiment[/st_icon_box]