The underlying theme of most of my adventures is stepping out of my comfort zone to live life to the fullest. I enjoy challenging myself in new ways to continue growing as a person through my experiences. Since 2014 I’ve been traveling fulltime and have lived in a van and pickup truck. I backpacked and bicycle toured South America, motorcycle toured Vietnam, chased summer in Australia and New Zealand, completed two 100 mile running races, bicycle raced 3,000 miles across the United States, and backpacked the Camino de Santiago across Spain. Each new adventure is another opportunity to seek discomfort, embrace the chaos, challenge myself, and live an “AntiComfortable” life.

My blog posts categorized by adventure:

Appalachian Trail
VanLife
Live Free
Rotary
Running
North America
South America
Asia
South Pacific
Europe

Living AntiComfortable means challenging myself to continually grow as a person through seeking discomfort. Watch my 30 minute AntiComfortable presentation to the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara.

AntiComfortable – The Art of Really Living