We’re Matt & Meg

Travel Date: April 25, 2023

Follow our journey of saving up money, strategizing, renovating a house for profit and more… all in pursuit of full time travel.

Our Path

What We’re Doing Now

Renovating our house in Central Massachusetts
Eventing George, Meg’s horse

While we aren’t full time travelling, we still lead pretty exciting lives.

Matt’s been mountain bike racing
Raising $15,000 for The Light Foundation by running The Boston Marathon.

We have a few different hobbies that we both do to keep busy and in shape.

Running… a lot! (Picture from The 2020 Virtual Boston Marathon)

While traveling, we plan on doing some wicked cool fitness challenges, too.

Our Stats:

Countries Visited


Countries For Meg


Countries For Matt


Countries Together


A Good Time

Our Two Year Plan

Because we plan on traveling full time for at least a year, we wanted to come up with a solid plan before our departure from our home country, The United States.

  • Renovate and sell our house
  • Save up $35,000
  • Sell the majority of our belongings
  • Network with people in other countries via social media
  • Get our blog up and running

By following through with all these plans, we hope to set ourselves up for success when traveling abroad.


Find our some of our FAVORITE travel spots – most of which only locals know of.


Learn about our passion for running and how you can start your journey too.


Watch us as we renovate and remodel our entire house, rent out the bottom half, then sell for profit.

Our Favorite Blogs

America’s Toughest Road Race – The Blue Ridge Marathon (Virginia)

Running The Blue Ridge Marathon in Virginia is no easy feat. Here’s what you need to know, from a runner’s perspective.

Hammonasset Beach: Connecticut’s Hidden Horse Paradise

For the horse lover, finding a beach that allows you to ride for free can be tough. Hammonasset Beach in Madison, Connecticut is a place where you can bring your horse and ride for free, with stunning views of mansions while having the most amazing footing. If you haven’t ridden here yet, you’re missing out.

Bridging East to West: Abridge Academy (Interview)

Teaching English in a foreign country is a great way to help others and learn about their culture. Katie Prescott fell in love with teaching English in Asia, and has wound up owning her own business because of it. Here she shares her accomplishments and varying programs that are suitable for a wide array of individuals looking to get involved in teaching English – from home or abroad.

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