Making Travel Sites about Hobbies and Passions

You can turn your hobbies into web sites, and earning money for perpetual travel, and if nothing else, never work a day in your life.

Making Travel Sites about Hobbies and Passions

There is a new dream job and it about the fountain of never-ending money earned on Internet sites. I never want to work a day in my life, that is my goal, my dream, and guess what, this is my life.

Travel Hobbies

I think people focus on this topic in the wrong way; they are going about it from the wrong perspective.

I enjoy what I do so much; I need to tell myself,
“Andy, stop work and go out and about, do a walkabout of the village.”

Find your muse, your passion, your hobbies, then adapt, the first rule of survival of the fittest.

Think about how to adapt the Hobby, into a full time job.

What is my passion?

I have 100’s of them, I like to talk, more or less I like to talk to myself, or write, I journalize, collect information, in many ways I am collector, a hoarder of ideas.

What are my hobbies? Or, what are my passions?

I am not sure; can I call chasing girls, trying to find a wife a hobby? I am on a never-ending quest to find friends, more importantly, I want to find friends who are organized, rich enough, and free enough to talk, drink coffee and contemplate the universe.

I am here in Kara, Togo West Africa, a small paradise for a guy like me, I have rather good Internet, not the best, but passable. And, my passions du jour are:

1. Studying French, so I can talk to the pretty girls around me.
So, I put up this site, to post my thoughts:
MyLanguageResearch.com 

2. Studying Malaria, so I can help figure out a way to stop 1 in 10 babies who contract the Malaria parasite from dying.
So, I put up this site, to post my thoughts:
MalariaNIMBY.org "Malaria Not In My Back Yard."

3. Trying to define poverty with videos, words, and the “Tells.” I want to create a checklist, a tick list of identifiers of poverty. I find this idea of earning less than 1.25 dollars per day as impossible to use, it just is illogical, and unreasonable way of identifying poverty.
It is less than one day old, so really an infant:
PovertyDefinition.org a well defined problem is half the the way to a solution.

My passions are my hobbies, my hobbies are what I think about all day, and my mind is full of thoughts, never a dull moment inside this brain of mine.

I do believe the best reason to travel is to pursue hobbies; I never forget my friend, and an attorney in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He went to South American to find Orchids, what a smart man.

Have fun today, and make money, but think of how to adapt, not just survive.

I notice yesterday, a couple of my friends are angry with me, they seem to think I am having fun, and I do not work, as if we need to have a life of misery, this is some sort of weird way of thinking. That work needs to be torture, that bragging about working at a tough job is to be admired.

Your friend,
Andy Graham

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