Wat Chedi Luang
For 2 months at the tail end of 2015, we called Chiang Mai, Thailand home.
We quickly settled into a way of life that revolved around yoga and Crossfit, afternoon swims, walking among the temples, and exploring the vast food scene.
Christmas and New Year’s Eve were special nights out on the town, as were the dual Thai festivals of Loi Krathong and Yi Ping.
As we explored the city we met a diverse and exciting group of new friends, and shared our favorite places with visiting friends and family.
We enjoyed a high quality of life with a surprisingly low cost.
El Encanto Resort, Home of the 2015 Chautauqua (photo by The Bobs)
This past October I flew half way around the world to Ecuador to attend and present at the 2015 Chautauqua.
I joined 3 other speakers and nearly 30 attendees for a week of culture, service, and financial musings.
When Jim Collins asked me to attend, I was elated. I couldn’t wait to participate, and my expectations were very high.
Was the experience valuable? Did it meet my expectations? Would I recommend it?
New Year’s Eve in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Wow, 2015 has come and gone. And what an incredible year it was, too!
As is customary, last January we resolved to make modest life changes. Then the biggest life change of all took precedence as we became parents in April.
Around the same time this modest blog underwent explosive growth as our story was shared in mainstream media around the globe. In a few surreal moments we’ve even been recognized by readers in the wild.
Without a doubt it has has all been a grand adventure. What do we we plan to do in 2016 to keep things exciting?