A Calwest Nomad
Everyone dreams of a whirlwind adventure that changes their life—whether it’s through travel, making once-in-a-lifetime friends, or dropping everything to pursue a wild passion. I’m one of the lucky ones. I found all of that when I became a Nomad.
This is my second time on the road working on this issue, and after meeting thousands of people from Los Angeles to Vancouver, BC, it’s impossible to ignore the huge impact a global movement can make when individuals are ignited with the desire to make a difference. Taking the first step to get involved can sometimes be the hardest part, but once you do, there is nothing getting in the way of what you can accomplish. Something I’ve learned during my time as a Nomad is that you have to be confident in your abilities to inspire and be inspired.
At the end of the day, being a Nomad isn’t about you. It’s about the amazingly resilient North Korean people who have the potential to live in freedom just like you and me. It’s about empowering your peers all over the continent to join you hand-in-hand to get involved on an issue that few are working on. It’s about giving it your all and making the most out of this incredible opportunity.
Much love from the road,