In 2010, Lynne and Tim Martin decided to sell their home, disburse most of their belongings and travel the world for the rest of their lives. Lynne's popular blog, homefreeadventures.com, chronicles their nomadic life, which was the cover article of The Wall Street Journal's "Next" section in October 2012, and was featured on the front page of Yahoo.com, as well as in the Huffington Post, Fodor's Travel Intelligence, among others. Her work has also appeared in Mark Chimsky's book, 65 Things to Do When You Retire, International Living, the Huffington Post, and other publications.
Lynne and her husband Tim, a novelist, have lived in Mexico, Argentina, Turkey, France, Italy, Great Britain, Ireland, and Morocco since they became home free. She now has no permanent address and intends to keep it that way until the wheels fall off sometime in the next thirty years.
The concept is fascinating. Far too focused on self and all the people she/they were visiting with whom they had some connection before beginning their adventure. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
I lived this book for the possibilities it showed me. Nicely written.Published 7 days ago by Peg C.
I was allowed to travel with Lynne and Tim - share in their frustrations and in their marvelous experiences - people, culture, food, wine - everything that makes our world so... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Diana L Davis
Who wouldn't want to spend their days traveling the world without dreading the time to go back to work?! This is a great account of doing just that! Read morePublished 24 days ago by Julie W.
Really entertaining and helpful, especially the summary of tips from each chapter at the end of the book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kelly G Knape
I am addicted to reading travel books especially memoirs of traveling. This travel remembrance was a little different then most I've read because the age of the travelers, Lynne... Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Things We Read
I enjoyed reading this book but I can only give it 3 starts because became so repetative. It did a good job of capturing the anxiety of a move and the many details one has to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J Sutherland
An interesting subject made boring and one bit of advice really unfortunate.Published 2 months ago by Ann R Berry