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.
I heard the author interviewed on NPR so I bought this book. I didn't learn anything new by reading the book. It is an ok travel essay.Published 14 hours ago by terri ellison
I just finished this lovely book about a couple who "chucked it all" in favor of living without physical encumbrances, abroad for their retirement. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Karen Stevens
Very intriguing! There is hope for future traveling, even when you get older!Published 7 days ago by Heidi C Wahlstrom
My husband and I read Lynne's original article in WSJ after talking for years about doing same. We took a test trip Spring of 2013 with a repositioning cruise to begin, a global... Read morePublished 8 days ago by F. Davis
A useless book. Full of fillers that mean virtually nothing, the way so many magazine articles and non-fiction books are these days. The opposite of what it advertises. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Nom de Plume
This is a fun read written in a very easy style. Lynne and her husband Tim have real courage in making such a huge change in their lives and they have shown the way for many others... Read morePublished 8 days ago by George F. Reinhart
This is what we would love to do. A wonderful guide for a would be world traveler and she is able to take us with her. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Penny Shattuck
Loved the concept- it just wasn't well- written. It was neither a how-to guide nor a compelling story. I did manage to finish it but it was pretty repetitious.Published 10 days ago by Faye Freeze
This is the blandest, most beige book about adventure and travel I've ever read. The author starts out by saying she and her husband want to travel and experience places they've... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Itsthetruth