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The word "Gypset" was coined by Julia Chaplin, a journalist from NYC. According to Julia's book blurb they are "Fusing the ease and carefree lifestyle of a gypsy with the sophistication of the jet set. The Gypsetters are artists, surfers, designers, and bon vivants who live and work around the globe, from Jose Ignacio, Uruguay and Ibiza, Spain, to Montauk, New York."
I have a slightly different take on it. I look at it this way. There are tourists and there are travelers. There are "nesters" and there are adventurers. There are those who trod traditional roads and there are those who explore the road less traveled.
Most people think of travelling as something to do while on vacation, during a break from their normal lifestyle of home and work. Home is a specific geographic location. Work is economic necessity. They are tourists.
Some people think of travelling as their normal lifestyle. Home is anywhere and everywhere on Planet Earth. Work is play. They are travelers. Seekers of adventure. Explorers. Nomads. These new world nomads are the Gypsetters.
Take some time to explore what these folks have to offer. I guarantee that you be be entertained, inspired and perhaps even goaded into living a bigger and freer lifestyle. My slogan = Revere; Relish; Contribute.
Timothy Ferriss' book, The Four Hour Workweek, could be called The Gypset Guidebook. He suggests to delegate everything except creativity and adventure.
My own book, Your Prosperity Paradigm, explains how to create the freedom to be a Gypsetter and Professional Beach Bum or live any other lifestyle you choose.
Chris Guillebeau of the Art of Non-conformity advises people how to "Work for yourself; Travel anywhere; Change the world." A great example of a true Gypsetter.
Ashley Ambirge ofThe Middle Finger Project has an attitude that could rub off on you and inspire you to break free from anything holding you back from travelling new roads.
Jonathan Mead of The Illuminated Mind encourages people to opt out of the drone mindset and live authentic, empowered and contributory lives while wandering the planet we live on.
Jeannie Mark of Nomadic Chick
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