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The verdict is in! The "risk" we took many years ago, choosing a fulfillment-first way of living, has been successful. It's gone so well, in fact, that in 2018 we're celebrating 10 years of living our No Vacation Required (NVR) life. As we celebrate, we'll be fine-tuning a fresh, leveled-up chapter of NVR living. We're calling it: NVR 2.0 (so creative, I know).
In addition to celebrating like crazy, this is what's going on here:
- NVR Documented – We're finally outlining the when, what, why, where, how, and who of NVR. We'll be talking about how we made it happen, and we'll be providing a framework that you can use if you, too, want to switch up your life. We'll also be flashing back to favorite memories from this last decade and documenting our celebratory antics through 2018.
- Change Tips – We know the power of leaning into uncertainty and embracing big ideas and, since our professional specialty is guiding organizations through Change, we have to walk the talk. Check out our tips on all things Change on the blog.
- NVR Project – In harmony with this out-with-the-old-in-with-the-new spirit, our NVR content from the last 10 years is archived. Well, almost all of it is stored away. You can still find information about NVR Project, documenting how we're making a difference along the way.
Thanks for stopping by! We're Kent and Caanan, a married couple (yay, progress!) who got tired of saving dreams for later in life and started living with a now attitude – living exactly how we want to, traveling a lot, working from anywhere, and making the world a better place along the way.
No Vacation Required. Get it?
We've been at this for a decade so many things have changed, and we're doing some major celebrating (see above). We're on the road a lot – exploring the world, working globally as Strategists (specializing in change and growth initiatives for organizations and individuals), and doing some travel writing assignments – but we'd love to hear from you.