In 2 Days, I’m Moving To….

  1. Robin says:

    Morgan, I’m so excited for you! And so excited that you’re letting me share a little bit of time in Italy with you! Save travels and see you soon!

  2. Thom Dammrich says:

    Good for you Morgan! It will be a great experience. Good luck. I hope you will write more about your time there. You are much, much more courageous than I ever was. I love Italy! Best food in the world!! Enjoy!

  3. […] Hi guys, Morgan here today! If you read Kylie’s post a few days ago, you saw that I was heading to Italy soon. Well, I finally arrived on March 1st and despite being incredibly overwhelmed the first few days, I’ve finally settled into a semi-routine. Some days that means wandering around my new city for 3 hours. Some days that means sitting at a coffee shop for a few hours and getting some work done. Other days it means watching movies like The Holiday, Under the Tuscan Sun, and Eat, Pray, Love (read: movies about females who travel abroad by themselves!) while translating one of the hundreds of Italian books that are in my apartment. If you want to know a little more about why I jetted off to Italy, you can read about that here. […]

  4. Tiffany says:

    Hi Morgan, I am hoping to do something like this after I graduate, please if you are able email me with details on how you did it, how much money you saved, and other helpful details that would be so helpful. It’s my dream to do something like this, maybe we can even be friends! I would love your feed back- thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

  5. Connie says:

    This is AMAZING and so inspiring. I would love to solo travel to Italy for 90 days and hope you have the best time! Please keep us updated!

  6. Ellen says:

    I’m so excited for you! I lived in Paris for school in the fall (I know, not the same), but I went into it not knowing anyone (or any French), and I decided to do all of my non-school exploring and international traveling solo. SUCH a great decision. I grew so much and got to see so many fantastic places. Have the best time, lovely!

    • Morgan Sinclair says:

      Ah that is so encouraging! I’m taking the train for the first time today and am weirdly anxious about it. It’s so strange though because I took the train so many times by myself a few years ago with no problem. I think getting older is making me more cautious 😛

  7. Sarah says:

    Hello! I came here by way of Kylie’s blog. I think this is amazing but am curious how you are able to pay for it? Especially since you won’t be working there. I apologize if this is an intrusive question and feel free to not answer if so, but I’ve always wanted to do something like this and can’t afford to.

    • Morgan Sinclair says:

      Hey Sarah, I’d be happy to talk about this! I try to never shy away from finances because maybe I can shed some light on how to help others travel 🙂

      First and foremost, I have an incredibly supportive family that has allowed me to put a lot of my income from various jobs over the years into savings and I owe so much of my ability to travel to that. However, it doesn’t stop there. This is something I planned on for well over a year and during that time, I worked 20 hours a week for my university and I have my own design company so I was able to budget appropriately. In addition, I am still doing design and freelance work while I’m here so I do have the option to bring in additional income!

      Second, travel is a priority at this stage in my life and so I adjust other aspects of my life to be able to put an appropriate amount of my savings towards trips!

      If you have more specific questions, please feel free to shoot me an email because I’d love to provide more insight so this IS something you can work towards!

  8. […] If you have no clue who I am, check out my intro post and figure out what I’m doing in Italy! […]

  9. […] and moving into my professional life. Talk about a slew of emotions (ones that actually led me to move to Italy for a few months to help figure it out) and embracing the “fake it ‘til you make it” […]

  10. […] If you have no clue who I am, check out my intro post and figure out what I’m doing in Italy! […]

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