The End of the Hotel Lifestyle

This week I moved into an unfurnished apartment Los Angeles, California. Up until recently, everything I owned fit in 2 carry-on pieces of luggage.  I’ve been living in hotels for years, as I’ve travelled around the world (See Libby’s Lifestyle FAQ for answers to the most common questions people have at this point.) So this move was a big…

Libby’s Lifestyle FAQ

As someone who travels and lives in hotels full-time,  I receive a lot of questions regarding my non-traditional lifestyle. Following are answers to the most common questions: Question 1: What do you do for a living, and how are you able to work remotely from hotels? I am an IT Consultant. Fortunately, there’s been a trend in large IT…

All My Belongings in a Carry-On

I greatly enjoy the freedom and precious time that being a minimalist provides. As I previously blogged in Waking Up from the American Dream, I used to own a house, a car, furniture, appliances, etc. I learned that the more stuff you own, the more your stuff owns you. I used to spend my free…

Save Money by Living in Hotels?

I enjoy the benefits of living in hotels full-time, while also saving money!  I especially love the stress-free lifestyle and the abundance of free time in my life. The hotel lifestyle may not be appropriate for those who have a big family, certain pets, or certain hobbies. It may not make sense for those who already invested in a…

Top 10 Best Things About Living the Hotel Lifestyle

My driver license has a Hilton hotel as my address. That’s about as tied down as I will ever be.  Everything I own fits in one suitcase. I don’t run errands, I don’t do chores, I don’t drive, and I don’t pay bills.  I never liked those things, so I got rid of them!  I am…