Dunn is a Professional Hobo and International Freelance
Writer, who enjoys life on the road with no fixed address.
Since selling everything in Toronto Canada in 2006, she
has climbed and caved the Rocky Mountains, fallen off the
grid (literally and figuratively) in Hawaii, started an
international NGO on the fly in Asia, survived Australia's
worst-ever natural disaster, sailed the Caribbean for months,
and experienced some of the longest and most epic train
rides in the world.
As a former Certified Financial Planner, Nora travels responsibly
despite her Hobo moniker. She has the key to traveling
full-time in a financially sustainable way, and helps
others achieve the same dreams.
Nora travels slowly and in a culturally immersive way through
free accommodation techniques such as house-sitting, volunteering,
living on boats, hospitality exchanges, and more; and she
has parlayed her expertise and experience into the ebook How
to Get Free Accommodation Around the World.
Nora has also created an ebook describing her immersion
experience traveling on trains worldwide she calls Tales
of Trains: Where the Journey is the Destination.
Her latest ebook and service provides loads of great advice
for those who wish to live and work from anywhere,
while covering so much more, and is called Working
on the Road: The Unconventional Guide to Full-Time Freedom.
She has authored books and articles globally, including
regular columns with Wise
Bread, Vagabondish, Credit
Walk, and more.
Find out Nora's latest whereabouts and tips at The
Professional Hobo, or join the conversation on Facebook or Twitter.