Hey you! I’m Phoebe and I’m from the pearl of the orient sea, The Philippines! I live in the middle of the hustle and bustle in Manila and have travelled in different places within my beloved country. I’ve worked in customer service for 4 years and account management for 6 years. Was it good? Hmmm, yeah I think so, I loved it. But I was always craving for something new and exciting.

So, I left my office based job after 10 years of working (yes I know, I was pretty loyal to all of them) as I wanted to travel and experience different cultures and lifestyle, discover new things or just simply wander where my feet take me, while I had the opportunity. But of course still earn money at the same time. Is that even possible? Oh yeah! In fact, I am now lucky to have the flexibility of working anytime I want and anywhere I want! And it’s super fun!

Most of us have the desire to travel and explore new places. However you may…

  • Feel stuck at your desk only dreaming of a relaxing vacation somewhere.
  • Not have enough annual leave entitlement.
  • Have a ton of work to do and your boss won’t allow you to take any lengthy breaks to travel to where you want to go!
  • See your bank account is shouting to your mind that you don’t have enough money to do these things.

What a bummer, right?

So what is this website all about?

  1. To encourage readers to follow their dreams of travelling while working – it’s never too late.
  2. To give tips on how to keep up with work and travel lifestyle – yes it is a lifestyle, and a decent one.
  3. To inspire you that life isn’t just about nonstop reporting and long boring meetings.
  4. To let you know that there are far more beautiful places other than the four walls of your office (unless you work for Google, their offices are so cool).
  5. And to brag about my beautiful country and why working, living and travelling in Asia is the best decision you can ever make.


I hope that you find the contents on this site valuable and inspiring.

Always remember “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step” – Lao Tzu.