About Team Lost

Here you will find Advice, suggestions, rants, raves and reviews all cleverly hidden (or not so much) amongst stories of our escapades. Over the past 6 years we have been to more than 12 countries and dozens of locations within the U.S. We are not models, photographers, or journalists; we are just average people who have a passion for travel and the drive to make our dreams come true. We believe that a life of travel and adventure is possible for almost anyone; whether you are a seasoned or aspiring traveler, here we are all on the same team.  Team Lost.

Me.

Team Lost
Linda

I live in Chicago, Illinois and I fund my adventures by doing social work during the day and bartending at night.  I wish I could write full-time but that doesn’t pay the bills.  No, I have not sold all of my belongings and said to hell with my cubicle (yes, I have a cubicle), and I probably never will; I just don’t think it’s in the cards for me.  What I do think is in the cards for me is working hard, traveling often, and telling you all about it.

If you like what you’re reading please subscribe to our blog.  We love talking to people so please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments or advice that you might have at teamlostblog@gmail.com.   You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, Google+ and Instagram where you will find more tips, advice and many more photos from our travels.

Travel is food for the soul, so if you crave it like we do let’s inspire each other to stop thinking about it and go do it.  Let’s get lost.

– Team Lost

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“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” ― Ernest Hemingway

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