How I Afford To Live As A Motorcycle Traveler

Safia Miletus

Safia is a thrill-seeking motorcycle nomad, travel blogger, aspiring photographer and artist. You can often find her shamelessly squealing over kitten pictures, probably camped at a truck stop in the middle of nowhere.

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11 Responses

  1. D says:

    Enjoy your story. Have you been able to start an internet account that people could donate to you if they like?

  2. Jimmy Cruze says:

    I really enjoy reading about your adventures and your lifestyle. If more people had your values and discipline the world would be a better place! Best of luck in your adventures!

  3. Tom Wacker says:

    You are my kind of girl. When I’m really on my game it takes me about $20 US (plus gas) per day. But I ride a little more than you 🙂 I’ve also been at it long enough that I can travel all over the western US and stay with friends and relatives at least every other day. A friend and I have talked (and never done) a ‘mooch across the US’ tour. I think we can do it 🙂

    Thanks for a terrific post.

    “Not all who wander are lost”

  4. Rod says:

    Awesome story! I couldn’t do it nor do I have the desire; I like to travel but I like the familiarity of home. Travel safe and soak it all up!

  5. Roger Morton says:

    Safia, your doing what 99% of people don’t have the backbone to even talk about little own trying it!! You are a Strond woman that I am proud to know! Hope to meet you in person or out riding someday!! Ride to live, live to ride:)

  6. JRod says:

    I have been following your posts for a short while now because you are living the life that I dream to live. Type 1 diabetes makes leaving a stable income very fearful. One day I will find the courage to leave the rat race for longer than my annual 30 day exploration jaunts. If there is ever anything I can help with, feel free to reach out. I admire your courage, resilience and tenacity.

    • Thank you so much for following my posts and your kind offer! I am glad you enjoy my blog. You are very strong to even travel (for a whole month!) at all with diabetes – I have a friend who has it and it’s extremely challenging for her.

  7. Jim says:

    Stay safe, keep notes for the book you need to write at the end of your trip.

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