I have been adventurer for nearly my entire life. I started this blog in 2013 while studying at Washington University in St. Louis. After pursuing my MBA at IESE Business School in Barcelona, I now live in New York City and work as a consultant. So far I have been to all 50 US states, 77 countries and all 7 continents. My life’s goal is to see as much of the world as I can.

This blog serves two purposes: 1. To catalogue my travel stories in detail for my personal recollection because memories fade. 2. To share those stories with friends, family, and whoever happens to find this blog.

My style of travel is to keep exploring until I drop. I try to enjoy every minute of traveling and dislike “relaxation time” or “days off”. I feel that, because my time is limited, I try to jam pack in as much as possible.  This does mean that my depth of understanding of a place can be limited. However, I try counter that by trying to  dig deep into the culture using my anthropological background through research and through conversations with locals on the ground.

One way I plan things is through lists. By creating ambitious but tangible goals, I am able to budget my time and pace accordingly. Certainly, lists are only as good as the person/group who creates them, but generally they provide a good starting point for exploring.

Thank you so much for reading!

Enjoying Nasi Kandar in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Enjoying Nasi Kandar in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Bryce- I am Dick Flannery’s brother, and Ann and Dick told me about your adventures in/around Philadelphia. Our San Diego Hash House Harriers run in Red dresses around Christmas…

    I am also a Serendipitous Adventurer; alright, I WAS one 20 years ago. Would like to hear more about your upcoming plans and see if I could help with any European stops for this summer.

    I am headed to Mother Russia on April 17 and then to Estonia and Latvia. Hope I don’t get caught in any “Uprisings” over there this Spring… Drop me an e mail and we’ll arrange a call. Regards, John

  2. Hey Bryce, my name is Chris Corbaz, Managing Editor at The Travel Ledger. Do you have an email we can contact you at? Thanks!

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