Introduction to 2016

My name is Leigh Ann and I love sharing my thoughts and some things about my life with the world.  I’m currently engrossed in a self imposed challenge to save money enough to buy a house and because my home state is California, I’ve chosen to live in hotels for the next year or so.

The backstory is that rent is tremendous in the state of California and I travel about 95% of my time.  When I’m on the road that much and paying rent, it’s heartbreaking.  When I’m saving $1-2000.00 per month by staying in hotels even when I’m “home” the idea of buying a home in lieu paying rent is much more feasible.  There, I have two blogs.  Hotelnomad.net is my blog about living in hotels and this blog that you’re reading now is just dedicated to life lessons, rating hotels and restaurant and things I find fun and exciting.

I travel all over the country and soon to be world and feel that I can expose people to people, places and things that maybe they didn’t know about or want to know more about.  I like being given suggestions about what you want to know and read about as well.  If it’s something I can full fill, I’ll do it.  My 2016 goal is to blog multiple times a week.  I hope to see you and your friends here and look forward to your comments and suggestions!

Until next time…

~live free

4 comments

  1. Thanks for following me Leigh… Welcome from my part of the world here in Australia – South that is. We are the driest state in Australia and Australia is the driest continent so you could say I live in the driest place in the world. Wow!… Water is so precious – I do all I can to preserve it here. What is California like at present? We have heard on the news (when I happen to listen!) that you too are going through water problems..? Warm thoughts, Deborah

    • Hi Deborah. I’ve always wanted to visit your corner of the world. Water is precious. California has been in a terrible draught now for 7 years. El Nino is coming through this winter and really giving us a fair amount of rain but they say it won’t be enough. What we really need is snow. It’s the lack of snow and snow pack that is forcing the draught. Rain doesn’t feed our lakes and reservoirs in the summer months. Hoping to see some big improvements though. Thank you for the warm thoughts and the follow back.
      ~Leigh Ann

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