Who is Mishvo?
My name is Michelle but you can call me Mishvo. I get my nickname from a combination of my first and last names. I’m originally from Atlanta, GA, USA.
I’m an explorer, singer, nature-lover, and big fan of spicy noodle soup. Or any soup really. I’ve been living abroad as a digital nomad since December of 2017.
Through this blog, I hope to inspire people to explore the possibilities of life. To pursue your curiosities and your dreams, and seek out a life that fulfills you.
To be clear, it’s not about quitting your job to travel the world, or becoming a freelancer or entrepreneur; freelancing and traveling fulfills me and feels authentic to who I am, but for you, it could be totally different. And there are likely multiple things out there that would fulfill you in life! The point is to not get stuck doing something that doesn’t.
You’ll find travel stories, tips and guides, and a bit of analysis of ‘the meaning of it all’ on here. I also write about health and mental health sometimes (my own and in general) and the intersection of health and travel. I guess it’s a vestige of my public health days 😉
Follow along as I explore a new lifestyle and hopefully some new places too!
Here’s all the info about my time spent living in Sydney, Australia as an exchange student when I was in university.
Two years later, after graduating from university, I moved to Thailand to teach English to the most adorable munchkin 3-year-old children in the universe.
Here’s the story of how I was rejected from over 30 jobs and decided to become a freelance content marketer and copywriter instead.
I’ve answered all your frequently asked questions about my digital nomad lifestyle here.
And lastly, you can browse my bucket list and see how many things you’ve done on it.
Start here! Some of my most popular posts:
How I Made $5k in my Fourth Month as a Freelance Writer
On Why You Should Travel. Or Not.
What I Learned from Being Rejected from 34 Jobs
7 Habits of Highly Unproductive Freelancers
Me and Thailand 5 Years Later: What’s Changed & What’s Stayed the Same
You can email me at michelle[at]mishvoinmotion[dot]com.
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“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
– George Bernard Shaw, “Maxims for Revolutionists”
Kim, your mom, is my medquest saint. She patches up all the computer issues I can’t. She shared with me your exciting quest. I’m so jealous!!! I went, by myself, to Syndey 12 yrs ago . I LOVED it! and I am certain you will. Regardless of your heritage, everyone is Irish! I felt very safe walking around town. But you need to be careful about your choices.
I never met you, but I can not imagine anyone not enjoying Australia!
Thank you, Linda! I’ve heard nothing but great things about Sydney from those who’ve been there so I’m very excited. My mom is my medquest saint too. I’m glad she has shared my blog with you. I’ll keep you posted on all the Irish people I meet 🙂
Mishvo – you should do this…http://blog.lovetoeatandtravel.com/guest-bloggers. I’m sure Alana and Barry would love to link to your Bangkok blog on theirs!
Yes I will definitely do that…once I have some real travel material to work with. Two weeks…
There is nothing better than travel to open your mind and your heart. It should be required for all young people. Your life will never be the same… 🙂
Beautifully said. I know my experience in Sydney changed me forever…It’s hard to say what’s happening to me in Bangkok – I probably won’t know until I go back to the States.
Thanks for reading!
Glad I found you on TEFL Bloggers 🙂 love the pic! Here’s to the adventure!
Ah me too! Thank you, Lani! Added your blog to my reader as well 🙂
I’d like to nominate you for The Sunshine Award! The Sunshine Award is given to bloggers who positively and creatively inspire other bloggers. Happy blogging, you deserve this one
You are the cutest blogger ever.
Wow thank you!