5 People Who Survived the Impossible And Got the Lives of Their Dreams

The aspiration to challenge everyday life motivates people to
do incredible things. We collected the most extraordinary of them.
These stories prove that our possibilities are endless.

Heidemarie Schwermer, a 69-year-old woman from Germany, gave up using
money 15 years ago and says she’s been much happier ever since. She
worked as a teacher for almost 20 years, before she left her position
and became a psychotherapist. She has two children and three
grandchildren. Slowly but surely she has managed to step out of the
existing structures and find a new way of living, free of worries and

Bea Johnson takes “reduce, reuse, and recycle” to an entirely new level.
She brings her own bags and jars to the grocery store, making sure to
only shop in what she calls the unprocessed perimeter of the store. This
woman and her family live waste-free since 2008. “Since embarking on
the Zero Waste lifestyle, our lives have changed for the better: we feel
happier and lead more meaningful lives, based on experiences instead of
stuff. My goal is to share its incredible health, financial and time
saving benefits!

Colin Wright sold everything that couldn’t fit into a carry-on bag.
Next, he started a blog, Exile Lifestyle. But rather than creating a web
page dedicated to his musings, it serves as his compass. His readers
vote and tell him where to go every four months. Once he reaches a new
destination, he settles in for 16 weeks before starting the whole
process all over again. In his four-plus years on the go, Wright has
traveled through the 48 contiguous states (twice) and lived in New
Zealand, Thailand, Iceland, India, Romania, South America, Southeast
Asia and several other places around the world

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