Allison Vesterfelt talks about packing light, procrastination and the difference between building bridges and taking leaps.
Allison Vesterfelt quit her full time job to chase her dream of becoming a writer. Since that point she can’t help but write about what it looks like to live with less; to give up the things that aren’t important so she can chase the things that are. Allison’s book Packing Light is about just that.
Inspired by the courage of a friend, and the story of The Rich Young Ruler from the Gospels, she decided to quit her full-time job, move out of her apartment, sell nearly everything she owned and spend the next six months driving across the country.
On the trip I started to discover what it looked like to live life with less baggage, both in actuality, and as a metaphor.
.@AllyVest on @Donaldmiller's @Storyline #Productivity Schedule & how she & @dvest build bridges + take leaps. http://t.co/K0wY2nLsuN
— Erik Fisher (@ErikJFisher) May 6, 2014
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