SYDNEY, Australia — In 2009, newlyweds Josh and Jessa Works had great jobs, moved into a huge 5-bedroom house in Kansas and welcomed their son, a little boy named Jack, into the world, according to Business Insider.
But in 2011, they became tired of their routine and yearned for something more. Both Josh and Jessa had jobs that allowed them to be able to work from anywhere, so they made a dramatic decision: Sell everything they own, buy a 27-foot Airstream bus, and hit the road, Business Insider reported.
They set their sights on becoming full-time travellers and freelancers — with no return trip planned, Business Insider explained. Fast forward three years and the Works’ are still travelling and documenting everything they see and do on Instagram.
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