Throughout my life I have been blessed by the opportunity to build relationships and have many different mentors. From coaches and teachers to people in my community or in the local gym. Some of these people have entered in my life for a short period of time, while others continue to invest in my life even after 10+ years.

The idea of The Nomadic Dreamer goes back to a story of when I was a young teenager.

As a teenager, I was very outgoing, had many friends, played lots of sports and was very involved in every activity that was going on. At the age of 14, I was introduced to Brad and Sabrena Klausman.

They poured their life into mine. As a young girl with lots of things to say, they didn’t just hear me, they listened to me. They mentored and challenged me to think more of myself, of my life and to do and be more.

If it weren’t for them and many other positive influences I had growing up, I don’t think I would be where I am today. From an early age I remember them looking me in the eyes and saying firmly:

“Sarah, dream big. Do not limit yourself. Think outside the box. You can do anything. DREAM BIG.”

I was told that over and over throughout my teenage life.

The concept “dream big” seems so simple. Everyone has heard it, but how many people actually dream big? How many people actually take believe in themselves enough to have the courage to do something completely outside the box?

It is easy to dream big on paper or in your mind, but taking action on those dreams is a whole different story.

The path to your biggest dreams is not always comfortable. It’s not the road lined with rose petals. However, in order to get to where you want to go, you WILL have to get outside of your comfort zone and do things you don’t always feel like doing, but the reward is so worth it.

Since 2013, I have been living my dream of traveling the world, which is where the “Nomadic” part of the name comes from. A nomadic is basically a person with no fixed home and who frequently travels from place to place, which is what I am doing in my adventures.

And there you get the name Nomadic Dreamer

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