• August 10, 2021

Why a single man’s dream to travel the world has become a nightmare for him

When I was in my twenties, I dreamed of one day being a full-time, self-taught author and travelling the world. 

But my life changed in 2001 when I was diagnosed with a form of sarcoidosis, an inflammatory disease that causes chronic inflammation of the skin.

I had to have my legs amputated in a freak accident when I fell and injured my leg, which left me in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. 

A few months later, the virus also caused massive damage to my lungs, brain and kidneys, leading to a complete breakdown of my health.

For the next 10 years, I worked in my home town of Townsville, Australia, and I had to deal with the constant, debilitating pain, stress and depression.

As I got older, I also lost my job and began struggling with my own addiction to video games.

Eventually, I became homeless, living with my mum in the middle of nowhere and having to take the bus to get anywhere.

It was the worst period of my adult life, and the worst in my life as a person.

I eventually got out of the shelter and into the community, where I started writing.

But the stress and stress of living on the streets made me very dependent on other people, so I quit my job.

Then, one day, I met a fellow homeless man, who introduced me to The Lonely Island.

It was a way for me to escape my life and make money writing, but I also started doing things that I wasn’t happy with.

The Lonely Island is a fictional fictionalized history of the world, but its not real. 

Its a documentary about a single lonely guy who travels the world and writes stories about his adventures. 

I was hooked.

It changed my life forever, and since then, I’ve been on a journey that has led me to become the bestselling author of My World is Full of Ruins, The Lost Art of Travelling and the forthcoming book, The Story of My Life.

I started out writing about my personal struggles in my hometowns in Australia, which was a little like a prison for me.

I started writing fiction, and when I got into the mainstream, I started to get paid more.

Then I realised that writing was a great way to support myself and the people I love, and to help me connect with other people.

In 2013, I founded my first publishing company, and in the last few years, the number of people I’ve met and worked with has grown exponentially.

I have published a book, My World Is Full of Ruin, The Forgotten Art of Travel, and my first book of short stories, The Lonely Art of Writing.

I am also in the process of writing a second book, the Lonely Art Of Travelling, and will be writing another short story in the coming months.

I’ve also started working on a documentary that is being filmed in my town of Tarpon Springs, New Zealand.

It is a history book that is about the life of one man, and about the world’s most famous tourist destination, New England. 

For me, the hardest part has been the writing process.

I’ve had to sit through long sessions and work days that can last weeks.

And then there are the sleepless nights, which make up most of my day.

I know there are people out there who would love to help with my writing process, and even more people who would like to be a part of my journey.

So, my dream is to help people with their writing.

If you’d like to help, please feel free to send me a message or a comment on this article, and be sure to include your contact details so I can contact you directly.