As many of you know, this past year has been a crazy one. Just over a year ago, on May 3, 2014, we got married and since then my husband, Matt, and I have been planning on trading in our lives in the San Francisco Bay Area for the lives of nomads. When we made the decision to do this, there were so many things up in the air for us professionally and personally. Also, there was so much we didn’t know would be important decisions to make. I am so thankful to all of our friends who helped us to prepare for this life change.On May 8, we closed the door to our storage unit, locked it and headed south.

On May 13, we arrived at our first destination, Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico. This little town, about an hour north of Cabo San Lucas, has been the perfect start to our new life. There is not much to do here. We are renting an apartment from a lovely local family who run an organic farm in town. We are near the beach and can hear the waves crashing each nigh as we fall asleep. It’s been two weeks and we haven’t wandered out much, as we have been relaxing and enjoying some down time. Although, it hasn’t all been sipping tequila in the sunshine. We have continued to do work on some ongoing projects.

One such project, is our new blog . I invite each of you to stop by and check it out. I will try to send more regular newsletters, but the blog will have more regular updates with photos, stories and information about where we will be going next. 2 on the Run also has a Facebook page and you can even follow us on Instagram under the name 2 on the Run. Stop by and say “hello”.

We will be in Todos Santos, Mexico for another couple of weeks. I might try my hand at surfing. Maybe. Then we’ll head to the mainland after spending a few days snorkeling in La Paz.

I look forward to seeing some of you at our workshop in Rome. Please inbox me if you have any questions or comments about the workshop. It’s small, so we can be flexible. Also, I look forward to hearing from you about 2 on the Run.

¡Hasta luego!
Neeley (Main) Drown

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