About

My name is Harrison Bevins and I’m 27 years old.

selfie while hiking Sapa Vietnam

That’s me.

I was born in California. Raised in an awesome little ski town called Park City where I learned to ski at the age of 2.

I have 5 siblings. There are 5 boys and 1 girl. She is the oldest. No, we are not Mormon.

After growing up in one of the greatest places on earth I decided that I should go to school nearby so I attended college at the University of Utah, right down in good ol’ Salt Lake City.

I studied business finance and hated every part of myself for doing it. I really wanted to do film but business was where the money was at. So, I followed the money!

Traveled Europe and studied abroad in Spain.

drinking beers at Oktoberfest.

Study abroad! Drinking beers at Oktoberfest.

This would be the beginning of a nasty travel bug that would latch on to me like a fly on dog shit.

Finally graduated in December 2013 with a degree in finance and a job lined up in New York City. I had 6 months to travel so I flew down to South America with a good friend and had one hell of an experience.

 

Escadaria Selarón in Rio De Janeiro

Selarón Stairs in Rio De Janeiro

Carnaval in Rio De Janeiro

Carnaval! Best party ever.

Flew back to the US depressed and not ready to face the real world.

The real world didn’t care that I was depressed so I faced it anyway.

New York City turned out to be fucking awesome and I loved everything about it. Minus the part where you work all time. But, nonetheless, it’s still a badass city.

42nd Street in New York City

I got minimal days of vacation or time off and wanted to scratch my eyeballs out.

Realized that this is what life would be like for the next 40 to 50 years until I retired.

Decided that this idea of a “career” did not fit in with what I was trying to do in this life soooooo.

I quit my job meme

I Quit.

And now I’m in Asia, building my Amazon FBA business, traveling, writing, creating, documenting, and inspiring along the way!

picture in Hanoi Vietnam

So follow along, subscribe, and please say hello.

I’d love to hear from you!

Cheers,

Harrison