Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

They Quit Their Jobs To Live Full-Time On A Boat, When You See Their Photos You’ll Be Jealous.

At some time in our lives, we have contemplated selling all of our possessions and exploring the world. Perhaps logistics like having a young family or fear keeps putting off the itch for another time that realistically may never come for the majority of us. However, one couple in Michigan decided to turn a dream into reality. Matt and Jessica Johnson sold their house, car and possessions to buy a boat. They left their lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan behind on August 2011 to sail the world.

Thus far, they have visited 16 countries like Bahamas, Peru, Guatemala and Cuba. The couple married 11 years ago and enjoyed successful careers: Matt as a sales manager at an automotive dealership and Jessica as billing specialist. Nonetheless, they both found themselves in front of the TV on weekends feeling unfulfilled.

Joining them in their adventures is a cat named Georgie, adopted from a shelter. Matt and Jessica hope to venture further but are hesitant due to the deep waters and potential storms. Their journey may serve as inspiration to those wondering if it can done.

Jessica and Matt on their wedding day 11 years ago. The couple began a new life together travelling the world.

Jessica and Matt on their wedding day 11 years ago. The couple began a new life together travelling the world.

A typical day includes being witness to the beaches of the British Virgin Islands.

A typical day includes being witness to the beaches of the British Virgin Islands.

The pair sold their house in Grand Rapids, Michigan to have nautical neighbors like this.

The pair sold their house in Grand Rapids, Michigan to have nautical neighbors like this.

A beautiful sunset never loses its wonder.

A beautiful sunset never loses its wonder.

Despite having successful careers, Jessica and Matt felt unfulfilled, but not anymore.

Despite having successful careers, Jessica and Matt felt unfulfilled, but not anymore.

They set sail in 2011 and are not quite ready to drop anchor just yet.

They set sail in 2011 and are not quite ready to drop anchor just yet.

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