On Leaving Smiles: Where I Will Be In June 2011

I’m about to leave Japan for the USA. I’ll be there for World Domination Summit, organized by Chris Guillebeau. I have been following Chris for almost three years, but this will be the first time I’ll meet him in person. If you’ve never heard of Chris and you are interested in living an unconventional life, you should check out his site The Art of Non-Conformity.

I’ll be traveling in the west coast of the USA for a month, and all I will bring with me is just two small bags. In a 25l backpack, I have a few sets of very basic clothing items, 2 pairs of grappling shorts, a rashguard, a hoodie, a pair of tango shoes, a sarong, and other small items. In the other bag, I have my netbook and its adapter, 2 notebooks, 2 books, an iPhone charger and, again, some small items.

You might be surprised that I don’t have much, but I think I have enough (in fact, I think I have too much).

If you know awesome people I should meet in Portland, San Francisco, or Los Angeles, please introduce them to me, because I’d love to meet them. Apart from a few plans like World Domination Summit and meeting up with friends in the USA, I have no plan. I’ll just be there, meet people, do writing, plan and act more for making the world more romantic. I wish I could do just these things, and, well, I’ll be doing them for June. And hopefully in the months and the years to come as well.

A lot of people I know, think that my smile looks like that of Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. I like that, indeed – I hope I left some Cheshire Cat smiles here and there in Japan. Now I’m going to leave some Cheshire Cat smiles in the west coast of the USA. Perhaps the way I dominate the world is to leave Cheshire Cat smiles here and there, in addition to making the world more romantic.

I have 2 questions for the readers of this site, by the way.

1) How much do you know about yourself?
2) How can I help you with creating and living a romantic life on your own terms?

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