I’m leaving Vancouver.
And then I’m leaving Canada.
I’ve given up my apartment which I’ve lived in for nearly a decade. A tiny shithole I pay $700 a month for. I can say, this apartment has a lot of memories, and is very comfortable for a minimalist like myself. A bit too comfortable. It’s made me lazy and apathetic.
Since I am no longer allowed to rent it out while I travel, and I’m making enough money from coaching and writing to live abroad, why stay? Other than a handful of friends and family, there’s little incentive. Vancouver is not a great place for single men, in my opinion.
I have a new coach named Julian who will be running my Vancouver programs. He’s a great dude, and very knowledgeable, and dependable. Not just in game, but in relationships, and self-development.
I have Jason H to run my programs in Toronto.
There are so many more affordable countries where I can live like a king for $1500 US a month. Thailand, Vietnam, Colombia, Poland, Bali, Ukraine, Spain, and on, and on. They are more fun, more exciting, cheaper, and with more beautiful, less masculinized women. So why stay in Canada?
Canada is a huge, and beautiful country. I’ll come back when I make 100k per year. Then I’ll buy an Tesla motor home and live in a forest in Northern BC.
I’ve given away nearly everything I own, other than what I need for work. First I’ll visit my family for a few months and get my affairs in order, then I’m off.
I’ve always thought Vancouver is like a beautiful girl you aren’t allowed to touch. It looks really pretty, but once you dive into deeper conversation, you realize she has never travelled, doesn’t read books, and is very, very expensive to date.
Most guys who live here, once they travel, don’t want to return. It’s one of the worst cities for singles in the world, and is well documented as such. Sure, everyone says that about their city, but I’m done with it.
Montreal is a hot Milf. She’s written two novels, can paint, and travels the world on her half of the divorce settlement. She’s a very fun, very affordable, culturally vibrant city. It’s also a communist cesspool — but at least the women are attractive and cultured. If it didn’t freeze for half the year I’d live there again.
Toronto is a college girl. Good for conversation, and pretty hot, but you know she’s going to be a lawyer or a Peta activist. She’s a New York wanna be, and doesn’t even come close to being as cool. It’s also more expensive than Vancouver, and either terribly hot or horribly cold. Not a place I’d prefer to live in.
And Calgary? Winnipeg? Blech.
The World is Vast
They say it’s dangerous out there. You’ll be kidnapped, you’ll get sick, you’ll hurt yourself. But I’d rather die in battle than farting into starched sheets, having never experienced life to the fullest.
My goal is to visit all the digital networking hubs, and meet other digital nomads from around the world. Make business connections and all that. Maybe I’ll find me a wifey for a Euro visa.
I’m freelance writing for various websites, as well as coaching for Chase, and my own company, Absolute Ability. So if you’re desperate for coaching from yours truly, you’ll still be able to find me in South America, Asia or Europe. My programs will be more specialized, and cater to the guys who want to travel abroad.
Where Have I Been?
I haven’t been posting a lot mostly because I’ve been working a lot for Girls Chase, writing articles and creating videos. Chase Amante has been a great teacher to me, and he’s given me a great opportunity to grow as a content creator. So I haven’t had much time to focus on this blog. I’ll try to get more content for you all when I’m done moving, and settled again.
Yours Truly, Tony Depp (D)
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