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The most difficult question Scott Eddy is ever asked is "where do you live?" In fact, he hasn't had a home in two decades.
With no homes and no possessions, Eddy considers himself a full-time traveler and visits 25 countries a year. His journey began after he resigned from his job as a stockbroker at 29 and flew to Bangkok, where he fell in love with the culture and with travel. "My whole life shifted," Eddy explained to AOL Lifestyle.
20 years later, Eddy embarks on 35 trips a year, most of which are sponsored and shared with his 260,000 Instagram followers. Whether it be feeding orphaned elephants in Kenya or roaming the streets of Tokyo, Eddy's adventures are sure to inspire wanderlust across all lengths of the globe.
"I definitely consider myself a minimalist," he told AOL Lifestyle. "I literally own nothing."
Everything Eddy owns fits into one suitcase, and though it's not a lot, he tries to prepare for the unexpected. "People don't really associate minimalism to high-end experiences," he explained. "I would say I'm a minimalist that does a lot of nice things."
For more on Eddy's unconventional life, watch the video above.