About the blog:

jd -To Infinity & Beyond chronicles the experience of taking “a sabbatical”, “time off”, “temporary retirement” (call it whatever you like) beginning at the ripe old age of 28. It’s about embracing a different lifestyle that doesn’t put everything off until tomorrow and explores the answers to questions such as if today was your last day on Earth, what would you do? What would you regret not doing? What have you always said you’d like to do “someday”? Traveling is part of the answer to those questions, so the blog also covers a fair amount of travel.

About Jenny: After working very hard in high school and college, Jenny served in AmeriCorps, floated to random jobs, and worked a full-time, salary 9-5 office job for several years. In May 2011, she decided it was time for some changes and adventures.

“I have been inspired by David, my trusty partner, who  pushes me to not accept everything for what it is (reading blogs and books to come up with crazy ideas) and by all of my supportive and encouraging friends. A few books have particularly struck a chord with me, such as The Simple Living Guide, Six Months Off, The Good Girls’ Guide to Getting Lost, One Week Job, and The Art of Non-Conformity.”

About David: David is a very successful software developer who decided to strike out on his own after many years working for another company. As an independent consultant, he has been able to do a variety of work and meet many people, as well as take off months at a time when needed.

We’d love to hear from you!

Email: or
Twitter: @jdukes9 or @davidnorcott
Skype: Jenny.duquette or djnorcott


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