Tuesday, April 19, 2016


So I am spending tonight in Cedarville, Ohio. You've probably never heard of it before, but it's a small college town between Columbus and Dayton. I went to school here in the fall of 2014, but left due to personal reasons. It is one of the greatest places I have ever been and it feels so amazing to be back here. I'm going to a class with my friend in the morning and the chapel and I cannot wait. So blessed to have been able to maintain the long distance friendship so I can come back and feel like I never left. It was a long day of driving to get here so I am very happy that tomorrow will only contain about 5 hours of car time. I'll be in Chicago before I know it. Goodnight and I'll see you on the road.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

First vlog is online!

Very early this morning I finished the editing for my first travel vlog! WOHOO! It was definitely a lot harder than I thought it was going to be, but also so worth it. I honestly think I love it so much because I can finally live my dream of living through a montage. I sent the video to my sister who was a video communications major in college for the approval at about 5am and then posted it as soon as I made the changes she told me to. I feel like the rest of the videos are going to be a bit harder, because I am going to be a stranger to where I am visiting and I'm not really going to know what I want to film ahead of time, but that's all part of the fun. The next stop on my adventure is Cedarville, Ohio and I have about two days to get there so I will be making a lot of stops and detours. So definatly go check out the new video  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RD7JQeKGeww and don't forget to like and share. As always thank you for reading and I will see you on the road.

Friday, April 15, 2016

New York, New York

Greeting from New York City! Although it is my home I realized that there are a lot of awesome touristy things that I haven't done here yet. I also could use the practice so here goes. New York City is like a bunch of small cities all clumped together and everything changes between seven and nine at night so there is never a shortage of things to do around here. I am going to start with the basics: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, and Wall Street. These are all very popular places to for tourists, but even as a New Yorker I love going here. The bright lights and all the excitement remind me why I wanted to more to the city. I also really enjoy visiting some of the smaller and lesser known places such as Bleeker St, Williamsburg, Little Italy, and SOHO. I will be posting a video to my youtube channel hopefully tomorrow showing all the awesome stuff I love in the city. Also I got really great news this morning from one of my favorite humans on the planet, my old boss, Sam Richbart. He runs an amazing summer camp near Buffalo, NY and he asked me to be his waterfront director this summer! So I will be taking about two months off from traveling to work there and then getting back on a plane to who knows where. I can't wait. So don't forget to check out my video at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsz89yH4kbC0JOGE89cNKsg and also like, comment, and share everything. See you on the road.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Breaking Free

As a get set to go on my second leg of my trip I'm sitting here thinking about my first leg. It was kind of an experiment leg down to South Carolina. It was great! I broke my phone, got lost(a few times), got my car towed, got two parking tickets, and had one of the people I was going to stay with cancel, but it was still awesome. I got to be behind the wheel, down south, seeing friends, blasting music, it was incredible. Although I am still questioning my decision slightly, the joy I had on that trip proved this was the right choice. I heard a quote last night that summed up what I am feeling quite well. It said "If I wasn't making a challenging decision, it probably wasn't the right one."-Christian LeBlanc. All my life I have wanted to be famous, to be great. I have never really had an average dream. Ever since I was a little kid I wanted to be a rockstar, an actor, a CEO, a WWE wrestler, a NFL player, a lawyer, or even the president, but I was way too ADHD and lazy to put in the work I needed to be great. Now I am starting my adventure and all I hear is "How are you going to make money?", "You're never going to make it.", and "You're crazy!" and now I finally understand. You don't have to be amazing at football to be great at life. All you have to do is be crazy enough to step out of your comfort zone and do what you love. If I somehow become famous because of this, that would be awesome. If only 5 people read my blog and one of them decides to do it too, that would be awesome. If literally no one knows I'm doing this and it's just for me? Still awesome. I am sick of living in fear of fitting in. Today is the day I break free and I will take as many of you with me as I can.

I do also have a twitter and an instagram that I will be posting on more regularly, as well as a Youtube channel on the way. I did also start a go fund me account so any help or spreading the word would be appreciated. Thanks for reading! See you soon.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/throughout196
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/throughttheworld/
Gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/throughouttheworld

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Pilot: My Crazy Adventure

Hi my name is David Fite and this is the ongoing story of my crazy life.

A little bit of a backstory:
Since I graduated from high school in June of 2014 i have attended two colleges, moved seven times, held fourteen jobs, and been engaged. Needless to say I am a constantly changing, usually unstable person. The greatest lesson I have learned from all of that is to always be down for whatever. Originally I was in it all for the money. I wanted to get the most money in the shortest amount of time, but I'm slowly realizing that experiences are worth more than money.  So last friday I quit my job on Wall Street went to my parents' house for Easter and decided that I was going to drive....just drive. It has always been my life goal to go to every country in the world and all 50 states in the USA. So now me, 19 years old and without really any commitments has set out to achieve that goal. This blog will act as my journal, my travel guide, and a way that my experiences can live and hopefully inspire. So greetings, friends and welcome to the craziest journey of your life.