Edward Hasbrouck

Edward Hasbrouck is a widely-renowned, award-winning travel journalist, author and consumer advocate who thinks outside-the-box. He has led a quite unusual life as a result. He has traveled around the world three times – by foot, plane, donkey cart, train, bicycle and rickshaw — and is the author of the classic travel book The Practical Nomad, now in its 5th edition. He plays a pivotal role with The Identity Project, and generally advocates for consumer rights in a variety of contexts. He has appeared extensively in the media. He’s appeared as a guest on shows on netwroks like PBS, CNN, NBC, NPR and Voice of America. He was featured in a BBC documentary. His work has been discussed in many publications, including The New York Times, Washington Post, Guardian (U.K.), Le Monde (France), Heise (Germany), Zeit (Germany), Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Newsweek, Business Week, National Geographic, and The New Yorker.

Edward Hasbrouck on Gen Jones:
Edward is a proud member of Generation Jones, and has spoken and written about Gen Jones multiple times, like in April 2022, when he wrote: “…before you generalize about “Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) “, please realize that many of us in Generation Jones (1955-1964) don’t consider ourselves “Baby Boomers.”

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