Who needs an apartment when you can just couchsurf? If you have ever wondered that to yourself, meet Ed Casabian, The NYC Nomad, a 29-year-old who has been depending on the kindness of strangers for the last six months, moving from places every week or two, and found the life of a wayward New Yorker to be... entertaining.

Though he started the nomadic life out of heartbreak (i.e. a bad breakup) he seems to enjoy sleeping on an air mattress—even if the bed's maker won't sponsor his blog. At his core, this is a guy who loves to travel, apparently. "Thinking about the happiest times of my life," he told the Times, "it was when I was traveling, exploring and meeting people. Couldn’t I just travel in my own city?” And so that is exactly what he has done.

So far he's lived in roughly 20 hoods, from Central Park South to Greenpoint, and doesn't seem to be slowing. Of course it helps that Casabian can apparently fall asleep in weird places and is a good houseguest (he'll cook or take you out in lieu of rent). But all we can think about is how much it would blow to be one of his roommates if he had picked up any bedbugs in his travels...