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Transitioning to Travel Life

I’m going to guess that most people reading this don’t get to travel like it’s a full-time job, likely because they have a full-time job. However, many travel bloggers you can find on the internet do get to travel full-time, or at least most-of-the-time. 1,108 more words

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What makes the difference between rejection of your proposal and acceptance

All freelancers know the dreadful words “I am currently focusing on another project, but will keep your offer in mind”.

This is the moment when a digital nomad asks himself what made the client reject his offer. 609 more words

Digital Nomad

Comfort? Forget it! Compromises are the staple of location independent worker

A digital nomad or location independent worker have to get out of their comfort zone and get used with making compromises. What type of compromises? The cozy life you knew before you started your digital nomad adventure is going to fade out and you will face a new world. 766 more words

Digital Nomad

Monthly Roundup 14: April 2016

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Summary of April 2016:

In April  we took taxis, tuk tuks, and the subway, rode bicycles, flew on an airplane, and took our first inter-country bus ride. 5,220 more words

Taipei: A City of Food

Taipei is often called “The food capital of East Asia,” and boy does it live up to that name. We spent a month in this city– and spent most of our time eating! 770 more words

Digital Nomad

What Travel Taught Me About My Own Privilege

I’ve made more charitable donations in the past five months than the rest of my life, combined.

After a year of hard work, research, and planning, in October, I finally took off to travel the world. 849 more words

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Travel bug bites!

I’m shortly going on a wee trip to Europe. I haven’t been in 4-5 years, so I am quite excited.

First I’m off to London, where I have a wedding to attend. 196 more words