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Tips for Working from Home

Working from home is a curse and a blessing. I personally wanted to work from home so I could manage my own hours, study for the LSAT, and be location independent. 483 more words

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Thailand Living and Breathing - What I've Learned So Far -

We did it. We made it to Chiang Mai in one piece and with our sanity in tact. This beautiful city in the northern region of Thailand is truly one of a kind. 934 more words

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#77: How to Make Money Remotely (and Keep Your Daydream)

If you feel money is your biggest roadblock to living a life of travel and adventure NOW, this video is for you.  I have shared the numerous, creative ways I have found to make money so Phillip and I can cruise (as well as the many mistakes and failures I experienced along the way) and have also collaborated with a creative and charismatic team: Marc & Tricia Leach at http://www.keepyourdaydream.com, who have put together their “3 Myths and 5 Tips” for making money while traveling.   325 more words

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Should I quit my job to become a digital nomad?

Just a week ago I came to the decision to quit my job and to work-location independently. However, to get there, my brain seemed to never rest and I underwent numerous sleepless nights. 411 more words

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My Travel Side Kick - The Backpack

I have been on the look out for a travel backpack that wouldn’t weigh me down and that keeps me organized while on the go. I was so sick of being that person at the airport who had to search through their bag to find my passport, liquids bag and basically everything that’s required while flying! 283 more words

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What in the World is Lala Doing Anyway?

So I am sure some of you, while loving the adventures and enjoying all the photos and stories from Facebook and Instagram, are wondering “What in the world is this woman doing anyway?” 1,821 more words

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Gotta Start Somewhere!

We all find ways to rationalize and justify our past. The little ways we chip away who we don’t want to be anymore and the traits we embrace. 411 more words

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