5 ways to enjoy dublin like a local

5 Ways to Enjoy Dublin like a Local

Guest Post written by: Kate Wilson Europe’s great cities seem to be on just about every travel list in the world, and with good reason. Broadly speaking they’re beautiful, historic, and packed with vibrant culture and modern attractions alike. Even so, most guides and lists gloss over the details and focus on major sightseeing opportunities, famous […]

Arctic Thaw: Climate Change and Permafrost

Arctic Thaw: Climate Change and Permafrost may seem like a heavy topic to be writing about, given how I’m usually sharing travel and remote work tips here on the blog. But this isn’t a random blog post, as I’ve started a collaboration with OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) to raise awareness and bring […]

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Remote Work Perks: what you need to succeed

In the last few posts, we covered some of the most important steps to landing the remote job of your dreams. Now, it’s time to start thinking about what YOU want and need to succeed in your remote job. What are the best remote work perks you should be looking for? News flash, it’s not […]

Top Summer Hits in Spanish

Right now you might be wondering why I would be posting the Top Summer Hits in Spanish when clearly it’s November and cold and definitely not summer.   Well, I felt the time has arrived that we need a little throwback hotness in our lives, now that the holiday season is upon us and the […]

How to Land a Remote Job: Part 3

How to Land a Remote Job Part 3: From Nada to Nailed it!   So here we are– the third and final installation of How to Land a Remote Job! In Part 1 I touched on life before remote life and I shared the top 5 remote job sites I used in my quest to land […]

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How to Land a Remote Job: Part 2

How to Land a Remote Job Part 2: Travel & Tribulations If you’re reading this post, you probably have some interest in knowing more about working remotely (pants optional), and finding out how the hell to even make this job possibility a reality. In Part 1 of How to Land a Remote Job, I talked […]

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How to Land a Remote Job: Part 1

How to Land a Remote Job Part 1: life before remote life My obsession with landing a remote job is far-reaching, and 4 years in the making. I originally came across this mystical work-from-anywhere- lifestyle through travel blogs. Right around the time I started my own blog in 2013, I was deep in the travel […]

A Digital Nomad’s Digital Bible

Earlier this year (2017) I was asked by AND CO to contribute to their ambitious digital project: a digital nomad’s digital bible, aptly called ANYWHERE. I wrote the last chapter, How to Be a Student of the World.       About the book ANYWHERE is written for freelancers, solopreneurs and remote workers who are drawn to […]

Home is.

I’ve recently returned state-side after a year of traveling abroad… and I feel restless. Needy. Nostalgic. I realize that I haven’t written a blog post in 8 months (!!!) and that’s changing now. Like, right. now. I believe I stopped writing when our travels took us to Bosnia+ Herzegovina. It was a wickedly cold and […]

Make Love Not War

Today is January 11, 2017. Day 11 of my self-inflicted 31 days of posting in January. Today we attempted again to go to the candy cane cake building aka the National Library, but none of the doors were open. I pressed my face up against the windows and knocked as loud as I could, hoping […]