Tag: travel

Remote Round Up 4

Remote Round Up: Tools, Tech, Remote Jobs Week 4

We’ve made it * almost * through what many of us consider to be the longest month of the entire year. Obviously, January IS the longest month… but really this month lasts, like, 2 or 3 bloody months… it JUST. DOESN’T. END. I’m currently making plans for my 2-week trip to Costa Rica next month, and […]

wifi love story

Staying Connected: A WiFi Love Story

As a remote worker, there’s nothing more simple and pure than the love for a strong WiFi signal. Afterall, this is how work gets done, video conferences attended, and emails sent to clients and colleagues across the globe. When there’s WiFi insecurity– power outages; no signal on the 6-hour train or bus ride when there’s supposed to […]

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 […]

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 […]

Flash Memoir: Conversations with Rocks

There is a desired solitude one can find up on the mountain side. A place for contemplation, reflection, and… “OH, COME ON!  YOU. ASS. HOLE!” Thud… Thud… Thud.  The rock eventually stopped rolling down the side of the mountain when it found its way to the bottom of a giant, wide ditch, an unfinished or […]

Guest Post: Part-time Expat Louise Sportelli

I had the pleasure of connecting with Louise Sportelli– a coaching and training pro working with individuals and businesses all over the U.S., and who lives as a part-time expat in Italy. We take a closer look at how technology has allowed for more flexibility in her work, and how she personally enjoys La Dolce […]

Guest Post with Entrepreneur Daijie Huang

Recently I spoke with Daijie Huang- a world traveler, mother, and entrepreneur. In the midst of launching a new travel app, Daijie has taken some time out to speak with me about her travel story and the importance of cultivating curiosity in her daughter.   Hi Daijie! Why don’t you introduce yourself + tell us […]

How to Springbreak Seattle

Spring time in the Northwest still consist of layers, gortex, and, well… rain. Last year during Spring Break, I ran off to central Mexico with 2 friends for an epic week-long road trip through the highlands. But this year, I stayed local and visited my friend (1/3 of the Mexico road trip crew) up in […]

5 Must Do’s Before Moving Abroad

Over the past few weeks, I have been slowly putting together this list of 5 Must Do’s Before Moving Abroad, as a helpful list for others, but also as a way to help me prioritize my many tasks in preparation for a year long trip abroad. Keep in mind, that I have moved abroad before. […]

Best Week Ever: Long Work Weeks and Plane Tickets

Happy Monday, everyone! {yes, yes, I know a little late, but let’s pretend it’s Monday.} I am pleased to share with you that I have a proper day off today! No full time job, and no part time job. Just pure laziness… well except that I’m taking the kid and her friend bowling later and […]