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Eating Up Life in Lima: Remote Year Month 3

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You could say that Lima turned my life outside in.Lima is where my life was supposed to get sorted out. It was March and my jaw had healed, so I was relearning how to chew and gearing up to get my teeth fixed. I was going to drum up new business and focus on my writing. In Lima, I was going to get my shit together.That’s...
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I Have A Crush On Portugal

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Do you remember how the thrill of a new crush felt when you were in middle school? Or even high school? How when you were around him (or her, but let's use him for the sake of this analogy), you felt all giddy and happy? And each new thing you learned about him just added to your adoration? And you were willing to overlook his...
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Cartagena

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I’m so happy was every other sentence out of our mouths the week we spent in Cartagena and the Caribbean, and it was so true. There’s just something about Cartagena that makes everything so much better. The colorful buildings, the friendly people, the warm weather, the fresh food the list goes on. Around every corner we were pleasantly surprised about something else that would make...
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Argentinian Staycation

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I don't know about you, but in my opinion, staycations are totally underrated. Getting out of town can be super fun, but sometimes just staying in a different part of town can be just as refreshing. For a long weekend in Cordoba, my lovely roomie and I decided to splurge on a private room at one of the top rated hostels in the world. I...
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Where to next?

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When I was in Middle School and High School, my family was obsessed with deciding where we were going to travel to next. In fact, we would all go out for coffee and each of us would have to present where we wanted to go. I don't mean suggest it, I mean present it. There were PowerPoints involved. Normally my parents would just pick somewhere...
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Obsessed: My Eddie Bauer Expedition Drop Bottom Rolling Duffel

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Remote Work Life abroad: What’s it Actually Like?

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It's been 6 months on Remote Year. 6 months of traveling the world and working remotely while I do it. But, actually, I'm realizing that I've been a remote worker for a lot longer than that. I started a part-time remote gig in October 2016 and I've been a full-time remote worker since August 2017. It's almost been a full-year!And I feel like I can...
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Day Trip Along the Sintra Coast

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One of the beauties of Lisbon, and there are many, is that it is so close to the Atlantic coastline. The windy and chilly coast is magical. It boasts amazing views, adorable villages and some seriously intoxicating eucalyptus aromas. I did not at all expect the beaches and cliffs to be so accessible from the city. We had the most unique day trip during our...
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Portable Health and Wellbeing

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As I sit on my bed in Mexico City with a debilitating fever, watching it rain outside, taking whatever work calls I can in between coughing fits, hot tea and hot showers all while texting my roommate in the other room who has had a stomach bug for the past 12 days, it seems like the right time to address health while traveling. It is clear...
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What I Learned Traveling Latin America for Six Months

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Things I have LearnedAll dogs are not actually for petting. I will never be okay sharing fernet with strangers from a sawed off plastic bottle dripping with BPA, backwash and germs. Mezcal > Pisco > Aguardiente > FernetI had a conversation with my manicurist and felt like I was finally ready to graduate Middle School Spanish. If you're out there Johnson & Johnson, let me do an Imodium...
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