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Hello from the Other Side

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Here I amHere I amHere I amHere I amHere I amHere I amToo close.....a little too closeFor those of you who hoped I was dead, you're gonna be disappointed......cause I'm not dead. Boom!I am in Cordoba, Argentina mid way through my third week with Remote Year (that itinerary is for a different group, my itinerary is here).This whole thing is so hard to wrap my mind...
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Who goes on a trip around the world? Remote Year 3: Team Cousteau

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One of the first questions I am often asked when talking about Remote Year is "what kind of jobs do these people have that lets them to travel for a year?" As expected, many are from creative fields such as design, writing, and development, but honestly, we're a very diverse group from all walks of life. Not only do we have wildly different careers, but...
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A Weekend in the Countryside

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Last Saturday, a small band of eight of us from Remote Year boarded a bus early in the morning bound for the countryside and mountains outside of Cordoba. Our friend David Baum met someone in the city one night who's friends own a farm, and they've recently branched into agrotourism. No, not "aggro tourism."This...The farm is owned by two incredible women, Pamela and Gigi, along...
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Waking Up With CreativeMornings/Montevideo

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Reposted with permission from CreativeMornings. The purpose of embarking on my CreativeMornings World Tour was to explore one central question in-depth: what do creative communities look like around the world? It seems fitting that the first stop of my CreativeMornings tour was Montevideo. In many ways, Montevideo sits at the opposite of what I’ve become accustomed to in Washington; it’s the sleepy coastal capital of...
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New Beginnings in Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires is overwhelming. Not in a bad way. More in the sense that we’re only here for a month (yes, I realize most people visit for a much shorter period of time) and I still don’t feel like I can do all the things, visit all the cute cafés, eat at all the great restaurants and really take in all the different areas of...
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Oh hey, I thought I was an extrovert.

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We’ve officially passed the two week mark of our Remote Year adventure. For me, it feels like we’ve been here a month. There’s this weird time-warp that happens when you’re traveling. Days seem like weeks and weeks seem like months. You experience so many new things so often, it’s hard to really wrap your mind around it all. Not only are our senses overwhelmed from being...
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WHERE IN THE WORLD IS THAT SLORR EP. 1

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Week 2 in Cordoba (there's supposed to be an accent over the first o but I can't figure out how to do it) is done so now that I've found my footing I'll give you a glimpse into what it's like to live here.I wanted to wait until I better understood the city to give you a preview. Cordoba is first and foremost, loud. It's...
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On going with the flow

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There’s an art to ‘going with the flow.’Continue reading on Chronicles of a Zomad »
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Patagonia

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I have been accepted to Remote Year

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I’m in! I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been accepted to join Remote Year as part of the Darién cohort starting on June 1st, 2016 in Prague, Czech Republic, and returning to the US in June of 2017. I’ve been looking forward to doing international travel and participating in the digital nomad lifestyle for many years, and since I now work remotely its presented the...
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Cambodian Family, Faith, and Food: Celebrating the Lunar Harvest Festival & Supporting Silk Island Widows

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After settling into Phnom Penh, I had the opportunity to take a few side trips outside of the big city to a nearby silk farm and lunar new year harvest festival. What quickly becomes evident in Cambodia is that families and communities stick together  – solving problems together, listening to elders, and pooling resources. The extended family comes together during times of trouble and times...
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Czech Republic | Bohemian Crystals

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Just about an hour train ride away to the west of Prague is a cozy little village called Nižbor. You could probably pass by this place in a blink and never know about the magic that comes out a glass factory that is located there. With a long and intricate history, after 170 years the Rückl glassworks facility buzzes with energy. This Bohemian glass factory...
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Cusco Welcome Party

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Kudos to Travis & Sam for planning a perfect Peru Welcome Party!  We arrived to this amazing mansion overlooking Cusco and of course a llama was chillin’ and waiting to greet us.  (Cuz, llamas are a thing here)  And the path was lit by torches.  Check out the video of our grand entrance:   The mansion had an incredible view... ...a draw bridge... ...impressive rooms with...
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We arrived yesterday morning in Cordoba, Argentina, via Mexico City and Santiago, Chile. In the other America. This is the farthest south in the world I have ever been.Suffice to say, our first day was perfect. Remote Year made everything very easy. And last night was a whirlwind meeting of new friends, for me at least. It's no surprise that I didn't network much at...
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Keepin’ them streets clean in #barcelona . . . . . #spain…

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Keepin’ them streets clean in #barcelona . . . . . #spain #street #streetart #travel #travelgram #europe #graffiti #city #lights #latergram #night (at Barcelona, Spain)
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Looking Back at Rabat, Morocco

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“We had so much fun, we barely got out the door the next morning,” said one of my fellow remotes during dinner last night.She was referring to our last night in Rabat, Morocco.Today, we’re in Sofia, Bulgaria, and we’ve been here for nearly five weeks. Funny, you might think, that we’re reminiscing on an event that happened a few short weeks ago. But in Remote...
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Why Being a Digital Nomad is the Easiest Path to Growth

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I’ve given many talks on “How to Become a Successful Digital Nomad.” Lecturing at General Assembly, London A question often comes up: “What does it mean to be successful?” After all, success means different things for different people. For some it means money. For some it means fame. For some it means happiness. For me, success is none of those things. For me, success = growth....
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???????? . . . . . #cuba #habana #havana #travel #travelgram #nomad…

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🇨🇺 . . . . . #cuba #habana #havana #travel #travelgram #nomad #roamtheplanet #wanderlust #roots #vacation #explore (at Centro Habana, Cuba)
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Bubbles In The Park

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Bubbles In a ParkA few weeks ago I was walking through a park in London and came across a man blowing bubbles for a large group. The group mainly consisted of children. I had my camera out, and decided to capture the moment. I watched as boys and girls from all ages, nationalities, and colors were so happy to see the bubbles that were flying...
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Always make time for things that make you happy to be alive

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Hi there! I can’t believe it’s been 8 days since the last post. I’m obviously failing at the 1 post a week that I thought I would be able to do. Let’s recap. I’m one of 70something digital nomads (remotes) traveling the world with a program called Remote Year (RY). Our group is named Magellan as in the Portuguese explorer. We are currently in Valencia,...
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