Kaizen

On zippers, single girls, and some casual flashing.

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I just got back from a year s̶a̶m̶p̶l̶i̶n̶g̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶f̶o̶o̶d̶s̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶w̶o̶r̶l̶d̶ working remotely and may have packed on a few (read: 15) pounds. But whatever. I’m a strong, independent, body-positive, single female living in NYC. A few pounds aren’t going to stop a girl from hitting the town and meeting some fellas, right?Right.Being a single gal alone in New York can be great. I...
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Done, not done – more Tequila & Rum

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The end of Remote Year was a fitting send off, a two day party in a mansion outside of Mexico City. As the first night drew to a close the first of the Kaizen’s started to say their goodbyes and make their way off. The stream of people turned into a torrent as more and more headed to their next destinations, some headed home, some...
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How to successfully pitch travelling the world and working remotely to your boss

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An overnight camel ride on a weekend off in Morocco.Since travelling the world in 2017 with Remote Year, the question I get asked the most is, “which was your favourite city?”. A difficult question at best and my international marketing guru from my cohort, Valentina Candeloro, summarised it in her latest blog post perfectly.For today, I’m here to answer the second most popular question.“So…how did you...
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Remote Year in 7 minutes.

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They say time flies. Here’s a year in seven minutes.https://medium.com/media/7ed5cf8f80ff11f02a2a2f25aad0c004/href
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Matt the Planner _and_ Routine-Haver?! Excellent.

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Matt the Planner _and_ Routine-Haver?! Excellent.
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What just happened to me

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Pinch me. My Remote Year has ended, how did that happen? The last thing I remember is meeting my 50 “Tramily” all the way back in Split - “Travel family”, Uggh, one of a few new terms I visibly gagged at when first hearing but have since come to accept. Now twelve months have passed and we are bidding each other farewell in Mexico. As...
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Back That Month Up | Mexico City

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The End…sort ofhttps://medium.com/media/3be7de70616de05504b48c1853be96cf/hrefMonth 12 was noticeably paradoxical for me.As a Remote approaching your final month, there are so many thoughts and questions racing through your mind — lots of which can leave you feeling a little anxious.Holy shit, how is it Month TWELVE already?!How am I expected to just “go back” to my old life?Is it going to feel like it was all a dream?There is no way I’m going to be...
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First Impressions | Mexico City

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Starting to get all warm and fuzzy…Month 12 began in typical Kaizen fashion: taking over an airport lounge in Bogotá while wearing the most obnoxious outfits we own and playing thunderstruck at an almost assuredly inappropriate volume. We basically took over this poor lounge like we owned the place. No, seriously. At one point I stopped to look around and observe what was going on and...
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Back That Month Up | Bogotá

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Sticking up for The Bogesnot bogotáhttps://medium.com/media/59a9ae5f6956723188ace4de1598f4cd/hrefThe PeopleKaizen was all over the place this month. We had people exploring Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, and even Antarctica. For those of us in Bogotá, we went to our first fútbol match, celebrated the Superbowl, threw surprise parties, danced to Me Rehusó on on a chiva bus, had mariachis delivered to our apartments at 11 pm, and got kai-razy...
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Remote Year Chronicles 01: The “Why”

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This is part one of a series chronicling my Remote Year journey from what initially compelled me to sell most of my belongings and travel the world for a year with a bunch of strangers, all the way to my thoughts on how the year has impacted me as I wrap up Month 12.It was probably a Saturday evening in between the sixth and seventh episode...
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