Kuungana

“Digital nomads seem disconnected, when in reality we are the most connected to the world.”

    0
“Digital nomads seem disconnected, when in reality we are the most connected to the world.” - – My friend ClemIn one of our many conversations about this wild and free lifestyle, my brilliant friend and idol Clem said this. It really resonated- she’s so right. Society (aka the traditional business model) sees remote workers as disconnected, isolated, avoiding socialization; when in fact digital nomads are...
[...READ MORE...]

Atlas MountainsHiked to a Berber home in the Ourika Valley.

    0
Atlas MountainsHiked to a Berber home in the Ourika Valley.
[...READ MORE...]

My Marrakech Yoga StudioFound the cutest studio in the world: THEYOGiINMEIt was surprisingly…

    0
My Marrakech Yoga StudioFound the cutest studio in the world: THEYOGiINMEIt was surprisingly difficult to find a yoga studio for the month in Marrakech- most were very expensive drop-in prices that clearly catered to tourists. I was so lucky to be recommended by a local to THEYOGiINME, an adorable studio just down the street from the workspace. The price for an unlimited month was super...
[...READ MORE...]

The 7 MVP’s of my Remote Year Suitcase

    0
I’ve been living out of a suitcase for nearly three months — here’s what I wear almost daily. The idea for this post came to me about two weeks ago as I was settling into Taghazout, a sleepy coastal village about three hours from Marrakech (and my favorite Moroccan town to-date). As you can see, I didn’t pack much — I’ve been learning to travel...
[...READ MORE...]

Taming the Monkey Mind

    0
File under: Multi-tasking on an African Safari Over a long weekend last month (while living in Cape Town, a group of us flew to Johannesburg and trekked out to Kruger National Park for a four-day African safari. It was amazing (and I learned so much about wildlife and conversation efforts, which you can read in this post) — but I won’t lie, I was worried...
[...READ MORE...]

Goodbye, Africa. Hello, Europa!

    0
Lisbon, I love you (already)! Olá de Portugal, meus amigos! I’m writing to you from my new European outpost this afternoon — lovely Lisbon — this month’s Remote Year destination and my home for the month of March. If you’ve been following along on Instagram, you might have seen that I transitioned to Europe over the weekend after spending two months in Africa (four weeks...
[...READ MORE...]

I Quit Blogging for 30 Days: Here’s Why

    0
Put down the cell phone. You’ve heard the narrative before: Social media is a highlight reel. That’s part of my job… Or rather, that is my job. A job I’ve invested nearly a decade in. There’s a lot to love about social media. There’s also a lot of us that are really good at it — making life seem easy, breezy and nothin’ but as a...
[...READ MORE...]

This is Life Now

    0
… And just like that, two weeks have come and gone. Hello and Happy New Year to you, my loves! Or rather, Howzit? This year — already — has been full of surprises, new experiences and nearly-missed flights. I’ve traveled 9,000 miles, sold (or donated) most of my belongings, showered with a bucket, climbed a mountain, danced into the late hours of the morning —...
[...READ MORE...]

Things I’m Afraid to Tell You: The Story Behind My “Solo” Travel Video

    0
Six weeks and five countries in 3.4 minutes — my “solo” travel story (video). I’ve been waiting a really long time to show you guys this. Like, nine months at least — which was when I started working on it when I was traveling through Europe. I would have shared it sooner, but, well; I tend to be one of those picky perfectionist-types — annoyingly...
[...READ MORE...]

3 Simple Shifts: Make These to Get Your Mind & Body Back on Track

    0
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Atkins. Real talk: It’s nearly impossible to keep up with any type of regular routine these days — especially when it comes to healthy habits and nutrition. And especially in a society that glorifies the notion of being “busy” — an idea we often measure against success, consciously or not. I’ve been working with...
[...READ MORE...]