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Remote Profile: Siri Winter

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SIRI WINTERCO-FOUNDER, NEVER MONDAYSSWEDEN WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? I have never truly had one place that I call home, I came close to it while living in New York City but an array of visa issues forced me to leave rather abruptly. During this time a good friend of mine encouraged me to apply to the inaugural RY program and when...
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It’s not Remote Year or bust.

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Yesterday, I chatted with someone who was just accepted into Remote Year.He expressed hesitations about the program and wanted an honest view from someone doing it - beyond the Instagram feeds with verbose captions and the constant expressions of gratitude. A note to readers: I'm always willing to do that, if you've been accepted into RY and are not sure whether or not to join the program....
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Remote Profile: Reid Peryam

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REID PERYAMVOODOO SORCERER, CAP LOGISTICSUSA  WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? When dreaming of winning the Lottery Jackpot the first thing I have always planned to do is travel around the world.My sister Tracy forwarded me a media blurb about Remote Year in a two word email that read: "Do. This." I refer to it as an "uh-oh" moment which meant that the opportunity,...
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Turks and Caicos with Minnesota Tribe

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To understand the Minnesota Tribe, I first have to introduce you to Nomad•ness Travel Tribe. It was created by a young lady named Evita Robinson and it is contained in a Facebook group. As mentioned in the previous post, I have been traveling for a few years now. I was added to Nomad•ness by my sister, Loice. This is a travel community that shares tips, stories, and...
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Week 13 – Stop: Zebra Time

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Monday, April 25 – Protests  We got back from the Salt Flats at 5am Monday morning and I immediately went back to bed for a few hours. I slept pretty well on the bus but it’s not the same. Today was a work from home day as I really didn’t feel great and I needed some quiet time after the busy weekend. In fact, I’m...
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Applying good habits to nomadism

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I've been traveling full-time for three months and change.In digital nomad terms, that's nothing. Some spend three months in one place before switching countries. Some have been traveling for years, with no idea when they'll return home. But to me, three months feels like a lifetime.When I joined Remote Year, I gave myself a bit of a buffer in order to adjust to traveling. I...
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Don’t Cry for me Argentina

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Even though I’m certainly crying at the thought of having to leave this country.  Too cliche? Whatever, just go with it. Argentina is amazing and the past two months that I’ve lived here have been incredible, it’s hard to even put it all in words.  I have done a little bit of recapping but I probably haven’t done a great job… it’s hard to find...
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Death Road, Ziplines, Waterfalls: Adventure Weekend

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If you like outdoor adventures, go buy a plane ticket to Bolivia. My inner adrenaline junkie is at home here. When Remote Year started, there were two things on my Bolivian bucket list: biking “death road” and visiting the salt flats. This weekend I crossed off the safer-sounding of the two when I hopped on a mountain bike for the first time on North Yungas...
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The Packing Advice I’m Not Taking

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I love advice. Giving it (I have always wanted to be Carrie Bradshaw, but that’s another story), receiving it—and recently, ignoring it.As I obsess over what to bring on my Remote Year trip, I’ve been poring over articles about how to pack for a long-term trip. Pretty much across the board, everyone agrees that it's best to “Take less than you think you’ll need and...
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Week 10: Movin’ On Up… 12,000 Feet, That Is (La Paz, Bolivia!)

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It’s a weird feeling to be waiting for your baggage at the airport and feel like, as one Remote so aptly described, you just took a huge hit from a hookah. Light-headed, feeling the urge to take a deep breath every 2-3 breaths, kind of dizzy and disoriented… Welcome to La Paz, Bolivia! Altitude: 12,000 feet. La Paz was one of those destinations I was...
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9 Tips For Visiting Iceland’s Blue Lagoon

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The Blue Lagoon is basically the Disneyland of Iceland. It’s touristy AF, and happens to be 100% manmade (who knew?!), but is also one of those “you’ve gotta do it because everyone else has done it and Instagrammed about it” things that we all end up doing while traveling. And as much as I hate to say it, it is really worth it. Despite the fact that there are long...
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Adam Lauer

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Adam Lauer Principal Marketing Manager, AOLUSA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR?Remote Year offered me an opportunity to push myself in ways that I felt wouldn't be possible without the program. I wanted to challenge the way I lived my life, and I wanted to learn about the world and the people that live in it in a deeper more meaningful way. DESCRIBE YOUR...
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Bucket List: Andrea Bocelli Concert (in Italy!)

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Andrea Bocelli…live…in Italy…at a castle…
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Dating via Google Translate

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Living, working, traveling (and dating) around the world means getting to experience alllll of the cultures and alllll of the languages. This can be a bit troublesome at times, but it’s more hilarious than anything when you literally have to rely on Google Translate to keep the conversation going. (#tbt to a blog post I wrote in Argentina about this) Here’s a sneak peak into...
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I would like to leave this city…

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I have taken a leap. A leap of faith and decided to pack up my life and leave on a jet plane. As I write my very first blog post from my apartment in Sydney, there is a lump in my throat as I look around at all the things I need to pack. The mental list of everything I need to do before I leave...
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#8: Venue Finder Natalie, Remote Year Cousteau

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In today’s episode, I’ll be interviewing Natalie Underwood, an entrepreneur who has a venue finding business. Think of her as the Indiana Jones for event venues. She travels the world finding interesting hotels for her clients to hold events and conferences. Natalie has a really interesting job and shares what she does, how she got started, and what makes her successful. If you are in...
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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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Farewell, KL

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Wow, it's hard to believe that our 5 weeks in KL came and went just like that! Naturally, the last 2 weeks were spent scrambling around the city while playing Tourist and crossing everything off my to-do list.One of those days was spent with a local cook from Terengganu, a state on the eastern coast of West Malaysia. She shared her heritage and culture in...
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“Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new…

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“Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life.” -Janine di Giovanni . . . . . #easter #quote #flowers #life #panama #Jesus #garden #hope #new #ᴇᴀsᴛᴇʀᴇɢɢs #travel #travelgram #explore #wanderlust (at Panama, Panama)
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Flags of the ???? at Phnom Penh river . . . . . #remoteyear…

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Flags of the 🌎 at Phnom Penh river . . . . . #remoteyear #cambodia #phnompenh #world #flags #river #blueskies #sky #clouds #travel #travelgram #explore #adventure #digitalnomad #nomad #globetrotter
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