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Córdoba, Argentina

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I visited Córdoba because I had no idea what I would find there. Places like this are my favorite (cp Bucharest, Belgrade, Ljulbljana). I spend four days over a weekend here in Argentina’s second largest city after Buenos Aires, exploring and conceptualizing. I found something a little different from other destinations I’ve so far cataloged across Europe and Asia. As in Buenos Aires the spaces, blocks and buildings...
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New Year’s Eve Is The Weirdest

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I don’t have many superstitions. But there’s one I’ve always liked – it’s the idea that the way you spend New Year’s Eve tells you something about the way you’ll spend the next year. For me, there’s always been some truth to it. The year I went out without my boyfriend was the year I wound up in a long distance relationship. The year the cops shut down...
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My name is Andy Brashear. With the help of a program called Remote Year, my wife and I will be leaving our home in Denver, Colorado, to travel the world!This blog will serve as a place for pictures from the journey, as well as my thoughts and musings on our destinations, history, culture, food, and the modern world. Sometimes I may stumble, and my rantings...
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Thoughts on Paper

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Wow, what a month! It’s been a rollercoaster of emotions and I’ve been so busy I can’t even think, but I wouldn’t change a thing. I’m finally ready to write down some public thoughts for you lovely people since things are starting to slow down and get into a normal routine. I’m drinking less and running more – score! Sidenote: In the last 2 weeks I potentially...
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I’ve been chosen – Liebster Award

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Wow! I’m feelin’ the love ❤ Thank you, Hannah and Patti,  for nominating me for the Liebster Award! (Does Lobster Award keep coming up as an autocorrect option for anyone else??) Loved reading your answers, and here goes mine for your questions! How this works (from Patti, from Sarah): Thank the blogger who nominated you… Read More I’ve been chosen – Liebster Award
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Party Time in Punta del Este

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"La Mano" Last weekend, after spending our first couple of weeks in South America getting to know Montevideo, many of my fellow Remoters and I decided to partake in a quintessential Uruguayan summer tradition (remember, December, January and February are summer months below the equator): spending some time in the coastal beach town of Punta Del Este. We only had a weekend to spare, but...
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Downloadable packing checklist for long-term traveling

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CLICK HERE to download and print this pdf checklist for Digital Nomads. Here’s a preview (2 different pages with separated categories) Real-life fails from not having a travel packing checklist: There once was a time when I wore the same underwear for 3 consecutive days (of course I washed it every night and let it dry while I… Read More Downloadable packing checklist for long-term traveling
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“Say No”: My Digital Nomad Mantra

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“Say Yes!” It’s the “Eat Pray Love”-esque mantra sworn by among those setting off on grand, one-in-a-lifetime experiences as a way to move beyond comfort zones and establish a culture of risk-taking. It was a common theme among my Remote Year colleagues that I recently joined with on this yearlong trip around the world, and it might as well be the collective name for nearly every “digital nomad” blog that I’ve read...
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Montevideo So Far

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I’ve been asked to write a post about what I’ve been up to, so here ya go. I’ve been in Uruguay for 3 weeks now and have another 2 weeks to go before I head off to Argentina. So far everything has gone well. I have met and talked to almost everyone of the 75 on the trip. There are so many personalities and different...
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5 of my “Must-Have Containers” for Traveling the World for a Year

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Starting on Feb 27, 2016, I’ll be traveling the world for a year with Remote Year, a program that brings together 75 digital nomads from all over the world. We’ll be working, living, and growing together. As I pack all my entire life into a carry on suitcase and a checked bag, I started thinking about containers. Containers are everywhere. The clothes that you wear...
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Time For Some Adventure, Weekend #2

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So I’m a little behind on the blogging; there is just so many things to do instead of writing.  This post time-wise happened one week after my Death Road adventures in Bolivia and it is probably my favorite weekend of the trip thus far (or at least at the time it was).  For a long weekend about 13 of us headed out into the Bolivian Amazon....
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San Antonio – Thank God for the River Walk…

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WHEN DID WE GO: August 4-5, 2017WHY DID WE GO: USA Road TripHOW LONG WERE WE THERE: 1 nightWHERE WE STAYED: San Antonio KOATHE BUMMERSI'll just go ahead and say it. In hindsight, San Antonio is a place I would have skipped. We stopped there because it was on the way to New Mexico, which was our next big stop and first National Park of the trip. But if...
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Bali

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Crappy Things About Traveling the World That Are Still 8000X Better Than Being In The United States Right Now

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HELLLOOOO loyal blog readers! Yep, ALLLLL 54 of you! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. And I’ll tell you why: I’ve returned to the United States for a short period of time.Not one to be offended by the lack of social media likes I’ve not gotten in the recent month, it’s been really nice decompressing, not feeling pressured to post cool Instagrams (ok, I posted...
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Work hard, play hard. Learning to live life to the fullest in Córdoba

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It's 2:30am on a Wednesday evening. I just returned home from an evening out with some friends. We had a delicious dinner at the nearby restaurant LATE, and afterwards decided to go for drinks at Milk. We initially met for dinner at 9:00pm with plans for an early night. I have no idea where the time went.That's ok. I like it that way. Everything is...
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I’m GREAT!! Hvar You?

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So…. side trips! Apparently a large portion of Remote Year is doing side trips.  So I signed up for the first side trip which was to go to Hvar which is only a ferry ride away. I had never even heard of Hvar but it was suggested to us and it was a GREAT decision, definitely one of the highlights of my trip thus far. It started...
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Lose $200K and nobody is blamed?

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Listen Now: Lose $200k and nobody is blamed?View Transcript Listen Now: Lose $200k and nobody is blamed? In this episode I speak with Jason Polstein about how he applied self-accountability as a concept inside his organization in the face of major loss. He also describes how growth mindset has changed his language and how staying open to possibilities preserves brainpower. We end with discussion of...
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Day 334

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Taking a break from “what erin’s eating” (my sincerest apologies) I want to share a bit of real talk: I am starting to pa-haaaniiiic about returning to post-RY life. All year long I’ve been very “everything will be fine!”, very “la dee da”, if you will. And I am a human being capable of logical thought and so I’m sure that everything will be fine....
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How Melissa Sold Everything to Travel the World

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I recently interviewed Melissa, a Career Coach from the Muse. Here’s a video clip of how she sold all her stuff to travel the world: You can view Melissa’s full blog post here The video clip is a sneak preview of my upcoming course: Become a Successful Digital Nomad – The Complete Guide You can preorder the course through my Kickstarter campaign: http://kck.st/1qjkNQa
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Thailand: Tour D’Horizon

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Chiang Mai is the backdrop to a blissfully calm, and laid-back place that is perfect for recharging. It's a sleepy country town with gorgeous mountain views that gave me everything I needed (after a long winter in Japan) including a good dose of Vitamin D sunshine. If you drive in any direction you will find yourself surrounded by peaceful villages, lush countrysides, and rain forests...
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