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Initial Impressions

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Sunset in Montevideo After a lot of anticipation, planning, anxiety, packing, hugs and tears (my mom's not mine), I arrived in Montevideo, Uruguay on Sunday afternoon. I flew out of D.C. on Saturday night and caught a connecting flight from Miami to Montevideo. There were at least 15 other Remotes on my flight and I met a few of them standing in line to board...
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Meet Empanadas

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We're in Montevideo!via GIPHYIt's pretty great. The weather is nice, the people are nicer, and according to canidrinkthewater.org, the answer is yes, the water is fine. We've only been in the city for a few days-- and there are 75 new names to remember-- but we're already full on at the office and quickly integrating with the local community.  Our office for the month -...
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Proof: Work on the road

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Sometimes I even get to design travel related infographics! Always my favorite!
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Ometepe, Nicaragua

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Ometepe was not my favorite place. A quiet island on a very large lake, this area is tropical and has interesting wildlife, but not much culture or liveliness to it. I would come back only with a group or for a specific activity. I'm also jaded from seeing too many lakes and volcanoes recently ;). To reduce the amount of concrete, this school was built...
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First day working in Montevideo

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Today was the first real ‘work’ day that we’ve had in Montevideo. If every workspace is like this one, the workspaces alone will be a… The post First day working in Montevideo appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Looking Over The Horizon

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“Write a letter to your future self” That was the task given to myself and more than five hundred classmates as we filed into high school orientation on a balmy late-August morning. “You’ll receive this letter back with your high school diploma when you leave Highland Park High School,” the instructions continued. Like nearly everyone else, with the thought of graduation inconceivably far off and giddy to move...
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Navigating the World of Volunteer Event Management

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Event planning is a 5 billion dollar industry. It’s a beast, with lots of specialties and niches. One that I’ve become intimately familiar with over the last few years is the volunteer event planning niche. This experience came in the form of House of Genius, Startup Weekend and on a larger scale, PHX Startup Week. All of these events are entirely fueled by local volunteers. When...
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Last Minute Reflections

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The days have gone by SO fast, yet everything feels the same. Looking back at my calendar at the outpouring of love shown the last few weeks is amazing. With it though comes the realization that I haven’t really had time to reflect on what I’m doing, just powering through getting everything done before I go. As of today, everything is in storage and I’ve reduced my...
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My Favorite Basic Hungry Fit Girl Food Inspired Tee’s

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If you know me, you know I wear my heart on my sleeve, on in this case, my shirt! I’m obsessed with these playful graphic tees with saying on them, a must have for any fit girl. Here are some food themed shirts, fitness and travel themes... The post My Favorite Basic Hungry Fit Girl Food Inspired Tee’s appeared first on She's Fit For Adventure.
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Pas på hvad du ønsker – det kunne jo gå i opfyldelse!

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Det er næsten ligesom at glæde sig til juleaften her dagen før dagen. Fredag er den længeventede dag, hvor jeg hanker op i 20 kg (+ det løse) nøje udvalgte ejendele og tager afsted på eventyr. Begejstringen og alle de opsparede håb og The post Pas på hvad du ønsker – det kunne jo gå i opfyldelse! appeared first on Digital Nomade.
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Thanks for documenting so well!

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Thanks for documenting so well! I really appreciate that—heading off to Yugen in August and will be in Split for Month 1. I’m ferociously researching. Thanks again!
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The Killing Fields

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Traveling the world is not all rainbows and waterfalls.  It’s a course in world history and sometimes history is horrifying.  The hardest, most humbling, sobering day of the year was visiting the S21 Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Choeung Ek Killing Fields in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.   In 1975, the Communist Khmer Rouge Regime under the evil dictator Pol Pot marched into Phnom Penh...
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Two Week Countdown AKA Oh Is This Happening?

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Fourteen days left in the USA. Fourteen days left to get last minute items, figure out my phone situation (yep I should have already done that), say my last goodbyes, notify my credit card companies, write this blog post...And it's still not really hitting me. The countdown number gets smaller and I just keep chilling like "hey living with Mom and Dad for a couple...
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Viva Spontaneity!

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It was 11pm on a Wednesday night, and Betsy, Ben, Sami, Nik and I were at a bar, our third for the night. The five of us had been on separate road trips through the Rioja wine region and that Monday, Betsy, Ben and I had run into Sami and Nik at a winery called Marqués […]
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Buffer PR Specialist Hailley Griffis

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Hailley is a Public Relations Specialist at Buffer. She helps her company strategize and implement different communication plans. Hailley is one of the main hosts of The Science of Social Media podcast. In this episode, you’ll hear about her day-to-day life working as a PR specialist. She also shares her tips and her tips for how you can get started and grow your PR career even if...
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Prague half-time commentary

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I’ll let these select photos taken by the skilled photographers in our group speak for themselves: We’re exactly halfway through our month here in Prague and I wanted to take some time to share some observations and thoughts on this city and our band of nomadic knowledge workers. General Impression of Prague First off, I did a 10min walking & talking video short last week...
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This All-Natural Physical Sunscreen Will Legit Change Your Life

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Beauty products weigh a lot (side note, can someone do something about this??), which means that as a traveler I have to be really, really discerning about what I take with me and what I decide to ditch. I started the year with nearly 20 pounds of makeup, skincare and haircare, but quickly realized that I wasn’t willing to sacrifice suitcase space for things I...
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Are We Choosing Hate and Horror?

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The first thing I read this morning:(CNN)Europe’s populist movements have already made their mark on the European political landscape after a series of closely-watched elections held across the continent.Emboldened by the UK’s decision to leave the EU and by US President Donald Trump’s anti-establishment victory, far-right, nationalist and euroskeptic parties now continue to vie for power in France and Germany.Here’s a look at how — and why — some of Europe’s...
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Iceland in 6 (much-too-short) days

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From the hot 110 degree Moroccan summer days to the waterfalls and glaciers of Iceland - my family's 2 week visit was quite the vacation of extremes. Still, after Morocco, we were more than excited at the prospect of wearing layers and well, just not sweating profusely at all times of the day.We knew we only had 6 days on the island (which is not...
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YouTuber Simon Whistler

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Simon is a professional YouTuber. He runs 3 YouTube channels (TopTenzNet, TodayIFoundOut, Simon Whistler Vlogs) and has over half a million subscribers. He is a phenomenal entrepreneur who is obsessed with creating automated systems. In this episode, you’ll learn what Simon’s day-to-day is like, his tips for how to succeed as an entrepreneur and how you can get started as a professional youtube if you...
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