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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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15 Workout Crop Top Style Sports Bras

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A workout crop top styled sports bra is perfect for when you want to bare a little midriff but don’t want to let it all hang out during your sweat sesh. These are my top picks for when you can’t decide between a sports bra and a... The post 15 Workout Crop Top Style Sports Bras appeared first on She's Fit For Adventure.
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Montevideo, Uruguay: Two weeks later

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After writing about our amazing coworking space, Sinergia, during my first week, and publishing some photographs of street art in the city in Uruguay, I… The post Montevideo, Uruguay: Two weeks later appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Tapping Into a Global Community

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Reposted with permission from CreativeMornings. I’ve never been a morning person. In fact, I’d go so far as to list sleep as a hobby, which makes the act of setting my alarm to wake up early no small deal. But ever since I dragged myself out of bed for that first CreativeMornings/DC event in March 2013, I’ve found myself slowly inching towards embracing those early...
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Week 9: BudaBYE, Hungary!

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We made it to the last week in Budapest! How is that even possible? It felt like we had just got there. I blame the fact that our first month in Split was actually a 5 week month which in turn made Budapest seem even shorter. But it was probably just the amazing time that we all had that made time zoom by. Tuesday was...
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There are embers on my back because post-communism

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I was walking back from a cafe, and there was construction outside my apartment building. I live in the nice, bourgie, expat neighborhood.Continue reading on Nomad Gonads »
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Foreword

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When I announced I’d be leaving to travel for a year, I was flooded with responses – mostly questions, surprise and support. Questions on when and where I’m going, I could answer (family trip to Asia first with a brief stop in Seoul, then Veritas). Questions on what I’d be doing, I couldn’t. Perhaps I’ll have completed every goal on my “someday” list — languages...
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In France they drop N-bombs at ghostwriters

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I met a nice French girl in Lyon and told her I was a ghostwriter, more or less.Continue reading on Nomad Gonads »
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Protected: Tear Down the Walls

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WHERE IN THE WORLD IS THAT SLORR EP. 6

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#PraugustMonth 6. Halfway point on this year long adventure, and my first time in Eastern Europe.Prague has been sort of like a breath of fresh air. A deep sigh and a time to relax. South America was tough, London was a whirlwind, and Prague feels easy. Grocery shopping isn't my Everest, our apartments are nice, and the city is easy to get around.There's good food,...
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Happy Mother’s Day: Me + Mom + 8 weeks traveling in Asia

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A reflection on my amazing trip with my mom doing Yoga Teacher Training together and visiting Dubai, India & Thailand.Continue reading on Medium »
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52 Saturdays – Dog Fight

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#8 – You never know what you’re going to see when you get the family together, but you certainly don’t expect to see a dog nearly get ripped limb from limb. Dog Fight Turned Cat Fight It’s day one of vacation and I’ve just landed in Barcelona, ready for a relaxing family reunion with 19 aunts, uncles, brothers, cousins and parents. A couple beers and...
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Month 8: Split, Croatia

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Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, is known for its beaches and the fortresslike complex at its center, Diocletian's Palace, erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century. Once home to thousands, its sprawling remains include more than 200 buildings. Within its white stone walls and under its courtyards are a cathedral and numerous shops, bars, cafes, hotels and houses. 
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Crab Crawl in Charm City: Baltimore’s Top 10 Crab Dishes

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Baltimore: small city, big charm.  So maybe that’s why Baltimore is known as Charm City?  As the story goes, the name Charm City came from a 1970’s ad exec brainstorm in an effort to enhance the city’s image and attract tourism.  Well, it worked and the name stuck, bringing boatloads of people to witness the... The post Crab Crawl in Charm City: Baltimore’s Top 10...
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