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Little Boxes

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It’s odd to think that one of the things that has defined my time in Washington is boxes. Lots and lots of boxes. During the past five years, I’ve zig-zagged this city with a mind-boggling eight moves: dorm rooms; summer sublets; ex-boyfriends; group houses – and that doesn’t even include my stints in New York City and Sydney. For better or worse, packing and unpacking on a regular basis is something I’ve...
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The Ultimate Guide to Packing for a Year

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By now, you probably know that I’ll be packing up my life and traveling the world as a participant of Remote Year for a full year. One year. A YEAR. 12 months and 12 cities. 365 days. (If you just said “What the..?!?!” and need to catch up, read this and this now) This list is intended to be a step-by-step guide for all you wanderers who plans to travel for an extended...
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Updated: The Ultimate Guide to Packing for a Year

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Original post: January 2016. Updated: January 2017. Reviews in italics. By now, you probably know that I’ll be packing up my life and traveling the world as a participant of Remote Year for a full year. One year. A YEAR. 12 months and 12 cities. 365 days. (If you just said “What the..?!?!” and need to catch up, read this and this now) This list is intended to be a step-by-step guide for...
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A much needed break in Maderas

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After a rager in San Juan Del Sur for new years, I needed a few days off from the backpacker life. I've spent the past two+ months staying in multiple person dorms, and it was time I bite the bullet and got myself a little bungalow to relax for a few days. Maderas was perfect place to chill out and watch the sunset.
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New Years in San Juan Del Sur was definitely full of glitter.

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As I dozed off on the shoulder of a polish girl I'd met only two nights before, I realized how lucky I am to have figured out this travel life. We had been in a bit of a rush all day, lugging our suitcases through planes, taxis, boats and now a chicken bus in route to the pacific town of San Juan del sur in...
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…and what the hekk am I doing?

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Remote Year, here I come. My one-way flight is booked and I have two days until I arrive in Cordoba, Argentina.  Guess it’s time to start packing… Cue the questions: what the hekk am I doing, and where the hekk am I going? I’m going to be a participant of Remote Year, a program of 75 people from all over the world who travel, work, and live together...
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Office Space of The Week

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Why do people work in cubicles? Why?! Its crunch time as I put the finishing touches on a website that needs to launch once CES in Vegas is over!
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Appelsinerne falder kun ned i turbanen, hvis du ryster træet

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Jeg har aldrig haft et RIGTIGT mål. Noget helt konkret som at løbe et marathon på den Kinesiske Mur, tabe tre kilo eller at arbejde i en spændende stilling hos LEGO inden jeg bliver 35. Noget man kan sige højt og fortælle sin mormor ellerThe post Appelsinerne falder kun ned i turbanen, hvis du ryster træet appeared first on Digital Nomade.
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Hong Kong Days 3 & 4: Janaki, Lan, and Billy Time.

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December 12, 2015.I had to work again very early Saturday morning (Friday morning in the states).  This time difference is a joke.  I don’t even know what day or time it is anymore.  My eyes pop open at around 1AM Hong Kong time, and I have to work like a zombie trying to not make noise in the dark, while the whole rest of the...
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Proof: Work on the road

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It may be hard to believe, but most days, well a lot of days, I'm still working on my design work. Luckily, I usually end up working under some palm trees with a tropical smoothie in hand! So, as a new series I will start sharing "proof" that you can work and travel by showing you the work I've done. Here is the star wars...
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#17 Global Warming…?

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Perth was So. Freaking. Cold.I know they’re only 12(ish) days into Spring but that’s no excuse Australia!England is actually hotter right now.I only packed jeans, actually I don’t know why I packed them, but I’m so glad I did. Unfortunately the same cannot be said for my choice of footwear – flip-flops. My feet have never been so cold. They physically hurt and feel all...
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4 Keys to Fostering a Successful (Remote) Work Culture

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Teams working remotely is more common then ever. The combination of flexibility, high speed Internet, and the right tools make working remotely a viable option for may teams. It has given rise to a whole generation of people that not only can work remotely, they expect it.What do I know about working remotely? I’ve worked successfully in a remote capacity for almost 3 years. In that...
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Can DevOps and Remote Work learn from each other?

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More people than ever are working from home. Estimates range from 10% (in the least remote-work-friendly countries) to 60% in the United States. Even global… The post Can DevOps and Remote Work learn from each other? appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Guide sur Prague – République tchèque

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Depuis quelques semaines on dit que la vitesse Remote Year est 3x plus vite que le temps normal, c’est tellement vrai. Alors presque deux mois plus tard, voici mon guide sur où boire, manger et travailler à Prague, en République tchèque. Encore une fois, je n’ai pas réussi à tout faire sur ma to-do, j’ai donc abandonné l’idée d’en faire chaque mois. Quoi faire? Ouvrir...
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On the Road with Gloria Steinem

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Reading “My Life on the Road” while traveling the world — insights into wanderlust, history, feminism, surrealism, laughter, and home.Continue reading on »
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Welcome to the Cloud: Intro to Linux System Operations class: center, middle # Making Magic With Nginx: ## Introduction to Linux System Operations, Part 2 #### By: Tyler Duzan ??? Expected presentation run-time is 30 minutes --- # Who Am I? * Early start with computing * Various technical roles across industries over the last 10+ years * Learned security through direct practice * Previously...
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270: The Show On The Road

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I kind of feel like going to India.Continue reading on Medium »
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4 Flatmates & the Chameleon Identity – 05 – just data with a soul

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Many thanks to Ellyn for joining me for today’s lively conversation on personal identification, habits, changing your mind and values, graduate school, family, imposter syndrome, and a whole bunch more. Be sure to visit and peruse Ellyn’s website, and check out her 15minsforme movement on Instagram! p.s. pro tip to anyone starting a podcast with their phone as their recording device: mute your notifications when...
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Week 13: BoLIVING

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What a week! Between a weekend trip to Bolivia’s famed Salt Flats, Salar de Uyuni, paragliding, our first-ever Remote Year Impact Conference, a trip to the private studio of ceramicist Mario Serabia, and lots of fun along the way, it was a jam-packed 7 days. Celebrity Game Night We Remotes can be goofy sometimes. We kicked off this week with a round of Celebrity game...
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Getting Centered in Chiang Mai

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To say month ten got off to a rough start would be an understatement. Traveling for a year doesn’t come without challenges, and I hit my breaking point at the beginning of our month in Chiang Mai. I knew something was going to have to give eventually due to a variety of things going on the previous months. There was drama within the group, work...
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