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Yoga Teacher Training in Guatemala

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There won’t be a combination of words to properly explain my experience at the Mystical Yoga farm, but I’ll give the best description I can!To arrive at the farm, you have to take a small boat, and it’s a plot of land completely secluded from the rest of the lake. This means no wifi, no coffee, and no contact with anything in the outside world...
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Office Space of The Week

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I just spent almost a month without wifi (or coffee) on a remote farm in Lake Atitlan, Guatemala getting my yoga teacher certificate. Now that I have wifi again I will be sharing all of my pictures and stories very soon! In the meantime, here is my latest office space of the week!
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Zambia — Livingstone & Victoria Falls

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We crossed into Zambia where zebras and giraffes roamed through our campsites and monkeys stole from our tents.Continue reading on »
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Kande Beach Village — the school, the hospital and the wealth of happiness

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Three local boys walked me around Kande Beach Village, just off the shore of Lake Malawi.Continue reading on »
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7 Questions People Ask Me

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As I've been slowly letting people know of my plans for next year, I've been getting a lot of the same questions. So, I thought I'd compile this handy guide of everything you've ever wanted to ask me but have been too awkward/busy/polite to say out loud. 1. It's so cool that Pizza Hut is letting you do this...I'm gonna stop you right there. After lots...
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Velma (because otherwise I might receive a death threat).

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I tend to think it’s a cultural thing.  Asian/Indian cultures just tend to embrace you as a nomad.  We all deeply love our friends, and even when we don’t speak for months, we can laugh, smile, and banter so immediately.  I definitely don’t feel that culture in Los Angeles.  As much as I love the city, I don’t feel my heart beating ever.  I spoke...
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Comfort- able in NYC

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I spent the last weekend in New York. It is amazing, how this big city sucks you in and makes me feel small, yet completely at home.   I stayed with friends in Chelsea, my friends from DC…essentially family. I didn’t have to ask, or feel bad, or even think I was overstaying my welcome.  They actually wanted me there (or so they made me feel). ...
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Malawi — a big lake, a big swim, and a big jump

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I am becoming wild.Continue reading on »
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Skal jeg så melde mig ud af Danmark?

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Beslutningen er taget, og pengene er betalt. Så burde jeg vel kunne læne mig tilbage og gå og hygge mig, indtil jeg pakker en kuffert og hopper på et fly mod Montevideo om to måneder. Okay, jeg burde lige tjekke, om jeg skal have visum til nogleThe post Skal jeg så melde mig ud af Danmark? appeared first on Digital Nomade.
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This is happening!

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People, we are two months away from my last day at Pizza Hut, my last day in Dallas, and the beginning of a great adventure! For those of you for whom this is new information, let me catch you up.  The TLDR version: I am going to be traveling for the next 12 months to 12 countries with 74 other humans interested in holding down...
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Advanced Open Water Dive Certification in Koh Tao, Thailand

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Koh Tao is 2nd only to Cairns, Australia in number of diving certifications every year.  People flock from all over the world to take their first breaths underwater and many never leave and continue to become instructors.  You can see why as it is inexpensive, there are 100’s of shops to choose from, the weather is […]
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Endless Beauty Comes At A Price – The 3 Most Important Things Vietnam Visitors Needs To Know

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“Vietnam – Endless Beauty”. The country’s official slogan holds true, both for the incredible nature including the many national parks, remote regions, highlands and beaches, and for its unique culture, history and people. Well, they surely fought hard for it; if a roly poly were a country, it would be Vietnam! The country has been under foreign rule for most of its history but has...
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Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon – The Capital Of Vietnam From Different Angles

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For a wonderful month in Vietnam I now was based in Ho Chi Minh City or, how I prefer to call it, Saigon. And the city surely has left its marks! It is impossible to look at it from only one angle, so I took a shot at looking at it from different ones, covering the insane scooter and traffic situation, the coffee shops and wonderful...
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Edit videos in few minutes

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Challenge #9Today my friend Chatfield sent me our last weekend video at the Hvar Castle. I immediately LOVED it!But it needed some tweaks.My challenge was to find a good Video Editor App and learn how to use it. I want something easy and simple as I don't want to spend too much time on it.First I used iMovie App but it was really limited as...
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#7 ~ Meet 1 Local / Week – The 1st Brewery coming out from Split

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Meet 1 Local / WeekToday we are meeting Siniša who opened the first brewery coming out from Split, Croatia called *LAB Brewery* that happens to be  *the only one* in Split.Croatia moved from a communism country in 90s to an open market society where new start-ups and entrepreneurs have to deal with Croatian bureaucratie issues on a daily basis.Siniša opened 2 years ago and was able to receive his...
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Digital Nomad Summit 2017: Chiang Mai

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Recap and insights from the third annual conference for digital nomads organized by Johnny FD in Chiang Mai, Thailand.Continue reading on Medium »
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Lessons Learned While Living Out Of A Suitcase

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You can find a family anywhere in the world They may have different beliefs and customs but people from other cultures are just like you; they have feelings, they love, they enjoy good food with great company, fun and adventure. There are always commonalities. You can always communicate even if you don’t speak the language, […]
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26 Seconds in Chiang Mai

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Remote Year Meraki spent our last quarter of 2017 working remotely while abroad in Asia. In November, we were in Thailand.Mike and I spent a week in Phuket at a beautiful wellness resort to celebrate his 37th birthday. I went diving for the first time.In Chiang Mai, we took an Akha Thai cooking class, rafted down a river, and volunteered at an elephant reserve.A group...
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I Won’t Lie. I’m Not Doing Fine.

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Nearly every day since we arrived in Bogotá, I've woken up, feeling like someone else. I'm drained of energy, excited about almost nothing. My usual smile has been replaced by an expression that's somewhere between pensive and just plain sad. As a chronic over-thinker, I want to be able analyze it and explain it. Is there something called altitude sadness? I mean, we are over 8000...
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A Thank You 8 Months in the Making

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This post is sappy but its short so don’t worry. It helps if you put on Quit You by the Lost Kings* to be your background music. #TappelBangerNomineehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLfphtPIdQIToday is the day before travel day in Bogota, Colombia and the end of month 8 of Remote Year. Its absolute insanity that its already been 8 months. I kind of forget that this was something I “started”,...
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