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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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Little Corn! Take me back!

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Little Corn:The more I travel, the more I find running a design business, being my own travel agent, and being a travel blogger is becoming a bit much (not to mention trying to enjoy where I am). Bear with me while I find the balance of the three. For now, a streamlined version of where I've been scoping out. THE BASICSLess traveled Caribbean paradise. Catch...
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An apple for your thoughts

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Every day, you grasp an apple from the tree, and it tastes good. Crisp. Predictable. It satisfies your hunger. Until one day you realize the apples aren’t growing back and that you’re not even sad because green apples never really were your thing. You begin to fantasize about a big fat red apple – the type that makes you wonder if life had always been...
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Houston, We Have Liftoff!

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In Portugal we have the tradition to eat 12 raisins in 12 seconds and ask for 12 wishes after the clock hits midnight on New Year’s Eve. Well, in 2016 I will switch these wishes for countries instead! Say what?! This year, I'm going to be travelling around the world and live in 12 different countries, each for a month. How is this possible? Because...
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New profiling feature in chef-client 12.6.0

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I subscribe to the Chef blog in my RSS reader, The Old Reader, so that I can stay up to date with recent releases and… The post New profiling feature in chef-client 12.6.0 appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Why I love Open Source

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Why is Open Source so great? There are many reasons — but for me it all starts with the community.Continue reading on »
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SNAPSHOT OF KYOTO TEMPLES

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I love Japanese architecture for its complex simplicity (if that makes any sense to you). From afar, the forms and design seem simple, but take a closer look and the structures and components are actually wildly complicated, intricate, and labor intensive. This almost effortless beauty is innate in Japanese culture as a whole and can be seen not only in architecture but also in food,...
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Reflection

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Reflection is the change in direction of a wavefront at an interface between two different media so that the wavefront returns into the medium from which it originated. Reflection is a useful tool sometimes. I’m a big proponent of taking a step back to look at the big picture – ensuring that often routine thoughts and actions truly align with desired outcomes and changes. So even...
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A Wine Lover’s Guide to San Francisco

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San Francisco is many things to many people. Some head there to experience the Golden Gate Bridge, Pier 39, and Chinatown. But for seasoned oenophiles — those with a disciplined devotion to wine — wine experts, or sommeliers, San Francisco has a lot to offer. So sit back, kick off your shoes, and enjoy a... The post A Wine Lover’s Guide to San Francisco appeared...
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A MINI GUIDE TO PORTLAND

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Portland, the largest city in Oregon, sits in a coveted position at the confluence of the Willamette & Columbus rivers. The city is flanked on all sides by incredible natural features including Mt Hood, Mt Saint Helens, and the wine filled Willamette Valley. With supremely eco-conscious people and infrastructure, craft breweries around every corner, and instagram worthy eats, Portland should be on everyone's weekend getaway...
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Storyteller’s Project: Away We Go

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The true benefits of travel don’t tend to show themselves immediately. It seems only fitting then to share my story about my Remote Year experience on the Storyteller Project‘s platform to 300+ audience members almost a year and a half after getting back. It was an incredible and also challenging journey that I’m still uncovering the benefits from. Below is the rough script from my...
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Do Less, Get More

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“Recall that the interventionista focuses on positive action — doing. Just like positive definitions, we saw that acts of commission are…Continue reading on Nomad Gonads »
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Prototyping a Tensegrity

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[This page is a Work in Progress…] A tensegrity is…. One simple tensegrity is… Elasticity helps with construction. A...
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#76 The Usual’s

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My final night in Cambodia was spent hugging my pillowprayingI would be ok to spend the next 36 hours travelling.  I wasn’t transitioning with the other RY’ers to Croatia but had asked Remote Years Travel Department to book me a flight to London instead so I could attend a few days of work meetings.Actualwork. In anactualoffice. Withactualbosses present. I would have to wearactualwork clothes, which...
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Natali’s Bohemian Style!

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Amsterdam

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The food, the weather, the people, and the massive amount of bike riding made Amsterdam one of my favorite places i have visited. My friends Danny and Stephan did an excellent job showing us around the city and taking us to the must see places that mostly were not to touristy. We only had a few days to spend but Danny, Fico, Cookie, Bryan, Chase,...
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Saying “adios” to Valencia with boogie and booze

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My last 2 weeks in Valencia were not as eventful as the first few since my tracks were over, but I still had a blast exploring the city and hanging out with my Atlas tramily. Here's what I got up to:City of Arts and Sciences At-lasses night out! All the At-lasses decided to have a rowdy night out at one of the most popular spots...
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When the hell did I become a capsule wardrobe person?

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Hey - remember when I spent 8 months complaining about my (literal) capsule wardrobe and how I was so sick of the same three outfits etc etc etc?I was so full of it. Here I am, sitting in the fashion capital of the universe, finding that I wear a version of the same outfit every day.Black jeans. Dark-colored top. Black sweater. Simple gold jewelry. Moody lipstick,...
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