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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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Tengo 43 picaduras de insectos.

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Today, we're going to take a break from our regularly scheduled programming of "here's all the fun stuff we did this week" (summary: beer tasting, cooking class, surfing/beach weekend, movies) to talk about Uruguay. Or, more specifically, some fun facts that I have gathered are true about Uruguay through osmosis (read: I've done little to no research about this country and these are things that...
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Month 1: Montevideo, Uruguay

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Many of my peers have been able to write smart, thoughtful posts about their feelings and shit, but I’m not there yet. Instead, here is a long list of cool things I’ve done so far: Unofficial Welcome Party – a small group of us were the first ones at the Brickell Irish Pub and I mentioned to our server that we had some people meeting us. He...
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Give up the keys

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http://swiftlocksmiths.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/keys_large.jpg  For those who are not aware by now, i was selected to be part of the remote year program. there are 75 people who will travel from city to city for a year, spending 1 month in each place. each has some form of remote job for employment, but the year is about community in addition to the work and travel. i feel honored...
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A weekend in a hippie treehouse bungalow

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This past weekend, a crew of us decided to get our beach on in Manantiales, a little resort town in Uruguay with a population of about 150. It’s located 20 minutes east of the larger, more well-known Punta del Este, and 2 hours from the capital city of Montevideo where we’re staying this month. Super cute gate leading into the garden areaWhen we arrived at...
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Cheating – A Lesson in Self Worth.

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Since this blog is all about my “adventures” I thought I would share the latest in my saga of the not so wonderful world of dating….The day before Valentines day, I woke up to a facebook message from a girl I didn’t know. As I read... The post Cheating – A Lesson in Self Worth. appeared first on She's Fit For Adventure.
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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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Language

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What’s the most complex mental feat you will ever realize? There are a lot of experts, especially linguistic theorists, who would say you have already accomplished this: The mastery of a natural language. This is all the more incredible because we usually have done so by around age 8. Sometimes it feels like even earlier. Have you ever had a toddler, up to their eyeballs...
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My one real week in London

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This is the third post about London, and I haven’t even mentioned the actual place we were living, which had very mixed reviews. The Collective is a dorm-style building made for young professionals. The rooms are minimalist, but provide everything you need. I’ve heard comparisons between the rooms to cruise ship rooms, and while I’ve never been on a cruise, I sort of see what they...
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The Ops Approach to Linux Server Security

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This post was originally a response to a question I received from a friend via email, with some additions. I’m not going to try to get very in-depth here, this is more of a high-level overview of what you should be doing to secure a server running Linux. This is mainly focused on a business environment where you have multiple users and multiple servers (and...
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#37 Scuba Stevens

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Another name for Mike in the making! ‘Scuba Stevens’ had spent the last week gaining his PADI qualification. I don’t quite know how he did it. He would scuba all day completing the various tests and absorbing all the knowledge and then work until the early hours of the am…and then get up and do it all again. He isamazingfor doing so. I don’t think...
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