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12 Months, 11 Countries & 1 Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience

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“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain Ever since I ran off to Girl Scout camp for two weeks when I was eight years old, I’ve loved...
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Botswana — deep in Africa

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Botswana is deep Africa. The land is vast and the population density is low. Animals roam freely and grasses stretch high above your head…Continue reading on »
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The Startup Week Story in 9 Steps

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To many people, Phoenix Startup Week 2015 appeared out of thin air. There are similar perceptions of many successful startups in the business world. In reality, there are hardworking, dedicated teams hustling behind the scenes from conception to launch and then: poof, the magic happens. The story behind Phoenix Startup Week doesn’t have a multi-year long backstory. It’s more like a three-to-four month story—we had...
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Antigua, Guatemala

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ANTIGUA:THE BASICSA cheerful colonial town bustling with cafes and bars. Easy to walk around and see the sights as well as do some market shopping.HIGHLIGHTA Spanish restaurant believe it or not! La Gastroteca, a beautiful restaurant owned by my new friend Lucia (from the yoga training). Her, her partner and her two adorable babies run this delicious joint where mushroom croquettes and fresh paella are...
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San Marcos Fermentation Workshop

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Today the rest of us mystical yoga farm stragglers attended an all day fermentation workshop in San Marcos on Lake Atitlan Guatemala. We had been well addicted to Love Probiotics, a local company run by a couple that makes kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi, vinegar and a few other fermented items. These products were pretty much all we could get our hands on all month, so we...
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Re – Connect

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11/26I spent Thanksgiving this year with family (grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins) in New Jersey that I hadn’t seen in years.  I’ve spent so much time on this swift cycle of work travel and investment into friendships and relationships in Los Angeles, I forgot how easy it is to distance your life from the people who still love you when you’re at your least finest,...
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Hvad ville du gøre, hvis du ikke var bange?

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På film er der de her afgørende øjeblikke, hvor hovedpersonen tager en vigtig beslutning, og vi alle sammen ved, at der ingen vej er tilbage. Senere kommer de symbolske scener, hvor det regner, så vi forstår, hvor alvorlig situationenThe post Hvad ville du gøre, hvis du ikke var bange? appeared first on Digital Nomade.
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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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This ???? though. On the way to Koh Phangan, Thailand #remoteyear…

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This 🌅 though. On the way to Koh Phangan, Thailand #remoteyear #thailand #digitalnomad #sunset #beach #instagood (at Koh Phangan)
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Being Here

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If you know today’s date, then you know I’ve been slacking on this blog post. I’ve been putting off writing for awhile now, every day making up a new excuse: I’m too busy with work, I’d rather grab a drink with my friends, I have to watch OINTB/House of Cards/Master of None/Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix you’re killing me right now). But in reality I know...
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Authentic Leadership and Self-Acceptance

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Listen Now: Authentic Leadership and Self-Acceptance View Transcript Listen Now: Authentic Leadership and Self-Acceptance In this episode, originally recorded back in 2014 (release is early 2018), Laura describes one of her most emotional experiences from early adulthood that shaped her self-concept and was the catalyst for her to look deeper into true authenticity and taught the importance of self-acceptance. View Transcript Intro: Happy Holidays, ya’ll!...
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I Went On A 5 Day Motorcycle Trip Through Chile And It Was The Best (Part 1)

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When I got a message last week asking if I wanted to go on a 5-day motorcycle trip through Chile, my first thought was literally to laugh out loud. “There is no way I’m doing this,” I told my friends, who also laughed out loud at the thought of me riding through the desert on the back of someone’s motorcycle wearing an actual moto jacket, as...
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Bolivia Week One: Let’s Get Weird

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We were at the airport getting ready to leave Buenos Aires when a friend of mine had an epiphany. “Fuck! We’re moving to Bolivia!” she exclaimed. “Remote Year just got real.” Spot on. Argentina was a good country to transition into this year because its cities, especially Buenos Aires, were so similar to the one I left. Moving from BA to La Paz would be...
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Why Leadership Will Make You Rich

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Leadership will make you rich!Yes, leadership will make you rich. Not in the traditional sense like having a ton of money but much richer than that. Normally when you hear the word rich you think of money, however, there are other forms of currency that exist in this world that are far more important than money. These currencies include time, attention, and people. To be a...
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Comment on What Is Self-Awareness? by Linda Rhode

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Love this and I totally get it! I’ve walked myself through this before… albeit a little sloppier than you… but I’ve been there. I’m going to practice this more often!
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CLAIRE CAME TO VISIT

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Hey guys, have I ever told you about a dreamboat named Claire? We met when I lived in Bangkok for 5 months in 2011, and her first impression of me was summed up in one word: "annoying."When I flew to New York to interview for Harvey's desk, she, serendipitously, had meetings in NYC at the same time. And she was staying at the hotel next...
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Confronting Myself

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Hi everyone. In case we haven’t met, my name is Jessica, and I just recently started my last month traveling the world with Remote Year. When I signed on for this trip, I thought I would spend the year working, exploring, and meeting a few nice people. Instead, I spent it working, quitting, and finding a new job (yup, I have a new job – a...
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Applying good habits to nomadism

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I've been traveling full-time for three months and change.In digital nomad terms, that's nothing. Some spend three months in one place before switching countries. Some have been traveling for years, with no idea when they'll return home. But to me, three months feels like a lifetime.When I joined Remote Year, I gave myself a bit of a buffer in order to adjust to traveling. I...
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