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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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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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How Far I’ll Go.

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Bali, Indonesia. 2017. Happy is also the girl who quits a job that would prevent her from making dreams come true! Happy is the girl who takes risks. Happy is the girl who prefers to be optimistic. Happy is the girl (this girl), who travels the world! With each day, I realize the true power of my thoughts, and I am constantly noticing my life...
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Introductions!

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Hey everyone!  To kick our blog off right, we thought we would start with mini-introductions about who we are and what this crazy program called Remote Year is all about.Dylan – Hellooooo friends, family, people I love, people I’ve never met, and everyone in between!  My name is Dylan Hoffman, a 25 year old from Sacramento, California.  I’ve spent the last 6 years in Seattle,...
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The stories our bridesmaid dresses would tell..

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Being part of a friends wedding is such a special experience and quite frankly really fucking entertaining.  From the bridal showers and bachelorette parties to the actual wedding day to meeting every single one of their grade school friends and family you get to know that friend from the inside and out all wrapped up in a […]
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“How I was booted from my own startup, what I learned and why HOO KOO E KOO?” in MAQTOOB For Entrepreneurs

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Half a year ago, I lost control of my startups TABLE and Dropr. The CEO I elected and trusted to run the business organised a sudden coup…Continue reading on MAQTOOB For Entrepreneurs »
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Midwest Bachelorette Parties

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Bachelorette party season is here!  Everyone want’s to do a destination but it’s not always affordable for everyone in the bridal party.  Here are some Midwest destinations that are fun and a bit less expensive than going to Las Vegas or Nashville. Chicago Chicago is a beautiful foodie city (bon appetit’s best city for food), […]
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Week 14: Lata, La Paz / Hola, Cusco

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The last week in La Paz flew by. Not only was it a short week after coming back from the Salt Flats, but we had also already pretty much done most Paceño things by this point. It was also oddly quiet, since about half of our group jumped ship early to spend some time in Lima, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, etc. Personally, I was happy with...
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Day 291

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I lit a candle for Molly for the Wave of Light, I FaceTimed with Owen who named the gecko running around my house Biscuit Dooty (yep, like poop), I started to get all kinds of post-RY money stuff sorted (DEAR PREMOTES: THIS YEAR IS NOT CHEAP) and one of the 2 Dope Queens (my favorite podcast ever and I pretend they’re my best friends) responded to...
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How I was booted from my own startup, what I learned and why HOO KOO E KOO?

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Half a year ago, I lost control of my startups TABLE and Dropr. The CEO I elected and trusted to run the business organised a sudden coup as soon as I left the country. In a few moments, I was left without access to anything I’ve been building for years — while boarding an airplane thousands of miles away.Elon Musk has been through it, Steve Jobs has been...
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Serbia Saturdays

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Wise words from The World's Dumbest Traveler For those of your keeping score at home, you know, all 6 of you (hi mom!), I’ve fallen a bit behind on my “52 Saturdays.” Well, here’s the thing. Even when you’re traveling the world, not every day or every weekend is eventful. Serbia Saturdays were no different. I spent the entire month of September in Serbia, aside...
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What is Home?

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Yesterday, I got a massage at a salon in Prague and I was asked to fill out some paperwork beforehand. Where do I live? What’s my address? I’ve generally taken these seemingly mundane questions for granted. I paused before putting my Prague address down on the form. Sure, if I need to get a piece of mail in the United States, I have an address...
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