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Hello there, world

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Thanks to the organization Remote Year, I've been offered a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel the world for a full year while working remotely with my current companies here in the States.Starting in March, I'll be working remotely from Argentina, and then Bolivia, Peru, and 8 other countries throughout South America, Europe and Asia. There will be a cohort of 75 from 15 different countries, working...
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Iceland: the most average scenery possible

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Preface: Apparently I have this random obsession with taking pictures with my arms spread out in a Christ like-pose, so I will be peppering some in through this post.End of prefaceI'm going to tell you a story. And you will listen to my story. Or you will just scroll down to the cool pictures below. Still here?Ingólfr Arnarson (yes that Ingólfr) was a slave trading Norwegian...
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Context Switch

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It is the end of a calendar year and normally I would post a list of places in the US that I intend to visit in the coming year: conferences, festivals and other events that attract my interest. In less than 30 days, I‘ll be embarking on a journey that will take me to at least 12 countries over 12 months. In computing, a context switch is...
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Test-Kitchen & Serverspec with Windows guests

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Earlier this year, I attended ChefConf 2015 in Santa Clara where I attended the Hack Day at Microsoft on Friday. While I spent most of… The post Test-Kitchen & Serverspec with Windows guests appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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Granada, Nicaragua

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Granada:THE BASICSColorful tourist-driven town full of churches. Worth a stop through for a couple days, but not a whole lot to see here. HIGHLIGHTS- I did the most recommended boat tour of the nearby islands in Lake Nicaragua, and it was nice. Other than that I don't think there is much to do here. Get a massage, eat some over-priced tourist food and relax a...
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Getting Real

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Merry Christmas, y’all! Hope everyone had a nice and relaxing time with family! Especially if you’re in the South and still wearing shorts like me I was lucky enough to spend the last week visiting my amazing friends Sam and Justin in St. Pete, FL. We ate great food, hosted a fancy dinner party, had a couch day marathon, visited breweries, boated to a private...
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First Stop: Hong Kong Days 1 and 2

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December 10, 2015After the cheese fiasco, I ran to my gate and was seated in a middle seat at the back of the plane.  In sheer panic of being tortured and awake in a middle seat on a 15 hour flight, I gulped down two glasses of wine and quickly fell asleep within an hour of the flight take off. Towards the end of the...
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South Africa — Cape Town, Table Mountain and Shark Diving

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South Africa is perfectly paired with Champagne, or the bubbles of your choice.Continue reading on »
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Netværk er for alle, som interesserer sig for andre!

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Engang troede jeg, at netværk kun var for sælgere og karrierefokuserede ledere. Så jeg tænkte ikke på, at det kunne være noget for mig. Men så opdagede jeg, at det egentlig bare handler om at tale med andre mennesker og dele ting, som optagerThe post Netværk er for alle, som interesserer sig for andre! appeared first on Digital Nomade.
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Captain Julie

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That day a plane almost hit our boat, but I steered us to safety 😉
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How to Take the Plunge and Travel Solo

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Traveling solo is one of the best things you can do for yourself if you want to test your limits, make your own decisions and be independent. Are you ready to travel alone? Here are a few things to think about!
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#chefchaouen #morocco #mountains #sunset (at Chefchaouen The…

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#chefchaouen #morocco #mountains #sunset (at Chefchaouen The Blue Pearl شفشاون الجوهرة الزرقاء)
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Week 24: Promise Me No Promises

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Remember how I ended the last blog post saying Alex, Chris, and I had an early wake up call the following day? Yeah, it was a 7am flight. So we dragged our hungover-selves out of bed, loaded the Uber, and we were on the way to the airport to catch our flight to Singapore. We passed out immediately on the flight and an hour and...
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Bucket List: Dinner In The Sky

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This may just be at the very top of my favorite bucket list moments EVER! I had dinner in the sky over Valletta, Malta…which was also on my bucket list because it is a UNESCO World Heritage site! So double the fun and specialness (Is that a word? Yeah, OK, I googled it…)!
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lolol same ❤

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lolol same ❤
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Remote Profile: Dana Reinert

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DANA REINERTFREELANCE DESIGN & PRODUCT INNOVATION STRATEGIST, TEACHERUSA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? As a full-time freelancer who loves to travel, I craved community and professional support, all while still wanting to be more transient. A few years ago I came across the artist Candy Chang’s wall “Before I Die”. Without hesitating, I wrote, in huge block letters “WORK ABROAD”. I walked...
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More Uruguay

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One of my favourite things about our trip to Uruguay was having a rental car to be able to drive the coast and see different cities.  We also made it to Montevideo – the capital city, La Barra – a small surf town, Piriapolis – a hidden beach side gem, and Colonia – a must see according to locals.  A highlight was the Plaza de...
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Massages in Thailand

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Regardless of what kind of massage you get in Thailand, this will happen to your face towards the end. As stretching is part of traditional Thai massage, they’ll also insist on doing orchestrated acrobatics with you which involves pulling and cracking your body in different ways that I guess must be pleasing to them.I met my favorite massage lady in Koh Phagnan about two weeks...
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Cordoba

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New month.  New city.  New neighbourhood.  Once again finding a spot to get water, do laundry, buy groceries, where my friends live and where everyone is going for cerveza.  And where’s my rain jacket.   Some pictures I took walking around the neighbourhood we live in.  (It was a holiday – labour day and some of the streets are emptier than usual) This picture at right...
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Happy 1 year anniversary to me

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Today marks a very special occasion that I would have forgotten about had I not looked at my TimeHop app this morning. One year ago today, I was creating this very blog and the Instagram to go along with it. And one year later, I am just as single as I was those 365 days ago. Go me. But instead of me being single in...
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