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London for the location independent professional: a guide

Part of the appeal of being a location independent professional (aka digital nomad, remote worker, etc) is that you can visit any place in the world and be able to enjoy yourself irrespective of cost, as you can earn an income as you travel. London has become one of the more popular destinations on Earth for laptop-toting travelers, as its significant attractions, world-class dining scene, and robust business climate has drawn them here in droves. If you hope to join them in the near future, here is what this city has to offer digital workers. Where to stay If you…

Fun and Alternative Company Away Day Ideas

It’s difficult to think of alternative company away day ideas. However, leading internal and external door specialists Oakwood Doors have put together some of the most creative and exciting ways to enjoy your time out of the office! Create a Company Calendar Creating a calendar for the workplace is a highly entertaining way to spend your company away day! Colleagues must work together to produce creative visions for the next working year calendar. Imagination and creativity is essential in the organisation of each shot. You could make the event more competitive by splitting the office into teams who will each…

From Fitness Trainer to Making Over $100,000 a Year – My 6 Tips To Succeed At Anything

I graduated from college in 2010 with a degree in Exercise Physiology. If you don’t know what that is, think glorified personal trainer if you don’t carry on to medical school or physical therapy school (I didn’t do either). The economy sucked, and the last thing people wanted to do was spend money when they were losing it, especially on luxury services like personal trainers. That being the case, I decided I didn’t want to be a personal trainer for the rest of my life either nor be a slave at some new job outside my area of study to prove to someone…

Very Different Ways Of Escaping The 9-5

Jobs … they’re the ball and chain around our ankles. To live we need food and shelter, and for food and shelter we need money, and for money we need to work. Like death, taxes and reality TV, employment is simply something in life that cannot be avoided. If you’ve got the wandering gene, you’re probably frustrated that your job ties you to one place. But is it possible to combine travel and work. Here are some people who’ve escaped the shackles of the office. 1. A Way With Words For Christopher Niven-Brady, the 9-5 is but a distant memory.…

How Do Travel Bloggers Make Money?

When it comes to traveling, there is one question I always get, “How can you afford to do it so much?”. While this was my most pondered questioned as well a couple years back when I saw all these scurvy bastard travel bloggers living the dream, I have gotten creative in the way I earn an income, and now, I have joined their slimy ranks. The main takeaway from this post is that while it looks like us travel bloggers are just perpetually on vacation, we are in fact working part of the time as well, so if you can…

Top Tips to Keep Your Business Alive While Travelling

With virtually all forms of communication now easily accessible from your pocket, spending extended periods of time away from home no longer means you have to shut down your business. It’s entirely possible – and in fact, relatively easy – to keep your company ticking over. You just need to stay savvy and ensure you are fully prepared. Here are a few tips for how you can do that.    Start thinking mobile Gone are the days when an office was simply confined to a single building. With the onset of mobile technology and cloud computing, your office is now…

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