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Traveling for Work or Pleasure? How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep on the Road

Trips or vacations can be exhilarating and exciting with the thought of experiencing a new city or culture, even when they are beneficial for your career. People travel for a variety of reasons, from pleasure, medical, or professional. Whatever the nature of your trip, it is hard not to get excited for a break from the daily grind of a normal routine. A new location, food, and even conferences in your professional career. You get the opportunity to meet new people, reconnect with old friends, and try new things all in the same timeframe. There can be a downside to…

6 Things You Shouldn’t Do Abroad (But Probably Are)

Let’s be honest. Nobody takes the time to research things you shouldn’t do abroad anymore. That could be for various reasons: It doesn’t cross your mind; You think “not breaking the law” should be enough; Basic disinterest; It’s good that you took the time to research this as well. Most of the time people are just excited to travel. They look up everything, including but not limited to landmarks to see, the local cuisine and local tips, what they should pack for the trip, etc. You may find a few of these “things you shouldn’t do abroad” lists online. Probably…

Cornershop: The Time-Saving App That Brings Groceries to Your door in Mexico in only 60 min!

As someone who lives the digital nomad lifestyle, I’m all about efficiency when it comes to how I spend my time and I am always on the lookout for ways in which I can maximize these hours in my day.  As anyone who is living the kind of lifestyle will tell you, time is money and if you don’t work, you don’t earn, it is as simple as that. With this in mind, I have made efforts to minimize the time spent on the minutiae of life (and ones I especially don’t enjoy) and instead focus my efforts on working…

Must Have Gear for Family Hiking & Tips for Trekking with Kids

When setting off for a day or two of hiking with the family, there is some gear which is essential, especially if you’ll be doing any amount of trekking. While most of the gear you’ll bring along would be the same as if there were no kids in the hiking party, there are a few things you’ll want to have handy for the younger folks. If you are simply going to hike, the basic list will suffice, but if you will be trekking, don’t forget to search out the best hiking poles in appropriate sizes because you will really need…

Why Technology is the New Joint Bank Account

Not so long ago, the ultimate sign of commitment between couples involved the merging of their finances, but the creation of a brand spanking new joint bank account is no longer the gold standard of official coupledom. Older generations might scoff at the millennial notion of making things official on social media, but technology plays a much larger part in cementing a couple’s relationship than the mere mixing of their paychecks. It’s no surprise, though — tech plays such a significant role in our lives as individuals that it only makes sense for it to factor into our romantic lives.…

What is a Timeshare Exactly?

If you have ever been on vacation in a resort, you have probably been invited to attend a breakfast session to learn about the resort’s timeshare opportunities.  Like many people fresh off the plane and looking for some sun, you may have decided that you would rather spend that time at the beach.  Or, you may have automatically thought to yourself “there is no way that I could ever afford to own a piece of paradise!” and declined the invitation.  However, that extra hour of beach time may have cost you the opportunity to learn more about how a timeshare…

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…

6 Ways To Earn Extra Money For Holiday Travel

Do you need a little extra money for the added indulgences of the holiday season? Whether you want to earn the funds to make it to your big family Christmas across the country or you’re hoping to see the ball drop in Times Square, there are several creative ways that you can earn extra money for holiday travel. Take on these tasks for a few months as seasonal work and you may find a good fit that you stick with to make extra cash all year round. Try these opportunities to pad your wallet. Sell Your Wares on eBay Thoroughly clean…

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