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  • Ohhh We’re Halfway There
    The end of our Prague month marked the official halfway point in my year abroad! Our Europe leg is definitely going by faster than the South America leg, which I expected and honestly, I’m fine with. I want to wait for the full Europe reflection until we’ve wrapped up Croatia ... read more
    Source: Kendall Reed – “One Year Four Corners”Published on 2016-08-24By one year - four corners
    4 hours ago
  • Skydiving Klatovy, Czech Republic
    Jacek, Signe, Kelly, Travis, Miranda, Samantha, Eric, Paige, Brecht, Adam and I! First time I leapt from a moving plane was in 2004, for cousin Rebecca’s birthday.  We had a huge crew and it was one of the best days of my life! 2004, Perris Valley, California When I ... read more
    Source: Matt Sherwood – Matt SherwoodPublished on 2016-08-24By Matt Sherwood
    7 hours ago
  • My Favorite Bit of Poetry
    Once I typed out my favorite poem for a dear friend as art. I used an old typewriter. In fact, it had a sheet in the wheel that was filled with cheers that I had typed out from middle school. Yes, I've always been this level of intense organization and ... read more
    Source: Michelle Sander – lomicsaPublished on 2016-08-24By Michelle Sander
    9 hours ago
  • The Third Month of Remote Year: Morocco
    This country has so much more than you can imagine.Continue reading on Go Remote » ... read more
    Source: Jo Robert Sprague – “Jo Sprague”Published on 2016-08-24By Cassie Matias
    9 hours ago
  • “The Third Month of Remote Year: Morocco” in Go Remote
    This country has so much more than you can imagine.Continue reading on Go Remote » ... read more
    Source: Cassie Matias – Cassie MatiasPublished on 2016-08-24By Cassie Matias
    9 hours ago
  • The Traveller vs The RY’er
    The very premise of the Remote Year programme speaks to me in ways that travelling by myself, or with friendsnevercould. Actually, ‘never’ is a really long time….Let’s alter that sentence to say ‘doesn’t currently’.I thought that it was only recently that I had become comfortable enough in my own company ... read more
    Source: Carly Gilbert – Little Digital NomadPublished on 2016-08-24
    10 hours ago
  • So I’m going to run a half-marathon
    Yesterday, I signed up for my first half-marathon. In Angkor Wat. In 3 months. 😱Continue reading on » ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2016-08-24By Katherine Conaway
    14 hours ago
  • Yeah — I would be curious to see the list and what gets the most “upvotes” or whatever.
    I think that’s one of the biggest challenges when it comes to trying to summarize RY is that there’s just so much going on personally…Continue reading on » ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2016-08-24By Katherine Conaway
    15 hours ago
  • A look at where we live and work in London
    Hard to believe we’re nearly done with London and a quarter of the way through our whole Remote Year program… In keeping with my tradition from Prague and Belgrade I’ve put together a short video to give you a flavor for our living and work situation here: One of the ... read more
    Source: Sean Tierney – Scrollin’ on DubsPublished on 2016-08-24By sean
    17 hours ago
  • It’s hitting me. I can feel it.
    Waves of emotions have started to come and go in these last few days as the preparation for my Remote Year intensifies. Everything around me looks and feels a little different, and I find myself pausing at random moments throughout the day to either pay closer attention to my surroundings ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2016-08-23
    1 day ago
  • The ‘Digital Nomad’
    Over the last few years, I have been in a constant state of trying to describe to strangers, friends and family what it is that I actually do for a living…and, how I do it. My desk isn’t a permanent space in a nine-to-five office which my parents generation would ... read more
    Source: Carly Gilbert – Little Digital NomadPublished on 2016-08-23
    1 day ago
  • #famous
    I was recently interviewed for my university’s magazine, one step towards becoming an international traveler blogger (that’s what this means…. right?) Transcribed here:     Growing up in a family that enjoyed travel, Casey Hekker’11 developed a love for exploring the world at an early age.  That passion deepened ... read more
    Source: Casey Hekker – Casey HekkerPublished on 2016-08-23By c
    1 day ago
  • Stars, Silhouettes, and Cloud-Racing in the Atacama Desert
    Long before GPS and modern satellite imaging, sea-based navigators and land-based farmers simply observed the stars in the night sky, using…Continue reading on Go Remote » ... read more
    Source: Jo Robert Sprague – “Jo Sprague”Published on 2016-08-23By Johnson
    2 days ago
  • The Confession
    When I first began this journey around the world, I was praised for sharing every thought and feeling on my blog…well, praised by most. Frankly, my mother was mortified. Then I went radio silent. As most of you guessed, I fell off the no booze and boys wagon after a ... read more
    Source: Joelle Pitman – La Joie de VivrePublished on 2016-08-23By Joelle Pittman
    2 days ago
  • The Best SIM Card in Morocco (And How I’m Using My Phone Abroad With T-Mobile)
    The most helpful tool I have abroad has to be my phone. Part camera, part window into social lives of my colleagues, clients and community, part map, (and the other part translator!) it makes me feel like I’ve only just stepped away from my regular life in the United States, but ... read more
    Source: Dana Reinert – Track DanaPublished on 2016-08-23By Dana
    2 days ago