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  • United States Bachelorette Parties
    Since posting the guide to Midwest Bachelorette parties I have received a lot of interest.  Here are my top picks for bachelorette party locations around the United States. Nashville: For your country loving bride Las Vegas: For your party girl Napa/Sonoma: For a classy, sophisticated, more expensive party New Orleans: For ... read more
    Source: Sasha Sook – Free To WanderPublished on 2017-10-17By sashasook
    22 hours ago
  • The 3/2/2/1 Method: Using Self-Awareness to Work Well Remotely
    On any given weekday, I work for approximately eight hours. You might say this is average. Normal, for American standards. There’s just one caveat—I work remotely, from different places almost every day, all over the world, with a program called Remote Year. I move to a different international city once ... read more
    Source: Margot Mazur – Margot’s MediumPublished on 2017-10-17By Margot Mazur
    1 day ago
  • This is rape.
    Today, I will talk about…RAPE I wish I could give it more spaces.I am a coward. I am unworthy.  It has been 14 years and I haven’t spoken publicly about my truth. I am terrified right now. My fingers can’t even reach the keyboard.  Welcome to my life. My beautiful life ... read more
    Source: Janaki Desai – Soul the SeasPublished on 2017-10-17By Janaki Desai
    1 day ago
  • The 3/2/2/1 Method: Using Self-Awareness to Work Well Remotely
    On any given weekday, I work for approximately eight hours. You might say this is average. Normal, for American standards. There’s just one caveat—I work remotely, from different places almost every day, all over the world, with a program called Remote Year. I move to a different international city once ... read more
    Source: Margot Mazur – Margot’s MediumPublished on 2017-10-17By Margot Mazur
    1 day ago
  • Gettin’ Salty in Bolivia: What to do in and around Uyuni
    B’oh-liviaaaaaa! *sung to the tune of the Activia commercials in the US from 5 years ago* Have you heard of this place? I had, but never put it on a list, never thought I’d be hand-standing (then falling) on salt, and certainly never thought I’d book a five day trip ... read more
    Source: Lauren Bernal – Your Travel Blog SucksPublished on 2017-10-17By Lauren Bernal
    1 day ago
  • Me Too — So What?
    Me Too — So What?Yesterday, after 42 hours of traveling from London to Doha to Cape Town, I got on Facebook to see “Me Too” posted throughout my timeline, by woman after woman after woman.Helpfully, one friend included this note with hers:If all the women, femmes, and non-binary folks who have been sexually harassed or ... read more
    Source: Katherine Conaway – “Katherine Conaway”Published on 2017-10-17By Katherine Conaway
    1 day ago
  • Design gonzo: Non-places in hot and cold places
    It was a hot August morning in a busy Portuguese town when I opened the door to my first experience in a co-working space. Tens of people frantically clicking trackpads and typing with purpose, some talking in a nearly-shouting voice to their headsets trying to put out a really important ... read more
    Source: Mikko Pitkänen – Mikko PitkänenPublished on 2017-10-17By Mikko Pitkänen
    2 days ago
  • ALQUÉZAR
    Nestled into a limestone outcropping in the foothills of the Spanish Pyrenees, adjacent to the dramatic Rio Vero gorge is the impressive Aragonese town of Alquézar. Founded at the beginning of the 9th century, Alquézar's name derives from the Arabic al qacr meaning fort or castle for the hilltop fortress that the city eventually ... read more
    Source: Kalina Kheirolomoom – Hello KalinaPublished on 2017-10-17By ALQUÉZAR, SPAIN
    2 days ago
  • #nyc 🌻 . . . . . #sunflower #newyork #monday #flowers #october…
    #nyc 🌻 . . . . . #sunflower #newyork #monday #flowers #october #eastvillage (at East Village, Manhattan) ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2017-10-16
    2 days ago
  • It’s Who You’re With
    I just took my bag down from the overhead compartment of a train and my umbrella switfly propelled out, both hitting and waking up a sleeping Japanese man."Gomen-nassai! Sumimasen! Okinamayaki! GYOZA!"After mumbling every Japanese phrase I could remember (note: via the links above, you can tell that they didn't all ... read more
    Source: Lauren Bernal – Your Travel Blog SucksPublished on 2017-10-16By Lauren Bernal
    2 days ago
  • Day 291
    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 ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-10-16By erinbozarth
    3 days ago
  • Day 290
    I have had at least one slice of carrot cake in each place we’ve been, and today I had the very best carrot cake of them ALL in a bustling cafe in Bangsar (and I embarrassingly told this to the girl who took my plate away and she was basically ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-10-16By erinbozarth
    3 days ago
  • Day 289
    The freakiest thing about my Friday the 13th was the fact that I was the last one in the workspace, eating sushi and taking a 10:30pm call, plus how many Uber drivers canceled on me when I was leaving work at midnight. ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-10-16By erinbozarth
    3 days ago
  • The Questions I Keep Answering about My Remote Year Experience
    As I’ve been reconnecting with friends and family around the country, I’ve found that the same questions keep popping up about my 12 months of traveling with Remote Year. I find myself kinda glazing over and starting to give the same rote answers, which is never a good way to ... read more
    Source: Erica Brooks – Unraveled TravelsPublished on 2017-10-14By Erica
    4 days ago
  • Day 288
    I attended, and forgot my phone at (hence the photo), a workspace Town Hall meeting/presentation, and after the meeting I voluntarily + calmly ate a slice of four-chili pizza that brought grown men to tears, after which I was told I “took it to a whole new level for a white ... read more
    Source: Erin Bozarth – a sentence a day keeps the crazy at bayPublished on 2017-10-13By erinbozarth
    6 days ago