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  • Remote Profile: Kelli Lampkin
    KELLI LAMPKINSOCIAL SELLING EXPERT, NETSUITE / ORACLEUSA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? With my role at NetSuite I was managing a sales territory for Eastern North America and I traveled to 15+ states in 2015 as a sales manager. I found myself looking up the cheapest flights to ... read more
    Source: Jo Robert Sprague – “Jo Sprague”Published on 2016-12-08By Carly Lockwood
    1 hour ago
  • Episode #6: Would You Know We’re Riding On The Marrakesh Express
    Rabat isn’t making our top 5 anytime soon, so we’re hopping on the [ultra express] train to see what the rest of the country has to offer. In this hypothetical scenario, we’re condensing our 5 weeks in Morocco into the ideal 14 day itinerary. Hints: there’s a food tour, questionable ... read more
    Source: Lauren Richards Jeff Hudson – A Gent And A BroadPublished on 2016-12-08By agent abroad
    6 hours ago
  • Lesson 7: People Are Always Watching
    Hey there kiddos! It’s been a bit – actually quite a bit longer than I wanted it to be before another check-in, and while I have plenty of goodness and funny lessons coming your way soon, the past couple weeks have been tough. The kind of tough that made me look {and ... read more
    Source: Caitlin Clarke – The Uncharted SoulPublished on 2016-12-08By Cait
    15 hours ago
  • Why Did People Stand Around on 9/11?
    “We resist change. Committing ourselves to a small change, even one that is unmistakably in our best interest, is often more frightening…Continue reading on Nomad Gonads » ... read more
    Source: Matt Rudnitsky – Nomad GonadsPublished on 2016-12-07By Matt Rudnitsky
    1 day ago
  • Remote Profile: Lauren Dunn
    LAUREN DUNNOWNER/PRINCIPLE CONSULTANT, OGEE CONSULTING LLCUSA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? I've always wanted to do a trip around the world while still having a reliable paycheck. I had been looking into planning a trip when I came across Remote Year.  At that time, one hurdle was ... read more
    Source: Jo Robert Sprague – “Jo Sprague”Published on 2016-12-07By Carly Lockwood
    1 day ago
  • Valencia
    Valencia is the best!  It has everything! I’m talking: THE PARK (a.k.a. Jardi del Turia) There used to be a river running through Valencia but the water was diverted to prevent floods. Through a citizen’s campaign in the 80s, the old river bed was converted to a park. It runs throughout ... read more
    Source: Kelly Tappel – Kelly’s Big AdventurePublished on 2016-12-07By ellyapple
    1 day ago
  • Lisbon
    Dia Bom Lisbon is quite renown for its famous seven hills. Walking them can definitely make you lose your breath but the constant sunshine makes you forget that you are breathing hard. Lisbon’s weather is like Southern California’s weather so naturally I fell in love with the place.  The people there ... read more
    Source: Scott Reilly – Remote Travel BlogPublished on 2016-12-07By Scott Reilly
    1 day ago
  • When the hell did I become a capsule wardrobe person?
    Hey - remember when I spent 8 months complaining about my (literal) capsule wardrobe and how I was so sick of the same three outfits etc etc etc?I was so full of it. Here I am, sitting in the fashion capital of the universe, finding that I wear a version of ... read more
    Source: Taylor Coil – “Colloquial.ly”Published on 2016-12-07By Taylor Coil
    1 day ago
  • Spent the day scootin’ and hiking – discovering the most…
    Spent the day scootin’ and hiking - discovering the most beautiful views and churches on Marjan Hill. . . . . . #remoteyear #discover #travel #explore #view #hike #beautiful #digitalnomad #split #croatia #marjan #church (at Park Šuma Marjan, Južna Strana) ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2016-12-07
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  • Casablanca
    While the Cubs prepare to take on the Indians in Game 7 of the World Series, a fellow American and I are taking a seat at a small café in…Continue reading on Future Travel » ... read more
    Source: Sam Eichner – Some Millennial DudePublished on 2016-12-07By Some Millennial Dude
    1 day ago
  • Where did the year go?
    Historically for myself, this time of year has been filled with the traditions of North America. The glut of food. Black Friday deals for things you absolutely do not need. Christmas parties. Joyous times in cozy bars. Decorations. The smell of wood burning stoves. The hustle and bustle of present buying. ... read more
    Source: Ben Schmidtke – “Beard and Boots”Published on 2016-12-07By beardandboots
    1 day ago
  • Election Day Date
    It’s been a minute since I wrote a post and trust me, a lot has happened from when I left Croatia until now. I’ve been living in Southeast Asia for a little over a month and damn dude this place is amazing. How have I never been here before? After ... read more
    Source: Casey Hekker – A Case For LovePublished on 2016-12-07By c
    2 days ago
  • Gayatri Datar: Improving health and living conditions in Rwanda, one floor at a time
    Imagine having to clean a dirt floor. I ask myself, is that even possible? Dirt is inherently dirty, so how can it be cleaned? Well, 80% of Rwandans face this challenge every day. To tackle this issue, Gayatri (Gaya) Datar is providing clean, durable, earthen floors to low-income Rwandans through ... read more
    Source: Christine Barnum – “Impact Beacon”Published on 2016-12-07By Sarah Rogers
    2 days ago
  • Cape Town, South Africa
    South Africa has captured my imagination for almost 15 years. After spending a month in New Zealand South Africa seemed a natural follow up as an English-speaking, far away destination with natural intrigue and not too many people. Much like New Zealand, South Africa seemed mysterious for its reclusive nature which ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2016-12-07By Reid Peryam
    2 days ago
  • Casablanca
    While the Cubs prepare to take on the Indians in Game 7 of the World Series, a fellow American and I are taking a seat at a small café in…Continue reading on » ... read more
    Source: Sam Eichner – Some Millennial DudePublished on 2016-12-06By Some Millennial Dude
    2 days ago