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  • A Sentence for Each Month
    Let’s do something fun and easy. A one sentence recap of each month. Or a few sentences. Brevity is not my strength. To keep things interesting, I’ll add some pictures. Because we all like pictures. Click on them to make them bigger. Let’s start with pre-RY life: Family, friends, comfort, and ... read more
    Source: Jessica Schlauderaff – Life Lived HerePublished on 2016-09-25By Jessica
    8 hours ago
  • Day 121 | September 24
    Much to my annoyance I got a really late start to the day. I was planning on getting brunch at the nearby and aptly named Brunch Cafe but that was completely overrun when I got there. With nothing else to do and no backup plan I just started wandering. I ... read more
    Source: Ben Engen – A Step that TravelsPublished on 2016-09-25By Nomad
    14 hours ago
  • I HIKED
    If you follow me on any social media platform, you know by now that I went for a hike.Though a regular occurrence in the lives of deranged people, I don't hike. The last time I REALLY hiked is when I ended up climbing a waterfall outside of Luang Prabang, Laos ... read more
    Source: Lindsay Orr – Just BailPublished on 2016-09-25By Lindsay Orr
    15 hours ago
  • Day 120 | September 23
    Literally did nothing today. I had a big undertaking to do for work that I also found very interesting so I started working on that when I woke up and the next time I looked up it was almost 4p and I was starving. As usual, every GD place in ... read more
    Source: Ben Engen – A Step that TravelsPublished on 2016-09-24By Nomad
    2 days ago
  • Day 119 | September 22
    First day of fall and it almost, almost, felt like it in Lisbon. A little bit cooler at least. Started the day late and walked over to this little cafe kiosk on Praca do Municipio for a quick espresso before continuing on to Galerias to work. Spent basically all day ... read more
    Source: Ben Engen – A Step that TravelsPublished on 2016-09-24By Nomad
    2 days ago
  • My one real week in London
    This is the third post about London, and I haven’t even mentioned the actual place we were living, which had very mixed reviews. The Collective is a dorm-style building made for young professionals. The rooms are minimalist, but provide everything you need. I’ve heard comparisons between the rooms to cruise ship ... read more
    Source: Paige Soucie – The Entrepreneurial NomadPublished on 2016-09-23By Paige
    2 days ago
  • A must watch short film on the reality of what masculinity and…
    A must watch short film on the reality of what masculinity and homophobia look like in America. ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2016-09-23
    2 days ago
  • Monday August 29, 2016
    That's the official halfway point of Remote Year. I don't know who took the time to figure it out, but gracias.As emotional, reflective, and introspective statuses and photos filled my newsfeed that day, I wondered how I would mark this momentous occasion. I've decided to commemorate the halfway mark by talking ... read more
    Source: Lindsay Orr – Just BailPublished on 2016-09-23By Lindsay Orr
    3 days ago
  • Tradition, Travels and Tea
    I've been away for four weeks already and time is flying. I feel a little like Alice in Wonderland, a small girl in a big place, learning something new around every corner, making new friends everywhere I go and still wondering if this is real life. No doubt, I miss ... read more
    Source: Sam Schaible – A Remote RoutinePublished on 2016-09-23By Samantha Schaible
    3 days ago
  • Yes and thank you. Delicious 😋 snacks at Lepaq Lepaq #yum #nom…
    Yes and thank you. Delicious 😋 snacks at Lepaq Lepaq #yum #nom #chocolate #malaysia (at Lepaq Lepaq) ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2016-09-23
    3 days ago
  • Reasons my Dad is Better-Than-You
    You guys, London was weird.We were all living in the same building, and oh yeah the building also happened to be our “work space” and OH YEAH we were an hour tube ride from central London.Wat. London was also very “normal.” It was like, a bigger, 8 billion times ... read more
    Source: Angela Sandall – The Ramble and the GrindPublished on 2016-09-22By Angela
    3 days ago
  • hashtagbyenoe: Portriat of Adam Lauer….
    hashtagbyenoe: Portriat of Adam Lauer. @nomadsandwonders Thanks for the awesome pic!  ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2016-09-22
    3 days ago
  • Day 118 | September 21
    Swung by Copenhagen Coffee Lab to keep my streak alive but took my coffee to go today as we were having one of our business development breakfasts this morning to discuss time management techniques. I advocated for my approach of sitting down and working until you die but I don’t ... read more
    Source: Ben Engen – A Step that TravelsPublished on 2016-09-22By Nomad
    3 days ago
  • #8: Venue Finder Natalie, Remote Year Cousteau
    In today’s episode, I’ll be interviewing Natalie Underwood, an entrepreneur who has a venue finding business. Think of her as the Indiana Jones for event venues. She travels the world finding interesting hotels for her clients to hold events and conferences. Natalie has a really interesting job and shares what ... read more
    Source: Charles Du – NomadCharlesPublished on 2016-09-22By rscience@gmail.com
    4 days ago
  • Week 27: Whoa-Oh, We’re Halfway There (AKA Serbtember)
    We hit the halfway mark this week. Six months down on this crazy adventure, six months to go. Time is playing tricks on me: it feels like I’ve been gone a lifetime, and also like it’s flying by. Each month seems shorter and shorter, saying goodbye to a new favorite ... read more
    Source: Marina Lvova – Marina LvovaPublished on 2016-09-22By marinalvova
    4 days ago