Kaizen

  • A few of my favorite things
    The most useful stuff I brought on Remote Year (so far)me when i remember that i thought i needed a travel-sized foam rollerWhen it came to packing for Remote Year, I was just as clueless as everyone else. I read blogs, watched vlogs, and scoured through Amazon until my eyes physically hurt. ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-07-17By Michael Constable
    4 days ago
  • A few of my favorite things
    The most useful stuff I brought on Remote Year (so far)me when i remember that i thought i needed a travel-sized foam rollerWhen it came to packing for Remote Year, I was just as clueless as everyone else. I read blogs, watched vlogs, and scoured through Amazon until my eyes physically hurt. ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-07-16By Michael Constable
    4 days ago
  • L is for Lisbon.
    Q u o t e  o f  t h e  d a y: "Everything has changed and yet I am more me than I've ever been." -- Iain ThomasWhat's HappeningIn true Milena fashion, I fell head over heels for Prague and then moved on quickly when the next best thing ... read more
    Source: Milena Stancati – wanderLANIPublished on 2017-07-13
    1 week ago
  • Week 10
    This was the week I’ve been waiting for! My best friend Ilana and her mom (my second mom) Sonia finally came to visit! ff To be honest, besides seeing their lovely faces, hearing the New York accent and getting to blabber and debate all of the things going on back ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2017-07-13By dbakirtjy
    1 week ago
  • Attention as currency
    Today we are living faster lives - more connected and more globally than ever before. Technology has afforded us instant access the collective knowledge of mankind. We can maintain contact with then entire world at the touch of a button from practically anywhere. We can access services and run businesses ... read more
    Source: Josh Bondy – #votejosh2020Published on 2017-07-04By Josh Bondy
    2 weeks ago
  • Back That Month Up | Lisbon
    The people, places, and things that had me spending some serious time in the infamous #GrowthZoneWhile you’re on RY, you often get asked what has been your favorite city, which leads you to do a mental comparison of all of the places you have been. The question gets asked by ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-07-03By Michael Constable
    2 weeks ago
  • Week 9
    Lisboa is a really interesting place, especially after coming from Prague. As much as Prague was organized, clean, efficient, and put together, Lisbon is the exact opposite. I’ve often found myself describing it to friends as contained chaos. The people are loud, gregarious and emotional, the streets are a disorganized ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2017-06-20By dbakirtjy
    1 month ago
  • Week 8
    My last week in Prague had me wishing I was staying here longer. This city is really so incredible- I could easily see myself living here long-term. Having an office here was also a giant win- as much as I enjoy being around people with such a diverse group of ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2017-06-20By dbakirtjy
    1 month ago
  • First Impressions | Lisbon
    The pressure to love Lisbon is on and it is fierce…You know when someone has a YouTube video that they want you to watch sooo badly and they SWEAR it is hysterical and that you are going to absolutely LOVE it?And somehow the more they tell you how much you’re going to ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-06-08By Michael Constable
    1 month ago
  • Visiting Normandy 73 Years After D-Day
    Because some side trips deserve their own postomaha beachIf I had to guess where my fascination with WWII and D-Day comes from, I would say that it probably stems from my childhood. When I was younger, the only R-rated movies that my dad would let me to watch were of a ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-06-06By Michael Constable
    1 month ago
  • Back That Month Up | Prague
    The people, places, and things that made the magical city of Prague feel like homeThe theme of Month 2’s pre-recap reflection is routine.I have historically been so helplessly owned by my routines that even the slightest deviation from them can send me into a tailspin for a couple days, maybe even a week.My ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-06-02By Michael Constable
    2 months ago
  • Back That Month Up | Prague
    The people, places, and things that made the magical city of Prague feel like homeThe theme of Month 2’s pre-recap reflection is routine.I have historically been so helplessly owned by my routines that even the slightest deviation from them can send me into a tailspin for a couple days, maybe even a week.My ... read more
    Source: Michael Constable – ATEXPATPublished on 2017-06-01By Michael Constable
    2 months ago
  • Week 7
    It’s happened. I’ve gained the Prague 10. I know you all are probably rolling your eyes like oh this toothpick has nothing to complain about, but despite your brush-offs, it’s true. After six weeks of eating and drinking everything in sight and not putting enough emphasis on sleep (and completely dropping all physical ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2017-05-31By dbakirtjy
    2 months ago
  • Week 6
    It’s my second week in Prahahaha and I’m still completely charmed. The more I explore the more I absolutely love it here. Despite being warned that the people can be a little standoffish, everyone I’ve met has been very warm and friendly and walking around is like walking through a ... read more
    Source: Dana Bakirtjy – Dana Went WherePublished on 2017-05-31By dbakirtjy
    2 months ago
  • A tale of two breweries
    As a part of our Remote Year they organise ‘Local tracks’, organised activities designed to immerse us in the culture of our current environment. They are loosely based around tourist activities but ones that are not so common or as easily accessible. For example this week we did a walking ... read more
    Source: Josh Bondy – #votejosh2020Published on 2017-05-19By Josh Bondy
    2 months ago