Kublai

  • Does Text Therapy Really Work? I Tried It, And Accidentally Ghosted My Therapist.
    In the course of my 26 years on this planet, 10-ish of them spent dating, I’ve been ghosted more times than I’d like to  count. The most notable phantoms were the ex-lacrosse player I shared a passionate night with and never heard from again (…. clearly it wasn’t as passionate ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-08-29By Zo
    4 weeks ago
  • How To Have The Perfect Solo Day in Bondi Beach
    As a practice, solo travel isn’t really my thing. BUT, when I’m traveling with a group (which, on Remote Year, happens All. The. Time), I try to carve out a few hours for myself so I can take in a little #metime and experience a place exactly how I want ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-08-28By Zo
    4 weeks ago
  • Rokk3r Labs Global Entrepreneurship Series: Andre Croft de Moura, CEO of Pro-Drone
    Pro-Drone's mission is to revolutionize how wind turbines are inspected by bringing them into the 21st century. More on Pro-Drone: http://www.pro-drone.eu/ Rokk3r Labs has set out to not only disrupt the status quo, but also people's perceptions of where technology, innovation, and company building is happening.Permalink ... read more
    Source: Jide Adebayo – Food For ThoughtPublished on 2017-08-24By Jide Adebayo
    4 weeks ago
  • This All-Natural Physical Sunscreen Will Legit Change Your Life
    Beauty products weigh a lot (side note, can someone do something about this??), which means that as a traveler I have to be really, really discerning about what I take with me and what I decide to ditch. I started the year with nearly 20 pounds of makeup, skincare and ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-08-24By Zo
    4 weeks ago
  • Hip Hops Hooray: My Beer Bath Interview in Prague
    Splashing around in boozy baths is my thing, so when I discovered something called a beer bath in Prague, it became a must-try.  Being the maximizer I am, I combined my “21 Questions” game like interview with Life and Purpose Coach Amanda Davilla and bath time. Soaking in hops, drinking a ... read more
    Source: Carin Skowronsky – Pairs Well WithPublished on 2017-08-23By pairswellwith@gmail.com
    1 month ago
  • 9 Tips For Visiting Iceland’s Blue Lagoon
    The Blue Lagoon is basically the Disneyland of Iceland. It’s touristy AF, and happens to be 100% manmade (who knew?!), but is also one of those “you’ve gotta do it because everyone else has done it and Instagrammed about it” things that we all end up doing while traveling. And as much as ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-08-23By Zo
    1 month ago
  • Shut Up and Groove
    I’ve partied on remote islands in Asia, fortresses in Serbia, and celebrity VIP sections in Miami Beach. But nothing holds a candle to turning up in the middle of a deep, pitch black forest, somewhere near Prague, Czech Republic. *Disclaimer, my momma called me and asked that I tone down ... read more
    Source: Jide Adebayo – Food For ThoughtPublished on 2017-08-23By Jide Adebayo
    1 month ago
  • 4 Days And The Coolest Activities EVER in Iceland
    My curiosity about Iceland was piqued the first time I heard the gorgeous blonde girl in D2: The Mighty Ducks explain that  “Greenland is covered in Ice but Iceland is actually very nice.” It took me 20ish years to get there, but by the time I did it was the coolest ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-08-21By Zo
    1 month ago
  • I Felt The Rains Down in Africa (Days 1-2)
    Earlier this week on Pairs Well With… I shared my day three through five experiences in Marrakech, most of which were quite enjoyable.  It was the first couple days that hit the hardest. Maybe it was the intense culture shock, extreme heat, or maybe I was all in my head. ... read more
    Source: Carin Skowronsky – Pairs Well WithPublished on 2017-08-20By pairswellwith@gmail.com
    1 month ago
  • A Peek Behind the Curtain: My Long-Term Travel Beauty & Self Care Regimen and Financial Management Strategy
    Aside from what it’s like to date while traveling, which you can read more about here, I get a lot of questions around my general lifestyle choices – from my exercise and beauty regimen to how I manage my finances while on the road. As of today, I’ve been on ... read more
    Source: Christina Thelin – A Gilded GlobePublished on 2017-08-19By agildedglobe
    1 month ago
  • To Gondola or Get Lost
      Venice, Italy is a truly special place that is sinking and may not always be there.  The city on the water is a place known as one of the most romantic cities in the world. A gondola ride through the Grand Canal will show you just a piece of the ... read more
    Source: Sasha Sook – Free To WanderPublished on 2017-08-17By sashasook
    1 month ago
  • Sintra Is Freaking Beautiful and Here Are The Pics To Prove It
    Living in a city for a month is a really weird thing. On the one hand, it sounds like a really long time to be in one place. But when you factor in the fact that you spend the majority of your time doing “real life stuff” — like working, doing your laundry ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-08-17By Zo
    1 month ago
  • Amsterdam
    Amsterdam is full of B (Buds, boats, babes, beers, bikes). You can experience whatever you are looking for.  I almost forgot to say beauty and boy does it have that! What you don’t expect is to fall in love with it’s charm and chill AF vibes.  A day spent with ... read more
    Source: Sasha Sook – Free To WanderPublished on 2017-08-15By sashasook
    1 month ago
  • I Felt The Rains Down In Africa (Days 3 & 4)
    As I mentioned in the first part of this story, I decided to write it backward for a number of different reasons, the most important being that I left Marrakech on so much more of a positive note than when I arrived. The middle few days in Africa yielded laughs, adventure ... read more
    Source: Carin Skowronsky – Pairs Well WithPublished on 2017-08-15By pairswellwith@gmail.com
    1 month ago
  • White Port And Tonic Is The Best Drink EVER That You Probably Haven’t Tried Yet
    I first discovered Port during a trip Portugal last fall, when my boyfriend James, his mom, and I did a tasting in the Douro Valley. I learned two things that afternoon: 1)I really, really like port wine and 2)Port wine is really alcoholic. A little background: Port wine isn’t a regular ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2017-08-15By Zo
    1 month ago