Location independent movement is gaining traction and more people are considering this dynamic lifestyle. But what are the best digital nomad destinations? Where should you go in 2018?
No one owes you anything. You owe everything to yourself. Design your lifestyle.
What a year. Today, I’d like to recap and share my highlights, failures, successes and biggest life lessons of 2017. It’s been the best year so far but that doesn’t mean everything was going my way.
Productivity is often equated with busyness. You could be doing a lot of things at the same time and end up not accomplishing anything useful. Being productive means focusing on the right things and ignoring distractions. Even the best productivity tools won’t help you if you don’t understand the previous sentence.
Being a digital nomad is fun yet challenging. You have the freedom to do your job while seeing the world. However, there are challenges that might prove overwhelming at times, such as finding cheap airfare, reliable WiFi connection and the cost of living in your next destination.
It takes 21 days to form a habit. It’s the long-held belief of almost all people. However, a study from the University of London revealed that it will take between 18 to 264 days for people to form a habit, depending on the behavior of the person and the circumstances that surround him. Today I want to share the best habit forming apps to help you nail your goals this year.
I love minimal travel. I live off on a backpack and travel indefinitely. Therefore, I believe that to be able to live comfortably and travel the world, all you need is a spacious backpack and the essential possessions that will make you productive and carefree – the lesser, the better.
Today, I’d like to share some of the most life-changing alternatives to college, academy or university.
If you are not happy, rich, healthy or fulfilled, the problem is you. It may sound as I am arrogant and offensive but that is true. No one owes you anything.