Top Digital Nomad Friendly Airports Worldwide

The Digital Nomad’s Guide to the Top Airports in the World One of the great things about being a digital nomad and living and working anywhere is that you get to travel. Of course, this means spending time in various airports as you go from one glorious destination to the next. So, which ones are best when it comes to … Read More

A Pre-Travel Checklist – Some things to do before traveling

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There are a few things I do each time before I leave on a trip to make sure that I have no hiccups and can continue to keep my schedule, life, and work – in continuous flow.  Here is my travel checklist and some tips I’d like to share. 1. Check Schedule & Calendar  Staying productive from anywhere is the … Read More

My first trip to Spain vs. my most recent trip – a 20 year comparison

Less than 20 years ago, I took my first trip to Spain.  Today, I arrived again in Spain.  But this time, the trip was completely different.  I made a list on the plane of some of the differences.  The future of travel is exciting, thanks to technology many barriers we used to face are being removed. My first trip to … Read More

Managing your finances while living working remotely

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I am not a huge fan of Bank of America (or any giant bank for that matter).   BofA caused my loan to default after almost a decade of no late payments due to someone leaving who was handling my refinance.  Their internal processes were broken.  In the middle of the process, they sold my home loan to another bank. But, I still … Read More

Why Hostels are Great Places to Stay

Hostal el Patagonico, hostel in patagonia, puerto natales

Hostels in the US are not very common.  There’s a perception as well about hostels for many in the US.   They aren’t clean, your stuff will get stolen, etc.  But, I’ve stayed in hundreds of hostels all over the world and I dig hostels.  Here’s why: meet people from all over the world never feel like you’re traveling alone … Read More

Tell Your Story! Travels of Marco Polo

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I was recently in the archaeological museum in Montreal at a Marco Polo exhibit.  I didn’t know much about Marco Polo until this exhibit.  But what I learned inspired me.  There were many explorers and adventurers.   What is so interesting to me, side note, is that every one has a different story about the past.  Some people didn’t believe … Read More

Every bit of the experience IS the experience

Some people would say I’m not seeing enough. There are bus tours, walking tours, shops!But the entire experience to me is all part of it. Yes I worked until 3 pm today in the hostel.  I only just came out of my hole.But, I walked onto the cobblestone streets of the one of the oldest cities in North America.I’m at … Read More

How baby boomers can work remotely from the Internet

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If you are a baby boomer, then you face some unique issues when it comes to work. Those of you who have had a job for 20 or 30 years (or more) are usually ready to retire, but aren’t necessarily ready to not work either because you don’t want a lot of free time on your hands or you can’t … Read More