For real! After spending 2+ weeks zigzagging the Midwest through South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa and Illinois to spend time with family, I’m back to home WiFi, and not asking for a password. 😂 That aside, I’m immensely grateful for a mobile field of work that allows me to have geographic flexibility to be with the people near and dear to my heart. We danced, we ate (ohhhh, boy, did we eat alllll the foods), we threw axes, we did face masks while bingeing bad reality tv, we laughed, we cried, and a million other things that made up a collection of memories that are worth more than all the money in the world. 💕 ••• #summer#joblove#entrepreneur#smallbusiness#remotework#whereiwork#reallife#funnybuttrue
Let´s sit back and get #inspired to start writing...So, when this happens, what is the first thing that comes to your mind??? a voice in my head says:
"YOU NEED COFFEE"... that magical Bean Juice that makes your brain start working and your motors running properly...
"But things just get so crazy, living life gets hard to do...And I would gladly hit the road, get up and go if I knew..That someday it would lead me back to you.." - #sundaymorning#marron5 -
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Alas, this journey comes to an end: my finale blog post of my unemployment journey. (Link in bio) Remote Year has been so transformative in so many ways and I’m still surprised at all the lessons I continue to learn as I’m settling back in. Travel does that to you - plucks you up from the comfort of your home, job and even values and makes you re-examine them as I have done and I’ve realized many of those values weren’t necessarily the best way to live. As I said in my final farewell to my Llamas in Mexico City: Thank you for making me realize all the things I didn’t know I wanted to do in my life and then giving me courage to check them off my list. This unemployment journey taught me I would rather hear “no” a thousand times than to look back and regret not trying at all. I failed numerous times but all of it made that final “yes” just that much sweeter. 📸: @heycassie#remoteyear#rydenali#quittingmyjob#findingajob#remotejob#remotework#tramily#unemployment#jobsearch#jobs#workinglady#travel#blogger#travelthoughts#vienna#austria#sidetrip
How many times have you had an idea that you got excited about and then something sucked all that energy out of you? Why is it that we let outside forces drain our energies? .
We need to stop letting others dissuade us from doing what we genuinely want to do. At least try. Why come up with exciting ideas and not use them? There isn’t a business out there that doesn’t have competition. Look at Space X. They came along with the idea that they could improve on space travel. Airbnb showed the world that we could travel differently. Zoom found a way to make video conferencing easier. Uber said paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for taxicab medallions was absurd. The point is all of these successful businesses had an idea and bypassed the competition to do their own thing - their way. Of course, these businesses are large, but the concepts really aren’t. Each one of their founders woke up one day with an idea and decided to take the next step. .
Are you ready to take your next step?
Want to learn what #remotework is all about? Here are 7 of the most recommended books 📚 by remote leaders:
1. From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams, by Mark Kilby and Johanna Rothman
2. Remote, by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, founders of 37 signals, now known as Basecamp
3. Thinking Remote, by Pilar Orti and Maya Middlemiss
4. Work Together Anywhere, by Lisette Sutherland
5. Delivering Happiness, by Tony Hsieh
6. The Art of Action: How Leaders Close the Gaps Between Plans, Actions, and Results, by Stephen Bungay
7. The Icarus Deception, by Seth Godin
Who wants to work in an #office ? I know I don't. It turns out I'm not alone on that assessment. Check out my story on #remotework to learn more. It will be released August 25th on my website. Link in bio.
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I love how we don't have to say that I'm your most favourite person in the world. EVER ❤️
First guest to stay in your new house = favourite person in the world, right? 🤷♀️🏡
If you are wondering what the heck, I have seen this picture three times already: that’s correct, I tried to fix a spelling typo and somehow got the post deleted two times 😂 In any case, here it is:
The weekend is almost over and tomorrow I’m back to work! I actually decided to spend my Sunday actually resting and walking around the city! Now, fully recharged, I’m coming back to work! I spent some time studying statistics today and working on a new geo data analysis thingy I’m doing, as well as trying to automate as much as possible for my future flights (reclaiming missing miles, downloading apps that save money, adding my loyalty programs). Some apps that I do use when I fly are:
1. Google Flights (installed as a progressive web app, aka website added to homescreen😂) is still one of my favorites to use for finding cheap flights!
2. @hopper is something that I use to monitor ticket price variations and find time when the tickets to a specific places are the cheapest!
3. @skyscanner is of course the best at finding cheap flights, just like google flights!
4. @omio tracks prices not just for flight, but also for trains and buses (handy if you live in continental Europe)
5. Recently I installed @appintheair to track basically my every flight and journey. I’ll let you know how I like it!
I hope this type of posts are useful for you! I’m really eager to know how much do you travel and where would you recommend me to travel next (preferably inside Europe for now)! #travel#digitalnomad#workandtravel#remotework#codergirl#webdeveloper#programmer#coder#codegirlcode#weekendisover
Punta La Barca will soon be 5 years old.. our little baby is growing up! And equally growing is our astonishment in ways people find of how-to-travel-long-term.. online and offline, from freelance gigs to self-created companies or corporate 9-5 remote jobs, traffic light juggling, doctors, cooks, handymen, surf and yoga teachers.. To those who try to minimise the costs instead of gaining money :) -right now we've got Marine and Edouart here, two french who've been living and travelling for 6 months already wihtout a cent.
Want some inspiration as well? Have a look at our nomad blog!
Are you familiar with cloud-based software?🤷♀️ If you are, which ones are your favorites?
One of the ways you can start, if you are new to working remotely, is to familiarize yourself with the general tools used. Do you have experience with any of these software solutions? Put them on your resume! ✔️
If you haven’t worked with them yet, many of them are completely free. Get in there and gain some experience so you don’t have to train on every system. You’ll make yourself much more attractive to companies who want someone who can hit the ground running. 🏃🏼♀️🏃🏽♂️
Am I a writer by profession? NO, but I have written a book that is selling well and making money. 📚
Am I a web developer? NO, but I created my website in collaboration with a Dutch young Youtube Guy, who knew all about it and gave me customers in the store.
Am I a designer? NO but I have made and designed my own T-shirt production.👕 We have tons of skills and competencies all of us and we live in the most crazy time where we can hack into new knowledge and change tracks and careers whenever we want. Also just for a period of time.
I am an educated primary school teacher, but have been in the radio industry and lived of doing voice overs in millespeak.dk, but I am not just one thing, or can do one thing. We should not limit ourselves, but live out our ideas. 🔥
What skills do you have that you do not use now and that you are not trained in?
Skills you just have, which you are not educated in but which can be of great importance to others and to a possible business idea?
I think we should try to get away from saying, 'I'm a lawyer' or 'I'm a teacher' or 'I'm a voiceover artist.' First and most , we are people with many skills that we can develop throughout our lives.
Happy Sunday everyone! 🙋
I just wanted ot come on and say that I hope you enjoyed the weekend and are fully ready for the next week! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I've been trying to spend less time online during my weekends but from tomorrow I'm back in an online world and it's a first day of working with one of my newest clients, so I'm very excited and hope it all goes well! 💪
Let's enjoy the week! 💙
Weekend getaway to Aranjuez, and it's royal summer palace. We had a long long walk through the prince's gardens before visiting the palace itself (no photographs allowed inside).and despite the scorching heat, I enjoyed learning about the history while listening to Catalan and Spanish friends discussing current political affairs.
As an expatriate working for a European company, I don't engage much with national politics, focussing more on Catalunya and Europe instead. It was fascinating to hear how people from different parts of the country engage over political topics. #remotework doesn't mean you will automatically be disconnected from society around you, but it does require you to engage consciously and mindfully.
Oh, and Queen Isabel II was a total badass! #queenisabel2#aranjuez#weekendgetaway#minibreak#unplug#royalty
It's a wonderful world we live in ❤ Here are some pictures from the hike we did last Friday. The first pic shows our shower, ice cold mountain water passing a beer can so it can pretend to be a shower head. I wasn't brave (or desperate) enough to try it 😆
After hiking for 5.5 hours, a cold beer never tasted that good! That record was broken the next day, but more about that later 😁
All unedited pictures btw.. Earth is a natural beauty!
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together 💥 ⠀
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Dans la famille Digital Nomad au travail, je demande : ⠀
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🔥 Autant de blagues que d’idées échangées
☕️ Une auto-suffisance en café ⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀
💦 Un refill en eau sans qu’on ait à le demander
🌪 Un duo wifi-ventilateur sur lequel on peut compter
⛔️ Un environnement dénué de tout enfant pleurnicheur (et d’australien bruyant) ⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀
🔌 Un prêt de chargeur entre co-workers
🎶 Une playlist agréable (non merci aux musiques folkloriques, faussement lounge) ⠀
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Voilà de quoi faire mijoter de parfaits projets & de jolies amitiés. Car notre quotidien ne se limite pas à nos écrans. On avance ensemble, main dans la main, plus qu’on ne le pense. Les connexions se font autrement 🌼💛 ⠀
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📷♥️ @marinegrahamphotography ⠀
⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #Bali#DigitalNomad#Entrepreneur#RemoteWork#Digitalnomadgirls#workandtravel#nomad#workanywhere#BureauDuJour#BeauxMots#livethelifeyouwant#freelancer#Canggu#lehubnomade
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#Minimal#remotework vibes today 💥💯 Got a busy week with some fresh updates coming along later this week. Hope you have a good start to yours ✌🏻
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поднимите руку те, кто любит хачапури🤤а вино?🍷
а если и то, и другое на солнечной террасе с видом на Подол?🙋🏼♀️
sign me up🥂 #kіevлюбов
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