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Today I’m very honoured to share a guest post from Liam McFarland. It’s full of great information. Thanks, Liam!   How to Challenge Yourself When Travelling: 5 Things You Should Do You’ll often find yourself having to step outside your comfort zone when you travel. Some people find this intimidating, while others thrive on the […]
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Verification At Last I’d completely given up on Kraken as a way to purchase bitcoin, after their non-response to the verification error that rendered their service completely unusable. I wasn’t exactly eager to start throwing my money at a company that can’t resolve what seems to be a simple bug. I’d been on the verge […]
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Gear Geek Update I’m very hesitant to add any gear to my setup. I dislike carrying around too much crap and I really don’t need much to be happy, so all things considered, I’d almost always rather keep my money to be used in more freedom-enhancing ways. However, I made a few key additions over […]
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The quest continues My search for a way to buy crypto that doesn’t suck continues apace. Here’s an update of where I landed with the platforms I tried, and the degree to which each of them sucks: *NB: 0/10 shall denote the suckiest and least useful.   Coinbase Never replied to my most recent customer […]
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Part 1: Coinbase vs. Kraken vs. Gemini  what sucks the least for digital nomads? Google search: How do I buy Bitcoin?   Depending on the definition of the range of birth years, I may be considered a slightly ‘older’ Millennial (yuck and ugh to each of those terms, in that order). However, when I decided […]
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In September, I was honoured to be part of the awesome Nomad City conference in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It was a great event and a wonderful experience, and it was my first time speaking to such a diverse group of digital nomads. Typically I’d be speaking to US-specific tax issues, but for this […]
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Digital nomad destination recap The first few months of sweet, sweet freedom post-corporate job have flown by. I’ve been fairly busy travelling, so I haven’t really had time to process what a “normal” week will look like. Maybe there won’t really be a “normal”, or at least not one that persists for more than a […]
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  Moving to Dublin to study or work? You probably have a lot of questions. I certainly did. Read on for my insider’s tips on how to smooth your transition and find your feet in the bustling Irish capital. Dublin is an exciting city. It’s a popular place to come to study or to work. […]
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Then: Not creating Feeling stuck Stressed out Unclear on future goals Unable to find time for both family as well as personal travel   Now: Actively learning and creating Feeling inspired Less stressed (but slightly more apprehensive!) Developing future goals and plans that excite me Prioritising what matters most to me: health, family & loved […]
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In Part 1, I shared my thoughts on Airbnb strategies for hosts, particularly geared towards those of you considering subletting a place you rent. If you decide to try that out, it can be a great experience. And of course the side income stream to help fund your travels doesn’t hurt!   But what about […]
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