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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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I’ve been a longtime Airbnb user. Recently on Facebook, a memory popped up from 2011, when I posted about this “cool site I was trying out.” Yes, it was a simpler time. I don’t even know if the phrase “sharing economy” existed yet. Fast forward a few years, and there are probably relatively few seasoned […]
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From 20-25 September 2017, I was privileged to attend Nomad City Las Palmas, which is a conference for digital nomads held in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It was the first conference like this that I’ve attended, and was also my first speaking engagement since going into business for myself, so I was really excited […]
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