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    So you want to bathe elephants in a jungle river, barter with vendors at the market over hand-made trinkets, climb a trail alongside a deep canyon, and eat your way down an entire length of street-food carts. Here’s your chance to take the whole ‘digital nomad’ thing for a test ride. Travel the world with […]

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    Some people look at this ‘digital nomad’ lifestyle of working remotely as an easy-breezy routine of sun-soaked beach days where you might occasionally sneak online to check your email. Don’t believe what they tell you; building a successful business while traveling is NOT easy. While I wouldn’t trade this lifestyle for anything in the world, […]

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    So you want to join the cool kids on the block and design your perfect lifestyle. You’re tired of waking up to an alarm clock everyday, drinking stale office coffee, and pretending that Sharlene in accounting is absolutely riveting when she waxes poetic about her gerbil’s unfortunate skin problems. Great! So what do you need […]

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    When you work for yourself and don’t have anyone telling you what to do everyday, it can sometimes be difficult to find your focus. Despite our best efforts to find and maintain balance in our crazy lives, I still find myself occasionally going through what I like to call, The Manic Cycle. The Manic Cycle […]

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    “How are you doing this?!” This is the question I get asked the most by people back home, and around the world, about how I can afford my life of continuous travel. The answer certainly has a lot of pieces to it – including how to make money while traveling, or how to create a […]

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    NYPL blogger, Rachel Mazza, sat down for a chat with Dan O’Donnell from Positive Atmosphere . What we ended up with is a fantastic podcast episode about taking risks, learning from the right people, and how to make life give you what you want. We chatted about everything from wild animal training, to Thailand’s current coup, […]

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    A great coffee spot, and photo stop, in Pai at The Container
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    Wow does life move fast! One of the craziest things about working for yourself is that one minute it seems as if nothing is happening, then suddenly all the preparation and planning you’ve done explodes into more action and activity than you could possibly imagine. That’s what’s been happening these past few weeks at NYPL, and […]

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    Many of you have seen the recent announcement of the new NYPL tours. Exciting times are ahead! We get so many messages asking about traveling and working remotely, so we wanted to give YOU the opportunity to do both! All the while networking, learning and exploring with like-minded entrepreneurs, creators, and artists.  By booking your […]

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    Fooling around on a deserted beach in Malaysia's Si Rusa. Not a tourist in sight!
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    A lot has happened this month to shake up our little bubble in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It started when they closed the nearby border to Burma for the purpose of the popular “visa run.” This is where foreigners living in Thailand book a mini-bus for a day-trip to the border of Mae Sai and back, […]

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    I knew I was going to like Cambodia when I walked up to ‘immigration’ in the airport and was greeted with a friendly, welcoming drop-box. No attendant, no guards, just drop your form and come on in! If you stay in Southeast Asia long enough as a foreigner, you’ll eventually learn all about the joy […]

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