Yesterday I was catching a cab to the bus Station in Macedonia. It was a short 7 minute journey in which I truly feared for my life about a dozen time. Travelling through the city streets swerving in front of a bus to miss the next bus and breaking heavily to avoid the pedestrians crossing (at the crossing) tends to move the luggage in the back of the cab around a little.
Couch surfing is an excellent way to travel independently in any country. It allows the nomad to meet local people and save money while seeing the world.
Diet or no diet, every bride wants to look great on her wedding day. Whether you want to have dewy skin, toned biceps, or bigger breasts on your big day, you should start planning several months in advance. Here are some tips that will come in handy:t Up Your Game No matter how fit you are right now, you can always benefit from upping your fitness game. If you usually work out at the gym, you should try to take fewer breaks in between...
Learn how to protect your credit history while you’re nomading the world as a location independent.
We all make mistakes in our lives, and sometimes pretty stupid ones at that. For example, getting a tattoo with the name of our loved one, only to later break up with them. Now that can be pretty embarrassing. Still, you don’t have to pay too much for mistakes like this. Although it used to be expensive to get a tattoo removed, advances in technology mean this kind of treatment is no longer un-affordable for the masses. On the...
Traveling the world is a dream for some, while some people live the dream by traveling to different parts in this world. Once you get in the habit of moving from one place to another, you’d want to travel, irrespective of your age. So, if you are already 60+ and you’d want to travel to different parts of the world, here are some points to be kept in mind. Taking time to prepare your schedule Being young, you might not have thought...
Milosh Zorica shares his tips and information from his recent stay in Buenos Aires as a NuNomad
How to Create a Writing Career So You Can Become Location Independent – 4 Seasoned Writers Share Their Stories
Do you have what it takes to support yourself as a writer while you travel the world? Four professional writers Sharon Hurley Hall, Thursday Bram, JoAnna Haugen and Serena Makofsky tell how they’ve done it.
Simplifying your life can actually lead to a greater sense of wealth. Here’s how.
Trespassers W shares his experience of what it means to be location independent for the long term and whether you can ever come home.