Where are you going?
After my recent post about digital nomad programs, I realized I really hadn't written all that much about the lifestyle I've enjoyed for the last several years. Whether you've thought about becoming a digital nomad or have wondered if you can do it yourself, consider...read more
It's not political like the street art in South America, but it's still wonderfully colorful. Have a look. Walk along Ulica kneza Branimira (or ride along half a dozen trams) for plenty of graffiti / street art. This single wall has dozens of pieces along hundreds of...read more
Why German men sit down to pee, traveling as a mother, and traveling ‘green’: your April 2017 book reviews
Once a month, I put together the books I've read into a single review post. Alternatively, see plenty of previous book reviews over here, or see how I rate books. Also, a quick disclaimer: review copies are typically provided or downloaded for free, and links may be...read more
So the New York Times recently wrote about the digital nomad life — an article I looked forward to reading as soon as I read the headline ("The Digital Nomad Life: Combining Work and Travel"). It's rare to be disappointed by a name as highly regarded as the New York...read more
While Toronto may not be as exotic as southeast Asia or some Eastern European countries, the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) has plenty of reasons to check it out. Here's what I wish I knew before arriving. We spent about 2 1/2 months in the Toronto area – a bit of a break...read more