My introduction to living in Northern, CA has been accentuated with unprecedented wildfires, an earthquake, cold water swims, but above all, ceaseless beauty.
Just a few hours after my arrival into San Francisco, wildfires exploded across Napa and
The Southern Hemisphere is starting to grow on me. There’s more ocean mass than its northern counterpart (20% more), creating an overall milder climate. With less land (50% less) and only 11% of the world’s population, there’s less pollution. All
Our final month of Remote Year begins in less than 1 week and the tears are already starting to flow. While the last 11 months have been nothing short of incredible, most of us are bracing for real life to
PolarSteps: my stops on a world map
According to my travel-tracker app, PolarSteps, in the past 13 months, I traveled 41,698 miles, through 21 countries. My homes consisted of 13 different apartments (one for each month), but
Buenos Aires is immediately charming. It feels warm, accessible, clean… and incredibly familiar. It looks like Paris, it looks like New York City, it feels like Rome and Madrid. Yet it’s none of these cities, and every one of them,
Portland: A sunflower in an alleyway.
Portland, Oregon is where it’s at. Where else can you find massive sunflowers lining alleyways, roses lining street corners, and city parks with 5,000 or more acres? Perfect lawns and overgrown
36,000 miles, 21 countries, 4 continents... and 1 year later. From the mountains of Colorado, and later the streets of New York City, I've left the corporate world (and the US) to travel the world while writing about my experiences.
What is it?
Remote Year is a year long program of 75 digital nomads who change international cities every month while living, working and traveling together.
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Where is Kangaroo Island? My 2nd Workaway experience was on Kangaroo Island, a remote island in South Australia that even few Australians know anything about. Because of its geographical isolation and...