This summer, I have spent three weeks in Greece, mostly in the island of Crete (Creta). I had been dreaming about doing a roadtrip around this island for many years since I planned to do it with some friends and they bailed out last minute.
I am a huge fan of reading other people's travel journals. Although I like to go out and explore by myself, sometimes I travel with a time constraint and I have to google things like “how to visit Indonesia in a month” or, like I did this time, “itinerary to visit Crete in three weeks”. And from time to time, I also write them.
Apologies for the boring title, but I hate clickbait.
No, this story isn't a "how I went down from 100kgs to 70kgs in just one year". It is about how I started training daily a four years ago and I still maintain it. Through this practice, I morphed into a more constant person, and that's why I think this story might still be relevant to a lot of people who struggle to find time to exercise and the real why they should do it.
This is a live blog entry that will be updated daily until the end of my trip, on November 29th. It includes a day-to-day description of my stay here that digital nomads, and those who work while they travel, might find useful.
Hint: One of them is a conference. If you come, you’ll get access to the first batch of tickets & to a really discounted price!
All that glitters ain't gold. Even less so in the startup scene, where most companies need to hide their miseries because they are told to by their investors or because they're afraid to tell things how they are.
I'm pretty sure that you remember getting excited the first time you looked at Google Analytics. What would happen if I told you that most of those visits were yours?
Fostering entrepreneurship is admittedly one of the hottest trends nowadays. But far from being merely a passing phase, creating new entrepreneurs has become something essential in our society.
This is a live blog entry that will be updated almost daily until the end of my trip, on August 29th. It includes a day-to-day description of my stay here that digital nomads, and those who work while they travel, might find useful.
If you are a frequent traveller, chances are, you are going to have some long layovers. My most recent trip to Bali saw me stopping for 20 hours in Doha, Qatar, so I learnt a few things.