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Travel More, Fly First Class and Pay Nothing?

Last summer, my wife, my daughter and I traveled to the other side of the world. We went from NYC to Hong Kong to Bali to Australia, then L.A. and back to NYC. It was am amazing trip. Life-changing for all of us. One that taught us all so much about the world and about […]

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How Disconnecting Makes You More Connected

Today’s guest contributor is Natalie Sisson. Natalie is the “Suitcase Entrepreneur” – traveling the world living out of her suitcase and running her business. She blogs about it at WomanzWorld where a tribe of women entrepreneurs gather who want to create freedom in business and adventure in life. ++++ Like most of you, when Jonathan […]

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Bali Dispatch #5: Aussies, Freak-fests, Train-rides and Truths

I’m writing this final dispatch from NYC, after very deliberating missing last week’s dispatch. There’s a reason for that… A while back I wrote post about how an increasing number of bands were getting pissed off at fans using their cell-phones to record and share their concerts in real-time. Not because they were concerned about […]

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Bali Dispatch #4: Village People, Hidden Art and Selling Out

Imagine having no last name and more than 25% of the population having the same first name as you… That’s how it works in Bali. Here, kids aren’t given any old name. Each of the first four children, in any family, receive the same name. The first kid goes by Wayan, the second by Madé or […]

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Bali Dispatch #3: Tap Dancing in Paradise

So, remember how I said we were gonna get a house to settle into in Bali? Yeah, well that didn’t happen. This adventure is teaching me so much about being fluid. Actually, it’s kinda banging me over the head with the concept. But, in the end, I think that’s a good thing…at least it will […]

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Bali Dispatch #2: Eat, Pray, Spasm, Pray Some More, Move

It’s 10:20 on a gorgeous Bali morning, our second real day here…as I write this dispatch from my bed. Not because I want to. But, because I can’t move… See, here’s the thing. I love my new Ogio Epic pack. It’s got a billion compartments that allowed me to jam it with nearly 25 pounds […]

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Misconceptions of the Work-from-Anywhere Lifestyle

Today launches my Summer Festival of Guest Posts…aka…my way of slacking off while I’m in Bali and pleading with friends who have amazing voices and insights to share their genius with you. Kicking off this new “every Friday” feature is my friend, Chris Guillebeau. Many of you know Chris already, but if you don’t, he’s […]

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