Any time you reach a level of success, in any industry, there will be naysayers. The drowning rats in a sinking ship who can’t tolerate someone else rising above them to make it out alive, so they drag them back down into the depths and the darkness. Or at least they attempt to. If you want to make it in life, and especially in travel blogging, you’ve got to be prepared to bite, scratch, and claw your way up out of the pack…and learn how to put all of that behind you and only focus on your end game. Read More
Quality of Life
If you would have asked me five years ago where I thought I would be in terms of work, I would not have had an answer for you. Or if I did, it would be something completely different than what has actually come about in the last few years. If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the past seven years of working online, is that you have to be flexible and willing to ride the waves if you want to see the most success. Read More
So it’s been a couple of months since the last post. Some of you have been asking what we have been up to, and I’m finally getting the chance to come up for air. It’s been non-stop the past couple of months since I last wrote, and things aren’t slowing down…so grab a cup of coffee, strap in, and let’s get you up to speed. Read More
As we wrap up 2014, there’s still a lot on the table. So much, actually, that I won’t be making any blog entries here at the Marginal Boundaries website until mid-January of 2015. Here’s what we’ll be doing over the next month as we count down the last of this year and move into 2015 with a vengeance. Read More
If you had asked me seven years ago what I would be doing with my life, I wouldn’t have had a clue. In 2007, I was struggling to keep my construction company afloat after the economic crisis wiped the construction industry off the map in Colorado and across the nation. It was all I could do just to keep food on the table while I watched my income dry up.
Fast-forward to the present, and I’m finishing up my seventh year abroad and I’ve gone way beyond what I ever thought was possible. Read More