Spain - The Journey So Far

Spain: The Journey So Far

Posted by | Spain, TBEX | 3 Comments

If you’ve been living under a rock, don’t know who we are, or haven’t been paying attention…we’re in Spain! We’re here until May 27th working on a variety of projects, starting with our stint as #ResidentBloggers #InCostaBrava (kicking off March 23rd once we arrive in Girona) with the Costa Brava folks, then at TBEX where I’m speaking on long-term social media campaigns at the end of April, and then on to the rest of Spain after TBEX with Eurail and Flipkey. Read More

Don't Sell Your House

Why Selling Your Home To Become A Digital Nomad Is The Worst Possible Thing You Should Do

Posted by | Traveling Tips | 9 Comments

You’ve been reading blogs by other travelers for the past couple/few years. Oohing and Aahing over their photos and videos. You’ve filled your head with flights of fancy, delusions of grand adventures in foreign lands while living a carefree lifestyle unburdened by debt or a high cost of living. You’ve taken to the “free travel myth” hook, line, and sinker. And now you believe it’s a good idea to sell of your house, all of your possessions, and head out to travel the world on a whim, with nothing but your backpack, laptop, and the wind at your back.  Read More

Hiking to Milanovo, Bulgaria

A Hiking Trip to Milanovo, Bulgaria

Posted by | Bulgaria, Hiking, Live Like a Local, Traveling Tips | 14 Comments

A little-known town in the hills outside of Sofia, only accessible by a winding single-lane paved road that carves its way up through the hills in a series of switchbacks, or by hiking up a similar type of trail through the forest, Milanovo is one of those little places you only uncover by going off the beaten path. I was reminded the other day when I was reading some posts from over at Wandering Earl’s website of the beauty of Bulgaria, and some of the little things I miss after being away for a few years. Read More

Moving to Cancun, Mexico

Moving To Cancun, Mexico

Posted by | Cancun, Live Like a Local, Mexico | 3 Comments

It’s one thing to visit Cancun, Mexico while on a vacation, for Spring Break, or even for a staycation or gap year. But it’s something else to live here, on the ground, with a residency visa and all the rights that come along with it, like free entrance to museums and national parks, as well as the right to open up a bank account – something tourists can’t do. But before you make the move, there’s a few things you should know about living in Cancun long-term, so that you can plan your move and avoid any hair-pulling moments.  Read More

Google+, Adapting and Planning Ahead

The Business of Travel Blogging – Google+, Adapting, and Planning Ahead

Posted by | Podcast, Social Media | No Comments

The latest episode of the podcast is now live, and this time I delve into the importance of planning ahead and having adaptability, while also taking a closer look at the recent success of our Google+ page for the Saga of Lucimia MMORPG our 9-man team is developing, with over 350,000 views in less than a month and rising to the tune of 12-15k a day on average, with a couple of 40k days in there to boot. Come along for the ride as I peel back the science of how to make social media work for you and your brand.  Read More