What to ACTUALLY Do Once You’re Engaged

You’re engaged! Congratulations! So…now what? Once the initial shock and awe wear off, here’s what you actually need to do. Tell Close Family and Friends A quick phone call, text, or FaceTime goes a long way. Start with immediate family, then extended family, and then close friends. Even though you may be tempted to make…

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How to Navigate a Confusing Political Landscape

Whatever country you look at, there’s no denying that the political landscape is confusing. Many people struggle to differentiate the real from the fake news, and with so many contradicting resources, they can’t make up their own minds. This leads many people to avoid voting altogether – or even sometimes to end up voting for…

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Readers’ Favorites of 2019

I’m so happy to present the top ten readers’ favorites from my website in 2019. My goal is to share as much as possible about my travels and how I make my remote career not only work but flourish. Thank you for following along! 10. How to Create Passive Income Online 9. How to Develop…

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21 Inspiring Quotes About Paris

I had to spend my first time on the European continent in Paris. I studied French from grades 7 – 12 and even earned a minor in college! I wish I would have had the time to study abroad when I was younger, but I’m grateful that I was able to experience Paris in the…

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Why You Need to Stay Hydrated When You Fly

One of the most overlooked aspects of traveling is staying hydrated. From drinking excessive amounts of caffeine during early morning flights to lessening water intake in order to stay seated on the flight, a lot of people neglect fluids during airtime.  Here are several reasons why you need to increase your H20 intake.  Avoid illness…

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  • Here’s a #TravelTuesday tip: GET ✈️ ENOUGH ✈️ SLEEP ✈️! I can sleep on planes, trains, automobiles, and have even slept through tornadoes and one Earth quake. (And through a riot in the occupied part of Israel...😬) When changing time zones, adjust as quickly as you can. A 5+ hour difference may not seem like a big deal, but it can catch up to you quickly if you’re not used to it. 😴
  • You're engaged! Congratulations! So...now what? ⠀
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The first few days (or weeks) can feel totally overwhelming, but they don't have to be. I asked Kyle for his advice for folks who are newly engaged and they lined up EXACTLY with my list. (Read them all on my blog #linkinbio)
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What advice would you give to newly engaged couples? ❤️💍#WeddingWednesday
  • According to a 2015 survey, only 29% of Americans have ever been abroad. 29%!!! ⠀
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Europeans are lucky – most countries there are about the size of our individual states and public transportation and quick flights make weekend trips such a breeze. Although the U.S. is HUGE, there is a lot more of this world to see. ⠀

Is one of your New Year's Resolutions to get your passport?  Visit a new country? A new continent? ⠀

Take my advice: pick a location, buy the ticket, and just GO. 🌎✈️
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(Taken at one of the thermal pools in Switzerland where cameras are prohibited, oops!)
  • "Twice in the 1930s, censors in Washington, D.C., sent letters to the American Institute for Economic Research demanding that we shut down our presses. Twice our founder E.C. Harwood refused to do so. Twice government backed down.⠀
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What were we doing wrong? We had published articles taking issue with New Deal economic policy. Nothing more. In those days, however, dissent was rare, first because it was dangerous and second because there was such an overwhelming intellectual consensus in favor of the policies of Franklin Roosevelt.⠀
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Why were they so worried about some small newsletters and books being printed by AIER? Because ideas are ultimately more powerful than armies. Ideas can turn history on a dime, and in defiance of even the world’s most fierce states." ~ Jeffrey Tucker⠀
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Beyond proud that we published 33 works, old and new, in 2019. The best is yet to come. 📚❤️
  • Woke up Jan. 1 like, “oh, sh*t, we’re getting married this year.” 🥂
(We’re taking engagement pics soon I swear.) #GetYourLiverReady #WeDontReallyHaveAHashtag
  • 2019 was probably the best way to end the decade. Clients served, opinion pieces written, publications on Amazon, long stays in Europe and the Middle East, and FINALLY got engaged to @kylepierce17. Oh, and writing more for FUN! I put together a list of readers’ favorites from my site this calendar year. My goal is to share as much as possible about my travels and how I make #remotelife not only work but flourish. Thank you for following along with me! #linkinbio
  • Helllooooo from Miss America FINALS! 👸✨
  • “Chloe Anagnos: cultivating a career beyond borders.” 🌍✈️📝
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SO HAPPY with how my logos turned out for my website refresh! Kara is an amazing designer and helped me come up with the perfect tagline for the purpose of my site – writing about my travels, career, and best #digitalnomad tips. Check out my blog for more. ❤️
  • The dream of the 90s is alive in Great Barrington 🥂
  • “Just add three letters to Paris, and you have paradise.” – Jules Renard ✨🇫🇷
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I had to spend my first time on the European continent in Paris. I studied French from grades 7 – 12 and even earned a minor in college! I wish I would have had the time to study abroad when I was younger, but I’m grateful that I was able to experience Paris in the winter of 2018. ⠀
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There’s something magical about wandering the halls of the Louvre and warming up with a café au lait during a light snowfall.⠀
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From the art to the food, the fashion and awe-inspiring architecture, the City of Lights has a little something for everyone.⠀
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Read 21 quotes to inspire you to experience one of my favorite European cities #ontheblog #linkinbio
  • "You should dye your hair."⠀
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"I hear Americans get drugged."⠀
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"Are there terrorists?"⠀
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I've stayed in a lot of places that are considered "dangerous" and these are the comments/questions I get the most. ⠀
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My response is always the same.⠀
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Altering my appearance to "blend in" is silly and not all parts of Central & South America or the Middle East are dangerous. In Israel, you're going to see soldiers with machine guns in public places. Expect to see the same in most of Latin America outside of resorts. ⠀
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If you're looking for trouble you're bound to find it, regardless of location. (And as a writer who covers oppressive/corrupt governments, I know I'm not always going to be the most welcome wherever I go.)⠀
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But, I choose not to live in fear. ⠀
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(#TBT to these crystal clear waters in the Dominican Republic)
  • Drunk or just drunk in love?? 🥂😅🧐

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