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August 2017

Realities of the Digital Nomad Lifestyle and the Rule of 3’s
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Realities of the Digital Nomad Lifestyle and the Rule of 3’s

The most stable social systems in the world are based off of triangles. Think about it:  in order for you to have a stable couple-dom with another person, you need to share something in common. Maybe you both like to watch TV. Maybe you both like to travel. Maybe you have kids together or a cat or you own a house that you’re renovating. Without that third thing, or activity, or person to stabilize a ...
Experiences with Upwork: An Historical Overview
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Experiences with Upwork: An Historical Overview

My husband John and I started using the Upwork platform back in the days when Upwork was still two companies: oDesk and eLance. Before that, we’d been the owners of several businesses, some successful, some not successful. Between 1998 and 2002, John and I started an online business that worked primarily with getting newspapers onto the web. Then, between 2002 and 2010, we owned a web development business ...
In a Pool of Sweat, Tears, and Snot: The Grand Party
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In a Pool of Sweat, Tears, and Snot: The Grand Party

Yesterday, John and I went to the temazcal here in Guanajuato, Mexico. Each time we go to the temazcal, the experience is new and different. As Karolina cleanses our auras with smoke outside of the tiny “sweat lodge”, and I turn, arms out-stretched crucifix-style my ego is always on full-blast and my confidence unshaken. Then, I duck into the tent and take a seat and start smearing the “yuck” all over my ...
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