Discussing travels to Balkans!
Are you longing to break free from the road? Sick and tired of waking up and not knowing what city you are in? Are you constantly wondering where you money is going to be coming from?
If this describes you, then you are probably a candidate for living a location dependent lifestyle.
Location dependence has been the world’s #1 lifestyle since the rise of agriculture over 6,000 years ago. Since then over 10,000,000,000 people have embraced the location dependence movement and have lead a location dependent life.
The benefits of location dependence are many, which is why so many people have embraced it. They include:
- Leisure Time
- Personal Space
- Many others!
However, there is so much more!
I’ve created a unique system of active income generation for those who live a location dependent live. I call it a Juxtaposed Offline Business, or JOB.
Through my JOB technique, you can you be earning positive cash flow every other week through active income.
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- Trash Collector
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I got back from New York where I attended the 2016 New York Times Travel Show with Allianz Travel Insurance. As you may have seen earlier, the folks at Allianz held a contest where 3 lucky people were able to attend the show as well as experience a weekend in New York. The winners were: Blake Mandelberg, Lori Rogers, and Cat Crews.
I also had the opportunity to meet with my friends Johnny Jet and Lee Abbamonte who were speaking at the show:
The New York Times travel show is one of the biggest events of the year. This year one of the highlights for me was attending a dinner with the team from Allianz and the contest winners at the Mastro’s Steakhouse in Midtown, one of the best steakhouses I’ve ever been to.
I had a great time at the show as always and I can’t wait to return to New York next year!
Disclaimer: I work as an ambassador for Allianz Global Assistance (AGA Service Company) and receive financial compensation.
We have a winner in the Allianz Travel, GoBag giveaway, which contains a GoPro camera. The winner is Nancy Mueller for her photo of the Florida Keys!
Just a reminder, that with the end of the year approaching, now is the time to start looking at getting an annual travel insurance policy. I get an annual policy every year, and it takes care of all my trips, all year long. I never have to worry about not being covered. Allianz has annual policies for as little as a few hundred dollars a year.
December is upon us, which means it is time to start thinking of getting or renewing your annual travel insurance policy for 2016. I always get my policy to start on January 1, so I know I’ll be covered for an entire calendar year.
- GoPro Hero Camera
- Gorillapod Action Tripod
- Camera Lens Insulated Cup
- Mini MAGlite LED Flashlight
- Allianz Passpord Holder with RFID Protection
- iClick B-200 2,200 mAh Portable Battery
- Nikon Lens Cleaning Kit
All you have to do to enter is follow me on Instagram @EverythingEverywhere and tag a photo with #EverythingEverywhere. On December 10, I’ll announce a winner.
You must be a resident of the United States to be eligible (for shipping purposes).
The New York Times Travel Show is one of the biggest travel events of the year in the United States.
The folks at Allianz Global Assistance will give one lucky winner an all-expenses paid trip to New York City to attend the show which runs from January 8 – 10, 2016.
The VIP Allianz Global Assistance “Concierge” experience will feature a special guided tour of Lower Manhattan and lunch with renowned travel author Pauline Frommer. Winners will also have breakfast with travel personality Mark Murphy and receive expert travel advice over dinner with the “Travel Trifecta” – myself, Johnny Jet, and Lee Abbamonte.
The three-night package includes airfare, accommodation at Ink 48 – a Kimpton Hotel, meals with travel personalities, access to The New York Times Travel Show, a travel itinerary curated by Pauline Frommer and a NYC City Pass for VIP admission to iconic New York landmarks including the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Winners will also receive an Allianz Travel Insurance “Go Bag” comprising of a GoPro, Portable Power Pack, Passport Holder with RFID Protection and a personally-signed Frommer’s EasyGuide to New York City.
To enter the contest, submit the form on the Allianz Facebook page.
I hope to see you in New York City this January!
Ivana and Gianni are a Slovakian and Italian couple who have been traveling around the world since 2012. They blog at NomadIsBeautiful.com I met them in Athens last October and asked them if they would be willing to do a guest photo essay for my site. They agreed and quickly got me the photos. However, because of my travel schedule, new blog launch, and sheer forgetfulness, I didn’t get around to post it until now.
The subject they chose for their photo essay was “The Blue Hour”. That time of the evening just after sunset where the sky has a blueish tint, but the isn’t totally black yet.
In addition to their website, you can also view their photography on Instagram.
An impressive temple in the old city of Chiang Mai. Although it’s ruined, it’s an active place of worship and “monk chats” run by Buddhist monks.
My new podcast, The Global Travel Conspiracy, is now live!
My first guest is Robert Reid, National Geographic’s Digital Nomad and the former US editor at Lonely Planet. We talk about a whole range of things including his project to take clarinet lessons on the island of St. Lucia.
New episodes will be uploaded weekly with different formats. In addition to interviews, I’ll also be doing some monologue shows from the road and some shows where I talk to locals in the places I visit.
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Back in 2009 I commissioned what I thought was a really cutting edge website.
The designers I had picked jerked me around, left some gaping holes on the site which were later exploited by hackers, and it wasn’t long after that I was starting to regret my decision.
The black background of the site really turned people off (although I did eventually sort of fix that) and it reminded people of either a heavy metal or porn website. The load time wasn’t nearly as fast as it should have been and I have been plagued with SEO issues since I launched it.
I vowed I’d get around to getting a new site eventually.
However, traveling around the world takes up a lot of time. One year turned into two which eventually turned into SIX! Last year I made the decision to cut back on my travels so I could restore some balance in my life.
Part of that was getting around to projects I had been putting off. At the top of my list was getting a new website. In November at TBEX Athens I spoke to Mitch Canter who does WordPress development. We spoke and things got put into motion.
After many revisions, the site is finally live.