It’s not often that you’re excited to go to the doctor, but I found myself pumping my fist in triumph after mine told me to come in. After several thwarted attempts to make appointments, I was going to experience healthcare in Europe for the first time.
I recently received a notification that it was time to renew the domain for this blog.
“Oh yeah,” I thought to myself, “I forgot to write a recap last year about the blog.” I remembered writing 7 Reflections On My First Year Blogging // A Peek Behind the Curtain
, and I knew I had missed a couple of anniversaries since then.
I know I grew up with biases and assumptions. What better way to grow than to find out science has proven me wrong or to learn something new? Already, several of these books made me question opinions I took for granted and helped me see life from new perspectives. I hope there is something on this list that might appeal to you!
In this reader case study, a woman wonders if she’s saved enough to exit the rat race.
Whilst there are more (a lot more!) than 6 mistakes I have made as a digital nomad, hopefully you can take something from my Big 6, without having to learn them the hard way.
One silver lining about all of the lockdowns and stay-home orders last year was that I ended up getting a lot of time to read.
Tons of people responded to my last post answering questions about living in The Netherlands, and it seemed to spark even more questions. I decided to write a Part 2 to make sure I could answer follow-up queries. This time I’m tackling more stereotypes, some money management tips abroad, and other things I’ve learned as […]
I arrived in The Netherlands seven months ago, in the middle of spring hailstorms. Now the leaves are changing color and more people are asking about how my experience has been so far, beyond just working abroad. There were many things I was warned about before I moved: that it would be hard to make […]
A lot has happened since you created this blog post about my dilemma: Should I Take A Mini-Retirement or Stick It Out? A quick update from my side…
“But what do I do about all of my things?” I asked, standing in the hallway with my phone pressed up against my ear. All day I’d been shaking with adrenaline, my fight or flight instinct on high alert. “I remember that one of my biggest worries when I left was my stuff, but I’ll […]