Tagged: internet lifestyle

Making Your Dreams Reality

Recently I was recalling a memory of speaking with a family member about my trip around the world I took several years ago.

My trip lasted for over 9 months and took me to more than 25 different countries all across the globe.

That includes places whose mention alone are enough to make you dream, such as Fiji, Egypt, New Zealand, Tahiti, Thailand, Bali, and many more.

I was enjoying telling them about all of the places I was going to see, how wonderful it will feel once I’m there experiencing it, and how I was actually going to be paying for the whole trip with my online business while I was there.

Many of us have had the experience of sharing a dream, thought, or idea with somebody and been on the receiving end of some sort of criticism or combination of words that leaves you feeling a little deflated.… Read More »

How To Create Your Winter Getaway

“How can you afford to take two months off in the winter?”

I’ve had quite a few people ask me that over the years. Everyone from border officials to wait staff at restaurants all seem to be in love with the idea of “getting away” for at least a couple months every year.

Many people are confined to a job or other obligations that they’ve agreed to, like a 8-5 job somewhere they currently live, and this prevents them from having the freedom of getting away for a bit.

Every year for the past 8 years or so, I’ve spent a good chunk of the winter in a sunny, warm place. I have to say, growing up in Montreal, Canada, had made me appreciate a warmer climate, especially during the brutal winter months.… Read More »

Why Having a Plan B is a Good Idea

I’m certainly not what you would call a conspiracy theorist, but I do have my concerns about what the future holds for civilized society.

And that’s why I have a “Plan B.”

Everybody should have a “plan B” — a second alternative that you can feel comfortable going back to if your initial plan doesn’t go as well as you thought it would.

But before I speak about this “plan B”, let’s try to define what the plan “A” is in the first place.

Plan A is what most people try to do. It’s called the “American Dream,” or a little less warmly, the rat race.

I believe that the American Dream in itself is a noble endeavor. Everybody wants to improve their current circumstances and do better for themselves and their loved ones.… Read More »