Hi everybody. Welcome to my first video update!
We released the results from the first Location Independent and Digital Nomad Survey last week to blogs who participated in spreading the word. Since then, a number of those blogs have written about the results.
If you’re trying to build a blog readership, you have probably already read some “get x thousand subscribers in x days” articles. Some blogs have signed up astonishing numbers of subscribers in a very short time.
In your search for finding meaning in your own life, whether consciously or not, you’ve decided to follow some type of life plan. If you’re anything like me, that life plan has probably changed at least a few times.
Have you ever wondered how you could earn a living that would allow you to live and work anywhere in the world? Many people already living that dream shared the details of how they make a living in the recent Location Independent and Digital Nomad Survey.
The results of the first ever Location Independent and Digital Nomad Survey are in! Everyone who completed the survey really opened up and shared some great information.
Welcome to the second edition of the carnival of lifestyle design. If you’re new to blog carnivals, here’s a brief explanation.
Things could get interesting for the average big company employee soon, if Seth Godin is right. He proclaims that the era of the cubicle may be coming to an end sooner than we think, in a new article in Time Magazine.
Like many people, I long thought that being self-employed was the key to freedom. It turns out that working for yourself can mean a lot of different things.
I have a proposal for any of you who want to dramatically change your lifestyle. Let’s help each other reach our lifestyle goals.
Editor’s note: this is a guest post from Derek Johanson of Live Uncomfortably. I’ll be bringing you more guest articles from people with different voices who are designing and living their own ultimate lifestyles.
To those of you interested in the location independent or nomadic aspects of lifestyle design, we would like to ask for a moment of your help. Do you ever wonder how many people out there are really location independent?
Location Independent just published a guest post that I wrote about how taking a sabbatical can be a great way to start a new life of location independence. I would like to take this moment to welcome anyone reading Free Pursuits for the first time.