Editors note: The following is a guest article written by Chip Kohrman, founder of Telesaur. Chip was one of the winners of our recent guest post contest.
Yesterday I was working in our condo when my wife yelled to me from the patio. I ran outside to find a full band playing on the beach really close to some giant shore break.
Some people have commented around the web lately that most of the lifestyle design resources out there tend to focus on the younger crowd. I would agree, most lifestyle design bloggers seem to be in the Gen-Y camp.
The lifestyle design community tends to think about lifestyle design as something that involves working online. I personally am working towards supporting myself by working online, as are all the bloggers I know.
Happy Thursday everyone. It is Thursday, right?
There’s no question that lifestyle design has exploded in popularity over the past year. It seems like a new blog about lifestyle design pops up almost daily these days, and my Google Alert on the topic brings me 20+ new articles about it some days.
Hey everybody and greetings from sunny and beautiful Mexico once again. Life is grand, but I have a little something to confess today.
¡Hola de Mexico! (Hi from Mexico!) We arrived this week in the beautiful Costalegre (the “Happy Coast”) on the Mexican Pacific.
I’m in the middle of packing for a 2-3 month trip to Mexico, which has me thinking a lot about the good and bad aspects of long-term travel. If you’ve thought about doing some extended travel, I thought you might appreciate an honest assessment of both positives and negatives.
Koh Nang Yuan – Thailand by `◄ccdoh1► If you’re like me, you probably suffer from that pesky little condition of not being able to be in two places at the same time. You might also contend with that other common problem known as having a j-o-b.
I’m 6 days into trying to kick my coffee habit and it’s kicking my ass. I wasn’t sure I would even get a blog post written today.
What do rock concerts, making love and exercise all have in common? I thought about that this weekend after seeing the Melvins play live at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.