Carnival of Lifestyle Design #2


Welcome to the second edition of the carnival of lifestyle design. If you’re new to blog carnivals, here’s a brief explanation. Bloggers submit articles to a blog carnival in hopes their story will be featured. The editor combs over the submissions and decides which to publish in the carnival. As a reader, you get to find out about some new hand-picked articles in the carnival’s subject.

I’m very pleased that some bloggers I know and read decided to submit articles this time around. I know you’ll enjoy reading some of them. I hope even more great blogs will submit articles for the next carnival.

I also wanted to quickly mention a fantastic opportunity for all the writers out there. Chris Guillebeau is running a writing contest at his blog The Art of Nonconformity. If you read my interview with Chris, you know what a great writer he is, and what an impact he’s had in the blogging world. This is your chance to reach a big audience (he averages over 1 million page views per month). Good luck!

Also, on the subject of writing, if you think you’ve got a good article in you about lifestyle design, entrepreneurship, digital nomads, work-life balance, location independence or travel and living abroad, why not write one for this blog?

Editor’s Picks

Technomadia presents Answers to Common Excuses not to Travel Full-Time posted at Tales from Technomadia, saying, “This is a series of articles we’re putting together addressing all the excuses we hear folks conjure up for why they’re not out doing what they really want to be doing – living a nomadic life.”

Sean Ogle presents 10 Tips for Creating a Useful Bucket List posted at Sean Ogle, saying, “I realized I was working too much, so I decided to create my “life list”. This allowed me to focus on the things that were really worth accomplishing in my life. This article features some useful tips to creating your own list.”

Colin Wright presents 5 Ways to Sustain Your Lifestyle posted at Exile Lifestyle.

Dan presents Download Your Dream Life: Tools & Ideas To Help You Design An Awesome Lifestyle posted at Voyagner.

Lifestyle Design, Travel and Work-life Balance

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Basic Business Advice from an Accidental Entrepreneur posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thanks!”

Lucy presents Uncovering the True You posted at Lucy’s Life, saying, “Why do so many of us not truly know ourselves?”

John Anyasor presents On the Act of Giving Up posted at Living the HiLife2B (in college), saying, “When faced with the opportunity to give up, pass it by before your dreams pass you by.”

GeekMBA360 presents You must be a lazy man if it takes you ten hours to do a day?s work posted at GeekMBA360.

Chris_SS presents How Traveling/Backpacking Can Boost Your Social Skills posted at How to have more social success.

Tamara presents Dipping in: the best hotel pools in Europe posted at Travel Blog – Mr & Mrs Smith Boutique & Luxury Hotels, saying, “From glass-walled aquaria where you leave your modesty at the steps to isolated infinity-edged affairs stretching into Tuscany and beyond, here’s our guide to the 14 coolest pools on the Continent…”

Thursday Bram presents A Work Routine For Every Time Zone: 7 Tips To Stick To It posted at Working Your Way Around The World.

Ella Moss presents ABOUT HAPPINESS « Zodiac Times posted at Zodiac Times.

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