Location Independence

Musoyu: “Non Attachment” & De-Cluttering Your Life

October 5, 2012

As a frequent traveler and a frequent mover, one of the biggest challenges is dealing with “stuff.” Even after as little as a year in a one-bedroom apartment it’s amazing how much stuff you can accumulate. Appliances, books, clothes, and other random things pile up. Not only do you have to figure out what to …

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Top 5 Things to Do in New York You Might Not Know About

September 21, 2011

As I wrote about yesterday, I recently moved out of New York City after living there for two years as somewhat of a resident tourist. One of the main reasons I move as often as I do is that I like to leisurely explore new cities. Living someplace for a couple years lets you explore …

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Moving from New York City to Texas

September 20, 2011

Of the 3 big changes you can make in your life, changing where you live is probably the easiest (the other 2 being who you love and what you do for a living). Despite aspiring to always live somewhere warm, I recently indulged my desire to live in New York City for a couple years …

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Telecommuting: How and Why to Work Remotely

September 19, 2011

Let’s face it. Having to get up and go to the same office at the same time every day sucks. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way. I’ve been working remotely 100% office free for the past 30 days and I have to say that removing your obligation to go to an office every …

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Take a Permanent Working Vacation

July 18, 2011

One summer during college I was doing an internship at a corporate law office in Tokyo and I met a lawyer there from Los Angeles who was on a “working vacation.” This was a new term to me at the time, but it seemed like a shear genius idea. Many of us would like to …

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Could You Pull the Ripcord on the Rat Race?

April 28, 2011

One of the biggest times you feel stuck in your life is when you are tied to a job that you don’t see a way out of. You feel like you are on a path that you can’t escape. You might also have family depending on you financially which makes you feel guilty and selfish …

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