Archive for July 2014

Top 15 Travel Hacks Inspired by the Military

Military guys are always on the move. They’re tough, they’re light packers (except for all that weaponry), and have refined the art of travel to a science. I’ve never been in the military, but judging by the way I travel, people think I have been. I owe that to my father. Let’s take a look…

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Is Teaching Online a Possibility for You?

Recently, other language teachers have been asking me how they can teach online. I’ve been teaching ESL online since 2011. It seems that many teachers are tired of the grind, and are interested in a new way of earning a living, or perhaps just to have some extra money. The attractiveness of teaching online is…

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Best 5 Free Ways to Meet the Locals and Learn the Language When You Travel

Travel at it’s best is about connecting with people, learning, and experience. In fact, traveling in the traditional way — staying in hotels and jetting from one tourist site to another — is the anti-engaging way to travel. Try these sites and suggestions for free ways to engage with locals and have a memorable experience!…

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Is the World Domination Summit Worth it?

Here’s a quick introduction to WDS: it is a meeting place for people who want to answer the question, “How can I live a remarkable life in a conventional world?” The World Domination Summit costs around $500 to attend, plus the cost of travel to Portland, Oregon and lodging (luckily an old friend hosted me).…

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