My, how time flies. Although I didn’t have a turkey dinner (it was more like the Aussie staple: sausages – I mean snags – and bread), I nodded my head in recognition of Canadian Thanksgiving, which was last weekend past. While we are slowly warming to spring in Australia, the fall season is surely showing its true and beautiful colours in the northern hemisphere. Here are my recently published articles and interviews, from both hemispheres!
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This is different to the post I wrote for this Site, but has the same theme. Studies show that Americans are not using all their vacation time, are not given as much vacation time as other developed countries to begin with, and are even prepared to cancel their vacations because of work. Further studies show that America as a country isn’t even all that productive. What gives?
It’s no secret that many of us are looking for something different in life. And one of the biggest things we can change about our lives is how we work. If we are not tied to a desk all the time, the options for how – and where – we choose to live open up dramatically. In this article are profiles of three e-books that feature a different aspect of making money, traveling, and changing your life.
By using a case study of Peter and Joe, we see that although you may have the makings of an excellent business, you won’t success unless you have a road map and basic plan…which is also called a business plan. But a business plan is not as complex as you may think; this article shows you what you need and why.
In this article is a technique you can harness to take some of the guesswork out of saving for your own retirement if you live on a variable income, while still balancing out the need to cover other expenses. And for the lazy at heart (myself included), it reduces the discipline required to do the whole thing manually or lump sums.
Craig and Linda Martin at Indie Travel Podcast recently put on a great show about Why We Love to Travel. At the end, I get a great mention in reference to my recent post that ponders the question Is Full-Time Travel an Act of Withdrawal. Thanks for the wonderful mention both on your Site and in the podcast! Click here to have a listen.
Lastly, I was on the local radio in Australia for a half-hour interview! We talked about 10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget, ways to travel for free, tips for saving money every day, using financial planners, and just about anything else we could think of.
Have a listen below: