Explore

Travel

Hacking Your Way to Healthy Travel

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Travel / July 19, 2013

Your plane touches down. You grab your bags. You hop in your car. You head home. Sitting on the couch your first day back from an amazing trip to someplace you’ve never been, and all you can seem to think about is “I feel gross. I need to detox.” If you’ve traveled before, you’ve been there. We’ve all been there. Too much delicious food, too many frosty beverages, and…

Why Moving to South East Asia was the Best Business Decision I’ve Ever Made

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice Travel / July 17, 2013

I live a life that makes a lot of people uncomfortable. Together with my husband, I run an affiliate marketing business; and up until 7 months ago we were flatlining. You see our business was growing, slowly. Our life was healthy, somewhat. We hired help but could only afford one employee. We craved growth; we so desperately wanted to level up, and we longed to shake things up and add…

5 Ways Traveling and Remote Working Will Completely Change Your Life

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / July 16, 2013

When it comes to life and how you’re living it, Henry David Thoreau said it best, “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined”. Sometimes, it’s important to question the big things. Are we really living life how we’ve always imagined? Are your dreams becoming a reality in your life? According to this survey, of the people questioned, only 19% of people in the…

7 Great Options for Finding Wifi on the Road

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / July 14, 2013

A few months ago Fred Perrotta wrote a great article about finding wifi abroad. Having now spent the past year traveling and finding “offices” on the road myself, I thought I would add to this list with a few other places I’ve found helpful for getting online. Hotel Lobbies If you’re not already staying in a hotel, hotel lobbies are a great place to get connected. More and…

Career Crossroad: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship Travel / July 12, 2013

Where your career takes you geographically is as important as your career itself. After all, as an under-30 professional, your next move might be the place where you stay long-term. That can be a great thing if you’re looking to put down roots and establish yourself in the community, but if you’re unhappy with the choice, it can make you feel tethered somewhere you don’t want to be.…

Pocket Guide to Nomadic Entrepreneurship

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / July 11, 2013

At the beginning of March this year I returned from a family vacation in Italy, Greece, and Turkey; packed up my apartment in D.C.; and flew on a one-way ticket to Mexico. A few weeks later I launched my new website and began actively building my business as a nomadic entrepreneur – and it was the best decision that I have ever made. I’ve been in the entrepreneurship…

Easy Tips to Keep Up Your Health Routine While on the Road

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Startup Advice Travel / June 27, 2013

You have your health routine all figured out. Maybe you run three miles every morning, pack a nutritious lunch for work, or go for a brisk walk after dinner. But when a conference or business trip comes up, you regress to eating unhealthy meals, skipping workouts, and shorting yourself on sleep. The good news is that there are many ways you can adapt to stay fit and healthy…

13 Quotes & Places To Hear the Story of Under30CEO & Under30Experiences

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship Startup Advice Travel / June 25, 2013

Since we officially rolled out our new travel company Under30Experiences last week, we’ve been busy telling our story around the web.  We’ve had such amazing ups and downs building Under30CEO and Under30Experiences, that we decided to share some actionable advice, lessons learned, and the whole inspirational story to help you along your own journey… Here are 13 quotes we’ve rounded up from our recent interviews:  “Building a company…

4 Life Changing Opportunities around the World

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice Travel / June 14, 2013

Traveling the world is an ambition that many of us share, and one’s younger, more formative years are often thought of as the best time to do it. But backpacking across Europe, or going on museum tours only scratches the surface of the rich opportunities world travel can provide. Whether you’re a recent college graduate looking to build your resume, or just looking to have an amazing experience…

The 12 Top Apps for Business Travel

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / June 14, 2013

QUESTION: Summer means travel == What new apps are making traveling easier and more fun than ever for entrepreneurs on the go? Question by: Ashley Square to get paid anywhere “I’m a big fan of Square. It allows me to accept credit card payments for books and other materials on my Android when I’m out and about at a speaking engagement or conference.” – Alexandra Levit | President and Founder, Inspiration at…

Pin It on Pinterest