Remote Life: The Remote Worker’s Guide to Travel

A five part series written for remote professionals who want to take their life and careers to a new level. This is the final part in the series.

Being a remote worker brings with it quite a lot of responsibility. Both to your employer, but also to yourself. And yet…

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Remote Life: Networking as Relationship Building

A five part series written for remote professionals who want to take their life and careers to a new level. This is Part Four in the series.

For many of us in the digital design and development fields, we didn’t plan our futures around the notion that we’d have to be…

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Hideaway: A Look Back

Hideaway: A Look Back

It was the latter half of the 90s, and for the first time in my life I was the new kid in school. We’d moved to Virginia only a few months prior and my summer was spent mostly doing teenage things: playing guitar, listening to music, tinkering on my first iMac, and working…

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Remote Life: Making Exercise a Priority

A five part series written for remote professionals who want to take their life and careers to a new level. This is Part Three in the series.

This summer I took my fiancée on a bike loop from the town of Golden, Colorado, south through Red Rocks, and eventually east over…

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Remote Life: Nutrition for the Dispersed Workforce

A five part series written for remote professionals who want to take their life and careers to a new level. This is Part Two in the series.

Having not visited the grocery store in a week, my cabinets seemed a little bare this morning. Knowing my lunch was going to be…

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9th Wonder, Hearing the Melody

9th Wonder, Hearing the Melody

My business partner first pulled me into his own collection of “Chillout Hiphop” roughly three years ago. I was introduced to artists ranging from Illa J, Kooley High, and Slum Village, to Erykah Badu, A Tribe Called Quest, and Camp Lo.

Amongst that mix, a specific sound kept standing out. After a little…

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Remote Work, the Airport, and Happiness

Remote Work, the Airport, and Happiness

I’ve since coined my little spot in the sky The Eagle’s Nest because it provides a vantage point well above the arriving parties, fresh off the giant escalators, and still with a clear view of loved ones battling palpable anxiousness while awaiting their return.

For a couple years now I’ve taken the opportunity to sit…

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Annual Review, 2015

Annual Review, 2015

Last year was the first time I set course with an eye on the new year through an official annual review. The pros and cons of the previous year, where that left me emotionally and physically, and what I was looking towards for this year.

All to often we hear of the…

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How the Sausage is Made

When I started dabbling within the world of “web design” it was 1997, I had just moved to an entirely new part of the country, and there was a surplus of time. Being the new kid without much middle school acceptance as of yet, those first few months made for…

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