“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” – Robert Brault

Sometimes I think Jeremy is just trying to prove that he is smarter than I am… he definitely is; just reading this makes my head spin ;-)

Passing the Physical Presence Test - Go Curry Cracker! http://gocurrycracker.com/passing-physical-presence-test/

Granada Gastro Guide – Discover Where to Eat in Granada Spain


“…we’d much rather have our names on NPR as program sponsors for years after we die than risk running out of money.”

The Full Financial Breakdown at Early Retirement | Our Next Life https://ournextlife.com/2017/12/27/early-retirement-breakdown/

CapitalOne Venture vs. Chase Sapphire Preferred

Travel the world... for free! If only it were that easy. Much has been written about the Chase 5/24 travel hack... applying for multiple (up to 5 within a 24 month window, hence the name) Chase credit cards and meeting the minimum spend limits in order to earn impressive bonus points and then starting the …

The Life-Changing Realization that You Don’t Need Permission from the World – Four Pillar Freedom


What Workaway is + How to Get Started

Has anyone else tried WorkAway? What was your experience?

The Wildflower Heart

The reason that me and so many other people have been able to experience the rich cultures of the world is an amazing website called Workaway. I found this website a number of years ago, but never had a good enough reason to use it. After certain life circumstances, I decided that I had to get away and experience something amazing. Workaway was exactly what I needed and wanted during that time in my life and I am so incredibly happy and thankful that I decided to give it a try.

The 30 second elevator pitch for Workaway goes a little something like this: Workaway is a cultural exchange where you live with a family and do various tasks & chores (5 hrs/day, 5 days/wk MAX) in exchange for room and board. The tasks & chores could be anything from watching kids, tending to animals, helping with the garden…

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