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How to Travel on a Budget as an Entry Level Employee

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How to Travel on a Budget as an Entry Level Employee

As a recent college graduate or young professional, personal development and career readiness are usually a top priority during early adulthood. With that comes the task of finding a job in your field of study and interest. It is essential to give yourself time to get acclimated to your new work environment so you can easily begin making connections and finding common ground with your new peers. Making a great first impression is something that can help build your confidence in the workplace. These times can be stressful for some, and it’s imperative to take additional time for yourself. Reading...

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How Minimalist Couples Can Pack Light

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How Minimalist Couples Can Pack Light

Did you know that couples who travel together have healthier and happier relationships? That’s if you believe a survey by the U.S. Travel Association. It seems that these new experiences keep things fresh, improving both communication and sex lives. It is also a chance to strip back, forgoing material possessions and focusing on the things that really matter, like adventure and remarkable experiences. To make the most out of your trip, consider adopting a minimalist approach. As a couple, there are a few tricks you can try to keep your packing load down, allowing you to be more efficient and...

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Embrace Consciously Sustainable Travel as a Digital Nomad

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Embrace Consciously Sustainable Travel as a Digital Nomad

Travel is exciting, fulfilling, and educational. It helps individuals to widen their perspectives and gain an understanding of other cultures and global issues, which in turn leads to more ethically conscious world citizens. However, there is no getting away from the fact that travel can damage the environment. Despite the increase in low emission public transport, digital nomads often stick to planes and taxis as the easiest, fastest, and most convenient options.People on the move may cook less and therefore over consume takeaways with plastic straws and cutlery. Then there are the plastic mini toiletry bottles you get in hotels...

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Embracing Home in a New Country (Even On Crappy Days)

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Embracing Home in a New Country (Even On Crappy Days)

As any seasoned expat will tell you, there comes a time when life abroad begins to lose its charm. The empanadas start to look greasier, the early-morning avocado vendor seems louder than usual, and everything that once felt like an exotic idiosyncrasy begins to feel drab and run-of-the-mill. If you've felt anything along these lines (or anticipate them), fear not -- you're not alone. In fact, "expat burnout" and "expat depression" are well-documented phenomena that make total and complete sense. In our quest to launch ourselves into unknown places, some cultural quirks begin to lose their flare. Here at Arcido,...

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Starting Early - Teaching The Minimalist Mindset To Kids

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Starting Early - Teaching The Minimalist Mindset To Kids

Raising kids is never easy, no matter who you are. It becomes a little more challenging when you are a parent who has chosen to live outside the “norm” by adopting a minimalist mindset and lifestyle. From a hoarder-in-training to a no-shopping minimalist was a transition I never envisioned myself making. If there is anything I have learned on my journey it is that no one could have pushed me into it. Especially my parents. If anything, I have created a minimalist home because I never wanted to find myself drowning in trinkets and clutter like I’ve seen my own...

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Best Digital Nomad Destinations That Are Just Getting Discovered

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Best Digital Nomad Destinations That Are Just Getting Discovered

One of the most unsettling parts of being a digital nomad is flying half-way across the world to find a culture eerily similar from that which you just came. An international destination flooded with tourists and like-minded nomads -- we’re looking at you, Chang Mai, Bali, and Cape Town -- sometimes takes the thrill out of travel. If you’re looking to get a little more off the beaten path, consider stacking your itinerary with some (or all) of these best new nomad destinations that are just getting discovered. Budapest, Hungary Budapest, with all its old-world charm and eclectic architecture that...

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The Notre Dame Fire: A Lesson in Impermanence

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The Notre Dame Fire: A Lesson in Impermanence

On the evening of April 15th, 2019 the world looked on helplessly as one of the planet’s most historically significant buildings went up in flames. There was an audible gasp from the crowd as the spire of Notre Dame collapsed into the street below. Like every other day of the year, 30,000 people had come to see this globally recognized symbol of France and Christianity, but no one knew the fate that was about to occur. Fortunately, no one was killed or seriously injured. Much of the building survived, as did many of the relics and treasures kept inside. However,...

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Don’t Try This At Home - 7 Signs You’re Not Cut Out For A Digital Nomad Lifestyle

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Don’t Try This At Home - 7 Signs You’re Not Cut Out For A Digital Nomad Lifestyle

If you’ve ever found yourself frustrated at your office job, then perhaps the thought of location independence has crossed your mind. ‘digital nomad’ is a term which conjures up images of remote workers sipping on cocktails as they run their operations from picturesque beaches. Breaking free from that 9-5 isn’t all rainbows and unicorns, however, even though it may seem that way from the outside. Before you consider handing in that resignation letter, there are a few things you need to consider. Here are seven signs that you might not be ready to become a digital nomad. You’re Tied To...

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