With Remote Work, you don’t have to choose between your career and behaving like a human being. You don’t have to uproot yourself and embark on an uncertain journey to seek a better life. The days of Wild West are gone. The opportunity to move for work is a privilege, and the immense potential ofContinue reading “The opportunity to move for work is a privilege. Remote Work unlocks the potential of those who can’t”
Remote work has potential to solve many environmental problems, but the associated travel creates a lot of CO2 emissions. Here is how you can offset your impact.
South Africa’s perfect road trip: two oceans, mountains, waterfalls, elephants and lions…
Swimming with Seals is like playing with puppies under water. You can do that in Cape Town. Check out video!
Do you find yourself in Zurich for the weekend? Or maybe you have a long layover?
You can hit some powder using the extensive railway network.
Considered #8 diving spot in the world, Richelieu Rock will make you want to sign up for scuba training.
This is a summary of the presentation I gave in Mumbai in February of 2018. Prefer PDF format? (4.1 MB) Why Simple Payments? I am a public school teacher and not a web-designer. I decided to start a new business (…). After I found the “Add Payment” button I knew I could do it. IContinue reading “Simple Payments for India 🐘”
Item 20 on my Bucketlist. I was raised on Lego. My engineering skills were honed by building the infinity of stuff that can be assembled from these ingenious little blocks. I love how they are designed to be great fun for years without buying heaps of new sets. My love for Lego is is soContinue reading “#20 Go to Legoland”
This was number 164 on my bucketlist. I love swimming in various weird places, so swimming in a Cenote was a dream of mine ever since I swam in “Blue Hole” in Jamaica. In Mexico, Yucatan peninsula is made of porous limestone. That means, that water just sinks through rock and all the water bodiesContinue reading “#164 Swim in a Cenote, Mexico”
Few years back, I visited Japan with my friends. My intention was to “tick off” the country, because I’m not a great fan of whole Anime culture and it didn’t seem like my cup of tea. But instead, I was blown away by the incredible mix of old and the new and recently I findContinue reading “My Japan top 5”