LifeStyle Design

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 3

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 3

0 / October 28, 2011 8:30 am

Step 3: Building Your Online Empire Okay, you’ve gone to Korea, You’ve taught English for a year. And now you’re sitting in your new place in Thailand or Vietnam. The clock is ticking. You’ve got 12 months of cash on hand. In [&hellip

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 2

Life Planning: From Broke to Beach in 24 Months Step 2

1 / October 27, 2011 6:36 am

Step 2: Goodbye Korea, Hello Tropical Beach You’ve spent a year teaching English in Korea, and not only have you broadened your horizons, but you’ve also had a rip roaring good time–all while stuffing 12 grand in your pockets. Well [&hellip

What is Lifestyle Design: Part 2

What is Lifestyle Design: Part 2

0 / October 14, 2011 11:39 am

← Read What is Lifestyle Design Part 1 Lifestyle Design is not just about designing a life–it’s about designing a particular kind of life, one that most people only spend their lives dreaming about. Here is what you need to [&hellip

What is Lifestyle Design?

What is Lifestyle Design?

0 / October 13, 2011 9:10 am

↓ Lifestyle design is somewhat of a philosophical movement, spearheaded by those who reject traditional notions of  what defines a successful life. It is characterized by independence, the Internet, and, perhaps above all things,  entrepreneurship. Before explaining the movement in [&hellip

Keeping Your Sanity in Asia

Keeping Your Sanity in Asia

0 / December 1, 2010 9:26 am

Nobody wants to go overseas and turn into a miserable wreck. Yet, few people, including myself, ever take the time to sit down and develop a strategy for keeping their sanity. I’m going to address this issue today by clearing [&hellip

Working 9 to 5: Riding the Corporate Wave into Asia

Working 9 to 5: Riding the Corporate Wave into Asia

2 / December 1, 2010 9:09 am

When I made the transition from corporate America to working in Asia…wait, what? Oh, yes, that’s right. There was no transition. I just quit my job, sold everything I owned, and ran off to frolic about in a new and [&hellip

Living with Less is Living Well

Living with Less is Living Well

0 / December 1, 2010 6:07 am

When I first left America back in 2002, my poor, overworked brain was wrought with stress and anxiety. Was I nervous about moving to an unfamiliar land, a land where I would be unable to, on my own, procure myself [&hellip

Choosing an Adopted City

Choosing an Adopted City

0 / December 1, 2010 4:33 am

Do you like big, loud, crowded cities? If so, you’ve got plenty of options when choosing an Asian city to live in. Of course, size and intensity aren’t the only things you’ll want to consider when choosing a new home. [&hellip