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Social media detox – why I removed my personal Facebook account
I’m going to apologize for the rant in advance – but there’s a few things I need to get...
Why Social Media Ads Are A Waste Of Your Time And Money
Ever since my iPhone started tracking how much time I spent by looking at the screen and reporting my...
On Behalf Of Grounded Travellers, Separated Couples and Families Worldwide: Is It Time To Get Vaccinated?
“Are your vaccinations up to date?” This used to be a common question for anyone travelling anywhere more or...
Keeping It Real: Feeding Your Dissatisfaction
A while ago I wrote a (somewhat ranty) status update about our grand life on Facebook. Summary: We’re always posting on social media about the life we want to live, and about all the positive things that are happening, whether real or not (yet). Which is great – we... Read more
Why flying the friendly skies is too much of a bold and untrue statement
Friendly is not something you say about yourself unless you weren’t friendly to begin with. The latter statement would be a closer description of the check in lady who was on a bit of a power trip making me consolidate two bags when I just came off a connecting... Read more
The New Networking And The Type Of Recruiters To Avoid
With feelings of depression and people feeling miserable at work on the rise, we’re heading back to an arts based society where people create and share what they love to the benefit of others. The old idea of networking isn’t on board with an artist centric economy yet. More... Read more
5 Occasions To Use A Limousine Service Instead Of A Taxi
Forget about taxi’s. The amount of times I’ve been taken for a ride, even in my home town, is ridiculous. Drivers often take the longer road to collect a few extra dollars from you, and then still expect a “tip”. You may think a limousine service is a privilege... Read more
Stop Feeding The Gurus
Today I saw a video on Facebook from some guy who advocates to stop feeding the gurus. Now I’m glad I never proclaimed myself to be a guru, so no need to get defensive here. Look on page 13 of my travel book if you don’t believe me –... Read more
Why I’m fed up with taking advice from “successful” people I never met
Full disclosure: this weekend I lost it a little bit. I had a mini-breakdown. Somehow I got one too many invitations for the next big success workshop. And a webinar. Conference. The list goes on. Don’t get me wrong. I love learning new things, and educating myself. This year... Read more
You’ve been 51 countries? But who is counting?
Being active on social media as I am, I like connecting with fellow travellers – to make new friends around the world, meet like minded fellow humans, help each other out, and last but not least: feed my own wanderlust. There are a lot of different styles of travel.... Read more
Only use original art to truly make your walls smile

I have a met a few good artist friends at art events who are spending their lives creating beautiful and unique pieces of original art that they are trying to sell to the public. I want to see them succeed, which is why I am committed to seeing people use original art pieces everywhere I go.

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Why professional artists and photographers cannot work for free

Yes, I am an artist. No, that does not mean I work for free

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Are airlines trying to scare us into business class?

On my tour through Asia I learned the hard way Asian planes are typically not built for anyone suffering from tall genes – and trust me they made me suffer.

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