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“Tower of London” by Daniel Gillaspia. Image via Flickr Creative Commons.

Quiet Places in Las Vegas

It may seem like a contradiction in a city so full of noise and chaos, but there are places in or near Las Vegas where you can find a little peace and quiet. For many people, a little bit of Vegas goes a long way. But you don’t have to spend your entire time in…Continue reading »

Temporary Jobs for Full-Time RVers

According to RV Life, there are about 1 million full-time RVers in America. If you are determined to become a full-time RVer, chances are you’ll need to find sources of income to sustain your new lifestyle. The most lucrative options are full-time remote opportunities. It’s a win-win, you get a regular paycheck, and the company…Continue reading »

Dark Tourism: The Tower of London, United Kingdom

Dark tourism is sparking the interest of travelers around the world. Let’s explore the Tower of London and it’s dark past. Discover what awaits at this historic site in London, England. Elizabeth Cunningham Many people around the world have a fascination with the darker side of humanity, which could account for the rise in tourist…Continue reading »

A Romantic Nantucket Getaway for Two

Nantucket is a popular island getaway destination off the coast of Massachusetts. With diverse Nantucket vacation rentals available, couples can choose from cottages within walking distance to the beach or scenic homes with recent renovations overlooking the village marketplace. Nantucket Island is a romantic place for couples who enjoy beautiful scenery, history, relaxation, and culture….Continue reading »

The Creative Professional’s Coronavirus Pandemic Preparedness Guide

Disclaimer: As the threat of COVID-19 spreads across the globe, this blog strives to provide high-quality, freely-available, up-to-date, accurate, and verified information for self-described nomadic freelance creatives around the world. However, both of our writers have been reassigned to the U.S. since the end of 2018 due to increasing instability in East Asia as a…Continue reading »

The Atlanta Panic

After losing my passport in China at the end of 2018 and resolving tons of personal matters in the year 2019, I felt pleased when my new 50-page passport book came in the mail in early February. Due to financial constraints brought about by the loss of my main source of income–talent acquisition and management…Continue reading »

The Ready for Spring Sale

Hello, dear readers. Thanks so much for your support over the years. This year, as I continue building my professional writing and consulting career, I hope to be able to post more consistently. In the meantime, the snow is melting, geese are honking, and the sun’s staying in the sky a little longer each day….Continue reading »

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