Monthly archives: December, 2016

Preachy New Year Wisdom Post

As a millennial know-it-all blogger that sometimes reads books, and listens to podcasts, and reads blogs of other know-it-all bloggers, and consequently has life all figured out, I’d be remiss to not end this spectacular shit-fest of a year with a smattering of wisdom. On a personal level, it was a year of great changes.  I moved to Thailand …

Sleigh-thaew Diaries NUMBER THREE

Gratitude   Gratitude is one of those concepts that people with a vague participation in the world of self-development, like to riff on. “I’m practicing Gratitude!”, they say.  Except, are you actually doing the practicing part? ARE YOU? To me, gratitude is something you either feel DEEP inside your guts, or is otherwise just a lazy self-affirmation …

53 Steps To A New Thai Visa In Malaysia.

There comes a point in every Farang’s year when he or she begins zooming out on Google Maps beyond the 100 square metres in which he or she spends his or her days. Such behaviour can be attributed to wanderlust, but also the inevitable feeling that life inside a Thai bubble is just way too freakin’ easy. …

The Great Digital Nomad Identity Crisis

Fellow remote workers, bloggers, vloggers and builders of funnels – it saddens me to announce that we have an emerging crisis. An internet based crisis.  An internet forum based crisis.  Which means that it isn’t really a crisis, but more an ego driven mud-slinging match. This crisis – it pertains to who we are. How we …