How are you doing? It’s been some time I asked this question. Please feel free to reply to this email, I’d love to connect.
I’ve been moving between Ubud and Canggu. We finally organized ourselves a scooter - which makes life on Bali way more accessible and easy. Tomorrow we are actually moving into a little house close to Ubud again. It’ll be our base for the coming five weeks here and will provide a space of rest and not so much moving around.
So next time I’ll be writing from there - hopefully with more to share.
One more thing, I’ll start adding this kind of list to the end of my newsletter starting now:
🇮🇩 Location: Canggu, Bali, Indonesia
⌚️ Local Time: 19:45 WITA
🎧 Listening to: Galimatias - Ocean Floor Kisses
It is inspired by a fellow nomad that I met on the Nomad Cruise - Tomas Lau. He’s writing an amazing blog and the Life Designed newsletter you should definitely check out. His nomad life kinda turns to an end soon (for now), but his content will continue to be 🔥 fire.
Enjoy your weekend, recharge, and get ready to fire up the next,
Addon: Kode With Klossy Summer Camp
Additionally, I’d like to add this really cool organization called Kode with Klossy. It’s an organization in the US that organizes free summer camps for girls to learn coding. I love the idea. I think there are definitely not enough women in the sector. And learning to code is an incredibly empowering feeling. Understanding the underlying tech of the devices and websites we use every day! If you know any girls in the US between 14 and 18 years old, please pass this on for them to potentially have a fantastic summer camp.
Kode with Klossy
What I am doing: Creating an Overview
I’ve been sitting in front of blank pages in my notebook for some time now. This time around? It’s about creating an overview of the areas that I want to take action in these next few weeks.
The new thing is that I’ve been writing in my new notebook by Elfinbook. It’s an erasable notebook, and I really enjoy it. It’s a great feeling, the pen rolls nicely across the page, and erasing it is really easy. The only downside is that you sometimes have to be careful when closing it right after you finished writing as the ink might get smushed onto the next page.
Having this notebook gives me way more freedom around taking notes. I can just scan them, erase them, and have the page back. I don’t have to carry any extra notebooks anymore. Don’t have to worry about saving a page, or running out of paper.
Elfinbook Everlast Erasable Notebook
Traveling for almost 2.5 years by now it’s always fun to manage stuff across time zones (not really). But there are ways to keep an eye on the timezones that are important to you. Whether you’d like to know what time it is for your family, your clients, or maybe you want to know when your fav TV show starts in a specific country? Then this video - showing to free programs for Mac - might be perfect for you.
Timezones at All Times on macOS and iOS [13 min video]
I found Clair Michelle aka PlantifulSoul on Instagram about a year ago, and recently she shared a new playlist I’ve been listening to this past week. It’s really chill and perfect for the tropical temperatures here in Bali.
Listen to Claires Set on SoundCloud
Quotes of the Day:
“Honest disagreement is often a good sign of progress.”
~ Mahatma Gandhi
“We are an impossibility in an impossible universe.”
~ Ray Bradbury
“I’m writing a first draft and reminding myself that I’m simply shoveling sand into a box so that later I can build castles.”
~ Pat Flynn
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