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7 Amazing Tips For Creating A Take-Away Anywhere Business

Thursday, December 05, 2013

Having an office at home is great, you can corner off a room or area of your house and use it just for working; if you're lucky enough you'll be able to close the door on it afterwards and leave all your work stuff in place ready for your next visit. Being a digital nomad on the other hand where you need to literally be able to pick your office up and go, sometimes at a moment's notice can be a challenge; here are my top tips for creating a travelling work environment. 

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Life On The Road Won't Be The Same Without Her

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Have you ever had something in your life that you knew wouldn't feel the same without it... Well, we've been living life on the road, and we're losing something that has been an integral part of it... 

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Sipping Mojitos In Santorini

Friday, July 12, 2013

This week I went to Santorini with my husband, and we had the most amazing time. Santorini is an island about 3 hours (by fast boat) from where we are now in Crete, and it's one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to. It's definitely on my top 10 list! Of course I had to share some images with you!  

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How To Have A Colourful Carnival Party On Your Blog

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

This weekend was a very special long weekend here in Greece, and we went to the annual carnival/festival in the main town. It was totally packed out but it was bunches of fun! Today I'm bringing the carnival to the blog with video and pictures for you to enjoy - And that's how you have a carnival party on a blog! 

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Schooling Children Who Travel - Is It Okay To Not Plan Out Their Entire Education?

Monday, January 28, 2013

My kids were born in October 2007 and February 2009 both in different countries, and every year, every birthday, they've been living somewhere different. One of the biggest questions or issues that families face when travelling with kids is what are they going to do about their education. It's a fair question - I haven't been too concerned about it to be honest, under the age of 5, there's nothing much they need to learn that some active playtime won't teach them. 

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How Does The Digital Nomad Lifestyle Affect The Education and Development Of Children?

Friday, October 05, 2012

First of all can I say a public happy birthday to my husband, who has been travelling by my side since we met in 2006, a new birthday, a new country… That seems to be how our birthdays go. 

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The Triumphs And Frustrations Of Helping To Change A Country

Friday, July 13, 2012

As many of you know I went to Austria last month as part of a workshop that I was invited to called “Create32” – to develop a vision for the future of Austria and where it could possibly be in 2032. 

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An Unmissable Virtual Tour Of Mayrhofen, Austria

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Last week I got back from Austria, it feels funny saying that in a way because I usually only take a one way trip anywhere I go, and settle for several months before taking my next one way journey – so anyway this was a round trip – Crete > Munich > Austria > Munich > Crete – where I was  invited to attend something called Create32. 

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Today I’ve Become A Greek And Tomorrow I’ll Be In Austria

Friday, June 15, 2012

I have to keep this one brief folks, because I am off to Austria tomorrow and I have had a hell of a time becoming Greek today. 

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You’ve Heard Of The Travel Bug? Well Actually It’s The Travel Drug!

Tuesday, May 08, 2012

I am having an amazing time in Crete, the sun is always shining, the birds are always singing, and the people are simply wonderful. I have also taken the plunge on this move and have hired a Greek child-minder for 3 days a week to help the kids learn the language, and so I can focus on some areas of the business I want to develop quickly. I am still pursuing my Greek learning, and it’s really accelerated since we have been here, I try to learn new words everyday and I also chat with the neighbours pretty much daily too. 

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Hi I'm Michelle, an entrepreneur specialising in virtual assistance, a digital and real world nomad, and a down-to-earth mother of three.

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