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A No-bike Guide to Koh Tao, Thailand

Nang Yuan Viewpoint Koh Tao

As someone who’s been living on Koh Tao for three months without a motorcycle or scooter, I know a thing or two about life on the island sans wheels. Renting a bike or scooter is an excellent way to get around in Asia — but only if you’re an excellent and confident driver! I’ve seen …

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Eye Health for Digital Nomads

SO THIS IS A WEIRD ONE. Ha. Why oh why am I writing about eye health for digital nomads? Because as travelers and WIFI-chasers, digital nomads put a lot of strain on their eyes. Whether it’s from staring at a computer all day, working late at the screen well into the night, or living in …

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WTF Have I Been Doing on Koh Tao

Palm tree photoshoot in Koh Tao

Ummmm so Koh Tao. Basically I planned to come here after Koh Phangan and spend the holidays here then decide whether I wanted to stay longer or go live somewhere else in Thailand. Well I chose to stay (!) and honestly it’s been a complete whirlwind/blur and I can barely keep track of time or …

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My TMJD Story

Getting physical therapy for chronic jaw pain

I originally thought my TMJD experience would make a good YouTube video instead of written blog post but I honestly just can’t with making and editing video content. So here we are. I thought I would write up the full story of my temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJD) aka chronic jaw pain for others who may …

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A Year in Review: 2017

By the beach in Baan Tai, Koh Phangan, Thailand

In terms of travel, this year was BY FAR the least traveled year for me since graduating college. I said that in last year’s review but this year was even worse. I didn’t leave the country the entire year until DECEMBER. I didn’t even see much of the States until November. I overall stayed in …

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Oops I’m in THAILAND

Visiting my home in Bangkok five years later

WOW it has been one hell of a long time coming for this one. But I have finally arrived at my “final” destination for the moment: Thailand! As I’ve said before, one of the main reasons I wanted to become a freelancer was to have location independence so I could travel/live abroad. I had a …

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