Remote Content Marketing Assistant Needed – Digital Nomads Welcome!
The Content Factory (owned by Kari DePhillips of Workationing) is a growing content, PR and social media marketing firm in need of a remote content marketing assistant to help us meet the needs of our expanding list of clients. We’re a virtual agency with no physical offices, and this position requires that you work from home
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3 Mistakes Digital Nomads Make When Doing Travel Research Online
The benefit of making mistakes is being able to learn from them, and BOY HAVE WE MADE SOME MISTAKES during our tenure as digital nomads on Workation. And we’ve noticed some trends. The biggest mistakes digital nomads make when conducting travel research online are preventable – we’ll show you how to avoid them, based on
Tejo in Medellín: Why Playing Tejo Should Be On Your Bucket List
We’d never heard of tejo (pronounced TAY-ho) before we got to Medellín, Colombia – but once we found out about it, there was no question that we’d be playing this game. Trust us on this: it’s totally worthy of your bucket list. Below you’ll find info on how you, too, can play tejo in Colombia. (Scroll down
How I Lost 38 Pounds in 3 Months While Traveling (Without a Scale!)
You know what’s kind of awkward? Writing a blog post about something that is your absolute least favorite thing to talk about. And for me, that’s my weight. Man, it just sucks so bad. I’m a driven, accomplished, confident lady and I don’t love admitting that I have that particular weakness. It’s not cute. It’s
You Can Travel the World & Live Like a Baller for $40k/year – Here’s How
What kind of life can you live on $40k per year? At more than $15k below the median household income in the United States, you’re probably imagining a relatively modest existence — one that probably looked a lot like mine did a year ago. Back then, I lived in a two bedroom, two bathroom apartment
Travel Hack: How to Make Ice Without Ice Cube Trays
There’s one thing you can count on if you work while traveling: given enough time, you’ll definitely run into some technical difficulties. We certainly did while spending our first month of workation in Aguada, Puerto Rico! Fortunately, we were able to hack together some solutions on the fly, and we decided to keep track of
The Ultimate Guide to Puerto Rico’s Bioluminescent Bays
I’ll be real with you: the best part about traveling is, and always has been, the pictures. Sure, there’s the electric thrill as the wheels on your plane go up signalling the start of a new adventure. There’s the euphoria of making genuine connections with other travelers in far-flung places. There’s the quiet confidence that
Is it Cheaper to take a Taxi, Uber or Rent a Car in Puerto Rico?
As budget-conscious ladies who’re concerned with keeping numbers low in our expense tracking Spreadsheet for Workationing, our first cost-based decision was whether to take an Uber or Lyft, cab ride or taxi from one side of the island to the other. Here’s what we learned in our recent trip to Puerto Rico (we flew into
Empowering Adventures in Putting All Your Stuff in a 10×10 Storage Facility
One of the most panic attack inducing items on the pre-Workation “to do” list was moving. This included renting a box truck, and is something that both Kelly and I had to do (even though Kelly was just moving her stuff to a storage facility across the street). I, on the other hand, lived in