HUGELY GENEROUS CONTEST AHEAD
But first, a word from our sponsor…
(review written by me, after the company sent me a wallet to check out for you all)
Review of the CAZLET iPhone Wallet
The good people of Kynez contacted me recently. They wanted to know if I’d be interested in reviewing their newest wallet, the CAZLET.
Keith of Kynez explained the CAZLET is an iPhone wallet. I was immediately skeptical, but I figured “Why not, I’ll check it out if they’re sending me one.”
Well, I got it 3 days ago, and have been using it 100%. My impression: the CAZLET is a smart product.
Continue reading CONTEST & Review: CAZLET Lets Your iPhone Travel Smartly
Yesterday Canada announced it is re-opening the Federal Skilled Worker and Skilled Trades Program.
If you want to get into Canada, this is great news for you.
Getting Into Canada as a Federal Skilled Worker
This is very exciting news for people who wanted to immigrate into Canada, but didn’t want to marry a Canadian to do it. LOL Continue reading How to Get Into Canada Using New Federal Skilled Worker Program
You know, as a man gets older (not “old,” just older), he labels his experience as worthy to pass on. Women…they have the miracle of birth, but for us guys, passing on knowledge is pretty much all we got. So, I guess, given the chance, we run with it.
Last week, a 16-year boy wrote to me, asking for advice. He admires his dad whose own corporate career included assignments abroad. The boy lived overseas for half his life, and wants to continue it himself. Very cool to hear.
Well, you combine the two things and it starts to explain the good feeling I get from e-mail chain between me and this young one. Continue reading (More) Advice to the 16-Year Olds Out There
I get e-mail asking for help. E-mail every day. And I answer every one. Don’t believe me? Try me.
I’d say 85% of the e-mail I get is the same general request for help: get me overseas. For general e-mails, I give general help. See examples here.
But sometimes I get an e-mail that tugs at my heart. Today was one of them. A 16-year old wrote for some early life-direction advice. At first glance, it was almost “cute.” I mean, imagine, a 16 year old asking a total stranger (-me, of all people!) for advice. He doesn’t know me at all. He only knows I have travelled and he wants the same. Then I read it carefully. Continue reading Advice to a 16-Year Old
To some, “Slomo” is Dr. John Kitchin, a neurologist. To others, he seems like “a homeless guy with a nice pair of skates.” To others, he’s just …happy. He got away.
Watch the video and decide who Slomo is to you.
Heard the News?
Just in case you missed the news, US President Obama quietly extended the country’s status of national emergency. I’m guessing you missed that bit of news. Though, you probably didn’t miss the fact the year is now 2014.
I know what you’re thinking… it’s 2014, and the terrorist attack which killed nearly 3000 people on September 11, 2001 happened in 2001. That’s like …13 years ago. Yup, 13 years. Yup, the US, the most (insert here: powerful/wealthy/nuclear-tipped/war faring/inch-measuring) country in the world, still running scared in a state of national “Oh GAWD, the sky is falling!” emergency.
Thirteen Years. Seriously?
Do you know what you were doing during the attack? For millions of Americans, it’s the annual conversation-starter question, if ever there was one.
Whether you’re American thinking in Fahrenheit, or Canadian thinking in Celsius, it’s COLD here.
The temperature outside our house is now -15 (C). With the wind, we’re well past twenty below zero. (Dude, that’s cold.)
I’m no outdoorsman, not an Inuit, nor am I fond of cold in general. In fact, if I can share, I’m daydreaming of a toasty beach chair and a cool tropical drink with one of those little paper umbrellas.
Continue reading Holy Winter in Nova Scotia, Canada!
On my blog, I only seek to inspire you to travel. That’s my purpose. To inspire you to push the comfort zone, explore the great world around you, and seek your own adventure.
Here are 3 examples of how 3 guys, Matt, Alex and Miguel, used travel to turn their normal thing into something kick-ass…
Continue reading 3 Examples How Travelling Changes Boring into Kick-Ass
You want to work abroad. You follow the steps, nail the interview and hear their salary offer.
Is it enough? How much is enough?
Sure, now you know how much you’re taking in. But how much will be going out? How much for a month’s rent, a loaf of bread, a gallon of gas?
For some cities, you’ll make more than enough to pay for a good life, plus sock away the rest in savings.
And for some cities, …well, you should have countered with a higher salary.
How should you have known? You could have known. Research.
For now, let me give you the 10 most expensive and the 10 cheapest cities. If your city isn’t one of them, read on.
Continue reading The World’s 10 Most Expensive & Cheapest Cities To Live
Applying for and working on a cruise ship isn’t as pie-in-the-sky as you might expect, and with hundreds of people working above and below deck to ensure passengers have a fantastic experience, there might be a role that can put your talents, skills and experience to good use. So if you like the idea of waking up one morning in one port or harbour and the next in another, then read on…
Why work on a cruise ship?
Working on a a cruise ship gives you the opportunity to work with and for people of every age and nationality. The combination of socialising, working – heck, just living on the open seas attracts people from many nations and cultures wanting to give and experience more. Old sea dogs, university graduates, career changers, those supporting a family back home, the sheer number of people working on a cruise ship means that the environment on the high seas is a glorious combination of language, culture and experience.
Continue reading Working On a Cruise Ship: The Facts