I read a lot of blog posts and tech articles that advise and urge entrepreneurs and creatives to enjoy the process.
They tell us to acknowledge that creating anything of value is going to be a grind, put your head down – perhaps focusing on some element of the project that you can feel passionate about – and get to work on that process until you emerge victorious, sweating and panting, on the other side of that fence called success. Continue reading
As a follow up to a recent post I made about Evernote being one of the most useful and often used applications on my computer, I threw together a quick video demonstrating how I use Evernote Continue reading
I have been on the road for 6 months now, more or less. My luggage consists of a carry on backpack and a messenger bag. I like to think that I keep it light for a first time, long-term traveller.
My style of travel is slow and (relatively) cheap. I’ve spent most of the past 6 months in 3 significant locations: the island of Bali in Indonesia, the tropical paradise of Puerto Galera on Mindoro, Philippines and the mellow student city of Dumaguete, PH. Continue reading
Around two months ago, Damian Thompson, my friend and road dawg here in the Philippines introduced me to an app named Evernote. It changed the way I use my computer forever. Continue reading