The Truth About Money And Travel

Travel

It seems as though the Internet has been split into two camps regarding the virtues of traveling and the practical costs and benefits of being a traveller. On the one hand, there are posts, listicles and dreamy pictures of far-off vistas that exhort you to drop everything right this minute and embark on a voyage …

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4 Great Travel Inspiration Websites

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Whether you’re looking for your next destination or just trying to find things to do on a weekend while at home, these sites will help you immensely! Atlas Obscura: I’ve shamefully stolen their About Us blurb because it describes the weird and quirky content so well: In an age where everything seems to have been …

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Bonneville

The Bonneville Salt Flats And A Skeptic’s Problem

Travel

I’ve always been skeptical about everything. There’s always been an innate distrust of coincidence, in my life. Perhaps it comes from a constantly questing nature, the need to probe and push and try and figure out why something happened the way it did, rather than accept that it was ‘fate’ or luck. But I have …

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Miami Beaches: A People Watcher’s Paradise

Travel

I’ve been to beaches before. I used to be a four-times-a-year Goa aficionado. I’ve had a serious love affair with Koh Tao’s white sand beaches in Thailand. I’ve taken lounging in a hammock to extremes in Bali. But Miami is something else. It’s the perfect blend of garish opulence and welcoming attitudes. I could imagine …

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news

The News Crisis

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If you eavesdrop on a typical meeting in an Indian newsroom, especially one where long-term strategy is being discussed, you’ll find that at some point, there will be a dire pronouncement made (usually by the marketing or sales people, who actually have no business being in the room) that audience attention spans are dwindling, for …

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CEOs tips

5 Things That CEOs Can Learn From Budget Travelers

5 Things

Budget travelers, like CEOs, have painful lives that they live in order to experience the rewards. That’s the hard truth – for all those beautiful cityscapes and sunsets, the IPOs and the successful buyouts, there’s a price to pay. Constant worry about your belongings and assets. Lots and lots of budget woes. Tons of tense …

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Facebook

Top 5 Facebook Flaws

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Facebook is an amazing social tool, but the tragic flaw with it is that society is composed mainly of tools. This is why a number of extremely irritating trends have cropped up – trends which make you want to shut down your computer, go outside and take a deep breath. Now these trends have been documented …

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