Posts by Tammy Perry

Digital Nomads and Money, Let’s Talk

Digital Nomads and Money, Let’s Talk

What did you hear about money when you were growing up? We can’t afford it. You have to work hard and earn it. It doesn’t grow on trees. We don’t have enough money. We can make the best of what we have. We can get more if we buy cheaper. We are always going to be in debt, so you might as well borrow for that house/car/etc. Do you live paycheck to paycheck with barely enough to get by on at the...

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Why Do We Do the Things We Do?

Why Do We Do the Things We Do?

It was 1977. Canadian road signs are converted to metric units, Voyager was launched by NASA, Quebec became the first large jurisdiction in the world to prohibit discrimination in the public and private sectors based on sexual orientation, and I finally finished reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. My room was wall-papered with pages from national geographic, and my bicycle was my...

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China in the Morning

Landed in China Guangzhou  airport.

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Anticipation

Anticipation

The most difficult part of air travel for me, is the anticipatory period when everything is booked and ready, and all you have to do it wait. I have work to keep me busy, and little things always pop up that need last-minute intervention, but I just want to be on the move! This flight to Cambodia is no exception. I have a raised stress level that comes from having to wait… for a flight, in order...

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Wilderness

Wilderness

Someone, somewhere will say, “Don’t do it. You don’t have what it takes to survive the wilderness.” This is when you reach deep into your wild heart and remind yourself, “I am the wilderness.” —Brene Brown Brene Brown’s latest book (affiliate link): Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone...

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