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Yes I’m Still Alive

By on July 10, 2017

So here I am in month 12 of Remote Year and all I can do I wonder how the hell we got here so quickly. On my last post I wrote about my feelings of air travel back at the beginning of April. As you can imagine, I’ve done…

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The Halfway Point

By on March 15, 2017

So if you’ve been following by blog you’ve likely noticed that I’m not very good at writing regular posts. My original goal coming into Remote Year was to post bi-weekly. Very early on in the game I realized that this was going to be hard to attain so I…


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A Pretty Typical Week

By on November 7, 2016

We’re already into our fourth month of Remote Year and time is ticking by faster than I ever imagined it would. In a previous post I touched briefly on the concept of time on Remote Year. Our daily lives are still a constant buzz consisting of working, participating in…


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The Hidden Talents of Bulgaria – Operation Teddy Bear

By on November 1, 2016

I wrote in a previous post that one of the aims of Remote Year is to give back to the communities that we call home for the month. One weekend in November a group of remotes got together for a 24 hour hackathon for the benefit of Operation Teddy…

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Making Time for Remote Year

By on September 13, 2016

The first month of Remote Year has come and gone faster than I could have imagined. One day a group of 70-odd strangers showed up at Lisbon airport, ready to embark on a year-long journey that’s nicely divided into 12 segments – 12 cities, with a month spent in…

Current Location: Barcelona, Spain

Hi there! I started this blog when I joined Remote Year back in August 2016. We were the 6th group of the program, starting with just under 70 people and finishing with just over 50. After our year finished I returned to Toronto to let the dust settle and plan my next move. I've hit the road again, this time mostly by my own accord, and I'll spend most of 2018 travelling around Europe.