Bear with me as I get into the habit of writing each weekday. In this beginning stage of the 7+1, I might better describe it as “almost daily” rather than “daily” — at least until I develop more consistency with my posting schedule.
Anyway, the Kindred Road Daily 7+1 for Thursday, January 5, 2011 is complete. Enjoy!
Nature is an amazing thing — stuff “just works.” I’m thankful for all the natural processes in my body, the world, and the universe that just work without me needing to think about anything. I think enough as it is.
Shortly after starting his blog, Location 180, Sean Ogle became the original Tropical MBA intern with Dan Andrews down in SE Asia, and with some hard work, Sean’s life of location independence took off from there. Sean now travels the world, consulting on search engine optimization (SEO) and lifestyle design, managing affiliates, snapping HDR pictures, and constantly crossing things off his famous bucket list.
Sean’s recent writing includes making 2012 his “Year of Discipline” and what you need to do to become a permanent “slasher,” a modern-day Renaissance person who makes a living doing multiple things. Learn more about Sean at Location 180.
Thank you, Sean, for who you are and what you do!
I would venture to say that Canadians love Tim Hortons more than they love hockey. Tim Hortons cafés are everywhere in Canada, and they’re always packed with people. The coffee isn’t bad, but the pastries and treats are outstanding, especially the pumpkin spice muffin featured during October for Halloween — delicious!
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, flowin’ on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon back in 2010. I could watch this video 100 times in a row — it’s that good.
(If you can’t see or play the video, click here to watch it on Dailymotion.)
If you’re still using Internet Explorer to browse the web, you really need to switch over to a faster browser. My browser of choice is Google Chrome. But even though Chrome is speedy, there are still plenty of ways for me to speed up my browsing experience by using keyboard shortcuts instead of my mouse — once you “go keyboard,” you never go back.
“My choice is what I choose to do,
And if I’m causing no harm, it shouldn’t bother you.
“Your choice is who you choose to be,
And if you’re causin’ no harm, then you’re alright with me.”
–“Burn One Down,” Ben Harper
Live and let live — too many people forget this simple idea, especially in American politics.
If money was no object for you from here on out, what would you do with your time? How would you change your life?
Spend fifteen minutes brainstorming — and writing down — cool ideas (ex. ways to make the world and/or your life better, businesses to start, places to travel to, etc.)
See you on the Road,