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Hub Travel: The Anti-Hacker’s Guide to Seeing the World Without Stressing Out, Going Broke or Losing Your Mind

I am always impressed and a little jealous when I see travel hackers outline the way they organize their trips around the world. A recent example was this über-post on how to organize an international adventure. Tyler covers it all: From budgeting your trip and earning airline miles to hiring tour guides the smart way. […]

Good Reads, Winter Season Edition

Winter is beautiful – on photos. That’s what I thought when I heard that it snowed for the first time this winter in the city where my parents live. A good reason to stay in the Caribbean for sure (despite the rain here). But also a good reason to look into my archives and find […]

Good Reads, Gunpowder Treason Edition

One year ago, The Friendly Anarchist went live with a short post remembering the gunpowder plot of 1605 and a speech from V, main character of the Hollywood movie V for Vendetta, based on Alan Moore’s graphic novel of the same name. It was a bit of a coincidence, but then, why not start a […]

The End of Fake Productivity: Review of The Dojo by Jonathan Mead and Charlie Gilkey

When Japanese martial artists want to deepen their knowledge, learn new techniques, and advance their skills, they gather in a training center, the dojo. Both avid martial artists themselves, Jonathan Mead from Illuminated Mind and Charlie Gilkey from Productive Flourishing, joined forces to transfer this image of the dojo into the world of productivity. The Dojo […]