The newest episode of the Mountain Shores podcast is here! Accompanied by some interesting background noises (including the clinking of whisky glasses and what might be traffic, a mountain storm, or alien interference), Milo and I met to talk about the importance of limiting how much we have on our plates if we want to… Continue reading Mountain Shores: The Lost Episode
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Join me for C.A.K.E.?
On our mission to make blogging fun again, Milo McLaughlin and I yesterday launched our first bize-sized online course: The C.A.K.E. Method was developed for blogging warriors, worriers and wannabes and is available now for the ridiculously cheap price of $19. Basically, we will teach you our method to brainstorm new content ideas, put them… Continue reading Join me for C.A.K.E.?
Getting Geeky (and a bite-sized course about cake and blogging)
In the newest episode of our podcast, Milo and I meet up with Michael Nobbs to talk about vacations, our inner geek, and Amazon’s secret to making a profit from blogging. We also spill the beans about our upcoming bite-sized course, The C.A.K.E Method. We are building this course for those of you who’d like… Continue reading Getting Geeky (and a bite-sized course about cake and blogging)
How to Change Your Life in 10 Years
As we speak, Pavel is getting breakfast at the motorway restaurant Pfungstadt Ost, some 30 minutes south of Frankfurt: Rolls, scrambled eggs, bacon, and a fresh cup of steaming hot coffee. After sleeping for six hours last night on his truck – three of which weren’t all that restful due to a party celebrated by… Continue reading How to Change Your Life in 10 Years
Why You Should Reduce Your Working Hours
The sea is like work: There’s enough for everybody. —Farin Urlaub, Am Strand (“At the Beach”) The term transition originates in the 16th century and is derived from the Latin verb transire, “to go across”. On the one hand, this seems adequate as I “went across” to live on an island this summer. On the… Continue reading Why You Should Reduce Your Working Hours