All posts tagged ‘travel

Travel Reconsidered

[This is my second Moderate Proposal for Daunting, Delightful and Dilettantish Deeds to Pursue in 2014. See the introduction and part 1.] It’s 7:26am on a Sunday and I find myself waiting with wet hair in the middle of a winterly breeze. People around me look either bored or tired, some of them are still […]

Mountain Shores #3: Cakes and Slow Travel

Our podcast baby has a name, finally! Started as a wee experiment, we’re glad to bring you Mountain Shores episode 3, recorded with my co-host Milo McLaughlin and our regular guest (let’s me honest: our co-host honorem causa) Michael Nobbs. In a premiere, we met up in real life – in order to attend Chris […]

Lost in Friction

Lost in Friction

I arrived in Colombia more than three weeks ago. Since then, The Friendly Anarchist has been quieter then usual. Good reasons for that abound: My feeder plane in Europe had to make an emergency landing in Paris, so I missed my flight to the Americas and arrived a day late. Then, I had to attend […]

Sneak Peek: Bokehlist

I found myself working on my bucket list. I noticed it got rather long in two specific areas: Travel and photography. While I have slowed down a bit when it comes to distance, I’m probably traveling more than before right now, regionally and locally. Sometimes, I’m writing about it here. I don’t usually write about […]

Productivity as Empowerment

(No time to read? I’d like to create a free product on how to get work done while traveling the world. If that sounds like an interesting offer to you, please scroll down or sign up here!) After three months of exploring cities and forests, towns and villages, lakes and rivers in the interior of […]