Like many aspects of our day-to-day lives, our workplaces and habits have undergone huge changes since the COVID-19 pandemic.
The past couple of years have transformed the way people work and the way they want to engage in the workplace.
It’s more important than ever for business leaders to stay up to date on how work is shifting. Adjusting to new workplace trends will be essential when it comes to attracting and retaining the best talent.
We’ve highlighted six major workplace trends to keep ...
We’ve all been on a conference call where someone’s voice echoed during the meeting. Sometimes, it’s simply distracting and annoying, but other times the echo can be so bad that it’s impossible to understand the speaker.
How many times have you had to interrupt a call to say, “Sorry, there’s a bit of an echo on your end!”
My name is Kelly and I’m a nomadic online travelling writer from Canada. I write a range of travel-related content on a freelance basis, including blogs, articles, guide books, eBooks, promotional travel content, website content and much more. I do all of this while travelling full time around the world with my boyfriend Lee, a web designer from Lancashire, England.
Known as the spiritual capital, the Northern city of Chiang Mai is one of the most popular destinations for travelers to Thailand. It is the main base for exploring the North of Thailand, It has a laid back vibe, a fantastic cost of living and a huge variety in things to see and do.
Are you planning a trip to Thailand? Thinking about getting travel insurance but overwhelmed at all the choices available to you? Don’t give up. This travel insurance guide will walk you through the process of selecting the perfect travel insurance plan for your trip to Thailand or Southeast Asia.
Planning to fly to Bangkok? The gateway to traveling Southeast Asia, Bangkok offers mouthwatering street food, rich culture, non-stop nightlife, top-notch spas, world-class fine dining, intriguing local galleries, and much more—all for a very affordable price.
So, how can you find the cheapest possible flight to Bangkok so that you have more money left over to spend on pad Thai and tuk-tuk rides?
When I’m not watching the sunrise at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, or camping in the Australian Outback, or taking part in a street carnival in southern Peru, you can find me frantically typing away on my laptop in hostel kitchens, coffee shops and hammocks around the world.
As a full-time digital nomad and travel writer, I have the freedom to work from anywhere.
People around the world eat all sorts of strange things – from fried spiders in Cambodia to live octopus in Korea. Over the years these odd foods are cooked to culinary perfection and become a fascinating part of the culture of your destination.
Approximately 8,000 years ago somewhere in the middle of nowhere in Georgia (the country, not the state), some guys decided to try storing their wild grape juice for the winter by putting in a clay vessel and burying it in a pit.
When they dug it out in the spring, they had a bit of a surprise.
“Hey… Umm… You know this grape juice we buried underground all winter?”
“Well, it’s not really grape juice anymore.”
Before you go traveling for the first time, you’re going to get a lot of crap advice from people who don’t know what they are talking about. They mean well, of course, but they have never been traveling themselves so they aren’t imparting wisdom – just vague warnings based on what they have heard.
I always think it’s funny when people ask us if we have won the lottery. It’s as if the only way we could afford to travel the world is if we had some sort of enormous financial windfall. Travelling doesn’t have to be as expensive as you think - here are some ways Lee and I make it cheaper.
There are many reasons why you should look for a freelance writer who has their own blog – especially a blog in the niche that you are looking to hire them to write about.
I hope you enjoy Kelly Dunning’s story, and her insights and advice on how she has made the most of one simple habit to banish the guilt of not posting and rediscover her passion for her travel blog Global-Goose.com.
The much anticipated Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre production of the hit musical Fire was not as hot as expected. However, the play’s strong visuals and the dynamic portrayal of female lead character Molly King by actress Celine Stubel managed to bring some real warmth to the evening.