The 3 Types of Digital Nomads – A Field Guide

Which One Are You? We’ve all seen those Instagram accounts. Maybe we follow them.  After a while, the pictures look the same. The bikini girl holding a beach towel over her head as it streams behind her. Sleek laptops in chic coffeeshops. A cold drink – could be rose, could be frose – in your … Continue reading The 3 Types of Digital Nomads – A Field Guide

Transform Your Business Trip Into a Vacation in 6 Easy Steps

It’s no secret that Americans get little vacation days. The average American worker gets 10 vacation days off a year, with nearly 1/4 of American employees getting no paid time off a year at all. 10 days is barely enough to take two trips a year, let alone leave a few spare days to use … Continue reading Transform Your Business Trip Into a Vacation in 6 Easy Steps

Saving Money By Going Remote

Much ink has been spilled on the topic of whether telecommuting setups can save employers money. But, what about employees? This BusinessInsider employee purports to have saved $6,000 in seven months – all attributable to (1) working from home full time and (2) relocating from NYC to California. Location-independent employees can accrue the most savings … Continue reading Saving Money By Going Remote

I CAN HAZ GLOBAL ENTRY? What to expect in your Global Entry Application Process

I recently (yes, it took me this long, despite the fact that I'm coming up on my ten-year anniversary of moving abroad) copped the Global Entry-TSA Pre-Check two-fer this weekend. We (or, I) at The No-Pants Life will make it my mission to make it easier for all my readership to get the hell outta … Continue reading I CAN HAZ GLOBAL ENTRY? What to expect in your Global Entry Application Process