You will remember bangkok for many things, most notably the food and the markets. however the traffic is another aspect of bangkok that you will probably never forget. always leave early and try to use public transportation as much as possible. bangkok has a rail metro system that for me is on par or better than many transit systems in the west. proper planning ahead of time can often save you an hour or two sitting in traffic that moves at a snails pace.
In one week i’ll be back in the clouds ☁️⠀
some people don’t enjoy flying and i don’t blame you. between the uncomfortable seats, being surrounded by sick people, and never having enough leg room, i get the cons. but for me that feeling of looking out of an airplane window at these gorgeous clouds and getting an incredible view of this beautiful planet we call home makes it more than worth it. ✈️⠀
how do you feel about flying? is it just a necessary evil to get to your destination or do you love it?
Last few weeks of the year is always a hustle but also the best time to finish all the tasks, complete client projects and make plans for the upcoming year 💪🏻🎉
i usually use few apps and techniques that help me stay on top of things as a freelancer and location-independent entrepreneur. i am sharing my list below, let me know what you girls tend to use 😎
▫️ trello – for project and task management
▫️ pomodoro technique – for time management
▫️ smart goals technique – for setting short-term and long-term goals
▫️ beautiful notebook or planner – for writing down thoughts on the go and also for making to-do lists
this is my minimum set of tools, there is actually a lot more 😅 which of the tools are you using and how is your schedule looks for the next few weeks? ⠀⠀⠀
photo: @takeoffwithlove#nomadgirls 🍂
Entrepreneurial journeys vary wildly!
this is why it’s so important to
- really know why you’re embarking on the journey in the beginning
- put your all into it ( even if your all doesn’t look like someone else’s)