I still vividly remember the days before Location Rebel where I’d sit in my cubicle reading blog posts about location independence from Chris Guillebeau. The office building I worked at had an outdoor garden patio, where I used to go during my breaks to sit and daydream about someplace more exotic. I’d pretend I was […]
Lifestyle Design: How to Create the Life You Want
Lifestyle design is a catch-all buzzword that was made famous by Tim Ferriss around 2007.
The concepts of outsourcing your life, working for yourself, and creating a "4 hour work week" might be a little cliche these days, but the reality is that fundamentally they're all things we should be thinking about.
So many of us are in jobs we hate, routines that are dis-enchanting and we're not able to do the things we like to do on a regular basis.
So "designing our lives" to figure out how to integrate more of those things is a really valuable proposition and something we should do more of.
At Location Rebel our lifestyle design posts cover a broad range of topics like travel, blogging, productivity, and bucket lists.
Here are some of our most popular lifestyle design posts, followed by all of our posts in this category:
- Bucket List Inspiration: My Bucket List
- Creating a Bucket List: How to Create a Bucket List in 10 Easy Steps
- Taking a Sabbatical: 24 Things I Learned from Taking a Two Month Global Sabbatical
- Start a Blog: Why Blog? Here are 56 Reasons You Should Start a Blog in 2018
- Location Independent Jobs: 10 Businesses You Can Run from Anywhere on Earth (And Start Today)
- Cool Offices: The 20 Coolest Offices from Across the Globe
These are just a handful of dozens of posts on lifestyle design, so cruise through them below and start creating the life you really want.
Today is my 36th birthday (or at least it was when I wrote this!) Wow. When I started this blog I was… *Doing the math….* *Still doing the math…* 24. To think that I’d still be doing this full-time TWELVE years later is still one of the great surprises, and joys, of my life. I […]
Intro from Sean: This is a post from Location Rebel Academy member Laura Kathryn. There are so many wonderful stories coming out of our community that we wanted to do a series to highlight as many of them as we could. Here’s her story. — This is not a success story. This is not a sales […]
So, you’re looking for a way to make money fast? We’ve all been there. Sometimes we get in a bind and need to generate some cash as quickly as possible. Maybe you’ve just begun to consider working online and you want to see some results ASAP. Whatever your reason may be, it’s totally understandable and […]
What would it look like if… …I ran a marathon even though I’ve never done it before? …I moved to a tropical island for two months? …I built a business that has the potential to help thousands of people? …I golfed all of the top 100 golf courses in the world. ….or visited all the best bars in the […]
How to get anything you want in life – pretty bold statement in that headline, right? Well, I think I can back it up. Yesterday I turned 31. I look at that number, and while it’s a little bit scary, I can’t help feel good about everything I’ve accomplished over the last seven years since […]
Here’s a reality of life: we all get stuck in a rut occasionally. Sometimes the ruts are deeper than others. Sometimes they take longer to climb out of. But no matter where you are in life, how successful you are, or how great things seem on the surface, we all have our moments. Those moments where nothing […]
If you’re a new blogger or niche site owner, you might think traffic is the be-all-end-all most important part of your new business? And you’re right…kind of. Without people visiting your blog, you won’t have a business. Simple as that. But there’s a BIG mistake most new bloggers make: they don’t know what to do with that […]
It was 2 am on Saturday morning. Most of my friends were grabbing their final drink of the evening at the bars in Portland. But, my friend Brian and I were 3 hours away – just waking up at a cabin on the McKenzie River. It would be about a 90 minute drive to get […]
When I was in 7th grade I edited my very first movie. It was on a flashy new turquoise iMac. Don’t lie, you totally remember when those first came out. At the time, video editing to me was something that could only be done in giant million dollar editing suites. The idea of being able to shoot […]