Here’s the thing about having systems in your business… In order for them to work, you have to have them. For better or worse, my process and my days have largely been the same since leaving my job. I work in the mornings, take a break for lunch, work a few hours more in the afternoon, […]
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.
As this is being published I’m on a golf course. waiting out a snowstorm in the Canadian Rockies. Unfortunately, while I’m out on a golf course in a snowstorm halfway across the continent, I’m missing one of the most important days of the year: Today is my three year wedding anniversary. In my re-introduction post last week I […]
I’m willing to bet that in the grand scheme of places on your “to visit” list, that visiting Jordan isn’t necessarily at the top of the list. I mean, who actually goes to visit that small country in the middle East tucked between Israel and Saudi Arabia. Well, me for starters. Since I started this site in […]
For those of you who have been following me for a while, you’ve probably discerned that I have a fascination with lists and quests. It started with the very first page published here at Location Rebel: My bucket list (which is getting an overhaul shortly). A couple years after that I set out to experience […]
While I had no idea at the time, 8 years ago I had an experience that would shape the way I traveled for years to come. Late in 2010, I crossed off a big bucket list item for me of going to NYC. Now the Big Apple is probably the place I visit most routinely […]
Hi, My Name is Sean Ogle. I’ve been blogging here for the last 9 years. But if you’re new to the site, you might not have realized that. To recap, I’ve been a bit MIA. Both physically and mentally. I’ve only been writing once a month or so, and the rest of the posts have […]
When I started Location Rebel over 9 years ago, I was clueless. And the best part about it? You knew I was clueless because I embraced it and showed it off with every post I wrote. But it was that cluelessness, that personality, that caused people to pay attention. That’s how I grew my audience and my brand in the […]
In the last few years, I’ve read over 50 business and self help books. Yea, I counted. And no matter what I read, I always try to find some sort of takeaway or lesson. With some books it’s easy, I’ll have full pages highlighted in my Kindle. With others, well not so much. But even […]
Quit your job, move to Hawaii. That’s the dream. How many times have you sat in your day job and dreamt about white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and sipping mai-tais day in and day out? Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Well way back in 2009, my best friend Ryan did just that. While I […]
I’m going to venture a guess, and say that you don’t actually want to be a digital nomad. Sure you’d love to travel more, see exciting new places, and be able to take your work with you – but it’s that nomadic part, that most of us (including myself, don’t actually want). We do however want a digital hybrid […]