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Monthly Archives: August 2017
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The Girls of Russia

I’ve been releasing a lot of content about Russia lately on some of my other endeavors. Seeing as how Russia is one of the last “untouched” lands where guys can find truly feminine girls (largely thanks to the visa restriction which stops stag parties from hoping on an EasyJet flight for $25), it’s a place that […]

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It Was In This Moment…I Missed Home

The cashier at the restaurant handed me the credit card terminal. I slid my card into the terminal, as I’d done many times before. As the reciept printed, I removed the card from the terminal—also, as I’d done many times before. It was then she yelled at me. She was speaking a language I couldn’t […]

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Introducing The Nomad and Nerdy Show

In case you missed it on Sunday, I’ve started two new shows. The first is the Dating Abroad Podcast, which I announced here. The second one is called Nomad and Nerdy. It’s running every Monday and Friday, so make sure you subscribe at the links below so you stay on top of the latest and […]

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How to Create Web Content People WANT

It’s 2017, and things move really fast. If you want to follow a social media platform like Twitter, where people spew their thoughts out in 140 characters or less—be prepared to treat it like a full-time job. I follow a mere 50 people and increasingly find myself skipping through and realizing that I cannot possible […]

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Introducing the Dating Abroad Podcast

I’ve launched a new podcast with the singular niche of dating abroad…because, well—I get a lot of questions about it. This will be a shorter formatted show. Maximum of 30 minutes; straight and to the point. And no, the original podcast isn’t going anywhere. The new podcast will have 2x weekly episodes every Tuesday and […]

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The #1 Thing You Must Know As a Content Creator

To reach my apartment, you have to climb 126 stairs. These aren’t your typical “normal” stairs either. These are old, European-style building stairs. They’re steep, narrow, and painful. They wrap around in circles to make it seem like you are in an endless loop. Imagine using the stair-stepper at the gym on the hardest setting, […]

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Why I Podcast

Okay, first off—I am breaking my promise of releasing a new episode of Troublesome Radio every Sunday. I am hoping this is going to be the last time. Because, well—at the suggestion of a pretty smart businessman who I’ve been working with, I’ve niched down and started two new shows. The first one has been announced […]

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