Nomadic Professionals – Interviewed by The Professional Hobo

January 18, 2010 - Filed under General




Kelly was interviewed by Nora Dunn from theprofessionalhobo.com not too long ago as part of her ‘A Week-In-The-Life of’ series. People sometimes assume that because we’re living in a tropical destination, we must be semi-retired, or that we’re always hanging out on the beach or diving… Truth be told, it’s been a very busy few months work-wise since we arrived in Costa Rica. For a closer look at what went on in an average week when we arrived in Costa Rica, have a look at Nora’s latest post here: A Week-In-The-Life of Kelly & Mike: Have Internet Will Travel

Lately, aside from taking 3 weeks off in December for Xmas holidays, we’ve been keeping our noses buried in our computers 6 days a week and sticking to our new exercise schedule of an hour each day. Saturdays are a designated day off now. We were having problems coordinating downtime between the two of us before the holidays and decided we needed to have a day each week where we wouldn’t think about work or working out and could just head to the beach, or out for brunch together.

Kelly has also been busily posting great crafty content on her craft blog – Talk Crafty To Me – ‘Dedicated to all things handmade’.

I hope you’re all keeping busy back home. We’re wishing some sunshine your way!

Want to know what we’ve been working on? Check out our online portfolios:
Kelly – FightLikeAGirl.net
Mike – ASFlasher.com



Posted by: Shim

2 Comments so far

  1. Nora - The Professional Hobo January 18, 2010 11:36 pm

    Thanks for participating in my week-in-the-life series! I particularly liked your entry, because one of my aims with the series is to debunk the myth that travel is all beaches and fancy drinks. Balancing work and travel is quite a task, especially when we are in exotic locations!

  2. Kelly January 19, 2010 12:04 am

    Thanks for asking us to be part of it. I always look forward to reading about other people’s nomadic lives. We mostly meet people on vacation or the occasional expat… it’s pretty rare that we meet people in a similar situation as us, so it’s nice to be able to read your “week-in-the-life series” and realize we’re not the only crazy ones out there!

Leave a Comment

Name (required)

Email (required)

Website

Comments

CommentLuv badge