15 Ways To Work Overseas And Keep Traveling the World


I must see the world before I pass.

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:

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Don’t have enough money to go traveling? Think you can’t save enough in your current situation to realize your dream of traveling the world? Well, you are wrong.

The perception that travel is expensive keeps many people from embarking on a journey around the world. They think to themselves “it’s too expensive and too difficult and I’ll never be able to do it.” But travel is not as expensive as it appears and even if you can’t save thousands upon thousands of dollars, you can always find work overseas. It’s not as hard as you imagine and it’s an option overlooked too often by travelers.

Finding work overseas is not like finding a job in the United States. It’s a much more informal process, and if you remember you are looking for a job rather than a career, and stay flexible with your options, you’ll be able…

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Peek Is A Playful Calendar App, From An Ex-IDEO Designer, For People Who Aren’t Forever Busy


Wow! Hope it’s to my liking.

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Peek is a new (paid) calendar app for iOS that’s aiming to appeal to the social middle ground of people whose lives don’t consist of non-stop meetings from 9 ’til 9. So not a calendar app for professional calendar nerds, then. The app rethinks the calendar as a gesture-based playground, rather than a spreadsheet-esque chore.

It’s an attempt at designed interaction, with a minimalist interface that incorporates a playful, gesture-based UI — itself flagged up by the cheeky name Peek.

The look and feel of this calendar combines flat design — via rich blocks of colour — with a mischievous sense of dimensionality that allows subtly sign-posted calendar entries to fold open like origami when tapped on and hinge-closed again, simultaneously mocking the lie of flat design while embracing its seamless perfection.

To the uninitiated user, Peek’s interface can appear enigmatic or even inscrutable at first glance — with a rack of icons…

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Pharrell Williams’ Hat at the 2014 Grammys an Arby’s endorsement?

Someone please give Arby’s social media guy a raise! Pharrell chose to wear a bit of a conversation piece to the 2014 Grammys last night – a Vivienne Westwood Smokey-the-Bear-esque hat.

Arby’s capitalized on the uncanny resemblance Pharrell’s hat to its own logo with the hilarious tweet below:



Brands like Pepsi and Hyundai quickly raised flags of approvals. It’s fair to say that we all love Pharrell with all of his genius but hate the hat.





Put.. the phone… DOWN! Live a little.

All this technology is truthfully ruining our social lives. Drop your phones and have a good conversation face-to-face, enjoy a concert upfront & personal, go out to eat without posting your status, anything to regain a sense of being ‘human.’ It feels good.

Written by Charlene deGuzman & Miles Crawford
Directed by Miles Crawford
Starring Charlene deGuzman


Grey the 2013 Global Agency of the Year

Grey has been making huge strides to break down the ultra-conservative (old school, if you will) vibe of agency structure. Coupled with a most anticipated win of the global Gillette (of P&G) business, Grey has grasped the 2013 Global Agency of the Year award. Congratulations, Grey.

Here are a few words from Tor Myhren, Grey’s worldwide chief creative officer…