my digital nomad life in taiwan

How I Enjoyed My Digital Nomad Life in Taiwan?

How I enjoyed my┬ádigital nomad life in Taiwan? When Taiwan was not a 14-day visa-free for Filipinos, I got the chance to live in Taiwan. It was almost two months which the first month, I stayed with a friend in Taipei City. The second month, I did my volunteer work in Taitung City. Related Article:[…]

How to Become the Most Chill Travel Blogger and Digital Nomad in the Philippines?

Warning: The blog post is all about me. But do you know any travel blogger and digital nomad in the Philippines who are as chill AF? Just so you know, I started working online since 2009 but I started working at home in 2010. In 2013, I decided to put up my travel blog even[…]

Settling in Puerto Princesa, Palawan for a While as a Digital Nomad

After moving out and traveling from one place to another, finally, I could say that I am settling in Puerto Princesa for a while. This is the longest time I’ve been staying in a place. From Taiwan and Manila, I flew to Palawan since June 2017. Settling in Puerto Princesa, Palawan as a Digital Nomad-[…]

Port Barton a Perfect Place for Digital Detox and Meditation

Never thought that I always have a yearly trip to Palawan which started back in 2014. I always find myself booking a one-way ticket. Maybe, I am just lucky that I found good friends who live in Palawan. I never heard of this little village called Port Barton. Last June 2017, I got the chance[…]

iVideo Pocket Wifi – A Filipina Digital Nomad Experience in Taiwan

Taiwan is my second favorite country next to Japan. On my third time in Taiwan, it was the time I saw the cherry blossoms. I need to document my experience there in partnership with iVideo Pocket Wifi in Taiwan. Never in my life, I used a pocket wifi from my travels out of the country[…]

Mad Monkey Hostel Boracay – Party Time in Boracay

When I learned that I failed to get a visa, Plan B comes into mind. As a female solo traveler, I don’t want to experience the heart’s day for another disappointment. I was heartbroken, so I want to enjoy the best as possible. I need to party, I said to myself, why don’t I return[…]

My First Solo trip to Japan: a Mix of Disaster, Fun and Adventure

I consider my first solo out of the country trip to Japan a memorable one although it started like I almost needed to cancel due to a family crisis. Indeed, Japan a Mix of Disaster Fun and Adventure. Got my Japan visa approved. Travel fund is ready. I was just waiting for the month of[…]

#first7jobs Trending Now – Here’s Mine, Share Yours!

#first7Jobs is Trending Let me join this bandwagon that is showing on my Facebook newsfeed right now, which is using the hashtag #first7jobs. It is good to see where people started working and is currently happy where they are working right now. It was Marian Call, a musician, who started this on Twitter and asked[…]