Give me a reason to move to a remote island and disconnect myself from technology
Let's try a visualization exercise (only don't close your eyes because you have to continue reading) : Picture a white sand beach—nothing for miles between the sand and the crystal clear lapping waves. The birds sing above in a majestic, beautiful way, entirely unlike the squawking of seagulls.
- Second Place in Fresh Start Challenge
Quitting Instagram and Facebook for 21 days
Taking a hiatus from social media is no revolutionary idea at the start of the New Year. A survey of 2,000 people by the Wexner Medical Center finds Americans are making adjustments to social media usage. More than half have changed their social media habits over time, and 1 in 5 make it a point of taking social media breaks.
Big Wave Bay
Away from the neon signs and crowded streets along the coast is where beachgoers and surfers gather. Hong Kong is pure magic.
- Second Place in On the Rocks Challenge
Sail Away to the BVI
Soggy Dollar bar is the most famous beach bar you have never heard of. When you think of the most famous bars in the world, a big city probably comes to mind. New York, London, Los Angeles, Hong Kong. A place where hundreds of people gather to wait in a long line outside for hours just for a silent bouncer to finally wave their party inside. Or a place with a secret knock to gain entry. Or a place you have to make reservations at, but their reservations list is booked out months in advance. The most famous bar doesn't have any of those stuffy experiences. It doesn't take reservations. And a shirt and shoes are always optional.