What scares you? No, I’m not talking about “Fear Factor” level stuff. I’m thinking more along the lines of smaller everyday things that can’t potentially result in death or make you sick. Things such as public speaking, meeting new people, asking for a raise, or searching for a new job. These things, we all have them, opportunities or ideas that make us a little nervous and…
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As a hardcore Foursquare user, I hate to admit it but the service has lost a bit of its mojo with the recent update which split the service into two components – Foursquare and Swarm.The new Foursquare functions similar to Yelp and expands on the service’s previous efforts to focus on local discovery and recommendations. Foursquare continues to deliver on both aspects but now relies on Swarm,…
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Originally published on Endless Horizons; travel series commissioned by Fadzrul   In fall 2013, I ventured to Seoul with my fiancé to celebrate the end of the year and mark the close of my first adventure as a freelancer/entrepreneur. While four days wasn’t quite long enough to take in all of Korea, we did see a lot of sites thanks to the city’s walkable neighborhoods and…
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This past week I ventured outside of West Seattle’s Admiral District and spent time on Capitol Hill cat sitting for a friend. As a frequent visitor to the neighborhood during the weekends and evenings it was interesting to peer into the more subtle parts of the Hill and get a taste for its day-to-day rhythm. Below are a few great places I had a chance to visit during my stay.…
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