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How do you deal with the fear of leaving for the first time?

 

by @eddie |  | 32 comments

Hey everyone!

Iโ€™m getting ready for my first trip abroad alone (this Oct). I decided on Chiang Mai because I feel like it might be the best place to get my feet wet. Plus Iโ€™ve been planning on going to Thailand now for about 3 years. Dream started 3 years ago, started my business 2 years ago, finished college/moved out of my parents 1 year ago, left my part-time crutch job a few months ago and now I make enough online to be location independent.

But now that my dream is becoming a reality, Iโ€™m actually kinda scared. Just thinking about boarding a plane with only a backpack in my possession is liberating but also frightening. Probably the craziest thing Iโ€™ve done in my life and Iโ€™ve worked so hard to get to this point.

Iโ€™m sure that most people here had to deal with the fear of leaving for the first time, the uncertainty of what will happen, and maybe even some resistance from your family. Iโ€™m just wondering how you dealt with it? Maybe I just need to re-read some of the books (4 hour workweek, vagabonding, The $100 startup, etcโ€ฆ) that gave me the motivation and courage to start in the first place. What motivates you to keep going?

Thanks!

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Should I travel with a MacBook Pro 13" or 15"?


by @ileitch |  | 12 comments

Hey!

Iโ€™m wondering how many developers travel with a MBP 13" vs 15"? I currently use a late-2012 13" for iOS development, but Iโ€™m pondering the 15" because Xcode is so resource hungry. On the downside, it is rather heavyโ€ฆ

Do you travel with a 15"? Do you wish youโ€™d opted for the 13" instead?

Cheers

  • Ian

P.S Iโ€™m asking developers specifically as system spec is more crucial than, say, for a copywriter.

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Anyone have Google Project Fi yet?

 

by @andrewkent |  | 20 comments

I signed up for an invite for Google Project Fi and was wondering if anyone here got one yet? Sounds like a nomadโ€™s mobile dream. In case youโ€™re not familiar, here are some of the features:

  • Unlimited talk/text for $20/month
  • No contract
  • $10/month per GB of data
  • Calls over Wifi; seamless switching to cell networks
  • Data that isnโ€™t used is credited back to you the following month
  • Mobile Hotspot included (uses your same data as above)
  • Works in 120 countries
  • texting is included internationally
  • many international calls over wifi are either free or very cheap;
  • data is the same price no matter where you are

I guess it works on the Sprint and T-Mobile networks and your phone will automatically select the best signal/speed, but only if a wifi network is not available.

You have to use a Nexus 6 for now, but Iโ€™m sure at some point, all Android devices will be eligible.

If it actually works, even halfway decently, this really sounds like a game changer for international nomads.

Anyone out there have any experience with it yet?

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Do I need a voltage converter for electronics purchased in the US to use in Bali?


by @nihilista |  | 1 comment

Will be bringing the usual items such as a laptop, cell phone, Kindle, etc, but also some electronic personal care items like electric toothbrush, epilator, etc. Thanks!

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