Since the month of May is National Bike Month and because the twin cities is such a bike friendly city, I thought I would share this link on the blog. I recently bought a bike and am working on article talking about my first week of ownership. I hope to get it published later today (May 9th). Needless to say, I’m really enjoying my bike.
I just had to share and post this link. I saw this article on one of the travel blogs I subscribe to in my google reader. This guy is pretty much spot on – why should people spend the best part of their lives saving for retirement and working in an office cube? I myself want to make a change and retire from the office cube. Before making a huge transition, I do realize that there are certain things I need to take care like paying off loans. One of my next posts is going to be discussing how I am re-thinking retirement and life in the corporate world.
In the mean time, check out that link. Maybe you’re feeling the same way.
Saw this on the Brave New Traveler network. Maybe someday (soon I hope) I will consider bringing my bike with me around the world.
This is a really great article about business school students (MBA) in the Midwest having a different career perspective after they graduate. Rather than wanting to make it big on wallstreet they are interested in other paths.
Disaggregating fare aggregators 2009: Which airfare comparison sites are the best? | Upgrade: Travel Better
Hey this link might help you search for the best airfares among all the different aggregator sites.
Can You Travel For Too Long? | Nomadic Matt’s Travel Site
You know I have never been in a position to travel more than 3-4 weeks at a time. I think its good to do an extended trip, but I think eventually you have to find a place or city where you are trully happy living.
AskMen.com’s Top 29: Best Cities To Live In – 2009 Edition
I haven’t been through this list yet, but it looks like a worthwhile read.