We Roam Review – Polaris 2017

Unfortunately, We Roam (WY_CO) has gone bankrupt and are no longer in business. If you’re looking for a remote year or remote traveling program, consider Hacker Paradise instead. Last updated 28 September 2018.

Earlier this year, I joined the We Roam work travel program. The program is catered specifically for people that have remote jobs or freelancers. They take care of all the accommodations, coworking space and all the logistics of moving to different cities each month.

I could’ve traveled independently but decided to join the We Roam work travel program for the community and professional development they offer. Our group consists of around 30-40 people. This number fluctuates as people may pause or come and go each month.

As this is an ongoing review, some of the details will only be published once I leave the program. In the meantime, this is what I have so far:


Traveling the World as a Minimalist

We all want to travel more. Yet, most people never achieve their travel goals. The most common excuse is that travel is too expensive and complicated. But, if you approach travel as a minimalist you will not only find that it is more affordable but also you will get more joy out of your experiences.

Traveling the world as a minimalist is not about having less. It is about living more. You have more freedom and more peace of mind. Here are some of the biggest advantages to traveling the world as a minimalist. (more…)

MozCon 2017 Key Takeaways

What is MozCon?

Three days, one track of forward-thinking, actionable sessions in SEO, brand development, CRO, the mobile landscape, analytics, customer experience, social and content marketing, and more.

Industry leaders and speakers share next-level tactics on everything from ranking higher in today’s evolving search results to making data-driven decisions in your marketing.

Fun fact, Moz partners with 50/50 Pledge and commits to better representation of women on stage.

Key Takeaways

All the sessions are jam-packed with insights! I’ve organized the key takeaways according to (hopefully) relevant categories. (more…)