Remote working, the most innovative and productive way to live our lives.

When thinking about work we still imagine the classic 9 to 5 way of getting through the day and get all things done. In US and many other countries the 9 to 5 model is already forgotten but why this is not the case in most of the countries in Europe.

Why should we still force the employee to stuck in traffic for hours just to handle a work that could be easly done from home or anywhere. REMOTE WORKING can change our lives.

We should start now asking even all the mutlinational companies to switch toremote work, it brings more productivity and a better way of life for everyone. It’s the classic win-win situation.

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Let’s do together something to bring some innovation to our culture that still persists with old mechanism.

Let’s reminde that life is once, now and is not only meant to live for working, for stressfull days or for collecting things, but moments and emotions.

 

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Beautiful Santorini, fantastic world.

Santorini, a fascinating island surrounded by an intense blue sea and blue windows or doors. It creates a magical atmosphere to enjoy the power of beauty and breathtaking landscapes. With around 15km walking  from Fira (the main city of the island) you can reach Oia, where the blue is even more intense and where small streets conduct you through the cute village. More info about it please see here. It seems to be in your open space house.  If you still miss it from the bucketlist, add it right now!

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Lakes and beautiful views near Lugano

IMG_20170722_155943Monte Generoso is probably the most panoramic mountain in the Canton of TicinoIMG_20170716_145637

If you like enjoing the nature and relax in the mountain, this place is worth a visit. You can easly reach it in 20 minutes walk or you can take the train which brings you up to the top. You can find here the link for the timetable and fares 

In these warm days it’s the perfect outdoor activity to keep fit and enjoy the Bellavista!

 

 

Palma De Mallorca- a place to be!

Last week i went to Palma de Mallorca and discovered a really cute small city right in front of the mediterranean sea. Typical flowers, style and food of an ancient village which can mix up both present and past.

I would suggest the visit to anyone who loves sea and spanish culture. Here below some pictures to make you a first impression!

Digital nomad feel at home in Berlin!

If any city is ideally suited for digital nomad travel bloggers living in Europe, it’s Berlin.  It’s one of the most popular enclaves for travel blogger expats, and there are plenty of reasons for that.  Some examples?

It’s got an entrepreneurial spirit.  Berlin has become the center for entrepreneurship in Europe — from creative businesses to tech start-ups.  With so many entrepreneurs in town, there are always events going on geared toward networking and sharing some of the excitement that grows from building a business from scratch.

It’s affordable.  Berlin is an extraordinarily affordable city considering the value that you get, especially compared to cities like London and Paris.  One reason is that there is much more housing than there are people, and the city has quite a sprawl, so rents are kept low.

If you like riding a bike through a city – Berlin is exactly the place. Berlin is the single most bike-friendly city I’ve ever visited. There are bike lanes all over the place and even separate stoplights for bikes.

 

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It’s hip Berlin is the cutting-edge cultural capital of Europe, and from subway dance parties to avant-garde eateries, the Berlin creativity permeates every aspect of life and art.

 

 

Travelling and working abroad make us smarter

The attraction of travelling and working abroad is clear – earning foreign currency, meeting new people, travelling to wonderful destinations and working at globally recognised companies. There are a number of ways that working in a foreign country can help you kick-start your career and grow as a person.

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“Poor but sexy.” That’s how former mayor Klaus Wowereit once aptly described the German capital. Today, Berlin is more often referred to as Europe’s Silicon Valley, home to over 2,500 tech start-ups. In the last decade, entrepreneurs and engineers have done exactly what artists did after the Wall came down 26 years ago: They’ve flocked here for the cheap rents and thriving music and nightlife scenes, and to join a huge community of creative expats.  And those artists? They’re still here. Now, though, they’re embarking on major projects that will leave their mark on not just Berlin but Europe itself.

If you’re looking for things to do in Berlin, there’s plenty of activities and attractions in store for you. Book your flight to this wonderful city!