I share my packing list and other preparations for my 500 mile solo, unassisted bike ride from Stockholm, Sweden to Copenhagen, Denmark.
They’re delicious and alcohol. What could go wrong? Our annual Christmas Party when delicious Peppermint Martinis took us out.
We’re packing up and moving again and I’m reflecting on eight of the best months of my life.
Here’s how I managed to pull off writing and publishing a book in 70 days.
I love people who think differently about work. In my book unWorking, I point out that most people approach life and say, “I want to make as much money as possible.” Those people then take that money and buy the best life possible. What I suggest is that instead of getting a job and arranging our life around that job, we should decide what we want life to look like and then figur out how to make money to fuel that life. In this guest post from FT reader Sara Stringer, Sara lays out ten jobs you can take with you just about anywhere.
When we set off to China I never expected to come home with a blood clot. I have gotten a lot of requests for more details of what happened, so here it is.