*This is a guest post from Phil Hawksworth. Make sure to check out his site here and his YouTube channel here. Want to work online, attain your freedom and travel the world? Let me tell you what it takes to achieve that, after 2.5 years of non-stop traveling and working online I’ve seen a bunch of people come and go. They try to start a business and get their freedom, but it often doesn’t work […]
I’m not going to sugarcoat it – I love going out at night after taking Red Monkey. After a few test runs, I knew it was time to write this Red Monkey review. The weird thing is – I had never planned to talk about this smart drug. I test out and take dozens of supplements, but I rarely write about them. Most just don’t live up to the hype. Plus, I was pretty skeptical […]
Living and traveling abroad is always interesting. It’s 11:00 a.m. Tuesday and I finally got to the cafe. It took a lot of effort to get out of bed this morning. Beers, a bottle of wine, and some extracurriculars had me reaching for the snooze. L-Arginine is a great idea, but then again – it’s not ;( If you catch my drift. And even though cold showers are the pinnacle of happiness, health, wealth, and […]
I never expected to be writing about how to foam roll properly. Initially, I was not a fan. I hated foam rolling with a passion. See, we’d had practice for nearly four hours already. Then our coach “recommended” we stick around for another 30 minutes. My stomach had been grumbling for over an hour, and it was time to hit the café. Why did we have to stay longer to foam roll?
Las Terrenas is an magical place if you love stunning beaches and wild adventures. There’s a different sense of freedom riding a four-wheeler down a deserted beach at 50 Kilometers per hour with your shirt off as you dodge crystal blue waves rolling in and stare into the distance at palm trees. You feel like a rogue off on an adventure – searching for the perfect place to park and take a swim.
While I spent a majority of my time in the Dominican Republic in my beloved Santo Domingo, I did check out Santiago de los Caballeros for a few weeks, too. The second largest city in the country felt a bit like a “campo” to me, but I definitely enjoyed my time there. The people were incredibly and amazingly friendly. Plus, the pace of life was like taking a refreshing step back compared to the capital.