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Hi, I’m Jack

Born in Luxembourg, I am a trained finance lawyer with a passion for writing, photography, and globetrotting. I nowadays travel the world full-time (50+ countries) while managing several online businesses in the field of content creation. …

Overlooked ways to improve every day

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We all seek consistent improvement.

No matter if we’re building a business, embarking on a fitness journey, or taking on a personal growth challenge, becoming a little bit better every day is the key to success.

Enter the “One-Percent Rule.”

Popularized by James Clear in his groundbreaking book Atomic Habits…

Complete the puzzle one piece at a time.

How to Boost Your Self-Discipline Every Day — Asian girl sitting on spectator stands
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Self-discipline is a tough nut to crack.

We all want to be productive, stop procrastinating, and remove negative habits from our routines.

Staying on track every day, however, is a complicated puzzle that requires progressive solving. In other words, we need to build our self-discipline every day.

As such, if…

The most important components of a minimalist attitude

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Minimalism is not wizardry. It is a fairly straightforward journey. The journey starts with an idea. Gradually, this idea forges a new mindset. And this mindset leads to new habits.

Together, these habits create a lifestyle pivoting around freedom, simplicity, and mindfulness.

People often picture minimalism as an empty white…

Productivity doesn’t have to be difficult

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We all struggle with productivity.

Some get more things done than others, but we all find ourselves in situations where procrastination hits, and we simply cannot get started.

In these moments of laziness, we often resort to space-age productivity techniques.

We get a trendy standing desk to further our concentration…

How to find balance on the road every day

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Full-time travel is an incredible adventure, but it can take its toll on your mental and physical sanity.

As such, when you travel for months at a time, you run the risk of becoming an adrenaline junkie.

You hop from country to country, eat yourself through cities, and never sleep…

How to succeed as a blogger in this day and age

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Blogs are dead. Long live blogging.

I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve heard or read this statement.

Everything is video now. No one reads blogs anymore. As such, everybody needs to start a Youtube channel.

That’s the word on the street. The numbers, however, tell a different story.

How to learn and improve from past failures

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Mistakes are an inevitable part of life.

Whether it’s investments that turn sour, relationship issues, or personal decisions, we all make mistakes.

The consequences can be of different degrees, but the crucial point is always the same. How we deal with our mistakes will shape our future.

As such, every…

Travel longer, cheaper, and better with these tricks

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After ten years of frequent globetrotting and three-plus years of digital nomadism, I’ve learned a thing or two about travel hacking.

In the 21st century, it’s, in fact, possible to travel the world full time without breaking the bank. …

How to build a mental fortress against doubts

Volcán de Fuego in Guatemala / Shutterstock

Yesterday, I completed the most challenging hike of my life.

Over two days, I ascended the Acatenango Volcano in Guatemala. The trek started with five hours of steep climbing to an altitude of 3,600m (~11,811ft) before we made camp.

We spent the night inside a freezing tent while looking at…

Jack Krier

Writer. Photographer. Nomad. I write about entrepreneurship, remote work, and personal growth | IG @jackroaming | My blog:

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