Chris Guillebeau is a writer, entrepreneur, world traveller and lifelong learner. Through his blog 'The Art of Non-Conformity' he tries to help people live unconventional lives, make their own choices and change the world. He lives in Portand, Oregon. "
" www.chrisguillebeau.com "
I’ll be in NYC (Brooklyn!) tomorrow night—would love to see you if you’re nearby! — https://t.co/rXqkwMwwPE… https://t.co/yOuKJlgZLu
by @chrisguillebeau - 2 hours ago
Hope to see some #NYC folks tomorrow night! 6pm Brooklyn, free tix — https://t.co/LY9U5phokm https://t.co/O6qZ8AyxLG
by @chrisguillebeau - 13 hours ago
New on #SideHustleSchool: After getting locked out of his apartment, a software engineer creates a pocket tool that… https://t.co/ongp2cViA5
by @chrisguillebeau - 14 hours ago
@Carlosramossala not quite a whole episode! But I try to tell a lot of back stories as we go along
2017 Annual Review: How to Evaluate Your Life Even When You’re Feeling Sad - 7 days ago
Last year I resisted my Annual Review for the first time in 10 years. This year, what can I say... I guess it’s the second wave of resistance.
Feeling sad on the holidays? Me too. Here’s all I know how to do. - 13 days ago
Maybe you like hearing Christmas music in September. Maybe you can’t get enough of Rudolph's story of triumph over reindeer bullying. And let's all pour another glass of egg nog!
When You’re Stuck in a Hole, Look for Someone to Join You: A Lesson in Empathy - 19 days ago
A man is walking down a street when he falls in a hole. The walls are so steep he can’t get out.
A Field Guide to Wandering in the Wilderness of the Soul - 21 days ago
When you’re wandering cobblestone streets in Europe, stopping at cafes and making unexpected discoveries, it’s fun to lose your way and wander off the well-trodden path. You’re on an adventure! When you’re out on a long run and don’t mind if you take a wrong turn or two, you know that the extra distance is good for you.
5 First Steps for Travel Hacking - 27 days ago
If you’re new to this blog, one of the things I write about is travel hacking—the art of having incredible experiences that would otherwise be unobtainable for most people.
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