It’s that time of year again. I’m not usually one to make New Years’ resolutions, because I’m already perfect the way I am! No, seriously – just ask my wife! OK, so maybe there are a few things I can work to improve.
Yup, I said it: Robots and artificial intelligence are not going to take over the world. Am I a pariah now? What’s more, I think AI alarmists have it all wrong. How can that be?! Just hear me out. Here’s why AI won’t take over the world:
Christmas is probably the second biggest holiday of the year in Bolivia (after Carnaval). But, it’s completely different from Christmas in El Norte. For one, December is summertime in Bolivia. And that means fresh fruit, warm weather,
We’re now twenty-seven weeks into our Family Gap Year in Bolivia. More than six months! December is the beginning of Summer here in the Southern Hemisphere. And that means all kinds of new adventures, including some of the weirdest bugs I’ve ever seen!
Now that we have a final version of the 2017 GOP tax bill, it’s time to talk for reals about the impacts on FIRE (financial independence and early retirement). After the final tweaks to the bill were done in the House-Senate reconciliation process,
IMO, becoming a digital nomad is the holy grail of the modern work environment. If you can design a way to work remotely, over the internet, independent of your location, then the world truly can become your playground. You can live in a beautiful place,
If you follow this blog, you know my family is taking a year off to live in Bolivia. Most people in the U.S. have never really heard of Bolivia. And if they have, they don’t have a clue where it is (it’s in the middle of South America,
I’m rich, boi! Damn rich! In fact, I’m so rich that my income puts me in the top one percent of the entire world – and I only worked half the year! I guess that means I’m a global one-percenter.
Is an EV really cheaper to drive than a gas car? That depends – mostly on where you live. One of the annoyances of buying an electric vehicle is that the operating costs are not readily comparable to gasoline cars.
Uruguay is often on those top 10 lists of places to retire abroad, and for good reason. Unlike many countries in Latin America, Uruguay welcomes American retirees with a big giant bear hug, like the one you might get from your aunt on Christmas Day.