The freedom to work from wherever you want

Today is the day to take a break from the challenge. But here is a present for you! Do you like presents? Do you want to know, what it is? It is 

“The freedom to work from wherever you want”

The freedom to work from wherever you want

The freedom to work from wherever you want

Today you receive the audiobook for free as your present:

Networking at Dream Beaches – The Freedom of a Digital Nomads Life
 
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This audiobook it the authentic story from Klaus Forster. In his book, he gives valuable tips and encourages self-employed and entrepreneurs to be inspired by his story.

Another Word for Successful or Success

Another word for successful or another word for success is an achievement.

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI act in a positive way in situations. The things I cannot change are excepted. Everything around me is perfect. My thoughts, that come to me, are positive in nature. Great opportunities come my way. I recognize that all opportunities help me to succeed. I am open to success. Success is in me. My mind is a powerful magnet for successful ideas. I am successful because I know what I want and I go for it. I define success my way and I create it.

Another Word for Success is Live Your Dream

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI am a profitable creator of successful ideas. I am now on the royal road to success. I resolve all the problems with ease. I make decisions with confidence and ease. I always choose wisely. My mind is a jar. I am a true entrepreneur. I always seek for new ideas. I recognize great opportunities. I act on my decisions. I find the best way to capitalize on my passions. I learn, learn, learn.

Another Word for Successful is Self Love

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI analyze risks wisely. I love being my own boss. I’m excited about new ventures. I am successful. I can make anything happen. I am motivated. I am ready for anything. I am ready for new challenges. I seek to enjoy what I do. I have superb energy. I am rewarded for my efforts. I always finish what I start. I obtain success every time. I feel energized. I am successful. I am a winner. All is possible in my life.

Another Word for Success is Vitality

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessI make my life as I want. I believe in myself 100%. I am strong-willed. I always find the answers I’m looking for. I network with many people. I believe in my goals. I am in control. I create my future reality. I’m comfortable taking risks. I am persistent. I attract success. It feels good to reach my goals. I react in a positive way in situations. The things I cannot change our excepted.

Another Word for Successful is Happiness

Another Word for Successful - or - Another Word for SuccessEverything around me is perfect. The thoughts that come to me, are positive in nature. Great opportunities come my way. I recognize that all opportunities help me to succeed. I am open to success. Success in me. My mind is a powerful magnet for successful ideas. I am successful because I know what I want and I go for it.

How many ounces can you bring on a plane? 

How many ounces can you bring on a plane? 

How to get around with max. 7 kg of luggage

Since mid-2017 I am traveling with carry-on luggage only, whenever I am going on a flight. This means you need to know, how many ounces can you bring on a plane? To stay below the 7 kg or 15 pounds limit of the airline, and depending on the type of airplane, sometimes it is only 5 kg on domestic flights.

Traveling minimalistic = freedom

How many ounces can you bring on a plane? Travel with light luggage is very convenient and this minimalism gives me a feeling of freedom. For me, it’s not the freedom to buy and keep everything I want. I rather save the money an live on its interest. In fact, the most material stuff keeps dragging us down. It rather satisfies the need for security, but this is a fallacy:

  • If the tiger spots the two of us, who can run faster?
  • You with a lot of luggage or me with a little?
  • Wouldn’t it be smart to leave it all behind?

That’s ok in the jungle, but not if you are in a hurry running to your gate, after getting stuck in a traffic jam on the way to the airport, in case the security control took ages or after hopping on the wrong tube on my way to London Gatwick airport. I experienced that last year and it was convenient to run to the check-in counter – it was even less convenient that the gate was already closed by the time I arrived.

Reduction of luggage saves resources and money, due to the trend that most budget airlines ask you pay extra already for the first piece of check-in luggage, some of them up to 40 €. So it saves you 80 € on a return trip. For that kind of money, you can buy the things from the drug store at your destination e. g. sun protection, insect repellant, shampoo or toothpaste, a second pair of shoes, another pair of pants and a rain cape in rainy season if needed. You can leave all of it behind on your way back. In most Asian countries those items are anyway much cheaper than in Europe.

How many ounces can you bring on a plane? 

The international size limitations in economy class are mostly:

  • one bag
  • up to 7 kg and
  • a size of 55 cm x 36 cm x 23 cm, or 22 inches * 14 inches * 9 inches
  • which slightly varies depending on the airline, here some examples:
Cathay Pacific 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 56cm x 36cm x 23cm 7kg
China Airlines 1 cabin bag 56cm x 36cm x 23cm 7kg
Emirates 1 cabin bag 55cm x 38cm x 20cm 7kg
Etihad Airways 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 50cm x 40cm x 25cm 7kg
Fiji Airways 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 55cm x40cm x 23cm 7kg
Garuda Indonesia 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 56cm x 36cm x 23cm 7kg
Japan Airlines 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 55cm x 40cm x 25cm 10kg
Jetstar 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 55cm x 36cm x 23cm 7kg
KLM 1 cabin bag 55cm x 35cm x 25cm 12kg
Lufthansa 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 55cm x 40cm x 23cm 8kg
Malaysia Airlines 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 55cm x 35cm x 25cm 7kg
Qantas 1 cabin bag + 1 personal item 48cm x 34cm x 23cm 7kg

How many ounces can you bring on a plane? 

How to reduce your luggage by another 2 kg?

How many ounces can you bring on a plane? I found a way to reduce the weight of your luggage by another 2 kg, to get even on a flight with a 5 kg limitation. This trick shown in the video can be used as well to reduce the weight of the luggage from 9 kg to 7 kg, e. g. on the way back home if you added some souvenirs to your luggage. So far it worked for me always, even on the airlines, who don’t explicitly allow one additional personal item.

how many ounces can you bring on a plane

Navigation at your destination

To be able to navigate with Google Maps upon arrival, independent from a WiFi/UMTS connection, it is necessary to download the maps onto your mobile phone before your departure, preferably using a WiFi connection. This video explains how to do it: