WHY 2019 IS THE RIGHT YEAR TO MOVE TO DUBAI

WHY 2019 IS THE RIGHT YEAR TO MOVE TO DUBAI

Dubai has always been a notable name known throughout the world. Boasting a plethora of record-breaking global attractions such as the Burj Khalifa and the IMG World of Adventures, the city is a public hub for tourists to flock together and search for new experiences. On the other side of the spectrum, Dubai also has another reputation that it adheres to: the Land of Opportunities. With a blooming local economy, prospective job seekers looking to advance careers will find plenty of suitable opportunities to explore here. Notwithstanding that, potential business ventures are also on the rise with new development projects being constructed, public services and amenities being implemented as well as new government policies being practiced to help promote both domestic and foreign interest towards its various business industries. [Readm More]
3 Tips For A More Peaceful Family Road Trip

3 Tips For A More Peaceful Family Road Trip

While traveling with your family can be quite the adventure, it can also make for some stressful moments for you as a parent. Not only are you having to plan and execute on your vacation itinerary, but you also have to prepare yourself and your kids for the travel part of your trip. For most parents, this is where the anxiety comes in. Especially if you’re going to be road tripping for part of your vacation, it’s important that you do your best to ensure the time spent in the car does more to bring your family together rather than pull you apart. So to help make sure this ideal becomes your reality, here are three tips for a more peaceful family road trip. [Readm More]
What it Means to Enjoy a High Standard of Living

What it Means to Enjoy a High Standard of Living

“You cannot live like zis,” said the young Frenchman to the South African digital nomad who is about nine years older than him, sitting across from him at the living area table in one of the cheapest hostels you can find in the tourist island province of Phuket, Thailand. Of course the South African had told him about how he lives on $600 per month as a Digital Nomad all over Southeast Asia – an amount of money the young French lad clearly thinks nobody can enjoy a good standard of life on.[Readm More]