I know over the years yoga became the trendy thing to do and maybe even the cool, new buzzword. As a dedicated yogi, I’m here to assure you that the benefits of yoga are real and, if done regularly, something your body and even your mind will begin to crave. I have to warn you though; the side effects from a yoga high are very real.
Traveling while black. We’ve all been there, and many of you reading this are living it right now. And if you happen to have grown up in a place that isn’t inherently black, like say the United States of Amerikkka or the United Kingdom (of colonialism), then you may be intimately familiar with the zero sum burden that accompanies your skin tone in places rooted in white supremacy. I say that you “may” be aware of this particular bonus, because it differs from the obvious burden of blackness of which we are all acutely aware.
Spain, you're hot. No, not in that "ooh, baby, work it" kinda way. You're literally hot. I mean, back-of-the-knee-sweat, pants sticking to the seat, take 4 showers in a day kind of heat. Well, dear friends, it's only the beginning, so let's start finding ways to adapt. I've compiled a few tried and true ways to combat the scorcher that is summer in Spain (especially, Madrid, where I'm currently sweating).
El Paracaidista is one of those spaces that you can visit endless times and always want to come back for more. With 6 floors and endless opportunities to get lost in all that it has to offer, this conceptual space is not only innovative but one-of-a-kind, bringing a new sense of life to the heart of Malasaña. We brought together some of the trendiest bloggers in Madrid to takeover the space for a day.
For all of the digital nomads, remote workers or frequent travelers out there, a common question that comes up is… where are the best places to work and live?The world is a big place and there are so many amazing locations to explore but here are 5 reasons why Spain might just be one of the best countries for digital nomads, remote workers and creatives to live.