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Ahhhh, Bali. The place brought to fame by the Julia Roberts film, “Eat, Pray, Love” (based on the book of the same title). Since the 2010 release of the film, Bali has become a popular destination for tourists and digital nomads alike. From the bustling streets filled with scooters in Kuta, to the breathtaking rice terraces in Ubud, and even the beautiful waters down in Uluwatu, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this little part of Indonesia. But before jumping in blindly, I feel that I should share with you some insider tips from my 8 weeks of living in this tropical paradise. Where to Stay Bali has a lot of different activities, to accommodate many types of travelers. Before deciding where to plant yourself, you should figure out what you are most interested in doing. Seeing as my trip to Bali was my first time away from the US,…

Although I’m a nomad, Atlanta has been a home base for me off and on for the last several years. I initially moved to Atlanta in 2014, just before the acting boom (I thought I was gonna be in the talkies!)  but it’s always been a safe haven for me to escape to. Every time I’m in town, however, I get the same question….what is there to do here?!  I must admit, before a few years ago, there wasn’t much. Just the aquarium and some sketchy side streets you probably shouldn’t walk down alone. Oh, and of course the infamous famous Coke-A-Cola museum. Now, I cannot hate on Coke, as it’s obviously a southerners drink, as well as a staple of Atlanta culture. But after a tour through the museum, what else is left to do in this city? Thankfully over the last several years, Atlanta has been growing at a rapid…