Street Art in Tartu, Estonia

Tartu is the second largest (or a less small) town in Estonia. It’s also a student town with the Estonian largest university established in 17th century. The city ambience is fresh and youthful despite the muddy autumn shifting towards the winter. The youth of the nation happily roams the streets of the town, sample a local lively bar scenery and (as they always have) express their views on the walls of the world.  

Book Review – The Easter Make Believers by Finn Bell

 Nick and Tobe have no illusions over something being horribly wrong when they get a call out to a quiet suburb at wee hours of the morning. Why would they, an organized crime intelligence unit, be invited to a hostage situation they really have no idea. But when things go wrong with gunshots and explosions and the smoke finally settles, it turns out that the dead men are members high up in the mafia family.

How to find a balance between work and play in a coworking space

Coworking spaces provide resources to digital nomads to work together, but it also gives a will and a way to play together. Do social part of the coworking spaces become a distraction on a concentrating? To get things done most of the freelancers need undisturbed time to concentrate. As with most things in life it comes down to finding the right balance between social events and work time.

The first week in Coworking Bansko, Home for Digital Nomads

The Bansko town is wrapped in the off-season quiet and looks a few sizes too big for the number of people on the streets. Turns out that coworking space with its nomads’ influx makes a notable difference. With approximately 40 digital nomads who rent apartments, buy food and keep up an active social life can actually make a difference to a small town economy. 

Book review – “Fiestas and Siestas Miles Apart”

Who of us hasn’t dreamed of a leisurely life in the Mediterranean? Days of the sun, light breeze playing in the olive groves and the silky-warm summer nights with a glass of wine, patio and people we love around us. The Fiestas and Siestas Miles Apart is a story about the middle-class British family who decided to sell up, pack up and go to live in Spain.