Live abroad,
travel everywhere

This is not the laptop lifestyle you see on Instagram and Pinterest. Life as a digital nomad is real work, real fun, and really nerdy.

– Cori

 

My obsessions

You don’t need luck, a sham marriage, or a career your parents brag about in order to live abroad.

Forget the tourist traps. I skip the guidebooks in favor of urbex, talking to locals, and dumpster diving.

It’s the history of a place that makes it unique. I dig into the stories behind the cities I love.

Learn how to travel the world while making sure you’re ready for anything.

Latest posts

Pathways to Canadian Citizenship

Will moving to Canada enable you to become a Canadian citizen one day? This flowchart provides a clear and simple overview of how different programs that allow you to move to Canada can eventually lead to citizenship....

Understanding the Express Entry process

Many people find themselves confused by the Express Entry process. This flowchart provides a quick overview so you can make sense of how it works. If you're living in Canada currently and applying through the Canadian Experience Class, you can apply for a bridging...

The best places to stay in NYC

Choosing a neighborhood to stay in for your time in New York is intimidating. New York City is huge...and expensive. If you find a great deal on a room in Midtown, by all means, book it! But be warned that if it's cheap it's probably microscopic, time-worn, and facing...

The toxic history of Niagara Falls, NY

Niagara Falls has millions of visitors every year, yet the cities it connects are full of poverty, crime, and desperation. Most people want to hear about the falls themselves, death defying adventures and amazing engineering. Or they want to know the best spot to eat...

Moving to Canada: Jorge

We’ve written about our personal experience moving to Canada, but Canada has hundreds of thousands of immigrants who all have their own story to tell. We’re working on sharing the experiences of other people who’ve moved to Canada. Please leave a comment if you're...

About Cori

Cori is a communications consultant for mission driven organizations and director of The Caregiver Space. She’s also a lifelong history nerd who spent much of her childhood in archives and museums with her dad.

You can verify her professional credentials at coricarl.com.

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