Here’s a little library of links I have found useful (and my posts) over the years that I hope you find helpful, too. [No affiliate links]

Thailand

  • Richard Barrow in Thailand ~ He knows everything. Seriously. He’s your go-to guy.
  • Travelfish ~ Whenever I’m curious about a place I want to check out, I usually look here first.
  • Facebook ~ There are niche groups that probably have the answers to what you are looking for. What I’ve learned is to use FB as a search engine, as it’s often helpful.

Cambodia

  • Move to Cambodia ~ Lina is your go-to gal.
  • Travelfish ~ I find it more personal and accurate than Lonely Planet.
  • Facebook ~ Also popular in Cambodia, give it a go, especially if you’re an expat.

Internet + Tech talk

  • Brave browsers ~ Free, open source, ad-free alternative to Chrome
  • Ecosia ~ The search engine that plants trees when you use it!
  • Firefox is a must if you cherish your privacy… Seriously, the Google empire is evil…

Personal Development

  • Tim Ferriss is not only an author, a podcaster, he’s also a Stoic, and his resource page is a great place to get started on a philosophy that has helped so many, including me.
  • Henrik Edberg runs The Positivity Blog. It’s super accessible and filled with useful posts on how to be more positive.
  • One Time, One Meeting is another blog that I’ve been reading for years. Zen and Stoicism have much in common, grasshopper…much in common.

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Funny stuff

  • Taskmaster is a quirky British TV game show that challenges comedians to these crazy tasks. They’ve been uploading all the seasons to watch for free on YouTube.
  • The funniest pretend women’s magazine has to be The Reductress.
  • This is the best essay on traveling that made me laugh so hard (by Dan Morey) I wrote him after I read it and he wrote back!
  • Sad and Useless claims to be the most depressive humor site on the Internet. Let’s give them the win.