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alejandro martinez

Hola Dan, i am grateful to have known you and your lovely family and also that Costa Rica was the country that helped you for these notes.

Luke Tipping

Lovely Dan.

It sounds like just the place I need to pause.

How do I get there?

Luke

dan burgess

hey Caelan! where abouts are you in CR? Good luck with number 3!

CAELAN HUNTRESS

Great post, Dan. As a father of 3 making a living from my laptop while living in Costa Rica, I found a lot of these lessons especially poignant.

CAELAN HUNTRESS

Great post, Dan. As a father of 3 making a living from my laptop while living in Costa Rica, I found a lot of these lessons especially poignant.

Brad

Good lad Dan, great read. Bet you still check the Arsenal scores though, right? See you soon we hope, Brad

peter

brilliant loved it,could see myself doing something like that,just back from a week wild winter camping (walking in scotland) physically,mentally,emoitionally,spiritually it ticks all the boxes ) going into nature and living in harmony and feeling the connection inside me )

dan burgess

Thanks Simon, Ben, Dan, Jonathan - very kind words - chuffed you all found it interesting.

Simon Edwards

Great post Dan. Reading it felt like tonic for the soul.

Ben Denison

Thats it. Thanks!

Dan

Oh yes

Jonathan Hopkins

Thanks for taking the time out to write & share this Dan. Really enjoyed reading it. So much of it hit home (in a good, inspirational way). God bless the Internet and all who sails on her.

(PS Thanks Steve for pointing me here :-))

dan

Cheers Steve - feels good to have got it all out now ;-)

Thanks Will, very kind words.

And thanks Becks - yep I spend a couple of nights a week in London right now. Started experimenting with remote working in Costa Rica - so exploring the west country/london ting. All good so far.

How do you find Cornwall/London?

twitter.com/willmcinnes

Utterly brilliant. Thank you.

Becky mcmichael

Really loved reading this. Splitting my time between corneallmwith my family and work in London makes things logistically hard but enables me to unplug, switch off and have proper family time as well as mixing with people outside my industry and spending time outdoors. All your points are so important Audi hope you manage to maintain the balance in your new home and job etc.

Thanks for writing it.

Becks

Solobasssteve

Lovely lovely stuff, Dan - thanks for sharing the lessons. x

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