Soon, I’ll be sharing more about the frameworks I’ve used from 10 years in marketing to build campaigns for just about every important aspect of my life: career, health/wellness, dating cities, etc.
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Something like a shared community space inclusive of an outdoor chef grade kitchen, and group dining areas. Observation #4: Journaling this adventure requires active behavior on social channels, which at times can take away from living in the moment.
In the future will there be cameras recording and photographing wherever we are and automatically sending us documented proof? I guess Google earth is a step in that direction…In the meantime, where I spend money is a pretty good indication of what I’m doing, and where. Tell a story for me of what I did, where I was, and likely who I was with based on my spend data.
Maybe if this was something more people did then the act of quickly, and deeply assimilating to a community would be easier? Overall, the act of moving around is one big logistical challenge. We are incredibly grateful for companies like Airbnb for making it MUCH easier. Each stop we make, we pack up heaps of clothes we never wore, shake our heads and ask: We don’t need everything we brought. The places we’re choosing to date are high class broads. The beach towns of San Diego and LA, the “Paradise Valley” known as Santa Barbara, and the mountainous tech hub of Boulder, CO. Depending on the proximity to the ocean, or dining/shops, you’re likely going to have a rehab project on your hands. (Maybe this is just me justifying the high price for low square footage ratio, but I really believe it to be true.)What you really need is access to the outdoors because it is beautiful year round, and so in effect your home’s outdoor space becomes just as livable as your standard home type indoor space. IDEA #3: Modest, well designed homes built with access to the outdoors, and community in mind. Tiny homes have taken off, but even more so there is a modular home movement.
Yet, we recognize there’s plenty of room for continued innovation and improvement of what exists, and creation of what doesn’t. More than that, reducing what we have directly eliminates the burden we feel picking up and moving from place to place. The 80’s song, “It’s going to take a whole lotta money…to do it right child…” comes to mind. Google just announced they’ll be investing in homes for employees in the Bay Area.
We are hopeful that once we spend more extended time in one spot that we’ll get into a groove of activities, and as a result meet others doing the same. Home is where we can intellectually connect, be challenged, and get deeper with people about topics that we care about.(I have no pictures to demonstrate this desire, other than my husband playing chess on his phone, and of me in a class learning how to become a food vendor at the San Diego Farmer’s market. Imagine getting a week’s worth of clothing sent to you, wherever you are in the world. Imagine this scenario happening on repeat, each week.My husband, Phil and I have been married for over three years.Together, we’ve been lured to several cities, dating each for at least a month, maybe two.We missed out on the magic of this app in our path to marriage (definitely a blessing).Yet our FOMO runs deep so we’ve set out the recreate our own version of the swipe-tastic fun, but for cities.