From Prague to Croatia

No matter where I go, I see myself returning to Prague.

What's so special about Prague?

I can't put my finger on it. As I wait here at the airport, in route to Croatia, I'm thinking about how much I like the city and the food and the people in Prague. The city has an old European feel; the food is fresh and delicious; and the people keep to themselves.

The fact that Prague is a great place to get a Freelancer's Visa is even a better reason. I'd stay in Prague if it were for Schengen Zone rules; I'm approaching my 90-day limit soon, so I gotta jet outta here. (I need to look into getting that Freelancer Visa soon.)

The good news is Croatia isn't in the zone, so it's possible for me to stay there for up to 90 days. I don't think I'll stay that long, but I will stay longer than a few weeks. I'm getting a little burned out of the get up and go lifestyle. I love traveling, but I need a place to chill for a month or two. It's good to switch things up. Croatia might be the place where I stay for a while; I hear it has good weather, good food (always a requirement!), and the dollar stretches far there.

As far as business goes, things are good. I'm working on a new workshop and client work is steady and profitable. I'm at the point where I could scale my freelance copywriting business, but I like the way it's set up now — a good balance of funds and freedom.

Funds and Freedom. I like that. Could be the name of a product!

Anyway, that's it for now. Just some thoughts before I board my plane.

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