Eating some good food in Austin

Hello from Austin.

I'm here on a trip. Some clients invited me over to hangout and make money. 

I, of course, said yes.

Right now, life is amazing. Eastside Austin's vibe is like taking ten shots of heroin to the brain. I've never taken heroin to the brain, but I imagine it overloads you with feels-great endorphins. That's what life feels like right now. 

Eastside is a mix of historical monuments and modern upbeat-ness. There are clashes of culture everywhere you look. You have what looks like to be an abandoned home — rigged up to entertain and feed crowds of people.

 If you're ever in Austin, try the Mixiote De Chamorro De Borrego at Licha's.

If you're ever in Austin, try the Mixiote De Chamorro De Borrego at Licha's.

I'm at one of these home-based eateries right now. It's called Lichas. I just ordered the Mixiote De Chamorro De Borrego, which is braised guajillo-peanut salsa-marinated lamb shank, wrapped in banana leaves, rice, cactus. (See nearby picture.)

Well... my food just arrived, so it's time to wrap up this post and enjoy my food.

Before I go, I want to mention how I'm able to travel and eat and enjoy life — without worrying about a budget or time-commitment. The reason why is all because of this skill I've developed called copywriting. 

What is copywriting?

Copywriting is sales in print. I basically sell stuff using words.

People pay me to learn about stuff and tell stories.

It's the greatest "job" in the world.

What I'm about to link below may not be for you.

But if you're wondering about the skill people pay me thousands upon thousands of dollars for — while I work from anywhere I want, whenever I want — the following course is for you.

It's not free, by the way.

It's $67.

That's what I'm asking for in exchange for the 100's of hours — and 1,000's of dollars — I've invested into my copywriting education.

All of which can be yours, for $67.

Before my food gets cold, here's the link

Raymond Duke