The resources that a government offers to its citizens can make a huge difference in their daily lives. In this post, I describe how a process that cost us 2 days of work and almost 200 euros in Spain can be done online in 5 minutes in Estonia, and it’s completely free.
In this post, I describe my second visit to the Baltic country to get the card, how to install and configure it, and what you can do with it.
In this post, I explain how to apply to become a Lithuanian e-Resident of Lithuania. The e-Residency program of Lithuania is still in its early alpha stages, so there’s a lot to improve, but still, it’s perfectly doable.
Growing a business is an exciting adventure. You learn something new every day. There is a lot of room for experimentation, and nothing is more rewarding than trying a new strategy, or launching a new…
I and my husband will love to hold hands in public in Malaysia, Bulgaria, or even in rural Spain. But it is a long way still until we get to that point. Until then, we should celebrate what we have, and keep on fighting for our rights. We are lucky to live in the XXI century. We are married and can travel together. Not all of us can say the same. In this post, I talk about our challenges traveling as a gay digital nomad couple.