Ben & Frank Eyewear Review: Buying Glasses in Mexico City

As a digital nomad who spends a lot of time in Mexico, I always wondered if getting prescription glasses would be cheaper than it is in the US. So whenever I would see an eyeglasses store, I’d take a look around on pricing. Lo-and-behold most lenses I saw had a starting price of 3000-4000 pesos (~$200 USD), plus the price of the prescription lens itself. Financially it didn’t make sense...

Why I Moved Out of My NYC Apartment, Sold All My Stuff, Quit My Job, and Became a Digital Nomad

More than a year ago, I began seriously considering changing my life and becoming a digital nomad. At the time I had a cool full-time job and lived in the highly sought-out neighborhood of Williamsburg Brooklyn. From the outside, I had it all and my life was great. But on the inside, I wanted more; I wanted something else. I felt stagnant and lost. Settling was never and will never...

Hotel Parque México in Condesa, Mexico City Review

The Hotel Parque Mexico is a beautiful boutique hotel, with every square foot of this place giving off an artisanal vibe. There are colorful  pieces ofMexican art everywhere; from the floor tiles, to the handmade furniture, to the wonderfully decorated lobby. Even the facade is a rich indigo purple color, which can be spotted easily from afar. We booked our room in the off season on Airbnb, which came out to a...