Breathe deeply and code.
It's been an eventful few weeks here at ShelfLife HQ, which is now located on the beautiful island of Bali, thanks to a rapid departure from Saigon last week. You have to learn to adapt and be 'agile' when you're building a start-up, even if that means adapting to moving to a new country almost overnight.
While we start to take the service for a test-run in beta mode, adding listings and modifying the onboard experience, the team has found some time to enjoy the famous 'work life balance' that Bali offers.
Me? I've managed to re-connect with the ancient art of stretching until it hurts, with some regular classes at Seminyak Yoga Shala. It's been good for the mind as well as the body - the moments I get to steal away from the keyboard and re-connect with myself (and others) keep me energised as we come up towards the finish line of our 30 Day Startup Sprint. Bootstrapping a new web service from scratch, halfway around the world from home, with a small group of co-founders is an amazing experience. i just wish there was a little more time for sleep. See you soon, world - we're going to change your life.