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Julia Menez is a travel hacking coach, speaker, and host of Geobreeze Travel Podcast, a travel hacking podcast. After traveling to more than 30 countries before the age of 30 and saving thousands of dollars each year by travel hacking, Julia distills the strategies from top travel hackers around the world on her show. She also prepares personalized points and miles plans for her private coaching clients. Through her podcast, Julia features a diverse roster of guests with experiences that are traditionally underrepresented in larger points and miles blogs and media. Her episodes often highlight travel hacking women, immigrants, and people of color. In this episode, Julia Menez shares how to get free hotel upgrades and lesser-known travel hacking secrets like secret passwords and surveys. Expect to go beyond the beginner travel hacking 101 topics.

In November 2018, former lower-house speaker Atef Tarawneh confirmed that his Facebook profile had been hacked.6 The Facebook account of Tarek Khoury, then a parliamentarian and the former president of the Al-Wehdat SC football club, was hacked in March 2019. The perpetrator was reportedly a supporter of a rival club.7 In a more recent case, the Facebook page of the Jordan Football Association was hacked in May 2021.8

Louise: Hello, everyone, Louise here, now you know I love a little productivity hack. Well, I don't love the word hack, actually, I should say, but I do love being organised. And I especially love hearing about how other people stay organised and productive and I have a feeling that many listeners do too. So I'm sure you're going to enjoy this episode with my guest today, Bonnie Harrington, who is a freelance writer Pomodoro enthusiast and host of Tomato Tuesdays, which I think will become clearer as our conversation goes on. Hi, Bonnie, welcome to 15 Minute Freelancer.

B: It's honestly magic, I would be so lost without them. We meet on Zoom, and everyone joins and we chat for the first 10 minutes just while everyone's getting settled. In that first 10 minutes, I will ask people what they're working on today, because I'm nosy, but also because it's for accountability. There's something magic happens when you say I'm going to work on this today and then you just do that, it's great. It's also great for networking, because there'll be all different freelancers in the call, so you know there will be a photographer, there will be a copywriter, there'll be web developers, so we can all hear what we're up to. Then I set the timer, everyone is muted so we work in absolute silence for 25 minutes. Then the timer goes off for me, nobody else hears it, and then I unmute myself, and I've learned very gently to say, we've done our 25 minutes because people get really in the zone and it can like make them jump. Then we chat for five minutes and we discuss how we're getting on and we confess if we got distracted, which doesn't happen very often, but normally they've got loads done but the time has felt like it's gone really quickly. I make sure I put the timer on for the five-minute break so we don't get too distracted with chatting and then we go back into the 25 minutes again, we do that four times in total.

B: Well, I've got two things, and neither of them are very ground-breaking. But the first one is that I would really recommend everyone prioritises rest, I've noticed that if I rest properly, then I am better at my job. But it's taken me a long time to learn that lesson. I think I felt at the beginning of my freelancing career that I had to do everything and I had to be on all the time and actually prioritising rest means you're going to do a better job. Especially because freelancers tend to be creative types and the act of being creative can be exhausting. I read a really good quote the other day from Dolly Alderton, the novelist, and she said writing is really hard, it's like your brain is doing a crossword puzzle every time you write a sentence, so rest. My other non-grou


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