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The Most Beautiful Website in the World

Let me invite you to browse the most beautiful website in the world. Every little detail has been painstakingly designed and optimized.

Southeast Asia - 7 Reasons Why I Love It Here

Gaze in Awe

You may not realize it, but this is the most beautiful website you’ve ever browsed.

Yeah, actually it is.

The Reason?

Your time.

In today’s world, time is the most beautiful thing in your life.

Therefore, I painstakingly optimized every aspect of this site for speed and performance to benefit my readers.

The World is Mobile

Mobile devices are the main focus here.

The site renders perfectly on ANY screen. Whether you’re rocking a proper iPhone 7 or a cheap myPhone from the Philippines, it still looks great.

It doesn’t matter if you’re using iOS, Android, or a knock-off operating system from China, the site will still show up on your device.

No Bullshit Here

The layout caters to the busy CEO who doesn’t have time to deal with unnecessary elements on a webpage.

There are no pop-up boxes on this site to piss you off. You won’t have to find that damn tiny X in the top right corner to get rid of anything here.

There are no ugly Google ads to screw up the peacefulness of the site.

There are no social share buttons here. If you really and truly like an article, I’m pretty sure you know how to copy and paste the link to Facebook.

Speed

I designed this site with the world traveler in mind. Even if you’re backpacking in Cambodia with a sketchy internet connection, the pages will load efficiently.

This site is served to you from an InMotion server with a solid-state drive. A basic page only has 4 file requests.

That’s tech talk which means the shit is lightning fast.

As soon as you click a link, the page is there—staring back at you.

Simplicity & Minimalism

They’re both wonderful concepts.

Just read my colorful articles and enjoy the peacefulness of the best designed and most beautiful website in the entire world.

It’s as if you’re holding a paperback book while chilling in a hammock underneath a palm tree.

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