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Living as a Digital Nomad, Being the Boss

Digital Nomad living. How to remain in charge and the boss of your business while you live remotely, working where ever you want in the world.
Tags: Travel, Nomad, Digital Nomad, Traveldesk


Five Best Jobs as a Nomad Traveling the World

Five jobs that let you become a nomad and travel around the world, from bartenders to teachers to programmers, a digital nomad life.
Tags: Travel, Digital Nomad, Traveldesk, Nomad Traveling the World


This Microsoft concept keyboard packs a tablet, touchpad and charger!

Nowadays work follows you everywhere! And with the help of innovative technology and smart devices, getting your work done anywhere anytime has become no issue at all. South Korean product designer Seokmin Jang of PDF Haus created a product that caters perfectly to the ‘Digital Nomad’. I guess we’re all Digita Nomads in a sense, since no matter where we go, we’re always connected through our smartphones and of course the prized Internet! Inspired by Microsoft’s design philosophy of a minimal des...
Tags: Design, Technology, Microsoft, Modular, Product Design, Digital Nomad, Multifunctional, Jang, PDF HAUS, Seokmin Jang, All In One Keyboard


How to Become a Digital Nomad

Ever wanted to travel the world while working remotely as a digital nomad? Writer Jared Shein offers tips from the web and current digital nomads.
Tags: Travel, Digital Nomad, Womens Travel, Traveldesk, Jared Shein


How to transition into a remote job

So much for earning six-figure salaries, buying big houses, and starting families: What millennials really want is to ditch the traditional nine-to-five culture and work from home, or, rather, from the road. This adventurous cohort has an insatiable thirst for travel, which has given rise to the concept of location-independent jobs. Being a is the new version of the American Dream, and while working from beachside coffee shops and faraway Airbnbs seems like the stuff of Instagram fantasy, i...
Tags: Travel, Remote Work, Dell, Remote Jobs, All, Digital Nomad, Digital Nomad Jobs, Location-independent Jobs, Location-independent Work, Flexjobs Upwork Jobspresso, Amazon Apple American Express Humana


5 Tips for Keeping It Together as a Digital Nomad

Sure, being able to work remotely and travel nonstop is a blast. But it’s not without downtime and difficult moments.
Tags: News, Digital Nomad, Computers and the Internet, Hotels and Travel Lodgings, Travel and Vacations


Quit Your Desk Job And Travel The World

By Jess Barnard I quit my 9-5! I am following my dreams! I have my own business! I am ready to create the life I want! I am going to travel the world! I’m booking a flight off impulse – don’t try and stop me! Wow, I thought so many of you remote working travel people were full of it, but this really is the best decision I have ever made for myself. A few things that had crossed my mind whilst scrolling “travel influencer” type content on social media: “That is so impractical.” “This is the epi...
Tags: Travel, Remote Work, World, Philippines, Freelance, Solo Female Travel, Around The World Travel, Digital Nomad, Around The World Ticket, Women Of The World, Jess Barnard


Take A Photo Or It Didn’t Happen

By Alexandra Martin “Climb the mountain so you can see the world, not so the world can see you.” – David McCullough I recently returned from a 19-month international travel assignment for work and came across this quote. It spoke so honestly to me about our social media society. I often wonder what traveling was like before Instagram? A time when you actually had to discover new places by exploring, getting lost and by word-of-mouth. A time when you stood at the base of a waterfall in Ba...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Instagram, Bali, Machu Picchu, Digital Nomad, David McCullough, NatGeo, Alexandra Martin Climb


Don’t Let “The American Dream” Hold You Back From Living Your Dream

If you’re looking to live the life of your dreams, you might want to acknowledge the idea of The American Dream and all the added pressures that come with it. Reading the book Happier Than A Billionaire; about a couple who quits their successful business careers to pursue a low-stress life abroad, was a pivotal turning point for AirTreks travel planner Aaron Meir and his wife Rachael who were both climbing “the ladder to success”. Rachael had just received her doctorate in psychology from the P...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, Mexico, Oregon, American Dream, Denver, Long-term Travel, Living Abroad, Digital Nomad, Puerto Vallarta, Aaron, Phil, Rachel, Rachael, Alan Watts, Aaron Aaron


5 of The Best Coworking Spaces In The World

Work remotely and want to travel the world? It sounds like a dream — and in this digital age it’s more possible than ever before. Our friend in travel, Blaine Omega, traveled the world for two years and along her way she curated golden city guides with information every digital nomad is dying to get their hands on. Explore these 5 digital nomad cities she picked as her favorites! #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; } /* Add y...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Bali, Berlin, Barcelona, Css, Paris, South America, Sagrada Familia, Bangkok, Mailchimp, Buenos Aires, Chiang Mai, Digital Nomad, Berlin Germany, Barcelona Spain


How To Become A Digital Nomad

Seeing the world while holding down a full-time job might sound too good to be true, but with the right planning and support, it can be done. Before we dive in, let’s get started with the obvious — what exactly is a digital nomad? It’s a descriptor for different types of location independent working professionals. The goal of a digital nomad? To see and experience the world and all that it has to offer. Sound like you? Or someone you would like to become? Perfect. You’ve landed in the right spot...
Tags: Travel, Digital Nomad


Five Essential Gadgets for the Intrepid Digital Nomad

You finally took the plunge. You quit your job. You bagged a few freelance clients and now you’re ready to hit the road. But you’ve never lived and worked on the road. You feel like you’ll be lost without your wired internet connection, your automatic coffee maker and your house plant named George. How do digital nomads cope with life on the road? Well, today we’re going to tell you about a few essential items you’ll want to take with you. 1. A Reliable Mobile Hotspot You might have planned on j...
Tags: Travel, Business, Hard Drive, Other, Gear, Solar, Digital Nomad


10 Ways To Make Money As A Digital Nomad

Being a digital nomad may seem like a lot of fun, but many people tend to wonder how they could possibly earn any money. In this article, we will show… Read more » The post 10 Ways To Make Money As A Digital Nomad appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Opportunities, Digital Nomad


The Ultimate way to Travel the World as a Digital Nomad

The digital nomad life- it’s a life where one wakes up when they want, work from a PC anywhere in the world, making money on own terms. Sounds ideal, right? Most freelancers looking to live a life of travel, need to find ways of becoming a digital nomad. So, what a digital nomad? It’s someone who leverages technology to make an income on the road traveling across the globe. Who is a digital nomad? A digital nomad is different from working remotely or freelancing where one is contracted to wo...
Tags: Travel, Travel Blog, Digital Nomad, Travel the World, Dropshipping Writing and Blogging SEO Optimization


What Kind of Backpacker Are You?

Updated: 4/8/2019 | Originally Posted: 07/29/2009 Note: So much has changed since I originally wrote this post 10 years ago (also, isn’t it crazy that I’ve been blogging for so long?) that I thought that this funny little article needed an update. The Flashpacker is long gone. The Digital Nomad has risen. Others have remained the same. I redid this entire post on the curious species that is the backpacker after having embedded myself in their culture and learned their curious ways. *** You ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hollywood, Bali, Australia, Southeast Asia, India, Macbook, Prague, South America, Laos, Costa Rica, Queenstown, Hostelworld, Backpackers, Digital Nomad


New podcast: life as a digital nomad

In this month’s episode of Speaking of Translation, Eve Bodeux and I interview German to English translator Katie Schober about her life on the road as a digital nomad. Katie–a longtime Speaking of Translation listener, who specializes in history and genealogy translations–has spent six months traveling the US with her husband while continuing to work full time, and they’re about to embark on the European leg of their journey. Katie talks about planning this kind of trip, working full-time while...
Tags: Instagram, Podcasts, US, Linguistics, Digital Nomad, Katie, Eve Bodeux, Speaking of Translation, Katie Schober


Chiang Mai trip report – the provincial powerhouse of Southeast Asia

Every time I return to Chiang Mai (which has been often) I marvel at how hard this inland provincial city punches above its weight. After thinking about this I looked at a map of Asia, and I can’t think of a non-capital city (and not a port/coastal city) that has as much to offer as Chiang Mai. Sure there are bigger inland cities in China, but not with the international appeal as Chiang Mai. In the future I think Da Nang will be the city to watch, but it has some way to go to catch up with the...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, New York, Bali, Indonesia, Australia, China, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Thailand, Beijing, Shanghai, WeChat, Alipay, Vietnam


Top 7 Cities for Digital Nomads

Once you decide to become a digital nomad, you have to decide where to go. You may already have your bucket list. Or you’ve based your travel plans on advice from friends and family. Many of you will Google “top cities in the world for digital nomads.” You’ll find a lot of lists. Some from big companies like Forbes. Others from individuals who have traveled the world and want to share their perspective. All try to set some criteria. Once you get past affordability and internet availability, th...
Tags: Travel, Google, Asia, Bali, US, Budapest, Cape Town, Vietnam, Kansas City, Bangkok, Travel Blog, Ubud, Ho Chi Minh City, Chiang Mai, Saigon, Digital Nomad


5 Tips For A Traveling Entrepreneur

by John Lim, founder of Ansel Over the last 24 months, I’ve had to adapt to live in places with limited connectivity like Patagonia and the Sahara Desert to places made for the digital worker like Seoul, South Korea. In order to run my business, Ansel (a growth agency for brands, non-profits, or individuals who want to make a positive impact on this world), I’ve picked up several tips for success. In the last year, I paid off over $40,000 in college debt thanks to mentors and fellow entrepreneu...
Tags: Travel, Startups, South Korea, Usa, Entrepreneurship, US, Patagonia, John, Sahara Desert, Digital Nomad, Seoul South Korea, Ansel, SELINA, Advice For The Young At Heart, Entrepreneur Advice, John Lim


The Rent vs. Own Argument for Internet Marketers

As much as you might talk or read about the “pride of ownership” as a mark of professional success, the fact of the matter is that much of our economy is moving toward one of merely renting what you need while you still need it. You might know this better as the subscription or even the microtransaction model, even if we use the term “buy” when we refer to it. You might say that you are “buying” a domain, but the truth is that you are simply renting it, a year or two at a time. If you’re not pay...
Tags: Blogging, Nas, Netflix, United States, Dot Com Lifestyle, Digital Nomad, John Chow, Adobe Creative Cloud


Becoming A Citizen Of The World

By Brad Good As I wandered further from the traditional bivouac camp in the Moroccan Sahara Desert, the sound of silence struck me full force. I look up — it’s almost midnight and I am completely alone on the dunes. The stars, the moon, the Milky Way opened up engulfing my senses and reminding me of why I took this journey around the world. The vastness of space had me in awe of my place in the world, personally and most importantly of a promise I made to my mother. For the past year and a half...
Tags: Travel, Death, Grief, Cheryl Strayed, World, Depression, Colombia, Prague, Chile, Loss, Cambodia, Tokyo, Pain, Lisbon, Sahara Desert, Destinations


My life on the road: shit fountains and dump stations

It doesn't matter what tech you opt for – composting toilets, incinerator toilets or, as we have in our rig, a john connected to a holding tank – if you live in an RV, sooner or later you're going to wind up handling your own waste. The first time we dumped out tanks, it didn't go so well. We hadn't quite started living in our old 1991 Triple E Empress just yet. At the time, we were busy downsizing our lives to fit into the motorhome, and my wife was enrolled in a week-long wilderness first ...
Tags: Travel, Post, News, Toilets, RV, British Columbia, Essay, Bathrooms, Digital Nomad, Motorhome, Canmore, Minolta, Bamboleo, Canmore Alberta, Alternative lifestyles, My life on the road


Let me tell you about living my life on the road

In passing, I've talked about the fact that my wife and I are full-time nomads. Lemme expand on that. A few years back, we bought a 21-year-old RV with the intention of living in it while my wife completed her degree in Vancouver, Canada. Typically, winters in Vancouver are mild by comparison to the rest of the country. The climate is similar to what you see in Seattle. Not so while we were there. It dropped to below freezing for weeks at a time. Snow, a largely unknown commodity in British Col...
Tags: Travel, Post, Texas, News, Mexico, Canada, United States, Vancouver, Seattle, British Columbia, On The Road, Alberta, Essay, Columbia, Digital Nomad, Vancouver Canada


How to Hack a University Education Via Worldschooling

After being raised as a worldschooler, traveling full-time from age 11-19, I applied to and was accepted at Queen’s University in Canada, one of the most acclaimed universities in the country. Worldschooling is the combination of travel with education – how you go about it exactly is up to you. Worldschoolers range from full-time travelers to day-trippers and weekend adventurers, from unschoolers to curriculum lovers. It’s a choose-your-own-adventure schooling method perfect for indie travel p...
Tags: Travel, School, Featured, Learning, Education, Hack, Canada, Cambodia, Study Abroad, Guatemala, Osu, Travel With Kids, Digital Nomad, Travelers, Roman, Oregon State University


Digital Nomad? Tips on How to Build Your Business While on the Move

Running a successful business while travelling can be challenging. You’ve got the basic issues such as planning a travel itinerary and finding an internet connection that works. Then you’ve got… Read more » The post Digital Nomad? Tips on How to Build Your Business While on the Move appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Management, Tips, Digital Nomad, Business Development


Why Olomouc Should Be Your Next Digital Nomad Destination

When you think about the Czech Republic, your mind probably springs to Prague’s iconic Charles Bridge or the cheap beer which attracts hordes of tourists and stag and hen parties every year, or Brno’s famous phallus-shaped astronomical clock. However, another city may be firmly planting itself on the digital nomad map. Prague, not surprisingly, is the Czech Republic’s digital nomad hotspot, followed by Brno (according to NomadList). But the country’s sixth city – Olomouc – is quickly becoming in...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Hong Kong, Europe, UK, Featured, Remote Work, Unesco, Czech Republic, Prague, Drink, Airbnb, Great, Budget Travel, Charles Bridge, Co-working


5 Tools That Will Make a Digital Nomad’s Life Easier

The laptop lifestyle has been the dream of many for the last 13-ish years, since the Internet first exploded during the acai berry craze in 2005. Nowadays, it’s a definite… The post appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Tools, Online Business, Management, Digital Nomad


I OBJECT: My reaction to Per Håkansson’s talk at #IIeX @perhakansson MRX

It’s rare that a conference talk generates outright rage but that’s what happened today. Twitter got angry and an audience member asked a question that didn’t get answered. Absolutely loved how polarizing the talk on becoming a digital nomad was (thank you Per!). Love it or hate it, our new reality is that we no […]
Tags: Branding, Digital Nomad, Marketing Research, IIeX, Mrx, Perhakansson, Per Håkansson


Financial Case Study: Chelse Hensley, Social Media Manager

Chelse Hensley is a Digital Nomad obsessed with traveling the world and seeking adventure beyond the 9-5 office life. When she turned 25 she decided that she was going to stop making excuses and do what she’d always dreamed. She went from having 0 stamps in her passport to 15+ countries in one year. While she details her adventures at HashtagTourist, she earns her living as a social media manager. Read on to learn more about her travel lifestyle and location independent career as a social media ...
Tags: Travel, Ira, Robinhood, Financial Case Studies, Financial Case Study, Digital Nomad, Nora, Chelse, Social Media Manager, Chelse Hensley, Chelse Hensley Social Media, HashtagTourist, RechargeSocialMedia


How to live a remarkable life

This is Thalassa. Thalassa is happy. Not just because of the Tony’s Chocolonely in her hand. Because she’s engineered a way to make her work fit her life goals. Just look at her and how happy she is. She always had a dream to live and work in Barcelona, a city she feels is home […]
Tags: Career, Uncategorized, Advertising, Social Media, Barcelona, Sem, Office Life, Freelance, Remote Working, Agency Life, Digital Nomad, Tony, Thalassa Thalassa