Digital nomads are truly a new breed of worker. Often known as "laptop entrepreneurs", these fully-digital, tech-savvy workers
Unless you own your own business or freelance, the biggest hurdle facing you and your dreams to becoming a Digital Nomad
I wouldn’t change a thing.
If you haven't noticed, my content has a bit of a theme. Maybe I go on a little too much about the whole digital nomad/location independence thing, who knows.
The first year of business can be rough, and most likely (here's a reality check), you probably won't make the same as your
You've heard about the digital nomad buzz, right? Those location independent professionals who take advantage of technology to work from anywhere in the world. The lucky tribe of folks working from a local coffee shop a park, or a remote location on the other side of the globe.
The fearful thoughts of What am I going to do next? How am I going to make money? What am I going to do next? released. It became clear -- I gave up all of the shoes and clothes, sublet my Manhattan apartment, packed a travel backpack, and flew to Thailand.
More and more tech-savvy travelers are opting for a mobile lifestyle that involves a few hours of hacking every day to pay the bills. Welcome to the rise of the internet-dirtbag, the one-(wo)man micro-multinational corporation, and the modern-day laptop hero.
My legal immigration status notwithstanding, I was unprepared for what life in my strange new home would bring, woefully yet by design -- you can't make love to a metronome.
It's 8:30 in the morning and I'm relaxed and feeling refreshed. Then again, who wouldn't be if they were in my shoes?
Like so many other Americans, I lost my job in early 2009. Although I sent out dozens of résumés per week, I hadn't scored even a single interview by the time spring came around.
10) Don't worry, be happy. 1) Packing light is key (along with those snacks & special toys) for us. (You can add some of