Being a digital nomad and always on the go is exciting and fun!
But whenever there is fun and adventure, there are always going to be issues along the way.
Lucky for you, I’ve done some research and compiled a list of three essential gadgets and items to bring along with you while on the road, or just working remotely!
Want to work out but don’t have the time?
We just got the thing for you.
Our current post is from our founder Jordan. He shows you some hacks on how to burn some calories while doing the thing you probably do most….
…Use Your Phone!
Read on now and watch the video!
As a digital nomad, we experience tons of things both fun and challenging. Parties at Ibiza, trying to get fast internet in some city in Asia, Surfing in Maui, etc. etc.
This is truly what makes this lifestyle worth it. We get have unique experiences while building tenacity to face the challenges of life. We get to dictate what we do each day and be able to design our lifestyles.
We also get to meet interesting people along the way. Sometimes, these chance encounters are fleeting moments in our lives. However, at times, we meet extraordinary people who have the power to change our lives.
This post is one of those instances. Tony Stokes tells us his encounter with Father Joe, the Slum Priest of Kloeng Toei.
This is an inspiring story that provides a glimpse into the amazing experiences that us digital nomads can encounter.
Why do you live a nomadic lifestyle? To be your own boss? To live wherever you want? To dictate what you do every single minute of the day?
For many of us, it’s all of the above…and more.
You, me, and all our nomadic friends enjoy the freedom and power that comes with being location independent.
It’s freaking awesome, Isn’t it?
But (and there’s always a but), you and I know the pains that comes with this lifestyle.
We do it anyway because it’s worth it.
One of those pains is staying motivated. What do we do to maintain our lifestyles? To be able to work anywhere we want? To be our own bosses?
Our guest writer this week, Virginia Villari of enjoytheride.info & wearepartnersincrime.com, gives us 5 strategies to combat this pain. She provides valuable information on how to stay motivated so that we can kick ass at being our own bosses.
Her strategies worked for her. It worked for her circle. Hell, it even worked for us!
So, click the link below, read on, and let these strategies work for you!
Whether you are location independent or not, the “good life” may sound like a vague, idealistic concept. You’d probably assume it’s all about achieving the “big goals”:
– Make enough money
– Finding love
– Doing activities you enjoy
In a way that’s the truth. On the surface it sounds so simple, right?! But, when you think about it, the components of each are COMPLETELY different depending on your point of view and your ideals.
In our fascinating chat with Ludovic Vuillier and the team at The Good Life Manifesto, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and your jaw will drop to the floor at least twice!
Seriously though, discover Ludo’s 3 key ingredients to the good life for digital nomads. If you have a location independent lifestyle, especially, listen up!
This Post Is For You!
Have you ever wondered what cryptocurrency or bitcoin is about? As a digital nomad, should it even matter to you?
As crypto becomes even more prevalent and accepted, you should be prepared. This is the wave of the future. Learn how to use this technology as you live your remote life. Read on!
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