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7 Of The Best Books For Digital Nomads

The internet offers tons of resources for the beginner and experienced Digital Nomad. And it’s fitting that most digital nomads consume content related to the world of remote work and location-independent entrepreneurship online in the form of blogs and podcasts. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of value in the traditional (or electronic) book. …

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The Best Digital Nomad Podcasts [2020 Edition]

It’s easy to see why podcasts for digital nomads are popular. While it might appear to have limited niche audience potential, there are several reasons why podcasts about location independent entrepreneurs are popular. For one, audio is a format that travellers can consume easily. A podcast weighs nothing so listeners don’t have to worry about …

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Digital Nomad Gifts – What To Buy For Minimalist Travellers

There’s a bit of a dilemma with buying gifts for digital nomads. Subscribers to the nomadic lifestyle, nomad movement or whatever you want to call it, tend to live minimalistic lives. They generally buy less “stuff” than most people. Their laptop is their most important possession. Sometimes their phone takes the role of primary business …

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The Disadvantages Of Being a Nomad (Long-Term)

The nomadic work-from-anywhere lifestyle isn’t for everyone. Managing a business while travelling on a long-term basis is for a select few. It takes a special type of person to cope with the physical and mental issues that only come up after long periods of constant travel. Those photos on the internet of people sitting in …

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Digital Nomad Tbilisi: Guide to Living in Georgia’s Capital

Imagine a place that feels like Eastern Europe with a hint of the Middle East / Central Asia. Where you can stay for a year on a tourist visa. Where you can drink some of the world’s best wine for throwaway prices. A country where food, accommodation, and travel are some of the cheapest in the …

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Interview: How Digital Nomad Chapin Kreuter Teaches Surfing Online

Sometimes a business model appears that seems impossible to pull off. Then you hear about people actually making it work. Over the years, I’ve come to realise that almost anything is possible with the right passion and lots of perseverance. Chapin Kreuter runs Surf Progression Techniques, a website coaching service and online course that teaches …

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Living in Argentina: The Pros & Cons

Argentina sits at the bottom of the world, far from any international flight hub, and embroiled in economic problems that sometimes make visitors nervous. It’s a little bit off the beaten track. But Argentina is not only a fascinating, exciting, and incredibly huge country to visit, it’s also a wonderful country to live in. Argentina …

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Taipei Digital Nomad Destination Guide

I used to think of Taipei and Taiwan as an extension of China. In my ignorance (before I visited) I expected an island version of mainland China. There is some truth in this, but that doesn‘t tell the whole story. The Taiwanese people are descendants of Chinese (there are indigenous tribes but I’ll leave that discussion to …

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How older digital nomads Live & Work – Interviews with Gen X and Baby Boomer Location Independent Entrepreneurs

I used to think that the idea of travelling the world while working from a laptop was something one would quit by the age of 40. In my case, I started my digital nomad lifestyle at around the age of 40 and haven’t stopped since then. But all this (short) time I felt like an …

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