The best tip that I ever got as a digital nomad was to travel light. We all love to travel, but trust me, it can become very tiring to carry huge bags around, so you would definitely want to avoid making this mistake. Still, it is understandable that some people would still want to carry some extra luggage when they go on a longer trip, but there is absolutely no reason why backpack won’t cover for all your needs when it comes to short road trips.
Why English? Of so many languages in the world, and so many professions, why would this be the best choice? The answer to these questions can be found in the basic human pattern of behavior. One thing is in common to all people around the globe, regardless of culture, age or gender. It is the need to communicate. We all know that the English language is not that hard to learn, and that in most countries, it is accepted as the second language, and that can open a lot of doors for you.
A lot of issues have been raised regarding health insurance in the U.S. during the last couple of years. As if that wasn’t complicated enough, things get even trickier when talking about people who live nomadic lifestyles. If you decide to go on a short holiday, you simply take a travel insurance to cover for you during that period of time. So, following that logic, if you decide to go away to a foreign country for a few months, you simply take insurance that covers that, right? unfortunately, nope..
We know that you already heard about Paris, Venice and Rome, so we are not going to talk about those places. Don’t get us wrong, if you consider yourself a world traveler, those are the cities you really should visit, but in this article we will focus more on the hidden gems of European cities, suitable for digital nomads. A lot of you might believe that Asia is the continent which offers the most unique mix of cultures, but we don’t quite agree with that statement.
Remote working jobs are so much better than the standard ones, where you have to spend a good portion of your day trapped in an office. If you are a remote worker, you can take your job with you, wherever you go. It basically means that you are only bound by your imagination and free spirit. This all sounds fine and dandy, but why do some people still rather choose the traditional office format?
Digital nomads from western countries have always been interested in visiting Asia. Perhaps it is because their culture is so much different than ours, so we feel drawn to it in a way we cannot truely explain. It is probably due to our desire to meet different traditions and see what they’re like first hand. South-East Asia is quickly becoming a place to see if you are a digital nomad. There are many reasons for that. It is very affordable to tourists, people are friendly, and you can choose whether you’d like to stay in an urban city or in a stress-free place on the beach. In this article, you will find out what are the 5 most popular cities to work in South-East Asia. So, let’s begin.
Jet lag, poor nutrition and a bad posture are just some of the problems digital nomads encounter along the way, that can be detrimental to their well being. Being a digital nomad is all the freedom it provides, but you cannot be free if you lose your health. Some people consider digital nomads as tourists, but the reality is we also have to work for a living, and that can bring a lot of stress to our lives. How do you deal with it when you are thousands of miles away from home, and people you know?
Europe has seen its fair share of political and demographic turmoils over the years, and as a consequence, it is now full of many different cultures mixing together to create a colorful experience you won’t find anywhere else in the world. With this being said, it’s not hard to see why tourists flock there, more and more each year. If you are one of them, congratulations, you’re gonna have a blast.