The classic picture on the ‘gram accompanied by the envy-enducing hashtag #OOTD or office-of-the-day depicts the digital nomad lifestyle to be all beach and lifestyle nirvana. Yet if you’ve even managed to keep this lifestyle going long enough to make it more than a pipedream, you are probably aware that it easily involves hours hunched over a macbook. Here are three effective and simple yoga postures you can do whether on a beach chair or waiting for your next flight.
There is something about the combination of Bali + digital nomad + remote work that is making lots of blogs fight for position on Google’s first result page. However, it takes discipline to work from a different place than your usual desk. Add to that the fact you are in a new country, getting to know your surroundings. So it all comes to the question: are you ready to be a remote professional?
The world of online business opens the door to so many opportunities. With global resources a click away the barrier to entry is low for starting your own project online. We are living in one of the best times to be an entrepreneur. But the pressure to produce is high. We are obsessed with productivity. We bio hack ourselves to be able to focus more and increase efficiency. But the question arises: Are we actually more productive or only busy?
“Nomadism” is a term from the Old World. Only a few ancient civilizations roam freely. Most of us from the West weren’t born nomadic. The modern world leaves little room for wandering today. Nevertheless, a modern form of nomading is undergoing a boom and growing in a way that hasn’t existed before.
Full-time traveller, vagabond and writer: While her life looks enviable and somewhat unattainable, Jade wants people to know that a nomadic lifestyle and traveling the world is a choice that anyone can take, as long as they are willing to compromise. “Don’t do it because it’s fun or a whim, do it because your sanity depends on it. An interview about the secrets of a nomadic lifestyle.
Many digital nomads start out with this grand vision for a life on the road surrounded by coconuts and palm trees, with little to no stress. While excess stress is undoubtedly one of the driving forces behind such a decision, the stress on the other side is just as real as that left behind.
This is not an article telling you what you can and can’t do because you can do whatever you want to do. It’s merely some guidelines to help you understand a little about the culture you are stepping into, so when you arrive you can embrace it all and enjoy the experience.
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