We live in a time where nothing seems to last forever and it’s ok to question if one can ever stop being a digital nomad. So, if you’re wondering whether to take this step but you’re a little concerned if this is the right choice, don’t worry because it’s 100% reversible. Theoretically speaking, you quit […]
A laptop on the beach, pictures of exotic food and an infinite number of Facebook check-ins at airports around the world are probably among the top reasons why there are so many stereotypes surrounding the life of a digital nomad. Some see us as a bunch of hippies who lost their mind. The truth is, we are just an unusual group of people living outside the traditional roles, norms and jobs.
But what about all those things they say about us, are they true? We’ll find out together! Ladies and gentlemen, let me present the most common questions I’ve been asked since I left my “good” office job 2 years ago, reflecting the stereotypes around our lifestyle.
Did you ever wonder why the majority of location independent freelancers, entrepreneurs and remote workers are from the Western world? The answer lays somewhere in between visas, purchasing power and getting quality clients.
Yoga can impact your success as a digital nomad.
This conclusion is not far fetched. Well, we believe it increases your focus, raises self-discipline and reduces loneliness. Being blessed with an excellent Yoga scene in Canggu, this is something you should try it too.
Modern nomads are self-starters and have the initiative to either run a business or work independently. This can be a blessing or a curse… but it comes with the challenges of working with zero structure. Some days you might feel like you didn’t quite own it… a magic ingredient was missing: flow. A master workday is all down to rhythm. There’s an upward synergy where one high is topped by another. We all know this feeling, but it can feel hit or miss. Here are Kerry’s tested recommendations to upcycle your workday.
My journey as a digital nomad started very abruptly: I was almost burned out in a job and city I hated, overworked with a salary that barely allowed me to pay my rent and all of this having a Master’s degree and speaking 5 languages. It took me almost 2 years, a lot of sleepless nights and anxieties, and various trials of new ventures to figure out my path. But now I’m really fulfilled and feel entitled to give you some advice: Here are Anna´s 7 lessons from her journey to becoming a digital nomad.
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?
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