You’re traveling the world, living what most people would consider the dream life. But as we know, perfection is an illusion, and even when you’re moving around the world, living your best life, some days are tough. The added stress of being in new environments, meeting new people and a lack of stability, doesn’t help. […]
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 […]
I’ll never forget my first Tinder date way back when it was Plenty of Fish. After a little back and forth, it was time to take my online credibility offline to see if I could replicate a spark in the real world, which I can confirm—I fucking could not! When I arrived at the venue, […]
Whether you’re working remotely, starting your own business, freelancing, or paving your own way towards achieving your goals, you shouldn’t have to do it alone. A year ago I was the person who thought she could do everything herself. I didn’t need to ask for help because I had Google and Google knows everything. Right? […]
I travel with four t-shirts. And I know that even if travel with ten t-shirts, I’d be just as happy. So, why bother? Before going on my journey, the subtraction was for the sake of subtraction. After living for 3 months as a minimalist, subtraction was a choice. Just like some people find it difficult to live with the absence of certain things, I found difficult to live with the excess of things.
As an introvert I prefer to work in a quieter environment – the less people the better. We can’t focus with coworkers constantly expecting us to chat with the same intensity as golden retriever puppies nudging us to play fetch. Coming to Bali and Dojo taught me though, that this must not always be the case – it depends on the environment.
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.
If you’re in the digital nomad space, you’ve likely questioned your life’s purpose at one point or another. You may have even been thinking about your purpose long before you took the plunge into the remote lifestyle. There are books, podcasts, and speeches that can help but only few recognise that it’s about the balance and living a life that serves you and that you feel good about. If you’re already living a happy life, but you still feel unfulfilled, it might be because you haven’t dug deep enough into your purpose. Here is a guide to help you find your “why”.
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