5 tips for lifestyle bloggers

To establish yourself as a really great lifestyle blogger, attracting audiences far and wide, it’s essential to rise above the vast ocean of blogs out there – but how, exactly, can you do that? Consider these five essential tips to get you noticed all across the internet. 1. Your voice The whole point in having a lifestyle blog is to divulge and inform – you have to have something unique to say about whatever your chosen field...

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A new look for a new chapter

Welcome to the new look NuNomad website. Its been a long time coming but finally there’s an exciting new design for the site! Over the coming months we’ll be rolling out new features for both digital nomads on the road right now and for those that aspire to live the location independent lifestyle. We’ve cleaned up old broken links, reformatted much of the great articles that are so useful to many and improved the...

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10 Stunning co-working spaces around the world

You may be living the dream — being paid and able to travel — but every freelancer knows how lonely it can be to spend every day alone, holed up working in a hotel room or apartment. Even with nights and weekends free to explore and interact with your new surroundings, it can be tiresome to spend working hours without a soul to communicate with in person. Fortunately, because of the drastic rise in the numbers of freelancers across...

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Learning from locals – Being a better nomad

Being a Nu Nomad and having the luxury of prolonged travel has really changed the way I perceive the world. What was once a “trip of a lifetime” to tick all the tourist boxes, has now been replaced with slower and more meaningful adventures. I’m still learning every day but the biggest shift for me came when I realised that being nomadic meant I could connect with local people in a way I never could as a tourist. So...

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Being a Digital Nomad in Bali

Tropical Paradise? Being a Digital Nomad in Bali When it comes to living the dream, Bali, the tiny tropical island in Indonesia, seems to check a lot of boxes. You can work amid the tranquil rice fields outside Ubud, a popular nomad-ing destination. You can take time out to surf on the breaks of South Bali, dive world-famous sites such as the wreck of the USS Liberty, indulge in yoga and spas, or eat fantastic international cuisine....

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Become a gambling nomad in Playa Del Carmen

Playa Del Carmen might not be the first place you think of when it comes to online poker and casinos, but since 2011 it’s become a veritable hub for those that make a living in the virtual realm. Online gamblers are the epitome of the nomadic digital life and since the industry boomed back in 2004 literally thousands of 20 to 30 year-olds have found a way to make a living from home using their laptop. Unfortunately, for online...

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Staying connected in Tenerife

Tenerife is the largest and most populated of the Canary Islands. The island offers a wide range of activities, from lazing on the beach to adventure sports to nature hikes to some of it’s secluded peaks which you’ll even find snow on despite the fact that the nearby beaches are warm enough for swimming. One of the best ways to explore Tenerife is through a great walking holiday with www.headwater.com Despite aspirations...

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Working as a digital nomad in Eastern Europe

Travelling in Eastern European countries, particularly those in the Balkans, is a great budget alternative to experiencing Europe without the cost of Western Europe.  But how easy is it to access Internet there and continue working while you travel around? The truth is in 3 years of travel we’ve found very few locations and countries where Internet wasn’t readily available and sufficient for most work needs. Even in the...

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Tips for the digital nomad: Staying in touch in Western Australia

Western Australia (WA) is the largest state in Australia, occupying one-third of the continent with a total land size of 2.5million square kilometers. With a population of 2.4 million people at the last census (that’s less than one person per square kilometer of land), and the bulk of people living in the south-west corner, all of that basically translates to a lot of vast uninhabited areas dotted with small towns. What does...

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Australia: Not So Easy for Digital Nomads

Australia is one of the most beautiful countries I know. OK so I’m Australian so I may be a little biased but having travelled all over these last few years I’ve seen a lot of amazing places and I still keep coming back to my conclusion that as beautiful as the beaches of Thailand are, as awe-inspiring as the ruins of Athens are, there’s just something unforgettable about a deserted unspoiled beach with waves rolling in that...

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