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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Tips for working as a digital nomad in Thailand

So you have a dream: sitting on a beach in Thailand watching the sun set as you multitask managing your latest project, talking on Skype with clients back home and updating your Facebook status every hour with another amazing view of your ‘office’, all the while drinking a cold beer that cost you all of $1. Thailand is beautiful, hospitable and there’s not too many places in the country where a digital nomad can’t access...

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How To Become a VA and Travel The World

“Virtual Assistant” – these are 2 little words that I heard back in 2005, and I had no idea how much they would change my life. In fact, I also had no idea how they themselves would change over the years. The meaning of ?Virtual Assistant? is no longer a role, or a job title, or a way for mums to make a bit of money from home – that is a common misconception which is slowly phasing out as the months go by....

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Can a Digital Nomad be a Ski Bum?

I decided to create a fictional character to demonstrate that becoming a Ski Bum is definitely possible for a Digital Nomad. All the costs & information were researched while I was in Bansko, Bulgaria in February 2012.   Cheers, Colin   I pull back the blinds at 7:30 am and see that the sky is puking snow! Last night the stars were twinkling when I went to bed, but this morning I am greeted by 30 cm of fresh powder. New...

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Long-term Business Opportunities for the Digital Nomad

One of the things I love dearly about my lifestyle is the number of business opportunities that I am exposed to on almost a daily basis. A new place a new opportunity! I don’t know whether this is a reflection on myself (as a business opportunist – or what most people call an Entrepreneur) or whether it is a reflection on digital nomadism as a whole but each new location I visit and each new experience I have I see...

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Tips for older nomads

Traveling the world is a dream for some, while some people live the dream by traveling to different parts in this world. Once you get in the habit of moving from one place to another, you’d want to travel, irrespective of your age. So, if you are already 60+ and you’d want to travel to different parts of the world, here are some points to be kept in mind. Taking time to prepare your schedule Being young, you might not have thought...

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Buenos Aires for Digital Nomads

Milosh Zorica shares his tips and information from his recent stay in Buenos Aires as a NuNomad

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How to Create a Writing Career So You Can Become Location Independent – 4 Seasoned Writers Share Their Stories

Do you have what it takes to support yourself as a writer while you travel the world? Four professional writers Sharon Hurley Hall, Thursday Bram, JoAnna Haugen and Serena Makofsky tell how they’ve done it.

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