THE BEST GUIDE FOR WOMEN DIGITAL NOMADS
36 apps to help you work effectively as a remote worker.
How to transition into being a digital nomad.
I'm Sara Baroni, a freelance video games translator.
Travel safety tips for women digital nomads.
Whether you’re a full-time digital nomad or just traveling a bit for work, these tools will help you get your work done wherever you are.
focus@will is a music service that is based on the neuroscience of getting and staying focused, helpful when you are in a coworking space or a cafe.
Invoice.to lets you generate simple invoices; and get paid via stripe.
Every Time Zone shows you the current time across different countries at one glance.
Work Hard Anywhere is an iPhone and Android app that helps you discover the best laptop-friendly cafes & workspaces.
Workfrom allows you to discover the best coffee shops, bars, cafes and coworking spaces.
Copass lets you access the largest network of coworking spaces globally with one Pass.
Use Trello to organize to-do lists and anything together. It helps you stay on top of the many different tasks, projects, experiments, and goals you’ve got going on.
Basecamp is a private, secure space online where people can organize and discuss projects.
Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world.
Worldpackers lets you find unique places where you can exchange your skills for accommodation.
Hostelworld is the world's number one hostel booking site.
Nomad House offers community spaces that allow nomads to live and work together around the world.
WeLive offers furnished, flexible apartments by WeWork in NYC and DC.
Outsite is a coworking/living membership in beautiful places globally. Sign up for their membership and get unlimited access to all their locations at members price.
Roam is an international network of communal living spaces. Join interesting people in interesting places.
Remote Ok is one of the largest digital nomad job boards!
We Work Remotely is a job board with a wide range of remote jobs.
Working Nomads is a job board that curates remote digital jobs from around the web.
Remotive is a newsletter on remote tips & jobs that is sent twice a month.
PowerToFly is focused on matching women with remote positions in tech.
Upwork is the world's largest online freelancing platform.
Workfrom allows you to discover the best coffee shops, bars, cafes and coworking spaces while you travel.
GigRove connects local startups who have a place to spare and need help with short-term tasks with skilled travellers who need a place to stay.
Party with a local is a free app that connects travelers and locals that want to party.
Spotted By Locals is a series of blogs and city guides with up-to-date insider tips by city loving locals.
World Nomads provides international travel insurance and travel safety services for people from 151 countries.
Allianz offers health insurance and has few limitations.
Startup Retreats lets you find the best remote work communities and coliving spaces to retreat at.
Digital Nomad Retreats happen several times during the year, in different places across the world.
Hacker Paradise organizes trips all over the world for developers, designers, and entrepreneurs.
Earth Class Mail helps you keep a physical office in the United States. Deposit checks, pay bills, view and forward your mail to you anywhere in the world.
Tibba is an app that let’s you network with people and exchange skills.
Astrill is a VPN provider. They have a StealthVPN option specifically for China, that is supposed to work when regular VPN doesn't work.
Transferwise lets you transfer money abroad easily and quickly with their low cost money transfers.
Cloak provides you a private VPN to secure your network connection. If you work on unsecured WiFi networks often, you may want to consider Cloak.
Traveling Mailbox lets you view, scan and forward your mail online anywhere with an online postal mailbox.
Croissant is a passport membership to the best workspaces in New York, Boston, and D.C.