Being A Digital Nomad With Debt

being a digital nomad with debt

If you have debt you might think becoming a digital nomad is impossible. With the cost of college skyrocketing and the average American household $137,063 in debt, for many a debt free life is unrealistic. However, this doesn’t mean we shouldn’t follow our dreams. With savvy financial planning, the digital nomad lifestyle is possible even with […]

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My Thoughts On Why Introverts Make Great Digital Nomads

why introverts make great digital nomads

I’m an introvert. According to most widely-understood definitions, that means I gain my energy from time spent alone, and I’m drained by social situations and interactions. Introverts come in all shapes, sizes, and personalities, but that need for “recharging” in solitude is the common denominator. So, how do we fit into digital nomadism? Traveling the […]

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Remote Year Reviews: Past Participants Spill The Beans On The Good & Bad

Remote Year reviews

Imagine spending a month living and working in 12 different countries over a year with other digital nomads, while not having to worry about planning your accommodation, finding work-friendly cafes, sorting out flight tickets and other time-consuming tasks – that’s the appeal of Remote Year, a program that brings together communities of 50-80 aspiring and […]

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The Digital Nomad Packing List Guide 2017

Unlike packing for a short vacation, being a digital nomad means packing for a lifestyle that needs to fit into a suitcase or a backpack. You will want to have a packing list with the right equipment and tools to make working while traveling possible. Here is our Women Digital Nomads approved packing list for […]

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