One more episode live from Russia about lessons I have learned as a digital nomad. From the importance of having weekends off, slow travel, picking the right travel destination and much more.
A new format! This time, we will focus on the analysis of a specific location. In this episode, we will discuss digital nomad life in the beautiful Baltic country of Lithuania, after 2 months of stay in Vilnius, the capital. Geography, history, current conditions, things to do, and how to make sure you are there in winter. Enjoy!
Some of the most powerful insights about a nomadic lifestyle can be learned at home. Home is an interesting place. It’s the place where I started, the place I get back to, and is also where most of my attachments are. In this episode, I will review some of the most important personal and business nomadic habits and rituals I have adopted while being home.
Interview with a nomadic thought leader who I follow for years. Chris Kirkland is a the co-creator of the Hobo CEO podcast, and in our chat over coffee in Chiang Mai we discuss several aspects of the nomadic life such as launching side projects, life in Japan and forming communities and tribes while traveling. Enjoy!
Let’s talk about your digital nomad career. We will go over the main branches of careers you might consider as a remote worker and digital nomad. From Working for one company remotely, starting to freelance for several clients, building an online business, or going on full startup mode, the options are all interesting and each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
This is an interview episode with Hea Jeong, a painter and writer in FlyHighOyster blog who is now in her second year of travels with her husband. We discuss the process of making the decision of leaving everything behind, finding her passion while traveling (painting), and how the nomadic lifestyle turned out for her. Many good insights here, don’t miss it!