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!
Picking the right accommodation place is important, as it affects both your budget and more importantly, your general happiness and wellbeing. In this episode we will go over recommended mindset and tactics that will hopefully increase your chances of finding that amazing place that just feels right. The focus of this episode is specifically on places you book for a shorter period than a week.
A short blog comments episode about dealing with resistance and fear to start living nomadically. We will also address concerns about hippies, taxes and frequencies.
Constantly moving as a nomad can get confusing, but fear not. In this episode I will share my to-do checklist in each new place I arrive to. From registering to local facebook groups, finding the best hospital, and downloading offline maps, this list will probably give you some ideas to make your stay in each location more enjoyable and efficient.
Hacking life? One of the biggest digital nomad lifestyle charms is the magical "cost arbitrage" of living in a low cost country while working for western salary online. In this episode we will examine the main advantages and some surprising disadvantages of living life as a digital nomad cost hacker.
Is it important to know how to define who you are? A comment left on the blog a few years ago shows the benefits of giving a name to what you do, both internally and with the people surrounding you. In this episode we will discuss the main reasons to why knowing who you are will keep you from being lost on the never ending road.
You sure can, especially if you travel long term. In today's episode we will discuss travel burnout and the steps you should take when the gloom and fatigue hits you.
In this episode we will answer a reader question about the right age to make the switch to the nomadic life. We will go over some reasons to delay the transition from the "normal lifestyle" in order to accumulate skills and get more emotionally prepared for the challenges of living nomadically.