How do you approach money?
It's a simple yet essential question of our non-standard, nomadic lifestyle. And in this episode, we look for the answer -- covering topics like minimalism, material ownership, and ego.
In this episode, we're chatting with Dean Kuchel, the creator of one of the most active DN Facebook groups we've seen: Digital Nomads Israel. He'll share some wisdom about building online communities and improving your social life while traveling in-person.
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In this episode, we're taking a bird's eye view: How has nomadism developed over time? What historical reasons have pushed people towards settling down? And what does all of this mean for the future of digital nomadism?
Is it time to get back to the road? If so, how and what can we expect? In this episode, Dan and Eli will discuss projections about how travel will change, and how can digital nomads prepare for the next period of traveling with the coronavirus still in the background.
In this episode, Dan and Eli will talk about the opportunities created in this period to help you get back on the road from a position of strength when it’s possible. We speak about building skills, side businesses, and anything in between with a proactive approach, amid your Netflix breaks.
In this episode, we deal with the microscopic elephant in the room, Covid-19. We will discuss a few lessons digital nomads and long term travelers can learn from the pandemic right now, in regard to our past, and also what we might do in the future.
In this episode, we will interview Nacho Rodriguez, the founder of co-living Canary Islands and Nomad City summit in Las Palmas. Nacho has extensive knowledge on several topics relevant to all of us, including the future of remote work, co-living and why you should consider the Canary Islands as your next nomadic destination.
Today, we will go over some of the recent repeating questions by readers of the blog. We will start by analyzing the concept of a digital lifestyle as a form of escape. We will also dive deep into the fascinating topic of attachments, and how to disconnect or connect to them.
In this episode, Eli will interview Dan Rozenblum, BecomeNomad new podcast and blog editor. We will over why Dan decided to reach join BecomeNomad, his recent trip representing BecomeNomad in Kazakhstan, and some tips for digital nomads who would like to sustain their travel by becoming writers.