Digital nomads cross borders all the time! In this episode we discuss the necessary preparations and mindset recommended when crossing borders safely. We will also shed light on some scenarios which are worth preparing for since they indicate that your border crossing might be less smooth than usual. For detailed show notes please see http://becomenomad.com/avoid-problems-crossing-borders/
In today episode we will introduce and discuss a concept that have changed my life as a digital nomad: Coworking. We will go over the main advantages of using a coworking space ranging from separation of home and work, meeting new friends while traveling and the importance of networking and taking your work seriously. To see and read more insights please visit here: http://becomenomad.com/advantages-of-coworking_/
In this episode we discuss Weekends! After 5 years of being as digital nomad, I follow some rules and have a special mindset in regard to how the Ritual of having a good weekend fits in my lifestyle. We speak about the importance of separation of weekdays from weekends, preparations you should take to make sure your weekend goes perfectly and much more. To read more go here http://becomenomad.com/using-your-weekends-to-explore/
In this episode we explore the Digital Nomad lifestyle. We will try to explain why this phenomenon is getting popular, what is the definition of a Digital Nomad and what are the most common characteristics and routines of this lifestyle. For detailed show notes please see http://becomenomad.com/digital-nomad-lifestyle/
The Nomadic lifestyle might sound unique, but there are so many exciting ways to experience it! In this episode we will go over a list of different nomad types, from the Corporate nomad to Half Half Nomad all the way to the Digital nomad and Classical nomad. Now you only have to pick which one you want to be. For detailed show notes please see http://becomenomad.com/different-nomadic-lifestyles/
After 5 years of travels and 2 startups under construction, I will share some of the lessons I have learned about the necessary mindset and steps which are recommended for those of you who are interested in constant travel while also building a sustainable business on the move. We will discuss various topics ranging from finding a good co-founder, picking the right spots to travel and also accepting the sacrifice and changes to your nomadic lifestyle if you choose to do so while building a business. For detailed show notes please visit http://becomenomad.com/how-to-become-a-nomad-entrepreneur/
After traveling for more than 5 years, it is a good time to reflect on what I learned during the first months and years of my nomadic journey. From starting a web business in Israel to doing yoga in India and discovering coworking in Buenos Aires, every destination is a new challenge and a new opportunity. Listen to hear about the major lessons I learned from my first five nomadic bases. For detailed show notes please visit http://becomenomad.com/insights-first-long-term-travel-destinations/
In this episode, we will discuss the painful topic of how to save your money and ego (if you travel with one) and avoid getting overcharged while traveling. We will go over some basic steps and the necessary mindset to greatly decrease chances of getting overcharged and also discuss the main reasons of why tourists are prone to receiving a higher quote on their transactions.
For detailed show notes please visit http://becomenomad.com/avoid-getting-overcharged-tourist/
This week, we will continue with our review of the most import resources and apps relevant for those living the nomadic lifestyle. Among other topics, we will cover resources which allow you to meet other people while traveling, Transportation and Forums, Health resources and much more. For the complete list and links to the resources mentioned please visit http://becomenomad.com/digital-nomad-travel-resources/
This week we will go over a big list of resources and apps relevant for those living the nomadic lifestyle. Technology has made the nomadic lifestyle more efficient and practical, and I will discuss a list of apps and resources I have been using since 2010 related to different aspects of the nomadic life. I've sorted my resources into categories like Orientation (Hint: Google Maps isn't the only one!), Money (paying and being paid, too), Accommodation and more. For the complete list and links to the resources mentioned please visit http://becomenomad.com/digital-nomad-travel-resources/ We're always open to new suggestions too!