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When I first heard about the expression “digital nomad” ten years ago, I was still working in an agency in Germany. I worked lots of hours in the office, banned to my desk, spending over and over in loooong meetings in concrete walls.
And sometimes I just looked outside the window, the birds where singing, people laughing… and I thought: What the hell am I doing here? Did you have had the same thoughts? Wondering if there is even for you a chance to get out of this 9-5 jobs, selling your soul and energy to someone else business just to receive the money to keep your life smooth and running?
If you need a holiday to recover from your daily life, you have to change something. Start to make your daily life a holiday.
A lot of people ask me how to start? If you start googling digital nomad lifestyle and how to start, you get a lot of information. But what is right for you? It can get very overwhelming and time-consuming.
I would be so grateful if there would have been someone, who took me by the hand and help me to setup. I would be probably faster at the point, where I am today. Just by simply learning from successful digital nomads, who are already there.
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Last summer in 2018, I’ve created together with ARTE a German documentary about the nomad lifestyle in Bali.
I speak about how to become a digital nomad, the challenges and the advantages of this lifestyle, how I usually work on the road and how to earn money. I tell about, where to register as a permanent traveller, how and where to have your insurances and where to invest in your future as a digital nomad – and many more.
A few months later the international channel DW published this documentary in English.
If you want to live this lifestyle, too or at least looking for a way to earn passive income to be financially free, drop me an email with the code “FREEME” and I will send you further information.
I’ve been in Barcelona in July and met Sean from Nomadlifestyle.com.
He interviewed me for his blog about my nomad lifestyle.
We had a warm and inspiring conversation and I gave also lots of tips and tricks, how you can live a similar lifestyle and become a nomad.
We were talking about how to become a nomad, how to balance your life and many deep going insights about a nomadic life and general lifestyle tips and ideas.
Check out video on nomadlifestyle.com or here:
I get often the questions, how to become a nomad? How can you afford that lifestyle? How can you earn money? With what kind of job can you live a nomad lifestyle? Where to find those jobs?
So I thought, it could be helpful to have a list with different info all around nomad lifestyle, tips, locations, jobs and so on.
- Evernote – notes, writing, creating lists, share it on your other devices
- Wunderlist – Tasklist, easy and simple, but well connected to all your devices and you can share and delegate tasks.
- Facebook groups:
- Airbnb – Rent a room or apartment
- Booking.com – Hotels, Hostels, Guesthouses, and apartments.
- Couchsurfing – stay for free with locals
- Trusted Housesitters – house and pet sitting for free
- Workaway – volunteer for free accommodation
- Nomad House – rent a room in a nomad house
- Upwork – Freelancer Jobs
- Freelancer.com – Freelancer Jobs
- Writer Access – for Writing Jobs
- Guru – Freelancer Platform
- iWriter – Writing Jobs
- Fiverr – Freelancer Tasks
I try to update this list regularly and continue adding more links to it.