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Learn everything about the Digital Nomad Lifestyle. What it means to live a nomadic life, how to find online jobs, work while traveling, and all the tips and tricks for a nomad life


If you are pondering on becoming a digital nomad and you are not sure where to start, you have landed on the right page.

Here you will find all the resources that you will need to pursue a nomadic life. Save this page as I will keep updating it with more and more information and if you don’t find what you are looking for, please get in touch and I will get back to you as soon as possible.


A nomadic lifestyle is a life on the road in constant movement. To live like a nomad means that you don’t have a fixed home, your home is the road and the entire world.

It all sounds cool, bohemian, and sort of romantic, but if you want to live as a nomad there are a few things about the nomad life that you should know:.

  • you need to learn how to stay organized, if you have a business or a remote job
  • you will miss shopping
  • you may feel lonely, sometimes, but there are ways not to, and I will tell you how. In extreme situations, there is always Tinder 😉
  • having a balanced healthy life can be a struggle
  • no, the digital nomads don’t usually work from the beach. 🙂
  • you will miss a sense of belonging, but sometimes it’s a good thing.
  • it’s not always rainbows and unicorns

So if all the above is stronger than your love for freedom and travel, the sense of having the world at your feet, the excitement of meeting new people at every move, discovering new cultures, tasting new food, opening up to the unknown, then you might want to reconsider becoming a digital nomad!

Nothing wrong. The good part is that living a nomad life should be a choice, never an imposition.

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There are different ways to live a nomad life. You can decide to move fast, and change place every day or week or you can take it slow, like I do, and spend months in a place before moving on to the next one. There is not a specific rule, obviously.

One of the perks of the nomadic life is that you are free to pick any place and make it your temporary home. That’s what I love the most about this life.

Now, some people decide to have this experience when they are young, maybe after collage and before finding a regular job, and if they love the nomad life, they decide to find a way to work while the travel.

Other people, like me, decide to switch to this life when they are older, just because it has never occurred to us before that it was possible.

To each one its own. There is no limit determined by age, gender, nationality, or education. You can create the life that you want, just by make a goal and work towards it, as simple as that.

You can be a nomad, and find a temporary job or an exchange program to sustain your living but I find it a little more difficult because you have to deal with immigration laws and work permits of the country you are living in.

Or you can be a “digital nomad” meaning that you work on line and you only need your laptop and not to worry about work permits or anything else.

I will talk about both situations, as I was a nomad taking local jobs in my past and worked in Jamaica, Antigua, Seychelles, Egypt, Greece, and Mexico as a tour rep and that’s what helped me being a nomad a the time when the digital world was still a mystery. Yes, I am that old.

At the time I was dreaming about a nomadic life in freedom and now I am living it and I would like to help you find your own path to freedom!

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You can start by reading my post on how to become a digital nomad where I lay out the basics of the nomadic lifestyle so that you know what to expect. I have also published a series of interviews with successful digital nomads girls who share their amazing journey and I will also list all the possible jobs that can be done as a digital nomad, related courses, tools, and life on the road in general.

Remember, Digital Nomad is not a job in itself, it’s a lifestyle, and there are many jobs that allow you to have it too. So if you are want to know whether you are ready to become a digital nomad, this page will help you figure it out.

You can create the life that you want, just by make a goal and set up a plan, and work your *** off! As simple as that.

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This page is a work in progress and here below you will find the topics that will follow.

  • How to find online jobs
  • How to find jobs that make you travel the world.
  • How to find affordable accommodation while traveling as a nomad
  • How I coped with COVID-19 situation as a digital nomad
  • How to get the right mindset to achieve the life that you want
  • How to find housesitting assignments and travel the world without paying for accommodation.
  • The best online courses to learn the skills you need

Do you have any questions? please ask away either in the comments below or by email


Be patient while I am creating a massive guide on the main jobs digital nomads do to afford their life on the road and you can do that too. You will learn how many possibilities you have to find the job of your dream and the one that best suits with your skills and know how.

But also you will find inspiration to reinvent yourself and maybe discover that creative part of yours that has been denied for so long or any other way of making money that you have never thought of. I can’t wait to publish it. Stay tuned because it’s going to be a massive guide and requires some time to finish. 🙂

In the meantime check out the Digital Nomads’ Interviews I am doing to help you understand what each job is about.



(coming soon)

Self Development books

Online courses to improve your skills

Best App to stay organized

Where to find the perfect accommodations for digital nomads

Where to find online jobs

How to become a house-sitter


How to stay sane while working from home


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