Travel blog for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers
Living without an office can be freeing, but also feel strange as you bounce around different places to work. Learn to create the perfect workspace for you!
Cryptocurrency was supposed to be a unifying currency, which helps take banks out of the equation as we travel the world. Has that been the
The modern 40-hour workweek seems to have existed forever even though it has existed since 1940. Every day employees get into the office for 9
Don’t let the winter blues win this year and plan a trip to Cuba. Visit the best beaches of 430 in Cuba. Read about the most popular and beautiful ones here!
If Mark Zuckerberg being questioned by congress proved anything, it’s that old politicians know nothing about the internet. However, in 2016, most of the attendees
If you didn’t see the iPhone 4’s new hotspot feature as a game changer in 2011, you didn’t have to work remotely. It’s that simple.
Few states can boast the wealth or opulence that California can, and nowhere is this more apparent than in its incredible market for high-end real
What’s the digital nomadic lifestyle without the lifesaving apps to stay on top of everything? Find out which apps are the best for every digital nomad to use.
When you buy gold, you need somewhere to store it. It’s never been easier to invest in precious metals, but before you start, you need
Do you just work in your pajamas all day? Don’t you miss being around people? These are just a few of the questions that you
You need to get your phone ready for your trip abroad. It’s not enough to charge it to full-battery and shove it in your carry-on
There are two ways that you can make money. One is by working for yourself or for someone else, and one is to have your
The world is your oyster cliché rings truer now in the digital age. Live, work, and adventure virtually anywhere you please, even the most obscure destinations.
These days, you’re more and more likely to see a young couple head out to a destination than stay put for large traditional ceremony. There
With the advancements of technology, it’s becoming less necessary for companies to hire workers who commute to a physical location. One example is Uber—they’ve become
The Muskoka District may be the unofficial popup satellite office capital of Canada over the summer months. Thousands of professionals, remote workers, and digital nomads
You’ve heard it before: communication is key. The ability to do daily or weekly check-ins as well as discuss problems as they arise is a
Can not being in the office every day hurt your career? Does working remotely lessen your perceived importance? The answer to both of those questions