What’s it really like to be a digital nomad? My new interview series will give you some insights.
Being a digital nomad, living and working from anywhere, is many people’s dream. How can you create this kind of lifestyle for yourself?
Finding local events when you travel is easier than ever. Even if you’ve just arrived at a new place, you don’t know anyone and don’t speak the local language, you can join local meetups and find events that match your interests.
Warsaw has plenty of work-friendly spaces and there’s free wifi just about everywhere. Here are some cool places I found that are great fro digital nomads to work from.
Brussels has some great places for digital nomads to work from.
Tel Aviv has a large selection of paid coworking spaces, but it also has some free ones. Continue reading “Free Coworking Spaces in Tel Aviv”
We are quite fortunate to live in a time that allows us to work from anywhere. A digital nomad lifestyle is more accessible than ever right now and coworking spaces make it even easier.
During a week’s visit to Málaga, I needed to get some work done, and while my airbnb flat had a decent WiFi connection, I didn’t want to stay there for hours when I could be in the city. I found some cool laptop-friendly cafes in Málaga to work from with free WiFi, power plugs and a nice atmosphere. Continue reading “Laptop Friendly Cafes in Malaga, Spain”
Living and working as a digital nomad can be a challenge when it comes to time management, but there are many tips and tricks you can learn to help you with that. Continue reading “Productivity Tips for Digital Nomads: How to Plan Your Day”