Bustling Budapest is quickly growing in popularity as a Digital Nomad place to be due its vibrant culture and it’s low prices. Local Nika explains where to go, and what not to miss in this city!
New York City, the Big Apple, is a melting pot for cultures – the best place to meet people from around the world, working in a variety of professions: you’ll meet actors, dancers, designers, doctors and bankers! There are enough restaurants, cafes and bars to keep you going for years! If you’d like to spend your nomad journey in New York City, then read on to find out more about the city and its best tips for digital nomads!
Bulgaria is one of the underrated Balkan countries but it is getting more and more popular among outsourcing companies and digital nomads. Fast internet is only one of the reasons why!
Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, is known for it’s bubbly atmosphere, pictoresque sights, and always something going on. If you’d like to spend your digital nomad journey in Amsterdam amongst the relaxed Dutch, then read on to find out more about the city and its best tips for digital nomads!
Ok, so I normally don’t get SO excited about give-aways that I have to use three exclamation points. I also don’t normally share anyone’s give away, because to be honest… they are usually kind of lame. But when Teachable (a platform with online courses) approached me, I instantly said yes. They are giving away the ultimate prize for digital nomads:
If there is one question I get asked ALL. THE. TIME* it’s this one: how can I find freelance clients? After all: there’s about a million ways to go about it. But isn’t that exactly the beauty of it, that there are many ways to go about it? So first off: Stop stressing. If one way doesn’t work, you can try another one, and find a path that resonates with you. If you ask fifty freelancers how they got their first freelance client, I guarantee you that they will all tell you a different story. I know in the 4,5 years I’ve been freelancing I’ve tried MANY ways of finding clients, some of them successful, others less. I’ve collected 8 proven ways to find freelance clients for you in the article below, and I’ve tried all of them!
*Seriously though, if I charged a dollar for every time I was asked this question, I didn’t NEED to freelance anymore! ;-)
Morocco was a dream destination to visit, when I hopped over on a whirlwind-trip two years ago. As excited as I was to visit, a major question also…
So you want to travel the world and make money while you’re at it? Great! You’ll join an awesome tribe of bad ass inspiring ladies trotting the globe with their laptop in hand, who choose a beach view over a cubicle any day. But as any entrepreneur will know: while the most rewarding and satisfying, it’s not the easiest path. Hence I brought in X ladies who are kicking ass on their digital nomad path to share with you their advice for aspiring nomads. What do they wish they would’ve known when starting out?
What is your best advice for someone aspiring Digital Nomads?
So you’re a (travel) blogger, and you’re planning a fancy schmanzy holiday, but it would be pretty nice if you could cut the cost a little by setting up a sweet little arrangement with a local hotel. Right? Maybe a complimentary stay in exchange for a blogpost? Ofcourse it would be. I’ve done it MANY times and have had good success with it. I constantly hear other bloggers failing to score free hotel stays, though, and to be fair I’m not surprised. It’s not hard, but there IS an art to it. So today I lift the veil and share the secret with you! This strategy doesn’t only work for hotels, but for ANY collaboration you’d like to do as a blogger.
This is a very comprehensive 1700-word post (I had a LOT to say on this topic), so get ready!
Just a quick message this sunday to let you know I started my English travel Youtube channel! I used to make the occasional vlog in Dutch during my…