By Frederik Haentjens
Digit nomads are everywhere! They are living a full-time life of traveling and working from any place in the world. All they need is a laptop, a room with a view, a good Wi-Fi connection, and a desire. More and more people of all ages are taking their skills to the next level and working the online freelancing life.
Follow Will Hatton. He is a digital nomad who loves adventure and knows that seeing the world is the best teacher. He wants to help those who want to work and travel and how to own their own business, by living and traveling the world.
Will learned to get money when he was traveling at eighteen, and now he is location independent and works completely online. Will makes five figures a month through his blog, The Broke Backpacker. Follow his blogs and become a digit nomad, too.
KaylChip is a blog created by Kaylee. In her blog, she gives advice on traveling, boosting creativity, social media, and take awesome photos that are great inspirations for travel. Kaylee’s goal is to help the digital nomad take charge of their lives, develop a small business, and make it work for them. Kaylee travels by helping businesses grow through Pinterest. She also does social media consulting to help digit nomads improve their success.
Nomadic Matt is a popular and interesting travel blog. Matt is a New York Times best-selling author of How to Travel the World on $50 a Day. Matt gives tips and advice on using a budget to have a wonderful time traveling. He quit his cubicle job and began traveling full time in 2006. He has a website and content that have been featured in every major media site from Lonely Planet to Huffington Post. Matt has had years of experience, and he wants to help you travel better for less. What else do you need as a digital nomad?
The Blond Abroad is a to-go blog for all things that will help you as a female digital nomad travel and work. It has been named one of the top travel blogs in the world by Forbes Magazine. Kiersten quite her corporate job six years ago and has been traveling the world having one adventure after another. She has a business, social media platform, and blog fund to pay for her travels. If you want to be a digital nomad, The Blond Abroad will be a great inspiration.
So many blogs are online to inspire you to be a digital nomad.
Legal Nomads was created by Jodi Ettenberg, a former lawyer who decided to travel for a year and never when back to her job. Her blog focuses on gluten-free food around the world, plus she also passes on human experiences in her blog. Legal Nomads has also been featured in every publication available, and Jodi has won awards for her writing and photography.
Want more ways to dream? Read Legal Nomads and become empowered to become a digital nomad.
There are also blogs called Explorista, I m Aileen, and a blog called Never Ending Voyage. Surf the Net to find the blog that will leave you inspired and ready to be a digital nomad.
About the Author:
This article was written by Frederik Haentjens, founder of theHRnomad.com, and the author of “The HR Nomad: A remote working guidebook for HR professionals”.
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