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If you’re like most folks in the world today, you’ve been working for years to make ends meet—faithfully going to work and going through the motions to support yourself, maybe your family, and probably to pay-off debts. Some days you probably wonder, “Whatever happened to my dreams? Am I ever going to get to see the places I’ve read about and longed to visit?” We know how that feels. It’s what motivated us to create the NuNomad course just for you. You can change your life, work the hours that YOU want. Create meaningful products and services that millions of people want. These aren’t just dreams; we’ve seen this in action countless times. You can do it too! You can become Location Independent like thousands of digital nomads. This content gives you the knowledge and expertise to take the leap and travel the world. Up until recently, the words “work” and “travel” were about as complementary as “timecard” and “boarding pass”. Traditionally, you went to work and if you did it long enough and well enough— that is, to bank some savings and vacation time—you might get lucky and earn the means to travel. After a brief holiday, with your savings usually greatly depleted, you went back to the same old grind. Luckily, times have changed. The NuNomad is a “how-to” manual for those who are serious about breaking out of the rat race and into the world. This resource includes information on all vital aspects of designing a location-independent lifestyle. Contained in the course is, A guide – for individuals who want to maintain an income while they travel the world without having to be an Internet expert or experienced traveller. A resource – which explains how successful Nu Nomads manage their businesses from the road and their motivations for doing so. A source of encouragement – for people who feel they will die a slow death if they don’t break out of their cubicle—their rut—and see what the world has to offer. A source of validation – for people who measure personal wealth in terms of their experiences and not in terms of bank accounts or material items; for those who seek to redesign their lifestyle. A set of signposts – for people who are looking for tips and advice from a like-minded community that will help them make their dream adventure come true. An In-depth analysis of current trends in revenue streams, approaches to your working week, where to travel. The latest legal and tax advice. Knowing how to organise your accounts, tax payments and more. Different sections include, information on how to design a life that reflects your innermost values. (Is a location-independent life right for you?). How to create a strategy that moves you from point A (your current life) to point B (the world!). How to manage your personal obligations, from business to home commitments. How to maintain your income on the road, including raising and saving money and creating a mobile business. How to make your profession mobile. It also contains examples of Digital Nomad compatible professions, occupations and businesses, travel gear, documents and immunisations you’ll need, equipment requirements for the mobile office, how to protect your health, valuables and children in foreign lands, and, advice and tips on free services and technologies that help make your office mobile.

 Listings /  United Kingdom

Natalie Sisson is a New Zealand entrepreneur and adventurer who currently lives on her dream lifestyle property in her home country, and the rest of the time out of her suitcase, traveling the world and running her business and going on adventures. She’s a bestselling author of The Suitcase Entrepreneur, and a sought-after speaker, having spoken at TEDx Royal Tunbridge Wells, Problogger, FinCon, Social Media Marketing World, SociaLight, and more, and the Huffington Post named her one of 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs in 2017. She has a dedicated community of Freedomists who have been following and engaging in her work since 2009 through the Suitcase Entrepreneur established in 2009, and more recently through her Quest for Freedom podcast and vlog at nataliesisson.com. After eight years in the corporate world, Natalie Sisson left her high-paying job that was sucking the life out of her creativity and ability to put a dent in the world, and flew off to another country to play World Championship Ultimate Frisbee and start her first business. After cutting her teeth in the entrepreneurial world as a cofounder of a technology start-up, she went on to take her blog, The Suitcase Entrepreneur, and turn it into the thriving multiple six-figure lifestyle business she can run from just a laptop and her smartphone. Driven by her desire to obtain what most value so highly but few achieve—ultimate freedom—she spent the first two years hustling like crazy, making the same mistakes most new business owners do, and learning a lot of hard lessons before she developed the blueprint to building a thriving online business and her dream global lifestyle. Now, Natalie teaches thousands of entrepreneurs around through her online programs, workshops and retreats. She is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs uncover the life-changing habits, tools, routines and mindset to experience more everyday personal and professional freedom, so they can truly live the life they desire, while running a profitable business they love. Natalie is a contributor to Forbes and the Huffington Post and has been featured in many other publications and media outlets including 60 Minutes, Yahoo Finance, The Guardian, the Daily Mail, The Sydney Morning Herald, American Express Open Forum, Mashable, Visa Business Network, Social Media Today, and PayPal. Originally from New Zealand, Natalie has traveled to seventy countries to date and lived on five continents, won a gold medal in World Championship Beach Ultimate Frisbee and smashed a World Record in Dragonboating with the Sisterhood. Natalie has grown The Suitcase Entrepreneur into a thriving online community of thousands of men and women and lots of happy readers and customers. What she really live for is helping people create a business that lets them truly live their ideal lifestyle and chase all the adventure and freedom they could ever want.

 Listings /  Oceania/Antarctic

Mobopreneur.com is a blog offering business ideas, tips and trends for entrepreneurs and small business owners who love the freedom of working from anywhere, anytime they want. Mobopreneur.com is established to answer the demand for information related to mobo (mobile bohemian) or digital nomad lifestyle – including how entrepreneurs and small business owners can implement the tips and ideas found here to transform their businesses into an agile one, enabling them to be managed remotely, as well as benefiting from the widely available mobile and cloud technologies. Our mission is to provide useful information for the general public, especially entrepreneurs and small business owners, regarding the possibilities offered by mobile working, including but not restricted to enhanced productivity, increased revenue and better work-life balance. Mobile lifestyle is for today’s entrepreneurs. With the emerging trends above, we want to help budding entrepreneurs who are interested in the mobo lifestyle. The increased productivity, better work-life balance, and direct access to geoarbitrage… there is no better time to go mobile than today.

 Listings /  North America

Fresh Powder is the seasonaire's guide to skiing in the French Alps. A collection of all the essential information needed to organise a ski season, from accommodation and transport to local guides. Everything you need to book your next ski season in France. Follow our step-by-step guide to book your ski season! Renting for the season? Find your perfect chalet. Keep transportation simple with all of the routes planned for you. Don’t miss ski pass discounts and extra insurance for the slopes. Head over to our pre-season section where we’ve collected everything to help you prepare. From packing lists to pre-ski exercises, we’ve got your back! Check out our on season section dedicated to making a seasonaires life even easier. Filled our favourite simple healthy recipes, skiing tips and more. We’re just getting started at Fresh Powder, and are continuously updating the website with more information.

 Listings /  United Kingdom

The Modern Day Nomads is a job search engine for nomads. It is a destination for fellow travelers that are multi-skilled, tech-savvy, creative professionals who prefer a “locationless living” lifestyle or want to utilize their wide array of talents to travel the world. We bring you a daily offering of top, meaningful use-your-creative-skills-to-travel opportunities (many with housing) in the industries of property caretaking, media/design, photography/video, high-tech, adventure/recreation, education, culinary/F&B/hospitality, transportation, green/ecological, farm/food artisan and humanitarian work, as well as arts & literary residencies, work-exchange, study programs, travel information + inspiration for globetrekking North American creative professionals in the U.S. + abroad. Modern-Day Nomads first began in 2006, when Tiffany Owens traded a former, lengthy media career to become a successful, roving property caretaking team with her former husband, David – and hasn’t looked back since. MDN’s various caretaking jobs and travels took them cross-country, from midcoast Maine to San Juan Island, Washington, and places between. Owens’ musings on the nomadic lifestyle: “Initially, I chose journalism as a means of exposure to new places, people and experiences. But more and more, I found myself earning the typical dot-com living by sitting at a desk and staring at a computer screen for long hours. I’ve never been much of an armchair traveler; to me, life is much more exciting ‘out in the fringes of the world,’ experiencing everything first-hand. Our multi-faceted, respective skill sets made us a great team and this has been a perfect fit for all of the things we want to do: see the world, meet interesting people, learn new skills, earn a decent wage, and seek inspiration for new creative endeavors – kind of ‘Room of One’s Own’ with a modern, globetrotting twist.” Owens is currently living as a Modern-Day Nomad in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In 2012, she redesigned what had formerly been the team’s professional caretaking website in its current incarnation as a community resource for other like-minded North American nomads to find their next creative travel opportunity.

 Listings /  WorldWide

Travelling the world since 2014. Living proof work-life balance & success are not mutually exclusive. Jason Lengstorf is a software architect, keynote speaker, occasional designer and a self-proclaimed, mediocre bartender! Jason Lengstorf aims to help others who want to go location-independent, too. Jason Lengstorf is a principal developer experience engineer at Netlify and the host of ‘Learn With Jason’, a live-streamed video show where he pairs with people in the community to learn something new in 90 minutes. He’s passionate about building healthy, efficient teams and systems, and he’s done his best to positively influence the community, leadership, and technical health of open source and companies including Gatsby and IBM. He lives in Portland, Oregon. What he does for a living is to collect and share knowledge as a keynote speaker, principal developer experience engineer at Netlify, and through his blog. He finds brilliant people and learns from them in public, on his love show, ‘Learn With Jason’. He creates better teams by focusing on effective working habits, including world-shattering techniques as “actually taking time off”. He makes the people around him more effective, by identifying the ‘dirt floors’, then helping design ways to remove them. Not everyone had access to a great network like that. Not everyone has someone to help push them forward when they might otherwise settle in and think, “Well, this is probably the best I can do.” Jason aims to create a space where he does his best to push you to be the best possible version of yourself, and create a channel where you can push him to do the same, starting with a blog and a newsletter you can subscribe to. If this sounds like the sort of thing you wish you had — or if it’s something you do have, and you’d like to help other people experience it — join the newsletter. Connect with people who strive to be better; who push themselves and the people around them; who don’t feel threatened when someone is succeeding — instead, they feel energized to go do more awesome things. He started his site to find more of the above type of people. Hopefully you’re one of them. Jason focuses on giving presentations around Work-life Balance and Efficiency, raising awareness about the health and career risks of overworking, teaching high-efficiency habits, encouraging downtime. Building Effective Teams: process design, designing healthy culture, onboarding, internal training. Modern Front-End Development: progressive web apps, high-performance patterns, React + GraphQL, architecture, testing, functional programming, and many more topics. For a full list of his ideas – old and new, have a look at his presentation list. If it is a past presentation, the slides are up there, too. You can be a success without the sacrifice. Stop burnout before it starts. Reclaim hours of every day. Get more done in less time. Spend more time on the things that matter most!

 Listings /  North America

Freemadic the power and freedom to act, speak, think, work and travel as one wants without hindrance or restraint. The ability to grow, move & thrive. Our mission is to inspire and support self-employed professionals to live, work and play in their favourite destinations while building thriving online businesses. Anybody that is brave enough to think different, dream big and take action. Anybody eager enough to embrace change, face their fears and step out of their comfort zone. Those interested in building an online and location independent business to grow and run from anywhere. We’ve created this site to help you understand what is possible and what it takes to live a location independent lifestyle. This site also lets us share with you our thoughts, experiences, best practices, strategies and recommended resources – the services, tools and products we use to do business online and live a nomadic lifestyle. We believe that online business (like all business) should be honest and transparent. We therefore would like you to know that our site does contain affiliate links, which means that if and when you buy a product or service using one of our links, we receive a small commission at no expense to you. All affiliate links are for products, services and events that we personally use (or have used) and recommend. Earning income from affiliate marketing helps us pay for the maintenance of this site and motivates us to keep working on this site to help you with your own digital nomad adventures.

 Listings /  Africa

Working nomads is a remote job board with a curated list of reliable remote positions from around the world. You can find new updated job postings every day in many different areas such development, management, marketing, design, sales and so on. Working Nomads curates lists of the most interesting remote job offers in many professional career areas. They connect professionals who want to work remotely with innovative companies offering independent positions. Working nomad, digital nomad, remote worker are all different labels for the same person, who needs only a computer, Wi-Fi and a cloud for his work (not the white ones in the sky). It is not only a new way of employment, it is a modern lifestyle full of freedom and possibilities, where you choose your own working destination on your own terms. You can choose from temporary projects or regular employment. A remote career is a very flexible kind of work and most of our listed job postings are fully remote with availability to work from anywhere in the world. At Working Nomads, you can also find job postings that are partly remote or contemporary remote. These jobs require a bit of time on-site for training, team-building etc. or a specific time zone. This mean you might meet with your team from time to time or in the beginning of your contract for training. Some companies may also require you to be in a certain country or time zone. At Working Nomads, you will find only reliable job posts. They collaborate with well-known companies and choose only the highest quality job offers. To find your dream job, apply today and feel the freedom.

 Listings /  WorldWide

My name is Jarrod, the founder of Based Bacherlor, and I’ve been living in China for the last 2 years. My passions are in ecommerce, software engineering and programming, and yes all these things do have a synergy. Based Bachelor deals in information products and services to help entrepreneurs and expats build productive lives abroad. My guides are meant to help reduce the learning curve with living in an unfamiliar place, so you can focus on your goals. Right now, my main focus is on China – but I am already seeking out partners to help build the brand. After living in China, teaching English, I realized that not only did I have a ton of free time to use as I desire. I realized that if someone was really driven to accomplish something big, like learn drop-shipping or build an online business, they could achieve it here, without the huge risk and uncertainty of having to quit their job and no income. You can live comfortably in China without having to deal with the incredible financial strain that comes with living in the West. Inspired by this discovery, I set out to share what I’ve learned. On the internet, the term has come to be synonymous with cool, but in the context of this brand, a Based Bachelor is a man that isn’t seeking outside validation for who they are in the world. They know who they are and what they want. They don’t make excuses for their failures, and they feel no shame for their position. They actively set out to improve themselves and face challenges because that’s what life is for. I feel that being able to integrate into a new country and live a healthy, happy life doing the things you love is a kind of success. But other people might say that this is a cop-out, success should include building multi-million dollar businesses or reaping a seven-figure income. I can’t tell you exactly what your path should be, but I can share what I’ve learned in my quest to take control of my financial future. Though now I am selling books, doing affiliate marketing and online sales, I don’t want that to be the limit of my entrepreneurial endeavors. I’m striving to build something greater. Why not build something great in tandem?

 Listings /  WorldWide

Nomad Projects is a platform for digital nomads who want to start a side project. Connect with other nomads, so ideas don’t stay ideas, but grow into a side project with diverse expertise. Search for nomads that complement your skillset or find side projects you would like to collaborate on. Connect and start working together to acquire new skills, boost your portfolio and build something awesome. Nomad Projects was started by nomads and for nomads. We understand how you think, work and travel. Some days you work 18 hours, other days not at all. Sometimes you sleep in a hostel with crappy Wi-Fi, other days you stay in an Airbnb apartment. Nomad life is versatile. Nomad Projects was build because we found it very difficult to find the right people to start a side project with. We had a great idea, a lot of knowledge on different spectrums, yet we needed the missing link to actually start: in our case a back-end developer. The person we were looking for would not only have to complement our skillset, but this person would also have to fit our lifestyle and be open to a side project. Thus, Nomad Projects was born. We believe that life isn’t all about work and that you should enjoy what you are doing. This means that starting a side project is all about building something awesome, something you’d be proud of. We hope to inspire you to bring your ideas to life in an awesome side project. As Shia Lebeouff would say it: just do it!

 Listings /  North America

Digital Nomad Wannabe was created by Sharon, an Australian married mom that was able to build an online business that enabled them to become digital nomads. Sharon’s passion is travelling, and she does it as much as possible, having visited over 90 countries. She also loves reading about travel, which is when she first started hearing the term "digital nomad". Sharon decided in 2013 to make an online income. This was reaffirmed further when she quit work in mid 2014 and left Australia indefinitely with her husband, with the idea to work full time on building up an online business and earning enough money to give them the freedom and flexibility that they craved. Actually, Sharon is focus on helping others on her website Digital Nomad Wannabe, and sharing her knowledge about her business, so anyone can have the same success with blogging as she has. She emphasizes that her income comes from travel blogging and niche sites. All the content she writes about in her website is because it has worked for her, and not just in a theoretical sense. Digital Nomad Wannabe is constantly working on its craft on old and new sites which Sharon created in her quest to build an online business. She also has a podcast, Make Money Blogging with Digital Nomad Wannabe, free tutorials and training, a Facebook group an affiliate marketing online workshop, and a blogging membership site where you can learn PROVEN strategies to increase the traffic and income from your blog.

 Listings /  Oceania/Antarctic

Live Anywhere, Learn Anywhere, Work Anywhere. How To Prepare Your Family to Live, Learn & Work from Anywhere. Location Independent. After embarking upon a digital nomad lifestyle in 2005, Lea Jovy-Ford, the founder of Location Independent blogged about her adventures, coined the phrase and grew the blog into a 25k-strong community. She has achieved many things in her almost 2 decades of working 100% online. The site has been featured on the BBC, in the Guardian and other worldwide media. In 2005, her website started as a simple blog – long before most people were blogging! – to record the journey she experienced as she left the UK, hit the road and ran her business from anywhere. Almost two decades later, she is still running an 8-figure business from anywhere and has helped thousands of people do the same. Along the way, the concept of being location independent became globally popular, helped into the mainstream by the likes of Dell who she partnered with to push the “digital nomad” concept, and which is now experienced by many more people in the form of remote work. During her time as an entrepreneur and business owner, she has qualified as a REPS Level 4 personal trainer, a CHEK-certified Holistic Lifestyle Coach, a Metabolic Typing Practitioner and an NLP Practitioner. She has created a global movement, which garnered international media interest and caught the attention of big brands such as Dell. Worked with hundreds of clients to help make the online business revolution work for them. Written, self-published and sold a number of e-books; the first back in 2007 before everyone was doing it, and created and sold numerous online courses, programs, and other digital products. Blogged on various blogs since 2005; including being a ‘professional’ blogger (i.e., being paid to blog) for a year. Built several remote-only teams to run and grow her own businesses. Organised and hosted the first (and second) ever national UK conference for illustrators, featuring industry-renowned keynote speakers and panellists at each. She has been listed in Forbes magazine’s Thirty Women Entrepreneurs to Follow, and been featured in national and international press. Since 2006, she has built and lead several remote teams for her own solo businesses, of between 5-15 people, creating cultures based on loyalty and trust before ‘remote’ was even a thing. Lea’s goal is to do business differently. She has been interviewed, featured & mentioned in global media outlets over the past few years speaking about topics around the Nomad Lifestyle, such as in the Financial Times ~ being interviewed for a feature about “Nomads of the working world”. BBC Click ~ featured in “Technology allows digital nomads to work anywhere” The Guardian, Careers, UK ~ featured in “Work’s a beach: meet the digital nomads making the world their office”. The Guardian, Travel, UK ~ featured in “The escapees travelling the world while working online”. The Guardian, Life & Style, UK ~ featured in “This column will change your life: 9-to-5 or free and easy?” She has also written for various publications, been featured in a number of books, and has spoken – virtually and in person – to audiences globally.

 Listings /  United Kingdom

Nomadtopia is about combining everything that is important to you, to create your life, on your own terms, with no regrets. Maybe you want to live in one place, but choose where that is based on your values and interests, not where you can find a job. Maybe you want to travel full-time and explore the world. Maybe you’ve always dreamed of living abroad. And when you are location independent, you’re one step closer to making any of these scenarios a reality! Starting or living life was a digital nomad is challenging. There are the logistical challenges, such as how to set up residency in another country, how health insurance works for nomads, what kind of timeline you should follow to get everything done, and what to do with your home and belongings. The hardest part, though, is that those around you simply don’t get it, and you just don’t know what you don’t know. You may wander into Facebook groups hoping to get insight and support from experienced nomads, but instead find travel enthusiasts with plenty of unhelpful opinions. Worse, there are the snarky comments and endless drama to sift through, and so many people that you quickly drown in all the digital noise. Whatever your Nomadtopia looks like, we’re here to support you in figuring out how to make it happen and provide the community and resources to make living your Nomadtopia easier, less lonely, and more sustainable. There are resources for help with everything from discovering what your ideal lifestyle looks like to learning how to successfully work from anywhere. Listen to Nomadtopia radio, and get inspired by the stories of people all over the world who are living their own version of Nomadtopia. Connect with others, on the same path and get support in the Nomadtopia Collective, our private subscription-based online community. When you download the guide, you will also be subscribed to the Nomadtopia newsletter, and you will receive information on the top 10 logistical things you need to do before becoming a nomad. (Which is not what you think it is!). The Nomadtopia Collective is a global online community for all nomads—aspiring, newbie, and experienced alike. Members can not only help with the complicated logistical questions related to nomad life, but they will also support you at every step of your journey. It makes all the difference to connect with people who understand you, your dreams, and your lifestyle. We are here to foster connection and smooth the way, no matter how you nomad! Members of the Collective are open-minded, welcoming, and supportive. We understand and respect that even though we may have different perspectives, experiences, and versions of Nomadtopia we can still support and care for each other.

 Listings /  North America

BecomeNomad was started by Eli David, in 2012, and is here to this day owing to the leadership of our editor and real boss Dan, and Vuk, a magician WordPress developer. The goal of BecomeNomad’s blog and podcast is to provide insights and resources for nomads who are already on the road, while also offering inspiration to those of you who are considering a long-term nomadic lifestyle. We would like it to be a resource to help people get unstuck, if they wish. Some of the articles will even be relevant for non-nomads as they relate to other life aspects and general travel. The nomadic lifestyle is based on the following pillars which I keep on forgetting: Nothing is mine, everything is temporal, life is right now, and it is not serious. Although it sounds exciting to live as a permanent nomad, my actual lifestyle is not what you expect. I work about 9 hours a day, and only travel during the weekends. The only special element here is that I generally don’t stay more than 3 months in the same place, and my next destination is preferably a country I have never been to before. You can read more about my nomadic structure of life here. I am trying to make sure that the blog and podcast will remain a hobby which will hopefully cover the costs, since I want to keep my travels and life pure and separated from my income. While travelling, I am focusing on building cool stuff. I am currently working on a global startup ecosystem map and research centre – StartupBlink. As for the content of BecomeNomad, I have decided to avoid highlighting my own adventures and journeys (since those will honestly put you to sleep) and focus on investigating the Nomadic Lifestyle instead.

 Listings /  WorldWide

Nomad Flag is a travel blog for culture vultures, digital nomads, lifestyle entrepreneurs, long-term travellers, and expats. There you can find information about backpack packing, how to find work on the road, travel VPNs, money transfer services, inspirational books, travel hacks, and many more useful information for travellers. I’m Keith, a traveller, entrepreneur, and techie with over 25 years of travel experience and a love of culture. I started this site several years ago as a way of helping others with the techniques and tricks I’d picked up from a lifetime of taking planes, trains and automobiles around the world. It’s a passion project. It has to be done! I’m interested in slow travel. Staying put in a place for a long time might appear boring to some people. But the benefits of learning a new culture, making friends, experiencing a place as a “local”, and enjoying being somewhere (rather than rushing to the next place), make slow travel a much more attractive option for me. I’ve been travelling for a long time, but I only recently started a travel blog. One day I’ll add everything I can to the pages of this website. I’d recommend anyone that loves travel to write about their experiences. Even if you have no intention of starting a blog or making money from travel blogging, your writing will be an account of your journeys and experiences. It’s also a great way to practice travel writing. The tips and tricks I suggest here will help you, but they should only be a small part of the travel experience. Letting yourself get lost, meet new people, and learn new things will bring you more joy than any new travel app or gadget. However, it’s good to be prepared. Knowing how to get the most out of a trip is valuable. I wouldn’t want you to throw away money either, so helping with money-saving tips is part of the plan for this site. I don’t write for the tour bus and package deal tourists because that’s not my area. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. I just don’t have any experience in that type of travel. I’m a blogger, entrepreneur and online business owner. I would love to hear from other bloggers (travel bloggers or otherwise) and online entrepreneurs. Please also get in touch if you’d like some help with your travel plans. There’s nothing a travel geek likes more than to talk about their favourite subject.

 Listings /  WorldWide

The Jobs Abroad Bulletin (JAB) is a blog style bulletin board full of job vacancies posted by employers looking for staff. They allow employers to post vacancies to them for free, so JAB can contain as many jobs as possible. They have been in existence in one form or another since 1992, going online seven years later, and sending the first issue of JAB out into the world as a monthly email bulletin in April 2000, reaching 70,000 readers and 100 issues before we changed to placing the job vacancies in their current blog format in 2010. Once part of an inter-related group of travel websites and blogs intent on encouraging people to travel for longer, in 2020 – having realized they had created so much more work for ourselves – they began migrating the content on their other five websites to Jobs Abroad Bulletin. Over the years they have helped their readers to finance their travels by working as powerboat crew in Greece, bar staff in the Czech Republic, chefs in Austria, camp counsellors in Russia, English teachers in Japan, au pairs in Dubai, holiday reps in Turkey, waiters in Cyprus, chalet girls in Switzerland, dancers in Jordan, nannies in New Zealand, tour leaders in Southeast Asia, hotel entertainers in Egypt, nurses in Bahrain, call centre staff in Ireland, researchers in Cambodia, snackbar attendants in Portugal, hot-air balloon ground crew in France, classroom assistants in Chile, eco trail leaders in Costa Rica, hostel workers in Panama, ski instructors in Italy, kitchen workers in the USA, tent erectors in Germany, training managers in Oman, and caretakers in Uganda. Many of these jobs are wonderful, rewarding experiences in themselves. Some just pay the bills. Some are paid, some are not. But what they all have in common is keeping you in Barcelona, Bali or Buenos Aires for longer. Though competition for some of the plum jobs out there can be intense, they don’t deal in highly paid, skilled positions requiring lots of qualifications and experience. They focus mostly on short and medium term jobs that almost anyone can do, or learn to do. While anyone is welcome to use their site, their core readership is British and Irish, EU nationals, Americans, Canadians Australians and New Zealanders. Work, and even tourist, visa rules mean some nationalities will find it harder to work and travel overseas than others, and they post their vacancies and information in both good faith and the certain knowledge, not everything will be applicable to everyone. They also post out of state travel type jobs for Americans to find in their own vast country. On Jobs Abroad Bulletin, you can also enjoy their blog called The Working Traveller Magazine. There, you can find a whole section of working abroad features and interviews too, covering the best types of work available to working travellers, including tourism, catering and hospitality jobs, working in a ski resort, teaching English, and location independence.

 Listings /  WorldWide

Design your life at sea on the only travelling conference for [aspiring] digital nomads, entrepreneurs, and global freedom seekers. Nomad Cruise is a business conference at sea for digital nomads, online-entrepreneurs and remote workers. They organize affordable all-inclusive-cruises with participants across the Atlantic. Join 150+ digital nomads on an all-inclusive trip across the Atlantic Ocean. Connect, learn, collaborate and make friends on a life-changing journey! The concept of working remotely has established over the last years and without a doubt: the number of people who can work location independently is growing fast. People from different fields quit their jobs or change their positions to live the nomad lifestyle. Nomad Cruise jumps in, where decisions have been made: living life on the road, independently, free. But lonely? Nope. They are networking catalysts. They put 200 people on a boat and introduce them to each other and create an environment of learning, sharing, creating, and connecting. Making you go unplugged for a week or two and dive into the incredible possibilities provided by the pool of talented, motivated, and successful people, who join in on our journeys across the Atlantic. They don’t offer trips. They offer experiences of a lifetime. Nomad Cruise believes that sharing knowledge, skills and experience is the foundation of an open-spirited community, and it couldn’t be truer of the ethos on board. They also believe that, on Nomad Cruise, every participant should get the chance to be an active part of the program and get feedback to their business and lifestyle related questions. That’s why they designed a unique environment of cooperative learning and personal and professional development. Experts are on stage to share their knowledge through talks and workshops, while the specials are there to make you an integral part of the program by shared experience. Showcase your special skills at the Nomad Cruise Talent Show, get your hips moving during the Salsa Classes, or pitch your idea at the Business Breakthrough Session to get valuable feedback from experienced mentors. What starts on a boat may never actually end. They skilfully lay down the base for friendships, collabs, and projects, which commence on the cruise but may last a lifetime. Nomad Cruise is not just a travel agency. It’s a community.

 Listings /  Asia

Remoters.net is a platform with resources, advice & useful information for remote professionals, digital nomads & remote teams. Aleyda Solís and Elisa Martínez are co-founders of Remoters. They decided to create a platform to promote the new paradigm of work that is now possible thanks to a more mature Internet: to work remotely doing what you like without restricting your professional options, independently of where you are or live as a digital nomad, travelling while working without necessarily having a fixed location and remoters.net was born! They share information and interviews, featuring the journey of digital nomads or remote professionals & teams, where they share their experiences and provide actionable tips for a successful location independent work experience. Listing the most important meet ups, camps, retreats & conferences for digital nomads or remote professionals. A free remote jobs board that allows any company to publish their remote job advert to hire fast. Experienced remote based professionals looking for their next remote based jobs, who have answered an interview describing what they’re looking for. A list with 50+ co-livings from all over the world, where digital nomads can stay, work and network. A list of useful communication & productivity tools that will allow you to effectively work remotely, and on their blog, news, trends & guides about remote work & digital nomads. Remoters.net goals are making reality the dream of many professionals who would like to become digital nomads or start working remotely from a place of their preference based on their interests: the beach, the mountain, another city or while travelling to many destinations. To become a source of resources and support that facilitate the day-to-day of digital nomads, professionals or teams that are already working remotely, with a cost-effective operation, not only from an individual perspective, from also from entire organizations that work remotely.

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The DNX - Digital Nomad Festival connects & supports digital nomads and online entrepreneurs through events and online platforms. Our vision is that more and more people live their life free and self-determined, connect with like-minded people, share their knowledge and grow their businesses. We strongly believe that meeting other cultures makes us personally richer and the world a better place. Everybody can find his or her passion, live their dreams and work self-determined. DNX is part of the freedom revolution, in that people take ownership of their jobs, time and life. People quit their conventional jobs to reclaim the freedom to design their own lives. The DNX is the #1 event for Digital Nomads and happened all around the world at places like Bangkok, Berlin and Lisbon, Portugal. The first Spanish speaking DNX Festival happened in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2018 the Spanish speaking DNX Festival will moved to Barcelona. The annual German speaking DNX Festival takes place in Berlin. Yara and Sonic organize DNX Coliving and Coworking CAMP at the most beautiful spots in the world: Jericoacoara (Brazil), Tarifa (Spain), Lisbon (Portugal), on Koh Lanta (Thailand), on Lemnos (Greece), Dahab (Egypt), Costa Rica, Santa Cruz (USA), Taghazout (Morocco) and many more spots... Yara and Sonic started a global movement with the DNX events, that crushes outdated conventions and is no longer to stop. The DNX Community is one of the biggest community for Digital Nomads worldwide!

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The Digital Nomad life has been sold as a “perfect” lifestyle that will make you happy AND rich – basically overnight. In reality, it’s just a new way of living powered by the internet. And in order to make it truly meaningful, we have to look beyond the shiny Instagram version. Digital Nomad Girls invites you to reimagine what it means to be location independent and run a business. They believe the nomad lifestyle is about more than collecting passport stamps or generating “passive” income. They believe that it could be part of a bigger movement towards a more sustainable, ethical, feminist and communal world. One that values collaboration, mindfulness and rest, over individualism, greed and hustle culture. And they believe that a network of globally-minded, adventurous & curious women will build this world. By sharing knowledge and skills with each other and building businesses that are a force for good. Jenny, is a scientist turned digital nomad, entrepreneur and founder of DNG. Originally from Munich, she has been living and travelling abroad for the past 13 years. After finishing a PhD in chemistry in 2013, she planned to backpack for one year, but stumbled headfirst into the digital nomad world. Having worked in a super competitive, high-pressure academic environment for many years, Jenny was excited to find a lifestyle that seemed much more balanced & human-friendly. Within a few short months of working online, she learned one of the biggest nomad lessons: this lifestyle can be really lonely and difficult. Turns out that building a business from scratch while moving around every few months wasn’t quite as easy-breezy as many made it sound. Plus, it quickly became clear that the online business world was just as male-dominated and rife with hustle culture, toxic productivity and competition as academia. But she had no intention to swap the old rat race for a new one, so she decided to create a community that was different, and that’s how DNG was born over 6 years ago! The Lab is their virtual community for location independent women supporting each other through experimentation, collaboration & accountability! Join their Facebook Group with over 30k members from around the world. Launched in 2015, it’s the longest-running FB Group for female digital nomads. Every Friday they send out their roundup of the community – remote jobs posted by members, inspiration, member highlights & regular free events! They are a Business for Good in partnership with B1G1 (Buy1Give1), a global organisation that allows businesses to embed Giving into their everyday operations. Through B1G1, your business can support projects around the world that are working toward the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN. At DNG they support causes that are closely aligned with their values and are connected to Quality Education, Gender Equality and Climate Action. Every time a member joins the Lab, DNG awards a Malawian Female Entrepreneur a microloan. Once a month they host a book-club for members, where 20 days of free access to literacy education is given to Dalit girls. At DNG they have taken the Ethical Move pledge and are committed to transparent, responsible and honest marketing. And they are encouraging our community to do the same!

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Work From Anywhere, Any time on Any Device and Set Yourself Free! Stuck in another airport, on the way to yet another business meeting, the founder of WFA Life, Andy Willis, picked up Tim Ferris’ book, The 4-Hour Work Week. The tag line – Escape the 9-5, live anywhere and join the new rich – attracted his attention. Whilst not a revolutionary concept, the notion of being able to ‘live anywhere’ and ‘work less’ suddenly hit home. Though his conference business was successful, it dawned on him that he was trapped in it: tied to his desk when he wasn’t travelling between events, with all the knowledge, systems and procedures in his head. He knew he wanted more, to live more; it turns out he was ready to seize the day. Making the transition didn’t happen overnight, but he knew that for anything to happen at all, he just had to start. He made it his mission to work out how he could do more of the things he loved, travelling and cycling, whilst still feeling successful. The Working From Anywhere (WFA) concept began to unfold. Over a period of years, he tried and tested every communications platform, project management tool, collaboration tool, email program, and file storage device. He worked out systems and procedures and methods to allow him and his team to work effectively, from anywhere. As friends and clients began to notice his trips to France getting longer each year, curiosity was piqued. How is it that he was always travelling, enjoying life, and yet still running a great business? Little by little, he began to teach others what I’d done and how they could do it too. He distilled the process into a 5-step system which anyone could implement, regardless of business size or industry. It simply required a willingness to embrace change and the notion that life is for living now, not when you retire. He soon realised that this process, this way of living, could be his new normal, his everything. So, he wound up his conference business and WFA Life was born. Now there’s a program, a book and an experience for anyone who wants to join the revolution – to seize the day and make time for life.

 Listings /  Oceania/Antarctic

Teleport builds software to move you to the best place to live and work. Explore the best cities based on your personal preferences, and we’ll lend you a hand with preparing and executing the move. Many of the Teleport team were previously building Skype, which was quite effective in making the world smaller in a metaphorical sense. They now aim to make physically rearranging the human population, just as easy. Free movement of talent will make every government in the world compete for every citizen. Since April 2017 Teleport is a Topia company. Topia is the leader in Global Talent Mobility. They empower enterprise HR teams to deploy, manage, and engage employees anywhere in the world so companies and their employees can work everywhere. The Topia platform enables organizations to deliver mobility as part of a broader talent strategy encompassing all types of employee movement – remote and distributed workforces, business travel, and more traditional relocations and assignments. This drives enhanced employee experience and competitive advantage by ensuring the right people are in the right place at the right time, while staying compliant no matter where they are. The Topia platform automates the entire global talent mobility process, including scenario-based planning, expat payroll, tax and immigration compliance, reporting and more. Topia powers global talent mobility programs for world-renowned brands such as Schneider Electric, Dell, Veolia, Equinor and AXA. Topia has raised over $115M from NewView Capital (formerly New Enterprise Associates), Notion Capital and others, and is a global company with offices throughout the Americas and EMEA. Team Teleport is currently distributed across 5 countries, and they also travel around quite a bit. While moving themselves and their families around the globe they became all too familiar with the hassles this lifestyle brings, they still strongly believe that quality of knowledge work is not a function of one’s physical location. Their full-time staff's homes are already distributed across 4 countries on 2 continents, also, they tend to fly around quite a bit. Teleport is a truly distributed team - they have full time employees in Tallinn, Munich, Paris and Cambridge, more help from Tartu and a roaming co-founder who was most recently spotted in Canada. Having the entire team in the same room is a rare luxury for us - letting our people live where they want is part of our DNA, and we have to turn to some awesome remote teamwork tools to make sure our communications don't break down because of async channels and differences in time zones. The main conditions they choose their tools by are based on easy accessibility for everyone - all team members should be able to access, edit and have a say on most of what they do. They opt for transparency first - there has to be a clear reason why anything is not made public by default. Information storage and location – they believe the more details they can add, the better - this makes the chance of misunderstanding each other a lot less. Important information must be easy to find and backtrack at any time. They’ve put together a list of remote job sites as well as sites with a remote filter to tell you what they’re for, how well they work and also added a comparison table in the end to give you a quick overview. Teleport knows that quality of work doesn’t necessarily depend on your physical location. We are committed to creating a culture and environment that allows our people to do great work from wherever in the world they wish to be. Teleport Cities Mobile App is now also available on the web if you want to try it immediately. It allows you to find out which of the top 100 start-up cities you should be in and how you can get there. In mere minutes, you can discover and budget your next move. Until recently, remote jobs were relatively hard to find, but now the issue seems to be the opposite - there are heaps of new sites publishing remote jobs, and figuring out which site suits your needs best can be challenging. To make the comparison easier, they have made a table highlighting the main features for each site. The "volume of ads" in case of sites that have a remote jobs filter shows the volume of remote job ads, not all of them. You can read details about every site under the table.

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Project Getaway by Livit is a curated experience for entrepreneurs and teams who know great success, big adventures and community can go hand-in-hand. Project Getaway is not just an event, but a complete experience. Over the last 10 years, 156 entrepreneurs from 23 countries have joined us in Bali, Thailand and Mauritius. Project Getaway is carefully curated by Livit—we make sure we bring together entrepreneurs who can inspire and support each other in taking their lives and businesses to the next level. At Livit, we empower and enable entrepreneurs and startups teams to change the world. They have had 11 getaways for entrepreneurs and 10+ team getaways in Bali, Thailand and Mauritius. They have 156 entrepeneurs handpicked groups from 11 to 22 people. Project Getaway is in 23 Countries: USA, Denmark, UK, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Austria, Australia, Canada, India, Morocco, Brazil, China, Singapore, Mauritius, Colombia, Jordan, Tunisia, Philippines and more.

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Running Remote 2022 is the world’s largest conference dedicated to meeting the critical business challenges of remote and hybrid workplace transformation. Now in its 5th year, we offer remote-first founders and hybrid-team leaders access to the knowledge, connections and solutions to help build, manage and lead remote teams to excellence. The new hybrid format event for 2022 – across desktop, mobile and in-person – live and on-demand, will give up to 500+ in-person and 500+ online attendees the opportunity to network with, and learn from, your company and other industry leaders. Running Remote is carefully curated to teach you next-level, actionable strategies and tactics you can utilize the very next day to manage and grow your remote team. This is the conference they’ve been trying to find, but until now it didn’t exist. Running Remote cover every facet of building a remote team to help develop the future of work. Leading remote work tech companies, online collaboration thought leaders and outsourcing business owners under one roof. There are three types of people that join Running Remote: a. Remote-first Founders and C-level executives. They are people who actively run remote operations for their established companies of min 5+ employees. Founders who are scaling and building their business and need help with remote management. Whether you’ve been remote-first from the start or just transitioning now, it’s a place for you. b. People Ops Executives for remote-first companies. They are Executives who “design work” to enable employees to bring their best to the job every day, they are proactively involved in shaping strategic decisions around work by understanding high-level business objectives and crucial aims for remote-first companies. c. Heads of Remote. They are executives who are focused on making remote work as easy and rewarding as possible for the company’s employees. People who serve as a cross-functional internal consultant to evolve key pillars e.g. L&D, knowledge management, and onboarding so that each function becomes more effective in a distributed setting. The main purpose of Running Remote Conference is to find solutions to common challenges remote teams face as establishing a strong remote culture, learning how to collaborate across time zones, building rapport amongst colleagues, and finding out how others transitioned from office-base to remote-first companies, avoiding mistakes they’ve made.

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The number of rural coworking and co-living projects are on the rise for sure. More and more people get the chance to work remotely, and the idea to work from wherever is awakening in people’s minds accordingly. What could be more evident than choosing a place that you really enjoy and can do your work with even more motivation, productivity and happiness. Economadia connects location independents who wish to create and take part in real life communities in rural coworking and co-living places while making a positive impact. They create our own summits, retreats/workcations and attend events together to have unique experiences for location independents. They envision a network of "global villages" which combines the best of location independence, technology, community and a sustainable lifestyle. Location-independency gives us new freedom and flexibility to ask ourselves: How do we want to live? Seeking community and a more sustainable lifestyle, it often isn’t easy to find out how to get started. With Economadia, they are building a bridge from a location-independent and often rootless lifestyles toward collaborative rural communities, co-living spaces and eco-villages, that allow reconnection with nature and yourself. Location independence gives us new freedom and flexibility to ask ourselves how we want to live. Earning your living on a global level while living and acting local. Economadia wants to explore all the advantages and potentials. Combining the best of location independence, technology and nature, they firmly believe that in the near future we will see more "global villages" with international communities being their inhabitants. They organize unique workcations/retreats and event crews. They also select different locations to make new, exciting projects visible. Join with them to experience the real community. By subscribing to Economadia, you receive access to their list of the 10 most interesting rural coworking and co-living places and from time to time they send you their entertaining and informative newsletter about our latest podcast episodes, blog articles and our workcation program.

 Listings /  Greater Europe

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