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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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Anyone can be a Heritage Ambassador. Help take our past into the future. Spread the word and generate revenue. Make heritage your business and earn with your passion for art and culture. ArtAcadia.org is an umbrella organization for everything pertaining to our heritage and respective cultures. Providing a platform for Heritage Ambassadors, to help take our past into the future. We are a passionate community that is compiling a comprehensive global directory and cultural map. Facilitating networking, training, work opportunities, events and marketplace.

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