Selina provides guests with beautiful places to stay, travel, and work abroad indefinitely. Plus, they use their in-depth local knowledge to create thousands of authentic activities and experiences in over 163 destinations worldwide. From the heart of urban cities to the depth of the Amazon Jungle, they put their heart, soul, and wanderlust into providing forever-travelers, break-takers, and staycaters with a new and exciting way to explore the world. In 2007 Selina’s co-founders Rafael Museri and Daniel Rudasevski were living in Pedasí, a small fishing town in Panama. Through running real estate projects and developing the town, they began to build a tight-knit social circle comprised of locals and travelers alike. It became clear to them that they were working on something special, and just like that, the first Selina was born in Venao, a surf town near Pedasí in 2014. Since then, Selina has grown and is still growing at the rate of a new location per week. That’s their proof that dreams really do come true. What make them stand out is the idea of building one of the largest hospitality brands in the world with one of the fastest conversion models globally. Blending beautifully designed accommodation with coworking, recreation, wellness, and local experiences, Selina is custom-built for today’s nomadic traveler, providing guests with a global infrastructure to travel and work abroad seamlessly. They provide an accommodation solution for every budget. From luxury suites to hammocks under the stars and everything in between, embrace the option to stay your way. Theor beds boast high-quality linens and mattresses with unbeatable comfort. Plus, you’ll benefit from a range of useful amenities and of course, Selina’s signature artistic touches. They also provide their community with an inspirational environment and high speed Wi-Fi, perfect for completing tasks, networking, and working remotely, and much more.
Omio was found by Naren Shaam after he embarked on an extensive backpacking trip across Europe in 2010. Shaam knew where he wanted to go, but planning the best route, ﬁnding an affordable bus ticket or the right train, left him frustrated and a little light in the pocket. Seeing a need for a multi-mode travel site, Shaam quit his finance job in NYC, packed up his life, and moved to Berlin, with its burgeoning tech and startup scene. Since launching in 2013, Omio has been changing the world of travel by empowering customers to go on journeys that move them. Whether it’s getting to a bustling tourist hub such as Paris, France, or a relaxing town like Motril, Spain, their pioneering and practical platform helps travelers worldwide explore Europe, the United States and Canada. Omio bring together more than 1,000 transportation providers across trains, buses, flights, ferries, cars, and airport transfers to make it easier for you to focus on what really matters: the journey. Choosing Omio means saving time and money while loving the journey you’re on. As the ground transportation leader in Europe, they help you make sustainable choices. One in four Omio customers change their bookings from flights to trains, reducing their individual carbon footprint by more than 50 percent! Talk about down to earth! Another feature Omio brings is contactless mobile ticketing. It’s all in your hands! As your trusted travel companion, Omio is the expert in mobile tickets. We get you where you need to go with fast and easy contactless tickets on both trains and buses, making you feel safer in an ever-changing world.
Grassroots Volunteering was founded in 2011 by Shannon O’Donnell as a way to decommodify the volunteerism industry. The idea for GV was born in 2008, when Shannon travelled around the world for a year, volunteering along the way, and envisioned a site freely offering service-minded travellers easy ways to support the places they travel. The site grew to help travellers access ethical and sustainable service-minded projects that fit their definition of giving back. For some travellers, this means long-term volunteering, while others prefer to support locally run initiatives (like restaurants and boutiques with underlying social missions). No matter what service means to the traveller, GV facilitates meaningful connections between travellers and local causes and communities. A husband-wife team from Utah offered the coding and website design work that brought the site into reality in 2011, and Hannah donated logo design work to round out the website. O’Donnell solely vetted the organizations in the GV database until 2013, when GV Ambassadors began mapping the world and expanding the project into every country and continent. Since then, Grassroots Volunteering is a resource to connect travellers to causes and communities in the places they travel. The site consists of a dual database of organizations all over the world: Volunteer Opportunities: Independent volunteer organizations all over the world. Travellers with weeks and months (years even!) use this search engine to locate local level community-based organizations in need of their skills. Social Enterprises: These small businesses operate with an underlying social mission. All businesses are geolocated, so travellers can easily support grassroots initiatives in the places they visit.
Established since 1962, BUNAC have sent over 500,000 people from around the world on a work abroad experience. We make life-changing experiences stress-free and the overwhelming simple. A UK market leader in work, intern and volunteer abroad programmes, BUNAC provides the unique opportunity to spend an extended time living, working and travelling overseas. BUNAC's key markets are the UK and USA, with flagship programmes being Intern in Britain and Work America - please see the 'services' tab for more detailed info. Other opportunities include flexible working holiday programmes in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, as well as volunteering placements in Africa, Asia and America lasting from as little as 18 days through to two years. Participants can take part in a BUNAC programme as part of their summer vacation, during a gap year, after graduation or as a career break. Established in 1962, BUNAC has enabled hundreds of thousands of travellers to explore the world through work and travel and is today recognised as a specialist in the field of overseas work and travel programmes.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
Anyplace was launched in 2017 and set out to create a world where people can live anyplace they desire. We believe that the housing rental experience should be straightforward and flexible. It should be an enriching journey that is simple and easy to manage. It should be about opening new doors, discovering new places and having new experiences. We believe, when you connect with like-minded people, amazing things can happen. However, we know that connecting and meeting people in your new city can be challenging. We built our community platform to solve this problem and bring people together, wherever they are. We will continue to enable people to live lifestyles, free from traditional constraints and commitments. We will develop our service and provide even better experiences. We want to live in a world where anyone can live anywhere they desire. That is our goal and what we are driven to achieve. In the future, we will grow and develop our community. We’ll reach more, connect more and bring more people, across the world, together. The Story of Anyplace started as fluid as today’s technology has made our lives, traditional living options have clipped our wings and grounded us with things like rents, lease and mortgages. At Anyplace, we’re out to change that by providing people with easy, turn-key housing options all over the world. No long-term leases. No buying or moving furniture. No endless screening processes. No landlords. Just dependable and hassle-free living designed with global citizens in mind. New places feel like homes when we experience them as a community. We are driven to make connecting with like-minded people, wherever you are, easy. Through our community platform, Anyplacers, anywhere, can connect, make friends and explore new places, together. Why we started anyplace? We were in the same place, as millions of others all over the world; stressed-out by and fed-up with renting. The endless screening processes, the ceaseless paperwork, the hassle and worry, the shackle-like commitments – enough was enough. One day, we came up with a solution; a way to navigate the clutter and complexity of traditional renting. Imagine you could live, rent and move more freely; as free as checking-in and checking-out of a hotel. What if you could have safe and secure service, but without the chains of long-term commitment? What if you could be free to move more, explore more and make more connections, with like-minded people?
Freedom is Everything is a content site, created by Cam Woodsum, about digital nomading, remote work, entrepreneurship, traveling the world, and trying to live a good life! You’ll like this site if: You’re looking to create more freedom in your life! Cam believes that digital nomading (working online from anywhere you want) is the fastest shortcut to freedom and that freedom is the fastest shortcut to happiness and living a great life. In simple terms, if you have the freedom to spend your time exactly how you want to spend it, it’s easier to live a happy life. The story behind the name “Freedom is Everything”? Cam lived in Taiwan for two months in late 2017 and while sitting in one of their favorite dumpling restaurants, they spotted a guy wearing a shirt that said “Freedom is Everything.” Cam tried to buy the shirt online but couldn’t find it! What Cam did find though, was that the domain name FreedomisEverything.com was newly available. In early 2018, Cam decided to build a site about digital nomading and freedom, and FreedomisEverything.com felt like the perfect name. Digital nomading, location independence and remote work are a gateway to something much more important, freedom. In 2020, Sam finally got around to building the site. Cam Woodsum has been wandering the world since mid-2015 and running businesses since early 2017. When Cam started building their own businesses in early 2017, their goal was to make enough passive income so that they’d be able to free up their time to work on creating positive change in the world. As of late 2019, Cam has created enough passive income to financially retire while living cheaply abroad. Cam is now focused on helping other people to gain similar levels of freedom in their lives while also working on climate change endeavors.
Life Remotely was created by Jessica and Kobus Mans, and Jared McCaffree. They share the common passion of travel, and a lifestyle that allows them to spend their time where they choose. Their professional careers have allowed them to spend most of their time working remotely. Over the past ten years they have worked hard to establish the skills, clients and credibility necessary to perform these jobs while traveling. Technology gives them the ability to work remotely. Curiosity, wonder and boredom drive them to the far reaches of the world. Put the two together and you have Life Remotely. They’ve spent the past fifteen years travelling and working around the world. In October 2011 they became full-time digital nomads, and took working remotely to a whole new level. They left their home in Seattle and headed south. Their goal was to drive to Patagonia and spend the night in Antarctica. After 19 months, 575 days, two-thirds of them sleeping in a tent, they not only reached Antarctica, but continued North and ended their trip in Rio de Janeiro. They quickly realized that the violent and misconceived notions of their southern neighbours couldn’t be more wrong. And so they wrote a how-to overlanding guide titled “Don’t Go There. It’s Not Safe. You’ll Die. And other more rational advice for Overlanding Central and South America”. Six months later, they realized that aside from working and writing travel guides, they possessed a totally different skill. They cook really good food, every day, with local ingredients, in nothing but a basic camp kitchen. 22,000 miles later, they published a cookbook not only for travellers, but also for home chefs curious about Latin American recipes and new ideas for grilling. Now they’re back in the US sharing their stories, successes and failures and a few good recipes to help others get a taste of the world they explored.
Hubstaff develops productivity and workforce management software that help remote, mobile, and growing workforces work better together. Hubstaff Talent is a free and easy way to find remote talent across the world. Quickly find and scale a remote team for your business without any fees or markups. Search thousands of contractors based on skill, location, or category and directly contact the team members you feel will be a good fit. Add your agency to Hubstaff Talent to get more leads. You add the employees of your agency and when a company is interested in working with a team member, you or your designated sales member gets contacted. Hubstaff has thousands of remote startups, software companies, agencies, and ecommerce businesses that are looking for talent just like you. Sign up for a profile so they can contact you directly for work they need done. In 2003, Dave Nevogt became disillusioned with the grind of daily commutes and mindless paper-pushing. When he left to start his own company, he naturally built a remote team. However, not having an easy way to see what was worked on or hours worked became a challenge. Dave had a “There has to be a better way” moment, and together with co-founder and CEO Jared Brown, they built Hubstaff as a fully remote company that has grown to 90 global employees. Hubstaff stands for: Freedom: Work where and how you want to work. You’re free to design the company you want when Hubstaff streamlines time tracking and team management. Transparency: Running a company is hard when you can’t see how the work’s getting done. We create tools that make transparency simple and automated. Customers First: Our customers are always first. We work hard to understand business owners and build the systems that help them succeed. Accountability: We take ownership for the projects we take on. We move projects forward and do what we say we are going to do. Focus: Our products help teams fight distraction and focus on the job at hand. We believe that focus breeds productivity and productivity breeds success. If there’s anything we’ve learned since starting Hubstaff, it’s that remote work works. As more companies turn to this method to get things done, we’re right there alongside them, ushering in a new era of flexible, smarter work. It pays to join the Hubstaff Affiliate program. For every customer that signs up for Hubstaff, you'll earn 30% of the revenue for 12 months. We’ve created a full package of marketing materials to make it that much easier for you to get the word out about Hubstaff. Our state-of-the-art affiliate tracking software provides you with detailed reports and dashboards, allowing you to see how different tactics perform as you optimize your campaigns. We want talking about our product to be just as easy as using it. That’s why we’ve taken the time to craft the tools and assets you need to start earning right away.
Karoli Hindriks founded Jobbatical in 2014 to connect people with inspiring jobs abroad. In four years, they moved people from 53 countries to 37 different destinations. Each career journey was a step closer to a world where people and ideas move freely. While they were dreaming of a more open world, there was a monster under the bed: immigration. Smart employers love the idea of hiring from abroad. But confusing, often seemingly impossible paperwork is stopping perfect hires from happening. Which is ridiculous. And the opposite of thinking beyond borders. So Jobbatical started doing immigration. They got really good at it and realized that if they focused all their efforts on their immigration platform, they could help more people. Jobbatical today is the go-to immigration partner for tech startups and traditional companies alike. They free up time for employers to make more hires. Better hires. International hires—confidently, without having to fear the immigration monster. Their team and Karoli have seen firsthand that the world simply works better when it works together. They’re ready to play their part in making that happen. Wherever you're relocating talent from, Jobbatical’s experienced immigration experts cover the entire process for you: from the initial assessment to getting your employees happily settled. Jobbatical is on a mission to help the world work together. They’re building towards a world where moving from one country to another is fully paperless. They are doing that by building high-end relocation technology and by closely working with governments to fix their immigration process, so companies can hire the best talent, regardless of where they’re from.
Never Ending Voyage is the project for travelers created by Simon Fairbairn and Erin McNeaney. They are a couple of digital nomads who sold everything they owned and left the UK in 2010 to travel the world indefinitely, completely changing their lifestyle. With just carry-on luggage, they have been slow travelling their way around the world, earning a living on the road by creating iPhone apps and a travel blog where they provide useful information for others who want to discover the world. They write detailed travel guides to help those who want to plan their perfect trip, no matter if it's a popular destination or one off the beaten path. They also share tips on how to pack light, the best vegetarian food they find on the road, the ups and downs of nomadic life, and much more. Their story began in 2008, when they spent a year traveling through India, Southeast Asia, Australia, the South Pacific and the United States. Simon and Erin described that experience on Never Ending Voyage as breathtaking, beautiful, frustrating, terrifying, and exciting; It was anything but boring. In their words, what they experienced in just one year was more than in the previous ten. On their return to the UK, they found it very difficult to get back into the routine that they’d left. So, they decided to head off again, but this time they left for good. Simon and Erin decided to sale everything they owned, quit their jobs, rent out their house and head out to play dice with destiny. Simon and Erin left the UK on 1st March 2010 with a one-way ticket to Rio de Janeiro. They spent the first year in South America and since then have visited Asia, Europe, Africa, Central and North America, the Middle East, and Oceania. They have had countless amazing experiences over the years that they share with their followers on their site “Never Ending Voyage”. Simon and Erin are digital nomads, so where there's internet (and sometimes even where there isn't), they work. Simon started out doing web design and development, and after a few years launched Voyage Travel Apps, creating iPhone apps with the goal of making it easier to plan any travel. Also, most of their income comes from affiliate sales and advertising on their site.
Nomadific was created by Thomas Kanze, with the objective for it to be a one-stop shop for Digital Nomads, where you can find any information related to digital nomadism. Looking for travel tips, coworking spaces, business advice or how to set up a corporation that will allow you to travel, they have all the information for you. The objective of Nomadific is to build a community of digital nomads. A place you can go to talk and discuss with people that share the same passions and struggles. The goal with Nomadific is to provide a clear structure where anyone can find the information they are looking for, defining four major categories, namely; Travel, Lifestyle, Business and Planning. Digital Nomad guides are for anyone looking for the most essential information to any country or city. New guides are added over time, so make sure to bookmark their page to visit at a later date. Their guides cover the best cities for digital nomads, countries, and everything useful ranging from visa requirements, cost of living to coworking spaces and accommodation. Being a digital nomad is not simply about packing your bags and travelling. There’s usually a bit more to go into it. They have set up a list of resources for digital nomads to list what works and provide a toolkit, so you don’t waste time searching and comparing dozens of resources.
Outsite was founded in 2015 to serve a new segment of location flexible professionals looking to integrate their life and their work. From the simple seed of an idea - to live and work in beautiful locations surrounded by interesting people - Outsite was born. Our mission is to create a world where everyone can design and live their best lives, with the freedom to live and work anywhere. Outsite is rooted in a diverse and global community, using the remote work revolution to define a new way of life. Our community pledges to be part of a safe and inclusive space for everyone. We're committed to becoming a place where everyone can feel at home. We aim to faciliate authentic connections, online and offline.We encourage slow travel, so our Members become temporary residents during their stay. Outsite stays allow you to form deep connections to the people and places you encounter. Outsite creates spaces for long-term travelers and the local community to connect. Where possible, we’ll work with local non-profits to support those who need it the most. Our planet allows us to enjoy travel, and so we aim to sustain it by providing the most environmentally friendly way to do so. We plant one tree in California or Indonesia for every booking made. Every booking counts. From recycling to running Events, check out how we’re supporting the local environment from home. We provide spaces for long-term stays, and reward those who choose to travel slowly.
The Global Nomad Guide is a one-stop hub that guides existing & aspiring Digital Nomads, Remote Workers & Entrepreneurs navigating the complexities of the location-independent lifestyle. When it comes to finance, immigration and taxes, we believe it is crucial that all digital nomads and other remote workers have easy access to verified, regularly updated information for FREE. We have created the Global Nomad Guide because we could not believe how difficult it was to find the latest, reliable, and complete information on immigration and taxes or other practicalities of the nomad lifestyle. At GNG you can find information on: Digital Nomad Visa & Taxes – all the latest visas, how they impact your taxes. Remote Work Guides – tools, software, remote job boards, etc, Latest Nomad News – new developments, legislation that impacts nomads. Nomad Business Directories – an ever-growing list of businesses created for nomads by nomads. Global Nomad Guide has been founded by Anna and Jakub. Anna is a Global Mobility Lead & HR Generalist focused on International Payroll & Benefits with a background in Project Management and Accounting. Before founding the GNG, she has been working for a VC-founded US-based finch, running their global payrolls, creating international benefits plans, building their Work From Anywhere policies, and managing the mobility programs (immigration, tax compliance, relocation). Jakub is a Video Quality Controller, Producer & Marketer who’s been working on delivering video & digital campaigns for some of the biggest global brands including Fitbit & EA. He is a QC Titan who, when it comes to Global Nomad Guide, gets his fingers into all content & marketing matters.
Nomad List's mission is to accelerate the freedom of global movement enabled by remote work. Nomad List finds you the best places in the world to live, work and travel as a remote worker. Every second, it collects millions of data points on thousands of cities around the world, from cost of living, temperature to safety. With that data, Nomad List gives you an idea of where it's best for you to go. Nomad List has much more features than just that though: you can do things like find coworking spaces in each city, see how warm it is in a city in a specific month, search for places with specific climates, read reviews and see who of Nomad List's members is in a city now or will be there soon. Nomad List originally started out for digital nomads, but, as remote work has become more prevalent, it's evolved into a platform for remote workers living anywhere in the world. We have a 10,000+ people member base who log their trips to meet other people in the same place, and chat everyday on Slack to ask questions, share information and make friends. Many of them also organize and attend our regular meetups in real life. The goal of Nomad List's community is to make it less isolating to be a remote worker and, since it's a paid membership, it offers a way to fund the main site's development of city rankings and data to help people find places to go.
We host a global movement to build locally-rooted, globally-connected social innovation ecosystems. We believe a better world is created through the combined accomplishments of compassionate, creative, and committed individuals focused on a common purpose. Impact Hub is where change goes to work. Part innovation lab, part business incubator, and part community center, we offer our members a unique ecosystem of resources, inspiration, and collaboration opportunities to grow impact. From Accra to São Paulo, San Francisco to Zurich we provide access to spaces, resources, connections, knowledge, talent and investments to turn ideas into action. What began as a single location in 2005 has evolved into a collaborative global community that now inspires, connects and enables people across the world to sustainably impact society. To date, we have Impact Hubs in over 100 cities supporting over 16,500 members around the world. Our uniquely designed spaces provide a creative environment as well as a professional infrastructure to work, meet, learn and connect. Tap into a trusted community of like-minded peers, partners and investors across the world to exchange thoughts, build collaborative initiatives and advance your project.
The global leader in hybrid working, with brands including Regus and Spaces, in thousands of locations worldwide. IWG's hybrid work solutions are better for people, better for businesses, and better for the planet. Regus was created over 30 years ago when founder Mark Dixon noticed how local business people in Brussels were regularly conducting meetings around the small tables of local coffee shops. The idea of offering workspace solutions for the short and long term has become a global success story and the company, known as IWG plc since 2011, now covers every continent and every time zone across the globe. We’re here to help people and businesses work however suits them best. Every day, we enjoy engaging with and listening to our customers to put ourselves in their shoes. We’ve spent over 30 years redefining how people and businesses work. Now we’re shaping the workspace of the future. With energy, ambition and an innovative mindset, we’re turning big ideas into reality. On average, we add at least one new location to our network every day. The speed of our growth creates lots of opportunities – to explore new markets, relocate to another country or city, or scale your business. We’re strong believers in empowering people to succeed. With us, you’ll have the flexibility to work however you need to, supported by a committed team that cares about your success. The world of work is changing. The old 9-5 model is over, with working from home, working from a hub, or working on-the-go replacing it as the new normal. IWG is here to help you fully embrace this flexible, greener and more productive way of working. We’ve made it our mission to help millions of people have a great day at work. How we do this is by developing a range of workspace solutions and services that allow for greater flexibility. Offering more choice and unrivaled access to the hybrid world of work.
WeWork was founded in 2010 with the vision to create environments where people and companies come together and do their best work. Since opening our first location in New York City, we’ve grown into a global workplace provider committed to delivering flexible solutions, inspiring, safety-focused spaces, and unmatched community experiences. Today, we're constantly reimagining how the workplace can help everyone, from freelancers to Fortune 500s, be more motivated, productive, and happy—because that’s how tomorrow works. More than just building spaces where businesses can do their best work, we’re dedicated to caring for our people and planet. Through programs and partnerships focused on learning, health, and opportunity, we aim to positively impact people worldwide by: Providing spaces to underserved communities. Championing learning and opportunity. Promoting health and well-being. Supporting our local communities. By embracing sustainable strategies and best practices, we’re committed to creating greener, more eco-friendly spaces by: Working to become operationally carbon-neutral. Prioritizing renewable energy sources. Focusing on responsible resource use and encouraging sustainability within our supply chain. Transparency, accountability, and integrity are our foundation as we strive to build sound operations and an inclusive environment through: Encouraging growth by offering training courses across all levels. Living up to our code of conduct and policies. Providing meaningful benefits and support programs and embedding inclusion, diversity, equity, and advancement across our business.
Insured Nomads consists of people from all horizons. We use our expertise in insurance, healthcare, and technology to make life better for those beyond borders. Advanced tech-enabled insurance solutions for those living an international lifestyle. Our culture of generosity helps those vulnerable to exploitation and human trafficking through partnership with Not For Sale. Like you, we are world citizens, deeply connected to the global community of those who break barriers and go beyond borders. Our founders have lived on all five continents. Our team is made of travelers and nomads, people who often live, work, and play outside their home country. Insured Nomads is diverse, global and distributed. We’ve experienced it first hand. There’s a need for change in how the insurance experience unfolds for those who travel and encounter the unexpected, the unplanned, or the catastrophic. These trials should be met with support and care. Handled with empathy and in a language you understand. Made easy by modern tools. Steeped in a spirit of solidarity and generosity. We’ve come together to bring this transformation about and make it reality so that we may all explore the world with protection beyond insurance, increased wellbeing, and unparalleled peace of mind. Supporting our own community means helping communities around the globe so that together we can make the world a better place for all. When you purchase coverage from Insured Nomads, we make a donation to organizations whose impact reaches far and wide.
My wife and I spend nine months per year traveling the world and having adventures, and the rest of our time teaching others to do the same. In 2014, my life became a near-constant barrage of questions. From the perspective of our friends and family, the sudden transformation that my wife and I experienced made little sense. One moment I was an overworked business owner with failing health, the next we were bouncing around the globe on a permanent vacation. Everyone wants to know how I did it, so here it is; this is the story of how I went from hospital bed to hammock in eight weeks. I grew up in an entrepreneurial family and started my first business at the age of 13. By the time I was 25, my companies were serving major corporations around the world. If you’ve ever worked with a listed corporate, you’ll know that it’s about as fun as getting a colonoscopy. Around this time, a particularly unpleasant “panic attack” put me in the hospital, and the ominous warnings from my doctor forced me to have my midlife crisis a little earlier than most. The world is overflowing with beauty, wonder, and adventure. There is more to experience than anyone could hope to fit into a single lifetime. Yet there I was, trading the best years of my life for a paycheck. As I considered my predicament with my new perspective, everything came into sharp focus. Something needed to change. The first step was obvious. We needed a clear picture of the life that we wanted to live. So, my wife and I sat down and started to list everything that we wanted to do, see, learn, and give. Several weeks later, we completed the first draft of our bucket list, which has since become the central theme of this blog. List in hand, we lacked just one thing: a vehicle that would finance it. In short, we wanted to become full-time global adventurers. To the man on the street, this is an outrageously unrealistic goal and, at the time, I didn’t even know if it was possible. So, I decided to look for someone who had already achieved what I dubbed the “professional vagabond” lifestyle. Suffice it to say, I was shocked to find not just one or two individuals, but an entire professional vagabond sub-culture; a group that Tim Ferriss calls the “New Rich.” Within a week, I had identified almost 100 perpetual travelers and, as I continued to dig, found that the vast majority of them had achieved income automation through ecommerce. Online business, I decided, would be my vehicle. The world is changing. So often, we cling to the safety and familiarity of the 9 – 5 and end up trading the best years of our lives for a paycheck. These days, a day job is optional, and it takes little more than a firm decision and a bit of insight to leave it behind. I am convinced that anyone can achieve my results if they copy the steps that I took to reach them. That’s why, after years of full-time adventure, I have finally produced a step-by-step “Vagabond Business Case Study” to show others how to replicate my success.
Like you, we love traveling, exploring and discovering new places and people. In the same breath, we need to keep one foot firmly planted in the business world. To remain connected with our team, clients, partners and platforms. But doing all this on a global scale can be hard, and expensive. Which is why we created Nomad Stays. To make it easier for everyone to grow their careers and business while exploring the world. Exploring the world opens your eyes to many new experiences, cultures and values. Adventure and exploration are a passion for us all. But we also need to eat. So building a career or business that delivers this ideal explorer lifestyle is the great goal. After exploring more than 100 countries and helping thousands of entrepreneurs, the Founders of Nomad Stays are combining their passions, networks and experience to make it easier for you to also create an amazing travel-based lifestyle. There's always time to explore the world and discover what's there. To find things, places and peoples we never knew existed. To learn from others and be wowwed by nature. Innovation and entrepreneurs drive change in the world. They push boundaries and challenge the status quo. We love helping them succeed and improve the planet better for all of us. The ability to both travel to, and work from, remote parts of the world and create connections with different groups and communities is a great way to empower everyone.
Vaughan and Lauren Manuel McShane are travel bloggers from Cape Town, South Africa. They are the creators of The Travel Manuel, a blog where they share their experiences and foster a space with the goal to inspire as many people as possible to leave their homes, as they say “if only for a wee-little while”, to explore the other corners of this beautiful blue planet. They also want, and encourage, everyone to give themselves the opportunity to experience the sensation of knowing other lands. Under the premise that, although in many places things do not work as well as at home, there are still many beautiful things worth discovering. They foster a different lifestyle around the world, in the hope that that will help reduce many prejudices, misconceptions and the closed mind that some people retain yet. These travel bloggers share their creative content in their social media through videos, travel tales and photographs. In addition, and with the intention of helping and inspiring anyone who wants to start a new adventure, they constantly provide helpful tips to plan a trip full of adventures on their website. In their blog they express that one of their greatest motivations is to make it possible for their readers to travel the world with them, to free the nomad within, always in search of the unknown, of a stimulating adventure. They are always on a global mission to show and encourage people to explore the world around them. To break through preconceived ideas about what life is supposed to look like. To constantly challenge their readers to take a break from their lives, to step out and explore the world in front of them. Also, they want to offer their honest tips and advice to those looking to set out and blaze a trail of their own. And, last but not less, these travel bloggers strive to encourage a life full of smiles and extraordinarily fun memories.
"All things are possible" I love the outdoors, travelling, animals and people. I was an ardent hiker, and this allowed me to visit some of the most amazing hiking trails in South Africa. What inspires me most is the ability to positively impact the lives of others through the plethora of skills I have acquired over the many years of experience. I have the ability to add value wherever I am placed. I am energised by strategy, new challenges, and the search for the most efficient and impactful solutions. My career began in education. As an educator I enjoyed the children. I know this will always be part of who I am as I will always be passionate about teaching and will continue sharing knowledge, mentoring, and coaching, etc. I ventured into the corporate environment as I excelled with my financial skills and thought that my career would entail the chartered accountant route. I did the required academics, got the job and my focus was numbers and more numbers. Again, I was challenged because my love for people was not satisfied. I once again did a complete change in my career by studying, job shadowing and taking on projects in the learning and development and human resource departments. One of my memorable periods was asking the CFO of the organisation to give me the opportunity to split my job in two areas to show my capabilities and therefore be considered for a position that was eventually created for me. This was exciting and I thrived in this environment. I felt like I was adding value as the position focused on the growth and development of the youth, once again. I knew that I could accomplish more and add more value through venturing out on my own. I started my own business which offers the services of learning and development, strategy, human resources and finance. This has been an exciting journey with many challenges.
Born on outskirts of Belgrade – Serbia in family of 4. Immigrated to South Africa in 1991 “running away” from civil war. Even though that I came to South Africa without papers, money, job or being able to speak English, I made this beautiful country my home. My career took me from being a waiter in the restaurant (my first job here) to Restaurant Manager, Sales Manager in Timeshare Company to MD and CEO of ZA Galvanizing. At the end of the August this year, I left my last position of Regional Sales Manager of EXIM International. When it comes to business, I am dedicated, punctual, loyal and organized with the skill set that made me achieve any task in front of me with the high rate of success. Privately, I am a nature and animal lover, a bit of the environmentalist and lifelong naturist. I am one of the funders and first Chairman of Western Cape Naturist Association – WCNA and South African National Naturist Association – SANNA. Passionate follower and supporter of South African Rugby and F1 Grand Prix.
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I was born in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, but raised in Jozini, Kwa-Zulu Natal and a Diver at heart. School Holidays were spent on the beach and in the ocean at Sodwana Bay. My Passion for acting started at a young age when I was approached by my arts teacher to play the lead as “Joseph” in that year’s school play, “Joseph and his technicolor dream coat”. In 2006, I moved to Saldanha bay Naval Base to conduct my basic training and upon completion, reported to Simon’s Town Naval Base Diving Centre. I worked at the Naval Diving Centre until mid- 2007, but reported for duty aboard SAS Spioenkop (Naval Warship) later that year and for the rest of my stay in the SA Navy. I resigned from the SA Navy at the end of 2009 to further pursue my childhood passion for acting, after it had been re-ignited back in 2007, when a Production Company came to shoot the one part series, “Diver’s Down”, at the Naval Diving Base where I was stationed. Since then, I performed numerous small roles in Films and TV Shows with goals and aspirations to become a successful actor in the industry. Years later and struggling in the industry, I started a Photography business in 2017 shooting headshots for actors in the industry and also specializing in Real Estate Photography. I also worked in the hospitality industry during this time, working my way up to head of staff at a fine dining Italian Restaurant in the Bellville area of Cape Town. In December 2018, I made the very hard decision to hang up my Actor’s hat and retire from the industry, as I needed to make a change. So with a fire in my belly and a pursuit of a new career, I embarked on an old passion within the boating world. I completed my Yacht Master Coastal and SAS Day Skipper certificate followed by a plane ticket to Nice, France. I spent a month walking countless amounts of steps that would make “Discovery Vitality” proud on the docks of the various harbors, handing out my CV in an attempt to book work as crew on board. With a few days worth of day work under the belt and finally booking an interview for a possible crew position, my visa expired and I needed to come home. Luckily, I was being strongly considered for a position aboard, but I needed to wait for the boat to come out of the drydock. With this, I flew back to SA with a hopeful heart, knowing that I would soon return to France. As things go, the opportunity was cancelled (Owner preferred a merger of the two available roles and he preferred a female). What to do now? Unemployed and with depleted finances of not being able to return, I started looking for work and was unemployed until Sept the same year when I finally got an opportunity to begin work as a Junior Site Supervisor for a Construction Business (not ideal, but hey challenge accepted and gotta pay dem bills son!). I have since then worked for the same company, building weigh bridges, expanding warehouses, pouring concrete floors and laying paving. I have learned so much and have grown allot since then. Recently I approached and dusted off my photography equipment again and am in the process of starting this up as well. Being in the construction industry has sparked allot of ideas and have given me a new passion for real estate, especially as an Investor. People tend to describe me as ambitious, hardworking, punctual and goal-oriented. I have high attention to detail and work really well in both a team environment and on my own. I am proactive, a problem solver and creative at heart. I won’t stop until the project or task is completed. More personally, I enjoy the outdoors, love being fit and healthy and spending my off time with my most valuable assets; family and friends. Short term goals: – To learn and grow the new skills required to perform given tasks efficiently and with excellence. -To prove myself a valuable asset, as a hardworking, dependable and trustworthy individual to my fellow colleagues, managers and seniors. Long term goals: -To become one of the best in my department and be seen as the go-to guy for a specific job or task. -To become manager and coach to younger generations looking to enter my industry. -To eventually run a team of managers, teaching them to effectively run their teams with excellence. I believe in serving others with excellence. The effort you put in will reap the results you desire. I also believe that being truthful, respectful and trustworthy are very important keys to success and I strive to live by these principles daily.
I am passionate about my work. Because I love what I do, I have a steady source of motivation that drives me to do my best. In my last job, this passion led me to challenge myself daily and learn new skills that helped me to do better work. I am ambitious and driven. I thrive on challenges and constantly set goals for myself, so I have something to strive toward. I’m not comfortable settling, and I’m always looking for an opportunity to do better and achieve greatness. I am an excellent communicator. I pride myself on making sure people have the right information because it drives better results. Most business issues stem from poor communication, so I feel a responsibility to keep everyone on the same page. I am results-oriented, constantly checking in with the goal to determine how close or how far away we are and what it will take to make it happen. I find this pressure inspiring and a great motivator for the rest of the team. I am highly organized. I always take notes, and I use a series of tools to help myself stay on top of deadlines. I like to keep a clean workspace and create a logical filing method, so I’m always able to find what I need. I find this increases efficiency and helps the rest of the team stay on track, too. I’m a people-person. I love meeting new people and learning about their lives and their backgrounds. I can almost always find common ground with strangers, and I like making people feel comfortable in my presence.
I am 56 years old and love life ! and am engaged to a wonderful man and we have been together for 9 years. I have 1 son who lives in Houston, Texas with his lovely wife and my 2 beautiful grandchildren. I have 1 sister who is sadly disabled. She has Motor Neuron Disease and is paralysed from the neck down. She has had this debilitating illness since 1998. I care very deeply for her and continue to walk this hard, painful journey with her. I would love to one day open up a strung of Care Homes called Mandy in honour of her. Watching your disabled sister struggle every day has been heartbreaking, but through this I have learnt the art of caring, giving and kindness. To be able to help and be there for those less fortunate than you is a heartwarming experience and exceptionally rewarding. My passion is travelling – I absolutely LOVE IT ! My sport is Golf and because I have such an adventurous, extrovert personality I also love a lot of other things like Boating, Fishing, Cooking, Drinking wine and socialising. The list is so long because I am always willing to try new things and experience new places. I am an extrovert in personality and love bringing out the best in people. My profession at the moment is a Key accounts Manager for a Surgical Equipment company. I have been with them for 14 years. I have vast experience in Sales and Customer service and represent my company by calling on all Hospitals – Private and Provincial – throughout the entire Eastern Cape. I work with doctor’s in theatre and am skilled in the sale of Medical Equipment for Trauma, Gynie, Urology, General Surgery, Cardiology, Neurology, Gastro-Enterology, Ultrasound etc. Prior to being a Surgical Rep I was a Medical Rep for 20 years calling on General Practioners, Pharmacists and Physicians selling Pharmaceutical Drugs. I also have experience in the setting up of Vaccine Clinics and GIT Units. My passion is service and looking after my customers. I love to make a difference in everything that I do and work hard. I love to make people smile ! I am a great organiser and get things done. I am very loyal in business and in my private life and am committed to whatever I sign up for. You will always be able to rely on me. I would say that I am a Spiritual person. I have a genuine passion for seeking out the truth of all things. And placing myself on a sacred path of self discovery. I learn every day and try to live my life with a curious, grateful heart. I believe we can all be kind if we want to be and we can all make a difference in someone’s life if we want to. I want to make a difference in the world ! I know I can.
Hi there! My name is Noraly Schoenmaker and I’m a 31-year-old, Dutch, solo-female traveler - currently on a mission to travel the world by motorbike! I blog about my travels at Itchy Boots. It all started when I went to Australia at age 23 to work in gold mining. I became rich and traveled around the world for 2 years straight. Completely broke, homeless and jobless, I returned to Holland. The next 5 years I worked for an international contractor on big ships all over the world, from Kuwait, Kazakhstan to the Bahama’s and beyond. But even though I saw a lot of the world, it wasn’t the same as full-time travel... So I quit that job and sold all my stuff - to be on the road again! This time I’m traveling by motorbike, which is just the BEST adventure!
Projects Abroad has spent over 25 years helping our participants fulfill their potential and make the world a better place. In the days before the internet, smartphones and budget airlines, an English University Professor and some overseas colleagues had an idea: What if young people could become international volunteers? They could learn new skills and contribute to communities at the same time. That was over 25 years ago and we’ve never looked back. While plenty of other companies have followed where we lead, we’re still the gold standard in international volunteering and internships. Every Project is built on our commitment to: safety, hassle-free travel and making a real impact. Projects Abroad is a social enterprise, which means we employ a business model to tackle the world’s social and environmental challenges. Our staff are all either in-country locals who we train and support, or ex-volunteers, who have been there, experienced the projects and seen what a difference they make. Our plans for the future are big. We believe that meaningful travel provide a defining experience for young people as they move from adolescence into adulthood, and we know that the work we do transforms communities. We’re making the world a better place, one participant at a time.
I'm a Brazilian native, English Portuguese translator and interpreter with 12 years of experience, 50 books translated, and over 1,500 hours of on-site interpreting work. I also do proofreading, localization, transcriptions, and write book reviews/reports. I have a background in arts, fashion, and communication, and I volunteer for Mercy for Animals, Ted Translators, and NGO Olhar Animal. I love to travel and I am currently studying travel writing. I wrote about my journey as a freelancer and working remotely while traveling the world. So it's been a year since the madness started and somehow it feels like nothing has changed, but A LOT has changed. My 'now' has been staying low-key and wrapping up projects. I completed the book I was translating in the last semester of 2020. Added some very final touches to a book I worked on early-mid last year, which in turn wraps up a project I started working on in December 2018. Excited for it to come out. Also, I guess I can say I reached the 50 translated books mark (even though a part of it was written in Portuguese, so I didn't translate the entire book)! I am still learning French and still feeling like a caveman who can speak single words but not quite put together an entire sentence lol. I also completed a Reiki Level 1 training and initiation course (remotely, ofc) and am now Reiki certified. I am trying to enjoy the little things, like a very rare outing to Rio's Botanical Garden (accidentally picked a lovely 113ºF day, sweet lord), and being in awe of this Sumaúma tree (a personal favorite of Tom Jobim, who would visit the place every day and sit by this exact tree).
Been there, done that... doing it all over again! Herby, a product of South Africa, vintage '63, Internaut since '82. Roaming the world since the age of 23 to date. Jack of all trades, master of none. Techie, pilot, nomad. Can travel~live~work, anywhere. Global village citizen, living without boundaries, my primary passions are aviation, the sea and Ubuntu Synergy. I am, because we are. Together. We create unity, foster community, motivate affiliates to generate residual revenue, and facilitate networking events. It's time to LIVE your life! My mission is to help people from all walks of life, gain financial independence, while caring for the world around us. I believe charity begins at the cash register. Just say no to donations. Learn how to earn. Make sure you have a meal, an income, clothes, a home and good health. Constantly bombing your mind with books and exercise, are two battles that win the war of longevity. I want to grow old. There is no planet B. I'm a big fan of renewable resources and ethical commerce. Gardens, farming, trees and bees, and anything that carries fleas. Helping our paw-legged friends in shelters, finding furever homes much faster. Same for birds, horses, donkeys, circus prisoners and liberating zoos. Noble causes that need proactive participants. Anyone can help: Scholars, students, employment seekers, those just over broke. Single and stay-at-home parents. Business owners, administrators and managers of any ilk. Retrenched and retired folks who still have much to give. Everyone can become successful super affiliates. Generating residual income is easy, and I will be your guide. With 40+ years in technology, aviation and extensive travel, this digital nomad has a wealth of experience to share. Helping others navigate the fear of failure and proven pathway to success. Point-and-click easy here >> https://herbyolschewski.com/action/worksheet/