Month: November 2019

The Best Podcasts For Digital Nomads and Remote Workers

We’ve combed through the internet to compile our favorite podcasts on digital nomading, location independence, remote work, and passive income. Here’s a breakdown of our favorite podcasts! Passive Income Podcasts 1. Smart Passive Income (Apple Podcasts and Player.fm) “Pat Flynn from The Smart Passive Income Blog reveals all of his online business and blogging strategies, income sources and killer marketing tips and tricks so you can be ahead of the curve with your online business or blog. Discover how you can create multiple passive income streams that work for you so that you can have the time and freedom...

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The Best Travel Hacks, Tools & Resources For Digital Nomads

Here are all of my travel hacks that I’ve learned from traveling from the last 15 months. Hope you pick up some valuable tips! SIM CARDS: This is the #1 mistake that I see travelers make, so I’m putting it first. It’s also something that we frequently deal with when negotiating lower bills for consumers. It’s much, much cheaper to get SIM cards locally than to pay your U.S. company to supply data abroad. For context, Verizon charges $10/day for data abroad and in Indonesia $6 will get you 10GB of data for 30 days. Make sure your phone is unlocked and...

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The Best Remote Job Boards and Freelance Sites

We’ve compiled a list of our favorite remote job boards and freelance sites to make your remote work search a little bit easier! If you’re looking for a more detailed guide on making money remotely, check out this guide. Remote Job Boards 1. Jobspresso – Curated Jobs I love Jobspresso because they remove a lot of the clutter and only share curated, high-quality postings! 2. AngelList – Remote Startup Jobs AngelList is the largest startup jobs site in the world and they have an easy way to filter for only remote jobs. Highly recommend looking on here because you’ll...

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The Best Online Digital Nomad Communities

We’ve compiled our favorite digital nomad communities on the internet to make it easier for you to connect with other nomads! 1. Digital Nomads Around The World This is an extremely active Facebook group with 100k+ nomads and aspiring nomads. If you post a question in this group, you can expect 10+ very fast responses! 2. Female Digital Nomads and Digital Nomad Girls Community These are two additional Facebook groups with 48k+ members each that are specifically focused on women. 3. The Digital Nomad Sub-Reddit The digital nomad section of Reddit is much less active than the Facebook groups...

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