One of the most common digital nomad jobs is teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL). This is a career that can offer you steady employment in another country or the freedom to work remotely while you travel. It’s your choice.
This article is part of a series on digital nomad jobs.Read More »Digital Nomad Jobs: Teaching English
I’ve traveled to over 40 countries now, and I’ve managed to stay safe, get fed, and have friendly encounters everywhere I’ve gone with only 23 words and phrases. Sometimes I learn a little more, but this set of words keeps me alive just fine.Read More »Learn These 23 Words Before You Travel
There are four great options for using your cell phone during international travel, and every traveler has their own preference.… Read More »Four Ways To Use Your Phone While Traveling Overseas
By Lauren Haas
In May of 2013, I sold all my worldly goods and became a digital nomad. That means everything I own fits in a backpack, and I live all over the world. The question I’m asked most often is how to become a digital nomad, so I’m gathering all the details in this one spot.
How can a traveler connect with locals — or even get themselves fed — without spending hours learning languages? Here’s a five-step plan that makes it manageable.