Take a Leaf Out of the Digital Nomad Book


The world is a huge place just waiting to be explored. But for most of us, commitments like work get in the way. However, if you’re lucky enough to have a job that can be done remotely, you could consider becoming a digital nomad. But before you let the wind take you, take note of these tips. 

Plan Ahead

Becoming a digital nomad requires planning way in advance. It is crucial to save as much money as you can before embarking on such a lifestyle, so think of areas where you can cut back. Maybe order less takeout? Shop second-hand? Start this at least a year before your journey.

Home Away From Home

There are various options as to where you can stay while nomading. Rental platforms like Airbnb and VRBO are popular choices, but you can also make use of hostels or couch-surfing websites. There are also initiatives that give nomads accommodation in exchange for chores. 

Make Your Money Work For You

Exchange rates are volatile, which means the worth of your money is constantly influx. Choose a destination with a low cost of living and a currency that is historically weaker than your own as this will enable you to make your money go further.


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