Living in a fast-paced world, it seems as though the globe is getting smaller by the minute. The influx of advanced technology has made every industry dip their toes into the digital landscape, boosting the demand for remote employment more than ever before. In our structured, regulated society, the ability to take full control of time management, as well as where time is spent, is enticing more and more people to undertake a nomadic lifestyle.
Gone are the days when a workplace was a location you had to physically be strapped down to every single day. Workplaces can now be found everywhere and can even change from one day to the next. If you are thinking of transitioning to the nomadic lifestyle, the preparation may be a bit daunting. You have to find the cities or regions that will fit your lifestyle. You need to find and maintain a solid flow of income. You need to know the different visa requirements. You need to handle the income you earn overseas and know the taxes that come with it. Most importantly, you need to figure out where to begin. Fret not because we got you covered.
While most people associate digital nomads with a person sipping a carefully crafted cocktail while lying in a hammock on a beach in Thailand, this is not typically a true representation of the nomadic lifestyle, at least, not at first. While getting to this stage is possible, it requires preparation, mentally, physically and most especially financially. We are not saying it’s impossible, but it requires work and dedication.
This book will ensure that you approach the transition with the right mindset and attitude, and if you follow this guide carefully, that you will be able to create an unforgettable experience.