Posts Tagged“digital nomad”

When we were just 20 my best friend Tatiana Kukanova went off to travel the world for a few months and during her time away she discovered a lifestyle which she fell in love with, digital nomadism. For those of you who don’t know, being a digital nomad is basically someone who is able to make money from working online, and then they enjoy such location independence by traveling around the world. During a Skype chat last week, and with this article in mind, I asked Tatiana Kukanova what she loves most about her lifestyle and here is what she said,…

Being a digital nomad is one of the best decisions that I ever made and thanks to my good friend Stephen Varanko III, I have been able to turn this into a long term lifestyle choice. Throughout the previous few years I have been able to work from all over the world, I have had freedom to travel and I can select my own hours. I would never turn my back on this lifestyle and I feel very lucky and very blessed that I am able to work in this way. With this being said there are some downsides to…

Being a digital nomad is a dream for many people. Working as you travel the world is easier than it ever has been, since you essentially have the ability to many jobs remotely from anywhere in the world. When you ask many digital nomads what they do, often you get a strange answer. “Whatever pays the bills at the time.” While this may make for a cool and carefree lifestyle, there are some stresses that come along with it, and some uncertainty when it comes to how much money you make, where you will be living, and exactly how much…

As a digital nomad, you know that the best thing about this lifestyle is that is enables the highest of all human virtues: freedom! But there may be times when to maintain your freedom, you need to supplement your income in between projects and gigs. Or, you may simply want to boost your savings, so that you can equip yourself with new and better digital nomad gear (laptop, smartphone, wearables, etc.). Obviously, to make extra cash you don’t want to pause your digital-nomad life and head back to the corporate wasteland — because who knows? They might capture and convert…

As the crypto economy evolves, more and more different career opportunities are emerging within the space. Mining cryptocurrencies now requires substantial computing power and may be beyond the reach of those who like to remain mobile and work on notebook PCs. However, there are numerous other opportunities that require little more than a basic notebook. Firstly, trading cryptocurrencies is now a full time or part time job for many. It’s probably the most obvious career option in the space too. Cryptocurrencies are very new, and like all new asset classes, they experience extreme volatility. That’s good news for traders, as…