Sitting on my turquoise sofa in my empty living room in Cerveteri, a little town north of Rome between the Tuscany countryside and the sea. It was two days before my 40th birthday and just a few weeks before I decided to start living as a digital
I think that sometimes life puts people on your path to share experiences with. To make everything more powerful. So I went with the flow and this is what happened. I have always been a solo traveler and enjoyed my solitude enormously while exploring the world, but lately
The great irony of travel quarantines: to experience that terrific sense of freedom and excitement, you must first complete two weeks of exactly the opposite. Freedom is huge to digital nomads. It’s the reason why many of us chose this lifestyle. But quarantine doesn’t have to make you
Autumn has always been my favorite season. Maybe because I grew up in a place where the transition from the hot, sunny, “school-free” summer to winter has always been smooth, pleasant, full of exciting changes and nostalgic, bittersweet feelings. September and October in the Northern hemisphere on the
Just in time for the birth of a bold, tech-savvy generation who would leave marketers shaking in their boots with their 3-second attention spans, the term “digital nomad” was coined in the late ’90s to define remote workers who leverage technology to become location independent. The values and
Living on the road means that you get to meet some of the most amazing and unique people in the world, with many interesting stories to share. It also means that just as you’ve built some real connections with these people, you’re packing up and moving on
Tbilisi. Say that ten times fast. Actually, I'll be impressed if you can say it even once. Even if you can't pronounce this Georgian capital, if you're a digital nomad, chances are that you've come across the name. Georgia is not the most common travel destination for conventional travelers,
When you find yourself ‘stuck’ in a country and your visa gets frozen three times and a 90-day stay turns into a 365-day one.
If you're visiting Lisbon, it's nearly impossible to miss the majestic castle towering over the city atop São Jorge hill. The Castelo de Sao Jorge is a popular tourist attraction for those visiting Lisbon, but the real charm is in the maze of cobblestone alleyways surrounding it.
What is Coworking and why is it important to digital nomads and remote workers? When I started my journey as a digital nomad we spent a lot of time in coworking spaces, volunteering at startup weekends as mentors and some times we would house sit for the coworking