The nomad lifestyle is gaining momentum, and more and more people are becoming location independent to travel the world while working online. When I visit my family and old friends in Spain, they always say: “How lucky you are to be a digital nomad and travel the world.” Then I always ask the same: “Why don’t you guys do that?”, and the answer is always:…
This post is pretty much a personal reflection on technology, how we use it, how we have integrated it in our daily lives, and an open question about whether we are leading it to the right direction.
Rijeka is a perfect spot for digital nomads. If you are on a budget, it may not be as cheap as South-East Asia, but can still be quite affordable if you are careful with the restaurants. If you are looking for a warm and interesting place in Europe to spend the cold winter months, it doesn’t get any better than Rijeka.
Based on my experience, in this post I explain how to self-publish your first book, the indie way, from a markdown document to published e-Book and paperback editions on Amazon KDP.
In this post, I discuss the loneliness of the digital nomad lifestyle. Often cited as one of the main woes of digital nomads, especially those who travel alone, loneliness can become a problem even for the most introverted person.