What would it be like to be an expert? People would come up to you for advice and be happy to pay for it. Whether it would be for a one-on-one consult, buying your book or purchasing a ticket to your course; if you're an expert, you can make a living. But how do you become an expert? When are you an expert? The answer may surprise you.
One of the first questions people have when they start thinking about becoming a location independent freelancer is ‘How much money do I need?’ Well, you can simply calculate that answer! When you sum it up in your head, you might feel overwhelmed, but when you break it down, you will see that it’s very achievable.
A year ago, I had never considered Bulgaria as a travel destination. Spain & Portugal were high on my list, South Africa to escape the European winter maybe, and who knows, maybe when Europe starts to bore me, I’ll go and discover Asia. Now I’m typing this from a hammock on the porch of Coworking Bansko, while I just had breakfast with a mountain view and considering if I should go rent an ATV later today. And it’s already my second time around here. Welcome to Bulgaria!
My time in Jávea, Spain, has almost come to an end. Two more nights, and I'll be flying back to The Netherlands. Although I'm still planning to do some fun stuff during my last days here, I've done enough to list my favourites here.
It may be our biggest fear; getting a phone call with some devastating news, while you're away travelling. You know it's a risk, you know it could happen, but you just hope for the best and don't spend too much time worrying about it. For me, that phone call came last week.
Co-living is something most people wouldn't consider after they leave college. Sharing everything with others? Little privacy? If you make enough money to live on your own, why would you not? But as a solo traveller, I'd choose co-living over a hotel any time.
Your planning your next adventure, or perhaps you are out somewhere in the world discovering new sights, smells, and sounds. Then you come to a panicked realization: I have lost my passport! Yes, this is bad news. But do not panic! This happens all the time and there are clear guidelines for how to replace your lost or stolen passport.
Obviously, The Travelling Freelancer wouldn't be anything without all the experts contributing both to the magazine and the blog. For example, on the blog you'll find a monthly post with questions for life coach Dina Pyramid! Got your own question? Send us an email and we'll ask her!
Here at The Travelling Freelancer, we're all about helping digital nomads, location independent entrepreneurs and other remote workers. However, there's absolutely no way we know everything about every topic, so we're thrilled to be working with some absolute experts! In the magazine, each issue you will find legal advice from professional lawyer Ben Lambert and from now on, here on the blog you'll find a monthly post with questions for life coach Dina Pyramid! Got your own question? Send us an email and we'll ask her!
We've seen the question time and again: 'I need a new laptop, but what are the alternatives to a MacBook?' So, we asked J. Stotz from Value Nomad to explain us what you should be looking for when shopping for a new device. After all, if you're on this website, it's very likely that your laptop is basically just as essential to your living conditions as the air around you is, so you want to make sure you won't regret your purchase.