Meet David Lowe, founder of Qwerky Coliving in San Diego, who aims to proof that coliving will improve and change life for remote workers & digital nomads!
Today, I want you to meet Shelly, who is my age and is now a nomad, doing what she is passionate about while living in Central America, for now. Soon she will be travelling the world. We both know it.
Allow me to introduce you to exactly what you’re looking for as a digital nomad: San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. A vibrant beach town with tons of energy, San Juan has long been a destination for avid surfers and travellers alike, but in recent years it has begun to grow exponentially, and with no signs of slowing down, San Juan is sure to be the next go-to spot for anyone on the road looking for sun, surf and adventure.
Europe is becoming more and more popular as a summer location for digital nomads all over the world and rightly so. However, there are a few European destinations that attract the attention of digital nomads year-round, one major one being Las Palmas, the bustling capital city of the Canary Islands.
New York and Bali. They’re worlds apart, yet they share similarities. It’s hard to think of any, unless you’ve lived in both. Once you spend enough time in a place, you get to know its personality.
Are you looking to re-design your life, work on projects that you are passionate about and travel the world at the same time? In this interview, I am speaking to Julia, Co-Founder of WiFi Tribe, a community of like-minded traveling entrepreneurs and creatives to find out a bit more of what they do, who this is for and what a day in the life of a WiFi Triber looks like!
Feeling a bit lonely on the road? My thinking is: There are so many more people I could potentially meet compared to back home! I hardly ever feel lonely when travelling, it's really super rare. But if you do, here are a few cool ways to meet and connect with other travellers.