18th Century thriller set mainly in Stockholm
Where Can I Find Wifi? Work Anywhere, Travel Forever
Genre(s): Travelogue, Nonfiction
Do you want to join the digital nomad community and live a location independent life by working remotely?
Do you want to travel the world indefinitely, setting up your office in cafes with views of crystal clear waters in Greece, guesthouses with mountain views in the Rockies, next to a mouthwatering bowl of fresh Gnocchi in Italy, or anywhere you can get the bloody wifi connection to work?
You might have seen expensive courses or trendy Instagram accounts giving advice how to work remotely and travel forever. These might have been filled with images of computers on beaches, touting how easy it is to work less and roll around in your hoards of sweet, sweet cash. But, when you read this book, you’ll realize keeping sand out of your keyboard when you go to the beach is really hard.
In this book, you’ll learn how Kayla has travelled around the world for over five years from the Ashrams of India to the ruins of Greece, teaching herself the skills she needed to start a successful online career.
You’ll also learn:
– How Kayla saved enough to take a one-year backpacking trip when she was making less than 40k a year.
– How the author grows, rather than depletes, her savings account while she travels the world.
– How you can volunteer or work abroad.
– How the author went from being broke in London to starting two successful businesses and how you can apply your skills and experience to a digital nomad career.
– The options for going remote including freelancing, starting your own business, teaching online, and more.
– How the author, a self-described terrible decision maker, chooses where to live, and what to pack.
– How to answer questions like, ‘when are you going to get a real job?’
This book isn’t filled with empty promises of how easy it’s going to be to work 5 hours a week and become a millionaire while you yacht around the world. It’s a realistic account of a girl who works 20-ish hours a week… more or less… depending on how many weird festivals are on. If you’re serious about starting a sustainable digital nomad lifestyle, this is the book for you.
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