Digital Nomads Land
Tales from the Laptops of Travelling Creatives
Welcome to our Digital Nomads page. We started this page because 100 percent of our team work remotely. Some of us are at a fixed base and working from home. Some of us are ex-pats in foreign countries, and a lucky few of us are travelling the world, supporting our travel by working online.
Each of these lifestyles has it’s own challenges and rewards. We want to share them with you here.
If you are a freelancer, remote worker, or full blown Digital Nomad, you are welcome to share your stories too. This is an open resource and free to use. To start the submission process, subscribe to our newsletter below, and say hi via the contact form.
It is time to employ some joined up thinking…
Writers are a weird bunch. They need space from people. Minimal distractions, and isolation. But they also need to be around people, require lot’s of distractions and plenty to do. Maybe it is just me…
If you are a Digital Nomad, or Creative Writer you will be well versed in this dichotomy of being. Here are three cities that will give you everything you want, in a balanced and accesible way.
…and why Dire Straits have already worked out the answers.
Are you a Digital Nomad, or an Illegal Immigrant? The legal definition is very contentious, and the moral argument is really tied up in how you are feeling about that question. Enter the can of worms.
Leaving Gili Air was tough. Island life is addictive. To fully experience the digital nomad lifestyle, I wanted to keep travelling. I had not thought much of Bali after my visit to the south of the island. Could the north change my mind? I set off with a mate that I had met in Pai to find out. This is what we found…
After a month in Thailand, it was time to move on. So how is Digital Nomad life in Indonesia? First Stop Gili Air.
After the hustle and bustle of Chiang Mai, it was time to get out into the mountains. Pai had come up in conversation a number of times. I was about to find out why. Read more for a quick start guide for Digital Nomads heading to the mystical mountain town of Pai
Top Ten Tips on how to ride the road to Pai, without eating dirt!
If you need a fast guide to where to go in Chiang Mai, look no further. This quick start list highlights some of the key accommodation, eateries, workspaces and things to do in your first few days. It is not an exhaustive list by any means, but it will get you up and running in one of the coolest Digital Nomad destinations in Thailand.
I am learning that Digital Nomad life is not all hostels, coffee shops and Millenials. There are plenty of executive-level nomads who are looking to enrich their lives by broadening their horizons. I know of at least two Managing Directors who are planning a 6-month working-break away from the UK. So what are the top Luxury Digital Nomad destinations? – I planned to visit at least two. The first is Cempedak Island. You can read my review here…
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