Welcome to our World

We are a band of digital nomads and freelancers that have unlocked the door to paradise. By creating a mobile office, we are able to do our work as efficiently – and in some cases more so – from anywhere in the world.  We’ve broken free from hovering supervisors, backbreaking swivel chairs and long commutes to work and are actually making more money than we were before – doing the same thing.

Cool, right? If working from anywhere in the world and being paid to travel sounds attractive to you, read on…

This site has been specifically tailored to help others create a digital nomad and/or freelance career by providing the tools and information needed to get started, be productive and find a huge network of clients. Basically, if you’re a copywriter, blogger, social media marketer, coder or web designer, you can work from anywhere!  Your skillset is in high demand and you don’t need to be tied down to a single location to achieve your clients’ goals.

If you already work as a freelancer online, this site has heaps of resources for cool new gadgets, great suggestions for destinations to work from and links to find even more work.  If you’re thinking of taking the plunge, hopefully this site will be a helpful tool to convince you that it’s the raddest decision you’ll ever make.   We’ll walk you through the pros and cons to become a digital nomad, take you through the equipment you’ll need to get started and give you advice on how to cut the cord and start living your life.

Freedom from commuting

Freedom from commuting

The average commute to work in the US is 50 minutes per day. That’s more than five full working weeks per year spent alone in your car or crammed into a train like a sardine. As freelancers, we get paid by the hour; so that extra time spent working could actually fund a month in Paris.

Freedom of location

Freedom of location

You can work full-time while traveling. Which is by far the most attractive aspect of the freelancer lifestyle – being remote. I can work in a mountainous cabin, a café in Paris or a beach bungalow in Thailand. You get to explore different cuisines and cultures, make diverse friends from all around the world, and immerse yourself into alternative ways of life – all while earning money.

Freedom to choose your coworkers

Freedom to choose your coworkers

One of the perks of being a digital nomad is you have complete control of your daily setting. If you find a café that draws too many hipsters, you can go to a new one tomorrow. If you find a WeWork that is located right next to a yoga studio, you can post up near a window and people watch the hotties while you’re plugging away.

Freedom of schedule

Freedom of schedule

Another great perk of being a digital nomad is that you get to make your own schedule. You can elect to take on as much work as you can handle or as little as you want. You choose whether you work 10 hours a week or 50 hours a week depending on your lifestyle needs.

Financial freedom

Financial freedom

Not only can you save money by getting rid of your car or by living in less expensive countries, you can also earn more as a freelancer as well. You choose your clients, you set your rate of pay, you choose where and when you work, which software you’ll use, when you’ll take a vacation and for how long.

Freedom to live an adventure

Freedom to live an adventure

There are different types of digital nomads. Some maintain a home base and use their flexibility to take amazing trips at their discretion. Others live more of a vagabond lifestyle, hauling backpacks and laptops around the globe feasting on different cultures, food and adventures. Still others chase the whether for several months at a time and live in only 2 or 3 places each year.