Giada Camerra17 articles
Italian-born girl but child of the world at heart. I've spent the last years in between countries, acquiring a MA degree and working as a freelance writer and translator. My credos are pasta, travels and human connections.View stories
Jessica London10 articles
My goal in life has always been to never stop learning. Travel, in many ways, has been the ultimate teacher. The inspiration, strength, and compassion that exploring provides its students is unmatched. My hope is to provide others with the courage and knowledge to live their digital nomad dream.View stories
Rich Francis9 articles
Rich is a travel writer and full-time traveler. He's slept on rattling trains in Rajasthan, skied snowy mountains in the Alps, surfed breaks in Mexico and Bali, and explored more places than he can remember! When he's not in the ocean or on a mountain somewhere, you'll usually find him searching for the nearest curry house, craft beer joint, or jazz bar.View stories
Alisdair Mans Cornwell6 articles
Having escaped both the cold sterile white walls of an office and, inadvertently, the clutches of Brexit civil war back in 2016, I took on the big wide world of travelling and digital nomadship on a whim in search of sun, sea, beer, and smelly hostels.
Since then, I’ve found the sun to be overrated after being sunburnt to oblivion in Australia, the sea to be fun until you nosedive into the sand following an evil dumpy wave, and smelly hostels to be smellier than anything ever in the world.
Still, something continues to draw me to it – perhaps it’s my reluctance to grow up or my insistence to never go back to the sterile white walls of an office ever again.View stories
Natasha Taylor6 articles
I've been travelling ever since I was little. My parents gave me the travel bug. All my life I've been either saving to travel or figuring out a way to earn money while travelling and become a digital nomad.View stories
Steve Talbot4 articles
Having served in the armed forces, I have traveled to some of the more remote parts of the world and loved it. However, after leaving there, I found myself bound to an employer for too long.
I have managed to become a self-sufficient digital nomad, living life how it should be - outdoors!View stories
Tasha Prados4 articles
Tasha is a bilingual and multicultural strategist with ten years of international project management, communications, and marketing experience with the world’s leading brands, agencies, and organizations. She helps nonprofits, social enterprises, small businesses, and entrepreneurs maximize their impact through branding and marketing consulting. Tasha went nomad in 2019, and spends her free time indulging her passion for travel writing. A returned Peace Corps Volunteer who worked in rural Peru for over two years, Tasha constantly struggles between her desire to make authentic local connections and rough it off the beaten path, her (legitimate) need for infrastructure, and the (guilt-inducing) bougie tastes she’s acquired from having a good salary and being old. Follow her travels on Instagram at @t.prad.View stories
Stacie Allan1 articles
For two years after my PhD, I felt stuck in a punishing daily routine, at the bottom of a career ladder, on a particular life path, and in a city I wasn’t exactly fond of. I realised I needed time off the career treadmill. So, I decided to quit my job and increase my freelance translation workload. And then the vision expanded. What if I could take advantage of the flexibility of being freelance? What if I could convince my husband to quit his job too? What if we could create a life that would allow us to see more of the world
Since September 2018, I have been travelling full time as an international house sitter in Europe and Asia. When I’m not rescuing kittens from trees in Germany (this actually happened) or hiking up mountains with canine company in Korea, I work as a writer, translator, and online English teacher.View stories