For starters, what is a digital nomad?
According to; ‘digital nomads are people who are location independent and use technology to perform their job.’ The ‘hard core’ or ‘original’ nomads effectively form two categories, techies truly working remotely and travel bloggers. However, there’s now a relatively new breed of nomads that are running virtual businesses, selling anything and everything you can think off. Everyday more and more people are finding new ways to adopt this lifestyle, making their dreams a reality (as cheesy as it may sound). The point is, they all have a skill or an idea that enables them to work completely remotely. Based on the type of work, nomads will have clients and/or customers that allow them to generate a passive income that then supports the lifestyle.
We get into more detail about what working remotely means and entails on a separate page, but more or less, working remotely means as long as you have a WiFi connection you can work anywhere in the world. Whether you want that to be on a beach in Bali, in the middle of New York City or just in the comfort of your own home.