A digital Nomad in Phuket

Thailand’s largest island Phuket is a Mecca for the beach enthusiasts and scuba fans alike. Visitors rave about the white sandy beaches and deep blue lagoons that grace this almost dream-line surreal coastline. The centre of the island reaches towards the sky with picturesque mountains adorned with waterfalls, palm trees and Buddhist temples. You will also find world class Hotels, Golf courses, Muay Thai boxing gyms and modern shopping centres that offer everything under the sun. A visit to Phuket can be a simply magical experience for backpackers and tourists, but how does…

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Ever considered teaching online? Create a passive revenue stream with Udemy

Do you have a unique skill or ability that can be conveyed over a series of lectures? Well Udemy could be for you! Udemy is a marketplace for online learning. Unlike the rigidity of a traditional educational program, Udemy provides a platform for skill sharing of any kind. Experts create courses which can be offered to the public, either at zero cost or for a small tuition fee. Using the tools on the Udemy website, Instructors can produce a series of lectures, market to potential students and create a passive revenue stream. The Udemy website boasts over…

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Internet and Mobile Internet in South East Asia

Are you a Digital Nomad and thinking about visiting Cambodia, Thailand or any other country in South East Asia? Would you like to know the internet or mobile broadband you can expect to find? Well here is a definitive guide to Broadband and Mobile internet per country,     Cambodia A popular destination with Backpackers and Nomads alike, Cambodia has 28 ISP’s (Internet Service Providers) who over broadband across the country and 5 MSP’s (Mobile service providers) offering a range of telecommunications services (lists below). Cambodia ranks 85th worldwide for broadband, with…

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Digital Nomad in Whistler

Whistler, first founded in 1966 is the largest ski resort in North America. Whistler draws people from all over the world to British Columbia’s stunning Fitzsimmons range of mountains and it’s no wonder. With 200 plus on-piste Ski runs it’s easily 50% bigger than its nearest competitor on this continent. Add to this a stunning village area that includes hotels, bars, restaurants and a variety of retail outlets, there is something to offer for everyone. If winter-sport isn’t your thing, then for a Summer destination Whistler also scores top marks…

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Spain for the Digital Nomad

With nearly 65 million visitors from all over the world every year, Spain is a destination of choice for holidaymakers worldwide. Attracted by its wealth of culture, beautiful sandy beaches and over 300 days of sunshine its no wonder so many choose to visit this unique country. Spain can also be a perfect destination to visit for any Digital Nomad, here’s why; Communications Network- Spain now has an extensive and reliable ADSL broadband network offering 20Mb across most of the country with Fibre connections available in major towns and Cities. 3g/4G LTE…

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Bahamas for the Digital Nomad

Fancy a Caribbean break? Try the Bahamas. Beautiful beaches and warm climate are two of the reasons why you wouldn’t regret a stay on one or more of the idyllic islands of the Bahamas. The Commonwealth of the Bahamas, is an island country of the Lucayan Archipelago consisting of more than 700 islands in the Atlantic Ocean to the east of the Florida coastline. The island of new providence has the highest population and the location of the capital, Nassau. Bahamas facts for the Digital Nomad Communications network – Clearly the most important…

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Essential computer tools for the freelance traveller

Whether you are freelancing across the globe, travelling for work or having to do a spot of work whilst on holiday, I recommend you look at the following tools to make your life easier. Speedify –  Combine your 3G/4G mobile network, WiFi and wired connections to get higher speeds. Using technology known as Channel bonding it combines all available internet connections for increased throughput and redundancy. Channel bonding makes it possible to spread individual packets amongst multiple Internet connections. By splitting all your web traffic at the packet-level even large single socket transfers such…

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Morzine, a perfect Ski resort for the Digital Nomad

Ski Season Anyone? Try Morzine. Are you a Freelance or Telecommuting Professional and a winter season in the French Alps sounds appealing? Well Morzine has the infrastructure to be perfect for any Digital Nomad. Located just a 45 minute drive from Geneva Airport and in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, Morzine is ideally located to provide easy access to transport links and one of the biggest ski areas on the planet! The town of Avoriaz, just a few short ski-lifts away comes in at number 6 most snowiest resorts in Europe…

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Freelancer working on the move

Travelling with an income Over the past 7 years I have met many people who mange to make a success of travelling the world whilst keeping a work at home or freelance job going. There are a few insights I will share that should help anyone looking to do this, and save a great deal of stress in the long run. I would never recommend anyone telecommute on the go unless you are already an established remote worker as you could end up stranded with no source of income in a foreign land….

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The 6 mantras for a successful home office

Moving from the office to home? Working from home can be very tough to start with. I, like many, struggled with my own personal motivation and time management. I presumed it would be the same as sitting in the office, but without a long commute….. How wrong I was! The usual deadline opposing chatter such as a colleague telling you about their amazing weekend, or their new car can make the office seem filled with distractions. You will be amazed how much easier they were to deal with than the distractions of being at home….

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