Top Digital Nomad Friendly Airports Worldwide

The Digital Nomad’s Guide to the Top Airports in the World One of the great things about being a digital nomad and living and working anywhere is that you get to travel. Of course, this means spending time in various airports as you go from one glorious destination to the next. So, which ones are best when it comes to … Read More

A Pre-Travel Checklist – Some things to do before traveling

Pre travel list - Live work anywhere

There are a few things I do each time before I leave on a trip to make sure that I have no hiccups and can continue to keep my schedule, life, and work – in continuous flow.  Here is my travel checklist and some tips I’d like to share. 1. Check Schedule & Calendar  Staying productive from anywhere is the … Read More

How baby boomers can work remotely from the Internet

baby boomer on laptop

If you are a baby boomer, then you face some unique issues when it comes to work. Those of you who have had a job for 20 or 30 years (or more) are usually ready to retire, but aren’t necessarily ready to not work either because you don’t want a lot of free time on your hands or you can’t … Read More

Work from Anywhere! The CoWorking Movement

It is estimated that by the year 2020, approximately 50% of the workforce will be working online. While this may offer a large majority of individuals the ability to work from home, this isn’t always the preferable option. Thus, the coworking movement. What is Coworking? Perhaps the best way to describe coworking is to think of it as an office-type … Read More

3 Common Freelance Hiring Nightmares – And How to Avoid Them

Many people have horror stories when it comes to hiring freelancers for services ranging from writing to coding to web design. And, unfortunately, it’s not at all uncommon to hear these types of statements about them as a result: They’re unreliable They lie about the level of job they can take on They disappear without a trace They steal your … Read More

Sense of Community Wherever You are in the World

I like to travel solo and am very independent.  I love having experiences, overcoming the unexpected, challenging myself and figuring things out. I also love that you meet random strangers who become friends in a very short period of time. Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about community and just how important it is to curate. StartupBus I went on … Read More

Got 15 Minutes? You Can Exercise.

This is one of the big difference between travelers and “air commuters”: Travelers think about thing like exercise. They think long-term in terms of travel, and invest their time accordingly. These are the folks you see running on the beach, not laying down and tanning beside it. The good news is, there are lots of gyms all over the world … Read More