Insights on Remote Working, Digital Nomadism & Freelancing

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A little disclaimer on the following: I am by no means an “expert” in any of the following fields.

I began my career several years ago. Back then, I was a freelance copywriter. Fast forward many years later and I’ve learned a lot. I’ve learned to love the digital world, the impact of powerful content, the nitty-gritty of coding websites.

What’s more, I’ve learned that I can do this work from anywhere.

Whether you’re an aspiring digital nomad or simply want to avoid a two-hour daily commute, I hope the following insights can help you on your path to location independence.

Have any ideas? Questions? Feel free to contact me.

Insights on…

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Remote Working

I’ve been working remotely for most of my career. Most people tend to start their careers in-office and then transition to a more flexible arrangement. I did it the other way around. I tried out the full-time office life and will fully admit that it just wasn’t for me. While telecommuting is quite natural for me, I understand that this isn’t the case for others. That’s why I’m ready to share my tips, tricks and insights on how to successfully work from anywhere.

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I’m something of an on-and-off digital nomad. I enjoy taking my laptop and traveling to far-flung places, experiencing life in different parts of the world… but I also have a place that I call home. In the last few years, I’ve seen this growing trend and it still fascinates me. While I consider myself more of a “part time” nomad, even this status has brought me a few interesting insights.

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I started my career as a freelancer. While I prefer full-time work, I believe that the attitude you develop as a self-employed person is invaluable. Even if you work full-time. Things change so fast nowadays that even non-freelancers need to maintain an entrepreneurial mindset. There is only one person in charge of your career – and that’s you.