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For nomad writers and bloggers and wannabe’s , a category about the the practical side of blogging and/or writing while traveling. As a professional blogger I take you along my journey of experimenting, learning and gaining knowledge. If you cannot find the answer to your question here, please contact me.

Give up your Job to become a fulltime Traveller? I say no!

Give up your Job to become a fulltime Traveller? I say no!

Finally I’m not the only one anymore that preaches some realism into the full-time traveller or digital nomad lifestyle. The happy-ever-all-day-sunshine-model is slowly disappearing for a more down to earth view on the life of a wanderer. And I’m glad. I have heard to many stories of backpackers on their endless travel having to beg for food, and nomads failing in raising enough money for their trip home. And some of them finally start to write about it on the…

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10 Tips on how to spent Christmas while Solo Traveling

10 Tips on how to spent Christmas while Solo Traveling

Solo travelling is a blessing to those who travel that way. No company, only the company of chosen strangers for a little while and no agenda of someone else to attend to. You just go about your own way, whenever, where ever you like. That is why some people love solo travel, it can be so much more intens than when travelling with company. But it can also be intens lonely, specially during christmas time when all advertisement is about…

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Bursitis every Nomads Nightmare

Bursitis every Nomads Nightmare

When typing this article I’m on the road for a 5 weeks backpacking trip and working while traveling as usual. And I suffer from bursitis. It is an old injury that remained after neglecting an earlier case of shoulder inflammation. I can tell you: it is a backpackers worst nightmare and a mega setback for working on the road when you get bursitis or anything like that. You are forced to take it easy and rest your shoulder and that…

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Tips on how to redefine yourself

Tips on how to redefine yourself

Even nomads, living a dream-life to some of those sitting in their 9-5 cubicles, hit a brick wall every now and then. Due to circumstances on the road or in their personal life. Life consists of ups and downs. Sometimes you may face a moment when you’re unable to feel happy. Maybe that is a good time to change the main concepts of your life for better. Now if you are in that office job, or any other job wishing…

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Sex and Travel, how do I as a solo female traveller stay safe

Sex and Travel, how do I as a solo female traveller stay safe

Exotic men, strange places, incognito status, maybe even, starry nights and a full moon….all ingredients for a romantic night are there when you travel. Travel takes you out of your comfort zone and right into your dare devil state of mind. After all as a solo female traveller you know your way around? Too much confidence and too much lonely nights can be very complicated to handle as a single on the road. Well at least for me it is….

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Refocussing a Skill every Global Nomad should have

Refocussing a Skill every Global Nomad should have

The most important skill, besides your online work abilities, that a global nomad needs to have is to be able to refocus. Every airport brings a new home and every seaport new faces and friends and every town new workspace. You are in constant movement and constant adjusting. And you are not only a nomad because you do not have a home to return to, you are also a nomad because you constantly shift in your mind. When you live…

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Empaths and Travel

Empaths and Travel

I’m an Empath. Having said that I know that deserves some explanation. The restlessness in me and the huge amount of time I need to spent on lonely beaches away from the crowd, in total solitude are my 2 points by which I know I’m different. In order to calm my mind I need to be able to see the horizon. And that same horizon beckons me to discover, to not be bored, to explore, to dare step away from…

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