When we booked our one-way tickets to Singapore, I hadn’t researched about what to see, do, and eat. I had, however, seen a photo of the most impressive hotel in the world – and that’s where I wanted to go.
Singapore, the island nation with a ban on gum and spitting, utterly radical architecture, and mandatory death for drug possession. This was the first stop in our 2017 chapter as digital nomads.
Being a digital nomad is an adventure, sometimes when you’d prefer it wasn’t. Returning to Sweden for Christmas should have taken just 10 hours. Instead, it took 30.
In 24 hours, we’ll be boarding an airplane back to Sweden – and back to winter! If you can believe it, I’m actually looking forward to both. Here’s what I’m most excited about.
Life on Fuerteventura has been moving along the past couple of weeks in the way of work, surfing, visitors, adventure! Now in our final days here, we are going to explore another island for its nomad viability.
Finally, the full story – doubts and all – of how I quit my job for a life on my terms. My hope is to inspire others to trust enough in themselves to pursue their own ambitions.
Which of your worldly possessions can’t you live with you? Would they earn a spot in your luggage for nine months of travel? Here’s what made the cut for my nine months of nomad living.
As I’ve said before, unexpected things can happen when the whole world is your oyster. New Zealand had always been our unquestioned destination for the first months of 2017. But then something happened.
Even though I’m no longer living in Haarlem, I still think of its 14 secret gardens, charming little green oases of calm and solitude. Visiting these Dutch “hofjes” is a must for Haarlem sightseeing.