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Rolling Remote With Wayne Saucier

Wayne Saucier and his family fully embrace the digital nomad lifestyle. He and his wife sold all of their belongings and hit the road with their 4-year-old and 2-year-old in tow. They’ve spent time in Canada, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia, before riding out the current COVID-19 pandemic in a slightly more permanent spot in Mexico. …

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Rolling Remote With Alexandra Dima

Alexandra Dima called Bucharest, Romania home for the past 13 years, but she and her husband Andrei are ready for a new location. Together, they’re using the perks of remote work to help them discover the place they’d like to call home next. Alexandra is a digital project manager and Andrei is a travel photographer; …

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Rolling Remote With Ariana Lum

Ariana brings a palette of pastels to the remote workforce. She’s a graphic designer by trade, and embraces the remote work lifestyle by working from her bed, the local coffee shop, or her native Hawaii. When it’s time to mix things up, she embarks on solo travel adventures — iPhone in hand to illustrate the …

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Rolling Remote With Beatriz Afonso Santos

Beatriz Afonso Santos has embraced the digital nomad lifestyle wholeheartedly: She’s currently based in Brazil but has spent the past several years taking in the sights and lifestyles of numerous locations. “In the past five years I have been working from many diverse places, including a trailer in the middle of the woods in Vancouver …

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Rolling Remote With Emily Breuninger

When your Instagram handle is @restless_emily, you’d better have the ability to move from place to place with ease. Luckily for Emily Breuninger, her work in partnerships at Zapier allows her to travel as often as she pleases. In this case, that means that she’s traveling full-time — she literally doesn’t have a home address. …

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How Remote Workers Should Prepare for a Day Away From Their Home Office

The thought of working outside an office almost creates an instant Pavlovian response nowadays due to many generations slaving away in boring or chaotic office settings. Far too many people still have to work in office cubicles and deal with typical politics. Remote work opportunities are now more evolved than ever, making it possible to …

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Rolling Remote With Lasma Berg

With two remote jobs, Lasma’s remote work life is a busy one. She works for Financer.com, a financial-tech company, as an executive country manager and is the founder of Remote Nest, a site that helps people set up a remote career and improve their digital marketing skills. Lasma takes full advantage of the remote work …

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The Best Travel Gifts for Digital Nomads

Is there a remote worker in your life who’s getting ready to travel the world? There are certain travel essentials that they will definitely want to have when they hit the road. Here is a rundown of the coolest gifts to pick up for your favorite digital nomad. Noise cancelling headphones Besides their laptop, headphones …

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Rolling Remote With Tammie Figlinski

Tammie is a remote social media manager and owner of Lost My Desk, a program that inspires and teaches people the skills needed to become a remote social media manager. A nine-year remote work veteran, Tammie shares photos of her journey and her experience working remotely where the biggest pro for her is the fact …

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Remote Jobs That Are Perfect for People Who Love to Travel

Have you wanted to travel more, but just can’t find the time? The good news is that working from home greatly opens your schedule and makes your dreams of traveling the world easier than ever. Thousands of people have made the jump and ditched the office for a more flexible lifestyle. And while most remote jobs …

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Find Coworking Companies With Locations All Over the World

Demand for coworking spaces grows every year, and coworking chains offer many attractive benefits for workers with remote jobs. They have locations all over the world and excellent, consistent amenities that let you be productive no matter where you are in the world. There are several different companies that truly have global locations. They offer …

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How to Become a Digital Nomad and Travel and Work Remotely in 2019

For some, it’s the ultimate lifestyle. When you can travel from place to place affordably, take in some of the most amazing places on the planet, and earn your living at the same time, you’ve got complete freedom. When you travel and work remotely, you’re joining the digital nomad tribe, a growing group of freelancers, …

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What You Should Know Before Signing Up to Travel the US and Work From a Van

Many remote workers are embracing alternative lifestyles and satisfying their wanderlust thanks to increased job flexibility. Since working remotely lets you work from anywhere, many workers are choosing to travel the US by van while they maintain their careers. Van life can be incredibly freeing, but it also has its challenges. The most important element …

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4 Co-Living Spaces Created for Digital Nomads

One big reason people love the idea of working remotely is the freedom it brings. As long as you have an Internet connection, you can literally work from anywhere in the world. If you’re currently working remotely from home but dream of working in an international city, it’s time to explore your options. Co-living for digital …

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Rolling Remote With Samantha Urioste

As a freelancer Samantha (or Sam) works on various marketing and project management jobs from wherever she happens to be living that moment. Rather than spending money on a fancy home office, she travels, working from coffee shops in cities like Lima, Bogota, NYC, and Santa Fe. “Basing myself in a city for one month …

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How to Maximize Your Time While Traveling and Working Remotely

Working remotely has many perks, but when you find yourself traveling and facing down a deadline, the pressure is on. Between the hustle and bustle of fellow travelers, the disruption to your schedule, and the loss of your comfortable workspace, you might find it difficult to get work done. With a little planning, though, you can find …

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The Best Mobile WiFi Hot Spots for International Travel

The one essential ingredient to a successful career working remotely is a strong internet connection. If you’re traveling while working, or spending extended periods of time in an exciting international city, you’re dead in the water without strong mobile WiFi. It’s incredibly important to find the best hot spots for international travel and remote work …

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How to Take Your Home Office on the Road

You’ve finally done it; you’ve become a remote worker. Whether this means you’re working a traditional job with the flexibility to work from home as much as you like or you’ve self-employed, the ability to work remotely opens up a world of new possibilities. While having a perfectly equipped home office is great, one of the main reasons …

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Rolling remote with Andrew Blomberg

Andrew works remotely for International Insurance, an international insurance brokerage. The company is based in Boston, but Andrew and his girlfriend chose to escape the cold, heading south for the winter to work remotely. When Andrew contacted Remoter, he was working from Florida, but plans to continue making his way around the US, chronicling his …

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Rolling remote with Sophie McAulay

Sophie has been working remotely for less than a year, but in that time, she’s covered a lot of ground. Originally from Sydney, she’s travelled around Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala, the United States, Turkey, and the Ukraine. When she’s not exploring new cities around the world, she works as a growth and content strategist for …

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Rolling remote with Melanie Walker

Melanie runs her own online CBD business, which allows her to make a living while traveling the world. To date, she’s been traveling for over 2 1/2 years, visiting places like Chile, Canada, and Bali. “I’ve seen so many amazing places, and my bucket list is still getting bigger and bigger. But the amazing thing …

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How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work Remotely

With the increasing number of remote workers globally, it’s no surprise that you are among the many who wish to undergo this liberating transition from working in the office to the freedom of working remotely. We love the many benefits of working remotely and we hope the information we give you here, will help you convince your existing boss …

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Tips to Make Traveling and Working Remotely Affordable

If you’re like us, the idea of traveling and working remotely probably sounds like a dream come true. But for the average person, the cost of travel is usually enough to stop them from even looking into the idea. What would you say if we told you that traveling while working remotely doesn’t have to be as …

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Gear Items You’ll Need If You Want to Travel and Work Remotely

The transition from working in the office to working on the road is quite a big adjustment. Suddenly you are going from an environment where your employer has provided all the tools you need to do your job, to one where you are furnishing your entire office. On top of the normal office equipment, you …

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Best Places to Travel and Work Remotely in International Cities

Whether you’re on your first international work-cation or are an experienced digital nomad, there’s guaranteed to be a period of adjustment after you arrive in a new city–especially when that new city is in a new country. Whether you’re traveling in the US or internationally, the first couple days are all about scoping out your …

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5 Things You Need to Do Before Taking the Leap to Travel and Work Remotely

If you’ve been fantasizing about a life of sandy beaches, exotic locales, or backpacking across Europe all while making a living as you work remotely, it might be time to stop dreaming and start living. Thanks to technological advancements, remote working opportunities are on the rise. In addition, the people who have adopted remote work overwhelmingly say …

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Rolling remote with Nate Smith

With one foot in a traditional office and the other in his camper van, Nate is part of the 43 percent of Americans who work remotely at least some of the time. Nate owns Smith Law Firm, a law practice specializing in real estate, homeowners associations, environment, and public lands. He often clocks in from …

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Rolling remote with Missy Davies

Running a successful business while living abroad is what many Remoters dream of. Missy does just that. As an American living in Italy, she makes her living running a Facebook ad agency called Social Factor Marketing. She works with small businesses–particularly those in the health and fitness industry–to generate leads for their business. When she’s …

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Best Places to Work Remotely in Major US Cities

When you work remotely, one of the biggest benefits is the ability to take your work with you, allowing you to visit family, friends, and new places. An impressive 85 percent of Remoters report that travel flexibility is one of the biggest pros of working remotely. The idea of hopping from city to city sounds …

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7 Best International Cities for Traveling and Working Remotely in 2019

Whether you’re a newbie to the idea of traveling while working, or you’re a digital nomad looking for the next stop, choosing where to go can be challenging. You’ve got to take into account the cost of living, WiFi speed, and lifestyle, then consider more serious things like safety, healthcare, and air quality. Several of …

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Rolling remote with Leilani Franklin-Apted

Leilani is the head of experience at Unsettled, an organization that runs coworking and coliving retreats all over the world. She works with the team of trip leaders to design what living Unsettled looks like. Bangkok is her home base, but pops in on retreats around the world to live, work, and adventure with the …

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Rolling remote with Becca Siegel

Becca is one half of HalfHalfTravel (we profiled the other half, here), a travel blog filled with guides, advice, and the kind of travel photos that make you wonder what you’re doing sitting at a desk. When she’s not running the blog, Becca is a lifestyle photographer specializing in proposals, engagements, and fashion. Becca checked …

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Rolling remote with Megan Kujawa

Megan is the head of marketing at No Desk Project, a program that takes remote professionals out of the 9-to-5 grind by immersing them in work and travel experiences in places like Bali, India, and Argentina. In addition to setting up housing and a workspace, each trip has a theme–so you can focus on volunteer …

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Rolling remote with Hannah Ballard

Hannah is a freelance content writer and community-builder, whose currently on a multi-year journey around the world. Since leaving her home in England in 2016, she’s made her way across four continents to her 18th and current home base: Melbourne, Australia. For most of 2018, she worked in the passenger seat of a camper van, but …

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Rolling remote with Jonathan Kalan

Jonathan is the co-founder of Unsettled, a remote working community that facilitates work-based experiences in destinations like Bali, Peru, and Argentina. The team at Unsettled makes working and traveling abroad easy by organizing participants’ housing, workspaces, and activities. Even when he’s not traveling with the Unsettled community, Jonathan truly lives the lifestyle. He’s visited over …

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Rolling remote with Jennifer Amenta

Whether she’s collecting vintage pieces for her jewelry collection, Jennifer Elizabeth, or working with clients as a graphic designer, Jenn’s specialty is her high level of creativity and developed sense of what sells. Jenn is based in NYC, but is currently on Remote Year‘s four-month program traveling around Central and South America. She checks in with …

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Rolling remote with Dan Gold

For Dan, it wasn’t enough to clock in from his home in NYC, he wanted to take his work on the road. He joined Remote Year, a work and travel program for people who work remotely and is currently traveling through South America. Travel provides plenty of inspiration for his work as a freelance photographer and …

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Rolling remote with Nadia Steinbrecher

From 9-to-5, Nadia works as a registered dietitian, but in her downtime, she sews and sells ski masks through her Etsy shop LycraUnincorporated (Note: the “Zombie Catpocalypse” is too good to pass up). Nadia lives the adventure-driven, mountain lifestyle herself; clocking in from campsites and riding her mountain bike over her lunch break. When she’s not climbing, skiing, …