FOLLOW YOUR DREAM JOB: TOP TRAVEL JOBS & INSPIRATION FOR GLOBETREKKING, CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS

Hey nomads! It’s always a treat when we get to feature one of our own…and this time around it’s Natalie, a freelance copywriter and editor based out of Dublin, Ireland (but in true nomad

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We have an introduction to make. She’s a long-time nomad who has recently made even more of her work-to-travel dreams come true…on the shores of Australia’s stunning Gold Coast! We’re so glad to have her on

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“Twenty years ago, a Hitachi executive named Tsugio Makimoto predicted a revolution. ‘In the future,’ he wrote, ‘high-speed wireless networks and low-cost mobile devices will break the link between occupation and location.’ The authors also couldn’t

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I first made the move to Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada in June 2013. It was my first time living overseas and I may have had a breakdown (or three) prior to the trip.

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Hello, nomads! In this new installment of ‘Meet Your Fellow Nomads,’ we bring you real-life inspiration from the road, by other travelers – just like you! – that are successfully creating a life of

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  “We travel, some of us forever, to seek other places, other lives, other souls.” – Anais Nin You’re one of us. Your collection of National Geographic magazines is to be envied. You bawled like a

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In-laws have been tricky since the dawn of time. I can imagine back in the caves of our ancestors, those first awkward campfire dinners taking place, during which the caveman’s parents would meet the

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We’re thrilled to introduce fellow nomad Chelsey Perron as the newest member of MDN’s editorial team! Her impressive travel background, work history and interest in the nomadic travel life makes her a perfect fit

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Now hear this: You don’t have to be an expert programmer or travel to a new country every week to embrace the digital nomad lifestyle. Many do, but the definition has now become much

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Remote Year II: Travel the World While Working Remotely Launches February 1, 2016 Remote Year will go to 12 different locations, one month each. There will be 3 legs of the trip: South America 1) Montevideo, Uruguay

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My Passive-Immersive Method for Language Learning When I first moved to China in 2005, I came across a challenge in learning Chinese. I quickly realized that the Chinese I was learning from my well-meaning private tutor

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Learn to Earn Abroad Photo Contest Submit your best travel photos for a chance to win prizes from GoAbroad.com to help build skills to make money while traveling. ‘We’re looking for photos that include

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Within the United States: If you relocated to take a new job, you can — and should — deduct your expenses, if you pass these two IRS tests: Your new job must be at least 50

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Thanks to Intentional Travelers for including MDN in their new round-up of online resources to find meaningful and creative work-to-travel opportunities in amazing destinations: “This post was originally written when we were finishing up Peace Corps

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I hate bureaucracy. I mean, I really hate it. I’m still waiting on one country to get back to me after submitting several thousand dollars worth of official signed, sealed and then re-sealed documents…and

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Modern-Day Nomads are a diverse group. Whether they are early career explorers, seeking their place in the world, mid-career millennials looking for alternatives to corporate living, or even those later down the career path,

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Rough translation: “With between 250 to 500 daily visits, the site of Tiffany Owens responds to those looking for circular work. The Modern Day Nomads is a job search engine to nomads. Tiffany was

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Calling all nomads! My name is David Polanzak and I’m a Television Producer. My company is currently putting together a show on the lives of modern day nomads—those who eschew the trappings of conventional living

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Twenty-Three Days at Sea Travelling Artist Residency Access Gallery invites submissions for its new Travelling Artist Residency Program, in partnership with Burrard Arts Foundation and with Contraste agence d’art, titled Twenty-Three Days at Sea. Unlike

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