Life, Travel

Our Digital Nomad Plans

It’s a little over one week until we leave England although this time it wont be for a couple of nights. Instead we’ll be gone for eight weeks, only coming back in August for a conference and a wedding before setting off once again.

We’re hoping to become digital nomads. 

Digital nomads are people who use telecommunications technologies to earn a living and, more generally, conduct their life in a nomadic manner. Such workers typically work remotely—generally from foreign countries, coffee shops, public libraries, co-working spaces and even recreational vehicles—to accomplish tasks and goals that traditionally took place in a single, stationary workplace

We’ve sold our house, sold our car, and sold 90% of our belongings in the hope of being able to balance work and travel long-term.



We’ve invested $99 in a lifetime membership to NomadList. Created by the start up genius that is Pieter Levels. This nifty site allows you to filter destinations based on there ‘nomad rate’ you can also add specific requirements such as ‘Within Europe’ or ‘Gay Friendly’.

It also allows us to chat to other Digital Nomad’s, people who’ve been doing this kind of thing before it even was a thing. As well as being able to track where we’re going, and when we’re going – so you can perhaps meet us? or even just recommend somewhere for us to stay? eat? or see?


How We Plan To Earn Money

To keep up with our adventures be sure to follow me on Twitter & Instagram.

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Also, for the ‘real’ experience be sure to check out our Youtube channel where we’ll be daily vlogging our lives and showing you the good, the bad and the ugly of our Digital Nomad adventure.