Premiere of Plan Sea – Saturday 29.02.2020
Feb26

Premiere of Plan Sea – Saturday 29.02.2020

This Saturday February 29 we’re proud to present the premiere of Plan Sea, live to air from This Is It in Arambol, Goa. The venue is fitting as much writing from Plan Sea and lasting connections have come from This Is It over the past two-plus years. The Plan Sea Premiere includes a radio / Melbourne DJ takeover from 2-6pm local time. PLAN SEA – SERIES PREMIERE29.02.2020 (Leap Year)@ This Is It, Arambol Beach2-6pm –...

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Procrastination During Life on the Road
Feb17

Procrastination During Life on the Road

It took many years to figure out that it’s best to put primary focus into one main project or task at a time. Even after eliminating most of my projects and responsibilities, I still have way too many projects, but it’s trending in the right direction. For starters, when I lock into something it’s the primary focus, undisturbed by fleeting ideas, social media, sports or news. The coming future of life looks to...

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How to Monetize your Blog with SteemPress
Oct16

How to Monetize your Blog with SteemPress

Steemit – Blockchain’s first, and biggest, social network The holy grail of a nomadic blogging career is the point you begin to monetize your blog. We’re happy to report that here at DigitalNomad.Blog, we have started earning our first regular (micro)payments for our quality, original writing. You’ve no doubt been presented with numerous how-to lists about blog monetization, and what you need to do to monetize...

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The Ultimate Digital Nomad Desk Tech Kit
Sep25

The Ultimate Digital Nomad Desk Tech Kit

As a perennial traveller, without access to a lovely ergonomically-friendly desk setup wherever you are in the world, life can be tough. Searing backache from a day working from your laptop in bed. Too many power cords not enough plugs/adapters. Suddenly finding yourself having to do work from your phone when your laptop screen cracks and you can’t figure out where the hell to repair it. 3 years on the road has taught me that to be...

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From Vilnius to Palanga
Sep14

From Vilnius to Palanga

A week into my first visit, Lithuania is rapidly rising up my list of impressive countries. People are friendly, society is laid back and respectful, there is an abundance of green nature and rustic old buildings, and a peaceful sense of contentedness. The first four nights I spent in the capital, Vilnius. I stayed at one of the best hostels I’ve been to in the world, Downtown Forest Hostel and Camping. Angels in Uzupis I met...

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