The Digital Nomad Girls Resources Page.

We’ve compiled a list of helpful tools, apps, links, events, books, podcasts and more for Digital Nomad Girls. We’re planning to add to this constantly, so please let us know if you’d like anything added and make sure you check back regularly.

Digital Nomad Blogs

medium.com/nomad-gate A lot of helpful information on digital nomad finances.

Never Ending Voyage Erin and Simon have been nomadic since 2010. They run a successful travel blog and also created TrailWallet, a budget tracking app for travellers.

legalnomads.com  Jodi is a lawyer who has been a digital nomad for 8 years now. For anyone looking to leave the corporate world for a location independent lifestyle, this blog is for you.

travelfreedomnetwork.com These guys have a super podcast with all sorts of helpful information on getting started as a digital nomad.

giveforgranted.com Jenna’s blog is all about sustainable travel as a digital nomad. And who doesn’t want to help save the planet?

screwtheninetofive.com/blog Jill and Josh are a great resource for any lady nomad who wants to build their blog and get into affiliate marketing.

theroamingcurator.com Interested in art? Laurie is a curator who travels the world for work. And gives great advice on museums across the globe while she’s at it!

girltripping.com Melissa’s site is all about overcoming your fears about travel and getting out there! Fun, inspirational content.

Open Colleges published a comprehensive guide on How to Become a Digital Nomad.

Female Entrepreneurs to Learn From

Making it Anywhere Mish and Rob, the Anywhereists, are a nomad couple that run multiple successful businesses and a very entertaining blog. They’ve also written some digital nomad ebooks.

The Suitcase Entrepreneur Natalie Sisson has been travelling while running businesses for the last 10 years. In her incredibly popular blog she shows others how to do it too.

Marie Forleo Oprah calls her a thought leader of the next generation. We love Marie Forleo’s drive, great business tips and that she gives back to the community. Check out her online TV show Marie TV in which she give useful advice for (aspiring) entrepreneurs.

Amy Porterfield is the godmother of Facebook marketing. She also has a great podcast in which she talks about all things digital marketing.

Emily Wapnick from Puttylike realised there wasn’t a word to describe her niche so she invented her own: multipotentialite. She helps people turn their multiple passions into profitable online businesses.

Carrie Green is the founder of the Female Entrepreneur Association, an online membership site for female entrepreneurs. She also publishes a monthly magazine called This Girl Means Business.

Sophia Amoruso runs a multimillion dollar fashion empire and wrote the bestselling book #Girlboss. However her beginnings were less than glamorous, her story is very inspiring and teaches you a lot.

Finding Other Digital Nomads

Digital Nomad Girls Facebook Group – Our very own Facebook community of over 3500 nomad girls!

Find A Nomad – free tool developed to find nomads all around the world

Nomadbase A pretty map shows you where all the nomads around you are.

Meetup – global platform to join and create meetups

Conomads Helps you connect with likeminded nomads to cowork, colive and collaborate

Where my Nomads At A free resource to connect with other travellers and nomads around the world.

Digital Nomad Retreats & Camps

Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Our very own girls-only retreat

Project Getaway 20 Entrepreneurs, 1 Amazing Location, 1 Life Changing Experience

Coworkation organises inspirational coworking retreats, set in stunning locations around the world.

Nomad Cruise One ship with 200 entrepreneurs on a journey of a lifetime. Transatlantic crossings twice a year.

We Roam curates trips around the world for carefully selected groups of adventurous remote workers who want to pursue their love of travel, without putting their careers on hold.

Hacker Paradise  organise trips all over the world for developers, designers, and entrepreneurs who want to travel while working remotely or focusing on personal projects.

DNX Camp, organised by the DNX founders, DNXCamps are held in various locations around the world

Tools

Nomad List is a crowdsourced platform which ranks cities around the world by nomad friendliness.

Meet Up. A great resource to find like minded people all around the world. No matter if you’re into organic gardening or ancient philosophy, there’s probably be a meetup near you.

Solo Traveller. A newly launched app for those who like to wander the world solo, but never alone!

Trello. Organizing yourself can be hard, Trello makes it much easier! Especially because it’s mobile app is just as easy to use as it’s desktop version.

Traveling Mailbox. If you are from the USA and still need to get your mail, this company can scan it and email it to you. Cool!

Trail Wallet. This app is gold when you need to track expenses across multiple currencies.

Toggl is a great time tracking tool that lets you calculate billable hours and send detailed reports to your clients.

Momentum is a Chrome extension that helps you keep motivated. Every time you open a new tab you will see a beautiful photo from around the world and you can also add your to do list. This way you get reminded every time you open a tab.

1-Click Timer is another Chrome extension. It’s a simple Pomodoro style timer to help you focus.

Digital Nomad Health

Gynopedia is a free resource for sexual, reproductive and women’s health care. It’s a wiki, so anyone can contribute or edit information. You search for a city and Gynopedia provides information related to birth control, emergency contraception, STI tests, gynecologists, abortion clinics and more.

A great article about ergonomic working as digital nomads.

Informative article about the potential psychological effects of the digital nomad lifestyle for some people.

A complete guide to health insurance for digital nomads – exactly what it says on the tin, but always check with your country’s policies and insurance providers to double check.

Sites To Find Remote Work

Work Remotely is a job board that specialises on remote jobs. You can find developer, design, customer service jobs and more.

Working Nomads a curated list of remote jobs for the modern day nomad

Flex Jobs A great job board for all telecommuting jobs (that’s what remote jobs used to be called in the olden days)

Staff.com A great site to start out, they offer a whole range of remote jobs, from customer service, to data entry.

Skip the Drive What a great name! Browse remote jobs and calculate how much time you save by not commuting every day!

Virtual Vocations Telecommuting jobs all over the world, in multiple languages as well as English.

Planet Remote A remote job board of mainly tech and marketing jobs.

Remote OK Great looking website with a whole range of remote startup jobs.

Nomad Jobs A collection of remote job boards and freelance platforms.

Coworking-Coliving Spaces Around The World

Sun and Co. located in sunny Javea on the Costa Blanca in Spain

The Sun Desk, Taghazout, Morocco, a laidback surf town

Pura Vida Hostels, Bucharest, Romania

Sunny Office, changing locations around Spain & Portugal

The Surf Office, Lisbon & Gran Canaria

Co-Boat, the world’s first co-working sailboat, worldwide!

Digital Nomad Experiences

Co-Boat the world’s first co-working catamaran. Coboat is currently sailing around the Mediterranean Sea until late 2016.

Remote Year, 12 locations in 12 months, worldwide

Project Getaway 20 Entrepreneurs, 1 Amazing Location, 1 Life Changing Experience

The Remote Experience, Europe 4 months

WiFi Tribe Every month, we choose a different city to call home. We are inviting a mix of young, wild and free, location-independent professionals to join us anywhere along the way.

Coworkation organises inspirational coworking retreats, set in stunning locations around the world.

Terminal 3 offers you the opportunity to Travel + Work Remotely with a Community of Remote Working Professionals for either three or six months.

Nomad Cruise One ship with 200 entrepreneurs on a journey of a lifetime. Transatlantic crossings twice a year.

We Roam curates trips around the world for carefully selected groups of adventurous remote workers who want to pursue their love of travel, without putting their careers on hold.

Hacker Paradise  organise trips all over the world for developers, designers, and entrepreneurs who want to travel while working remotely or focusing on personal projects.

Digital Nomad Infographics & Research

How to become a Digital Nomad by Open Colleges

Welance’s Digital Nomad Survey

Upwork’s Digital Nomad Survey

The global Digital Nomad Survey can be filled in by any digital nomad.

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