50 Digital Nomad Girls Share their Online Jobs - Part 1

Because not every digital nomad is a techie or blogger...

To celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the Digital Nomad Girls Community, we asked 50 Digital Nomad Girls to share their online jobs. We put together a series of mini interviews to show you that there are many different ways to become a digital nomad, you don’t have to be a web developer or blogger to live location independently. Due to technical issues (and sadly I’m not a techie either 😉) I split this post into 3 parts to make it faster!

I sorted the jobs into categories that you can jump to by using the pink menu bar below!

p.s This post contains some affiliate links.

 

50+ Digital Nomad Girls Share Their Online Jobs – Part 1

Admin & Business Support

Ana Karen – Remote Customer Service

From being a lawyer, last year I went to Poland to teach English as a volunteer and realized I wanted to start a digital nomad career. I’m Mexican and Spanish is my first language, so I looked for my first remote job and found a bilingual customer service role at a Chicago-based company. I just started my career as a digital nomad this year, but I’m enjoying working and starting a blog about digital nomads for Spanish speakers.

What is your location independent job?

I work for a detox programs company helping customers with, for example, problems with our website, product questions, ways of getting better results, etc. I love to practice my english and help people that don’t speak english and need help understanding our products. It’s been really empowering for me to boost my problem-solving abilities through this job.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

While teaching in Poland, I met Ceci, a Spanish girl that introduced me to the DN lifestyle and we soon realized we wanted to work together. We saw that there weren’t many resources for Spanish speakers that aspired to become nomads, and knew we needed to create a platform where Spanish speakers could also start this lifestyle without the limitation of language. I was sure that, in order to help others to become digital nomads, I had to become a digital nomad myself, and found the opportunity to become employed in virtual customer service. As someone just starting this path, I would advise determining the skills you already have and could become a career, or what career you want and work toward getting the skills necessary. We live in an era where we can learn almost anything online. I’ve learned most of the skills I use today from tutorials.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Guadalajara, México

If you want to find out more about Ana Karen you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Britany – Podcast Editor & Launch Consultant

I’m from Indiana. In Spring 2016, my husband and I sold our house and almost everything in it to travel the country full-time in our RV. After a few months of exploring, we’re currently based in Colorado, which we fell madly in love with.

What is your location independent job?

I help guide people through the process of launching a podcast. I also provide audio editing and post-production services for existing podcasts.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I decided to start a podcast in 2015 as a way to leave the corporate world that was sucking out my soul. I’m not big on writing and prefer no makeup and pj’s to being dolled up for videos, so podcasting seemed like a perfect fit. I fell into editing a show for a friend and it snowballed into a full-time career.

I have zero social media accounts for my business and have never paid for any advertising or marketing. All my clients come from Facebook groups (accessed via my personal profile) and referrals from existing clients. I had zero experience with audio editing prior to starting my own show so, if I can do it, anyone can.

All you need is a laptop, a decent pair of headphones, WiFi, and free audio editing software. For anyone interested in this kind of work, I would recommend reaching out to other editors via Facebook podcasting groups and asking if they would be willing to mentor you. Most are happy to share their expertise.

It’s definitely a male-dominated field, but respectful and incredibly welcoming, so don’t be afraid to reach out.

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… Dropbox, for sure.

If you want to find out more about Britany you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Chris – Bookkeeper for Online Business

I’ve been a digital nomad since last week. I’ve been in South Carolina for 17 years. After 3 1/2 years of working remotely for one company, I decided that it was time to diversify my income. I’ve been building up a clientele, and am enjoying my first week of 4 months of travel.

What is your location independent job?

I have several years of experience working on a remote accounting team for an international company with $10M in annual sales. I use my experience to help small business owners scale up to reach high income goals. Financial reports influence key decisions for business growth.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I have been a sole proprietor and an LLC, and have used bookkeeping services for hire in my previous businesses. I learned the importance of accurate financial statements and thoroughly enjoy bringing order from chaos and saving people from excessive taxation.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Vermont. It’s beautiful and peaceful.

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… Dropbox, LastPass, and Expensify.

The one item I always pack is… an extra laptop charger.

If you want to find out more about Chris you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Elvira – Recruiter and HR business partner

I’m from the Netherlands. Since 2014, I have partly lived and worked from a sailing boat. We are slowly travelling through Europe on our boat, and usually try to be onboard for at least a week per month, but we’ll stay for six or seven weeks now it’s summer. Currently, we’re sailing around Ibiza, which will be followed by Mallorca, Menorca and then Barcelona for the winter.

What is your location independent job?

I work as a recruiter, headhunter and HR business partner. I work for different clients, but have one client that I’ve been working for the last 7 years. I also just started working for an international startup and have my own agency for location independent jobs. When I’m in the Netherlands, I go to the office sometimes for face-to-face interviews if necessary. But, I can do most of the work remotely, such as searching and interviews by skype or telephone.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I studied in the US, stayed in Spain for a while, and then, once back in The Netherlands, started working in recruitment. I made a career, got married, bought a house and got two beautiful daughters. I always had a strong urge to travel, but having children in school made it more complicated to live and work abroad. Now my daughters are more independent and allow me to stay away from home more often, and my goal is to be able to live and work remotely completely in a few years. Many companies are still traditional when it comes to work remotely as a recruiter, but working as a searcher remotely is easy. You could get started by getting a Linkedin recruiter seat (lite) and train yourself to use it. Once you have a proven track record of finding the right candidates for your clients, more companies will allow you to work remotely. Or you work on a no-candidate/no-pay basis.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Spain. I just love the climate and lifestyle.

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… Trello, Toggl and Evernote

If you want to find out more about Elvira you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Erin C. – Product Manager

I’m a Product Manager and full-time wanderluster. I’ve been lucky to be a part of a company that supports my nomadic lifestyle and allows me to work from anywhere. I’m from Denver, Colorado and am currently in Kuching, Malaysia on the island of Borneo.

What is your location independent job?

As a Product Manager, I work for a recruitment software company and manage any new features or products from the idea stage through to development and launch. I communicate daily with developers, QA and the other PMs on my team.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I actually fell into Product Management. When the company was in startup phase, they needed a jack-of-all-trades with some project management background. They came across my Linkedin profile and the rest is history. Eventually this morphed into being a full-time Product Manager. The company has always supported remote workers, but it wasn’t until about 2 years ago it really became a part of the culture. I get to work and travel wherever I want, as long as I’m still online to communicate with my Aussie colleagues.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Canggu, Bali

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… Workfrom.co, Slack

The one item I always pack is… my Plug Bug

If you want to find out more about Erin you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Petra – Community Manager

Born in the heart of Europe (Prague) and location independent for about a year now. I’ve been oscillating between travels, Germany and home.

What is your location independent job?

I do community management for a Prague-based digital advertising agency. That basically means I’m in charge of replying to angry people on Facebook for various brands (about 10 at the moment). That is my regular job (invoiced by the hour). I also create content for travel companies and run my own YouTube channel & Instagram.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I studied multimedia & marketing, but really what got me here was people. Learn as much as you can about things you enjoy doing, and then meet people in that area and talk to them. If you have skills and other people can verify them on the internet, I genuinely believe there’s no way you’d couldn’t find work. And don’t be afraid to ask for work either.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Germany, just because my boyfriend lives there, but basically anywhere with lakes and mountains would do.

If you want to find out more about Petra you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Renee – Lawyer for Online Entrepreneurs

I was born and raised in NYC, and am getting ready to begin full-time traveling in November, starting in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Though I’ve been location independent for over a year now, I’m excited to start this next part of my journey. When traveling somewhere new, the first thing I find is the best food and best coffee. I love adventure, laughing, writing, and reading, and I’m at my best when challenged and discovering something new.

What is your location independent job?

I help online entrepreneurs bulletproof their business and provide comprehensive legal services. I help with all legal aspects of their business including contracts, trademarks, copyright, business entity, international issues, and help them get systems in place that help their business be bulletproof for the long haul.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

Well this part of my business fell into my lap. I went to law school, passed the bar, and became a litigator. Though I enjoyed helping people, I knew I didn’t want to be stuck in an office or courtroom. I wanted freedom. As many friends became entrepreneurs, I helped them with the legal aspects of their business. I became great at it and enjoyed it more and more, so decided to make it my full-time job.

The one item I always pack is… Sleepmask and earplugs

If you want to find out more about Renee you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

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Branding & Marketing

Caroline – Growth Hacker & Full Stack Digital Marketer

I’m from beautiful Vancouver! I launched my digital nomad adventure 2 years ago by using my superpowers on my employer. Starting off in Bangkok, I’ve telecommuted & eaten my way through Seoul, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei, Myanmar, Penang and the Philippines. Currently I’m home for a visit before I head back to Taipei to stuff my face with its renowned street food, err, I mean, learn Mandarin.

What is your location independent job?

I’m a Growth Hacker. I grow businesses/brands using marketing, data analytics and technology skills. Essentially, I develop creative strategies to spread the word for a product, to acquire and retain customers and increase revenue. Day to day, I’m involved in social media campaigns, conversion optimization, search engine optimization, funnel optimization, website analytics, A/B testing, Facebook or other digital ads, content marketing, guest blogging, copywriting, remarketing, referral programs, user feedback, paid search optimization, viral loops, word-of-mouth marketing, etc. Now, if I could just find a way to UNgrowth hack my waistline!

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

Growth Hacking is a natural fit for me, as it’s a subset of Marketing. I’ve been a full stack marketer for over 10 years working with startups and global brands, like Singapore Airlines, General Motors, Volkswagen, and in a variety of industries, including travel, retail, automotive, finance and ecommerce. Starting on the ad agency side as a media planner and buyer, I also crunched data…all. the. time. Do you love learning and trying new things? I do! So I took up coding.
Growth hacking = marketing + data analytics + technology/coding + product/market matching. A well-known growth hack is Airbnb’s tactic of using Craigslist to post their ads. Interested in this field? If you want in, I suggest:
Follow/subscribe to top growth hackers, including Sean Ellis, Neil Patel, Noah Kagan, Andy Jones, Josh Fechter, Brandon Pindulic, Andrew Chen.
Learn from growthhackers.org, growth hacker tv, Badass Marketers & Founders (BAMF), growth hacking subreddit, growth hacking twitter lists.
Hone your marketing, data analytics, creativity and technology skills.
Take courses eg. Lynda.com, Udemy, growth hacking schools.
Experiment on your own blog or site.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Thailand.

The one item I always pack is… Chawel = towel, blanket, changing poncho, neck pillow, bed liner.

If you want to find out more about Caroline you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Katie – Pinterest Manager

I am from New Zealand originally, but have been living abroad and traveling for over 13 years in the UK, Australia, Canada, and now the US. I have been location independent for just over two years now.

What is your location independent job?

I am a Virtual Assistant specialising in Pinterest, and a Travel Blogger. I work primarily for other Travel Bloggers managing their Pinterest, which involves scheduling pins, creating pins, participating in group sharing threads, curation of boards, and SEO optimisation.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I started with managing the Pinterest for my own blog, learning skills along the way by trial and error, and through online Pinterest courses and articles. I gained clients by word of mouth in the blogging community and online groups like Digital Nomad Girls.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Isla Mujeres in Mexico because it is a beautiful island with lots of great cafes to work in.

If you want to find out more about Katie you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Kelly – Senior Social Media Account Manager

I’m originally from Chicago, IL, USA, but spent most of my adult life in Los Angeles before becoming location independent in 2016. I’m currently in Playa Coronado, Panama, but will be relocating to Puerto Escondido, Mexico in one week!

What is your location independent job?

I work as a Senior Social Media Account Manager (it’s a mouthful!) for a marketing agency in New York that permits remote work. We specialize in marketing solutions for startup and growth stage brands by building an organic and engaged social community and creating influencer partnerships and activations that matter. I manage social profiles, with an emphasis on Instagram, for seven of our clients. My day-to-day consists of photo sourcing, caption writing, and community management.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I started to feel stagnant living in Los Angeles and took a seasonal gig at an artistic hotel in a tiny surfer village, Santa Catalina, on the Pacific Coast of Panama. While there I fell in love with the country and a guy (my now boyfriend!) and became determined to find a remote job! I started searching daily on remote only search engines and applying to anything and everything I could possibly qualify for. My favorite sites are Jobspresso, Idealist, Remotive, We Work Remotely, and The Muse. I also used typical search engines, adding “remote” as the location or job description. It took five months, but I ended up landing my current position through Indeed of all places! My biggest piece of advice is to be consistent and persistent, and use your network. I’ve also helped other friends who are looking, and my sister actually started working at my company just a couple months ago!

The one item I always pack is… Headphones and natural bug spray!

If you want to find out more about Kelly you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Kelsey – Brand Strategist & Entrepreneur

I’m from Portsmouth, NH (AKA the Christmas Capital of the US & Best Small Town in America), now living in São Paulo, Brazil. I bought a one-way ticket to Brazil right after graduating high school in 2014 on a crazy adventure to find myself, and have been living and travelling there ever since. In the past 3 years I’ve also lived in Santos, Florianópolis, and outside Porto Alegre. I live & travel with my fiancé and swiss shepherd, Kira. I’m a Sagittarius, and love mojitos, Stevie Nicks and everything adventure and travel related (hence the Wild Side branding!)

What is your location independent job?

I create strategic and meaningful brands for adventurous entrepreneurs. This starts at defining brand positioning, goals, differentials, tone of voice, and strategy, and expands to brand design, visual identity, collateral, web design, ecommerce, social media, and marketing.
I find myself working on both ground-up projects and rebranding existing companies. My most popular service is brand & website design. I have clients in 6 continents, 23 countries, and 45 cities! Every day is an adventure, and I love being able to work with people from around the world!

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

My story is pretty unconventional! I was valedictorian of my class and shocked everyone by turning down my college acceptances and buying a one-way ticket to Brazil instead.
I didn’t really know what I wanted to do, but trusted my intuition. All I had was a computer, internet and $100 in my bank account! I started using free resources to teach myself web design, basic programming & the Adobe suite. I got my first clients by direct messaging/calling local Brazilian businesses on Facebook who needed websites (crash course in Portuguese) until I closed my first contract. From there I jumped to the international market and started Wild Side. Now I’m preparing for my next adventure, an online community & course for women entrepreneurs & digital nomads, Trailblazer Academy!
My advice: don’t be afraid to invest. When I started I invested the last of my money in advertising, which was best thing I ever did! And never stop learning! You don’t need a college education to be a successful entrepreneur, just a will to learn, self-discipline and lots of grit! The knowledge is out there, you just have to want it badly enough.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is…
Florianópolis, Brazil

If you want to find out more about Kelsey you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Nayla – Remote International Marketing Agency Owner

I’m originally from Brazil, 28 years old, and have been location independent for 18 months. After being located in New York and other countries in Europe, I returned to Brazil in early 2017. My next stop will be Asia.

What is your location independent job?

I own what seems to be the first 100% remote marketing agency in Latin America, “Interland Marketing”. After learning how to work location independently myself, my goal is now to provide others with the opportunity for a better quality of life, working wherever they are and whenever they want to. Interland Marketing is also the first marketing agency in Brazil focused on international marketing. My clients are companies expanding their businesses both into Brazil and out of Brazil.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I worked at large multi-national companies for almost a decade. I was thankful for developing important business skills, but became tired of corporate life, emotionally drained, overwhelmed, and stressed. Realizing there were more important things in life than “climbing the corporate ladder”, I left and started traveling.

I dreamed about traveling and working remotely. And once I’d accomplished that, I wanted to provide others with the same opportunity. To work as a digital nomad, you must have the discipline to work independently, prioritize tasks, make decisions, and feel comfortable asking questions. You must be open to learning new things and seeing the world from new angles. I believe that our best work happens when there is a good balance between personal and professional life.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… New York City. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere!

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… Trello, to follow and share tasks with my team.

If you want to find out more about Nayla you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

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Coaching

Adelaida – Psychologist

I’m Adelaida, from Bilbao, Northern Spain where I’m currently living. Before Bilbao I lived in Salamanca, Madrid and Arusha (Tanzania) after quitting my job as a civil servant (a secure job for the rest of my life).

What is your location independent job?

I work as a psychologist or psychotherapist. After many years working on my own practice (“physically”) I’m now transferring my tools and skills to an online service. I was reluctant at first, but since many of my clients asked for it, and they are happy and improving, I decided to use it as a chance to live abroad again as a digital nomad. I’m a specialist in trauma (abuse, neglecting, maltreatment, etc) and how this impacts on our emotions and body.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

Working online is the last step after many years of experience and study. That’s my main advice, first become a professional with the best skills for your clients. There’s no tricks, only hard work.
For me, online logistics and marketing are “hell”, so now someone is helping me with it. I’m still finishing my website and learning how to deal with social media. I’m also working on a new blog. All this hidden work that people don’t see sometimes can be very frustrating, but be ready, because it is indispensable.
And one last piece of advice, if you really want this, fight for it in spite of insecurity, fears or doubts. There’s only one life, and this is it.

If you want to find out more about Adelaida you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Christy – Personal Trainer and Yoga Teacher

I’m from Texas and have been traveling the world exclusively for a little over a year, though I’ve been to 38 countries since 1999. I travel so much that it makes it hard to settle at a gym or yoga studio. So when I got my personal training certification in 2013, I immediately started taking clients online.

What is your location independent job?

Many people are frustrated with personal trainers at their gyms telling them they have to eat meat. I’m a vegan trainer, so they come to see me. I develop a fitness program and meal plan they can follow that is aligned with their ethics. It’s cheaper than in-person training and I can give them nutritional guidance. My program is 16 weeks and we have monthly Skype calls to go over their results. I also teach yoga while I travel, sometimes as a work exchange or private classes. I also do private cooking classes and or parties.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I had already built a network of people after starting a blog in 2009 and publishing a cookbook in 2011. So when I got into fitness coaching, I reached out to my network and easily got clients. I offered a discount the first year to build up my testimonials. I also offer specials during holidays.

It can be challenging to continue getting new clients, so make sure you have a great website, a blog/social media/YouTube where you give out free content, & start building an email list. If you already have clients in-person, you can probably transition them to online when you start travelling.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… London

The one item I always pack is… a power strip with a long cord, helpful when charging many devices.

If you want to find out more about Christy you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Cris – Freedom Coach and Nomad Actress

I’m a universal foreigner, and belong to the tribe of people who don’t identify as any nationality. I’ve been location independent for 10 years, and am currently in Edinburgh, having previously lived in London, Barcelona, Madrid, Sao Paulo and Melbourne. I’ve visited 24 countries so far, including 9 during my year-long backpacking trip last year. I’ve always dreamed of living – not just traveling as a tourist – in as many countries as possible, even when “digital nomadism” was not a thing, I was 14 and had no idea how to do it. I’m so glad this dream came true!

What is your location independent job?

I’m a freedom coach who helps:

– Aspiring long-term travelers, backpackers and explorers go on their first solo adventure

– Trailblazers create work that brings them freedom and purpose

– Survivors break free and move on (and away!) from toxic relationships

– Free spirits who feel stuck in a routine they never signed up for

– Brave-to-be people speak in public confidently

I’m also an actress/director/scriptwriter, acting coach, personal branding strategist and YouTuber.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

The first thing I did was to quit a fancy corporate job to become an actress. Running acting workshops for non-actors, people would often approach me asking for my help to express themselves since they were too shy to participate in meetings, their bosses thought they weren’t being proactive, they always felt interrupted in any conversation, an other public speech and self-confidence challenges. The need to study coaching came organically! Adding the fact that I found out the person I had been with for the past years was a psychopath, I branched out into my biggest passion: freedom, breaking free.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Byron Bay, Australia. But I seriously don’t have just one.

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… Acuity Scheduling! No more “what time works best for you?” emails.

The one item I always pack is… A sarong – the most versatile item ever.

If you want to find out more about Cris you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Janice – Career Coach for Introverts

I started life in England, where I still moved around a bit and lived in at least four different places. I didn’t realize I was location independent until I started seeing that phrase and others being used to describe the life I have now been living for over five years. I’m currently in Mexico, but will be getting on a flight shortly to spend the next few months hopping around Asia. Luckily quite a few of my friends are scattered around the world, so I always have someone to visit!

What is your location independent job?

I tend to be working on a few projects at a time, including charity work, but the thing that is dear to my heart and my core business is helping people with their careers, specifically introverts. I have personalized monthly Skype or phone sessions and help people work through the misconceptions of introverts and utilize their natural talents to help them achieve personal career breakthroughs.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I had taught workshops centered on introversion around the world, and people kept on asking me to help them with navigating office politics, becoming a manager or starting a business. With almost 15 years of experience in HR as an introvert, I have seen the ins and outs of multinational corporations, small businesses, and startups. I have also gone through a LOT of career changes successfully, and I know firsthand how difficult it can be.

Things don’t have to be perfect for you to start making money. Don’t worry about the logo and the website. They come in time. Think about the problem you are trying to solve and how to let other people know that you can help. Also, remember that it is ok to change your mind, that’s how we learn and grow. Please don’t judge your success by measuring yourself against others! We get so overwhelmed now with social media that it is hard to block out the unnecessary noise that can bring us down. Don’t make your hobby your job unless you are planning on getting a new hobby.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Dominican Republic, though I am always searching for new places.

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… Evernote, because it autosaves everything across devices

The one item I always pack is… luggage scales

If you want to find out more about Janice you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Krista – International Life Coach for Female Entrepreneurs

I am originally from St. Louis, MO and am currently living in Belgrade, Serbia for the next three months. I have been location independent with my boyfriend since Oct 2016.

What is your location independent job?

I help women create an income doing what they love in life, so that means lots of support, empowerment and business development, while taking big scary risks moving from the corporate world to self employment. This business stemmed the idea of Tub Talks, a YouTube series where I interview powerful women from their own bath tub, allowing vulnerable taboo topics to come alive.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I hired a life/business coach to help me get started in 2016. For five years I was in the nursing field and hated every minute of it. I knew I was meant to do something different. Having a coach to guide me and develop my strengths helped with discovering that I wanted to be an online life coach and travel the world at the same time. I couldn’t have done it without a coach because the jump was too scary to do on my own.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Chiang Mai, Thailand! Everything is so cheap and it’s easy to travel on the weekends.

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… www.nomadlist.com

The one item I always pack is… Tylenol and Advil.

If you want to find out more about Krista you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

Samantha – Eating Psychology Coach

I’m from New Zealand, but have been living in South Korea since 2011. I recently became more location independent and have lived and worked from Bali, New Zealand, and am now in Sweden.

What is your location independent job?

I coach women, mostly online, who struggle with unwanted eating (like stress eating or binge eating). I help them create new, easy, and trusting relationships with food. It’s incredibly frustrating and defeating to feel like a ton of your potential is being used up worrying about food and weight – so together we stop that from happening.

How did you get started and how can others do the same?

I got into this line of work mostly because of the food and weight struggles I’d been through myself. The stress of graduate study, plus moving overseas solo, really took it’s toll! After much trial and error, a little therapy, and some soul searching, I knew I wanted to help others heal like I had. I already had a degree in psychology, so I signed up for an online eating psychology certification through the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, and started a blog. It’s grown slowly from there.

My favourite Digital Nomad location is… Seminyak, Bali

My favourite digital nomad app/tool/resource is… the Pomodoro method

If you want to find out more about Samantha you can check out her website and follow her on social media here.

A HUGE Thank you to all the girls who shared their stories with us here! You see? There are TONS of ways to become location independent, you don’t have to be a web designer or blogger (but you can if you want 👩‍💻 !) With a little bit of inspiration, a lot of hard work and a pinch of Wanderlust, everyone can become a digital nomad!

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