10 Tips to Help You Settle Into a New City as a Digital Nomad Girl

10 Tips to Help You Settle Into a New City as a Digital Nomad Girl

Today we’re talking about how to settle into a new city as a digital nomad girl, quickly and with ease. I also created a totally free downloadable checklist for you to help you settle into a new city! 

It’s mid-April, and I just arrived in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, 10 days ago. And I’m knackered.

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Why? Because I left Chiang Mai at the end of last month and travelled to Bangkok, London, Wiltshire, Munich and now Las Palmas while attempting to run my business.

Not surprisingly, I have been struggling to settle into this new place quickly, despite having spent a lot of time here in the past.

A few years ago, I would have beaten myself up for this, and while I am still tempted (thanks, mind!) I know now that this is quite normal for me.

Here are a few hard facts that I learned about settling into a new place as a digital nomad that I have learned in my over 5 years of travel:

  • Settling in is hard. I know this sounds crazy for someone who’s been travelling for over 5 years, but whenever I arrive in a new place, the first few days I’m a bit uneasy, questioning why I even left the last place because I liked it so much and thinking I’ll never like this new place as much.It usually doesn’t last, but I know now that this feeling is quite normal for me, so I give it time to pass.
  • It takes me a long time. Even if I’ve been to the place many times before, it’s just an adjustment and for me it takes a long time.
  • It’s important to make the best of your time in a new place. A few years back, I spent 6 weeks in Berlin. We split our time in different apartments and neighbourhoods, and I never fully felt settled. I didn’t have the best experience, and I think part of it comes down to me never feeling like I’d settled properly.

Thankfully I’ve come up with a few tips, routines and exercises that help me settle into a new place when I arrive which I hope you’ll find helpful!

As always pick what works for you and ignore the rest!

10 Rituals, Exercises and Tips that Help Me Settle into a New City

1. Travel Slow

The rule to rule them all: TRAVEL SLOW. I repeat: Travel Slow.

I’ve met dozens if not hundreds of nomads over the past years and one thing most of us learn eventually is that attempting to travel to fast is the worst you can do. I’ve met girls who travelled to over 40 cities in 6 months!! How they get any work done in the meantime is beyond me… but the point here is, it’s not sustainable.

Eventually this kind of pace will take its toll on your health and your productivity.

I know there’s a whole world out there and you want to see it all. right. now. But try to slow down as much as possible.

I now try to stay at least one month, better 3 – 6 months in one place. You’ll have to find your own pace, but remember, slower is usually better as a nomad.

2. Plan ahead as much as possible

One of the keys to settling into a new place is to plan ahead as much as possible.

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Some people are planners, other more spontaneous, it’s up to you how much prep you want to do, but a certain amount of planning will not only make the actual travelling part easier, but also settling in once you arrive.

Things I like to prepare:

  • Figure out what the sim card situation is. Will you need a new one, or can you use your Sim and roam (like in most the EU now), where can you buy one once you arrive. For me, knowing I’ll be able to connect (and use Google Maps) is super important as it helps me feel more relaxed in a new place.
  • Where are you staying? Sometimes you don’t want to book ahead for your whole stay, but booking a place to crash for at least the first few days will help ease any anxiety you might have about arriving in a totally new place. Then once on the ground, you can find a more permanent solution.
  • Make some friends pre-arrival. How do you make friends before you’ve even landed? Facebook Groups of course! Whenever I plan a trip to a new place I reach out to other nomad girls in the DNG Facebook group and also join a few local digital nomad, expat or traveller groups. Not only can I ask some question about the new place, but I might even set up a coffee date with a potential new friend or coworking buddy on one of the first days after I arrive.

3. Take your time

Another important rule when it comes to settling into a new place, is to take your time. Some people only need a day or two, others take a week or even two or three. It’s ok. You can’t really change this about yourself, so accept it and be kind to yourself.

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My boyfriend for example arrives at an Airbnb or flat we’re renting, rearranges the furniture to his linking, puts away his stuff and finds a cosy working space to set up his laptop stand, mouse and keyboard. Et voilà, he’s arrived!

For me, it ain’t quite that easy.

It can easily take me a week or two to feel like I’m even halfway settled, even in places I’ve been to multiple times before. I know that now and just take it easy.

And despite being a total extrovert, I don’t force myself to be sociable too early on. I need a couple of days just for myself, to feel comfortable at home, buy my favourite groceries (and tea!) and walk around the neighbourhood to get my bearings.

4. Plan your ‘perfect day’

This is a relatively new ritual of mine that I started when we arrived in Medellin, Colombia after living in Las Palmas for over a year and it really helps settle into a new city, plus it’s fun!

If you’re not familiar with the perfect day exercise, it’s a simple visualisation exercise where you write down in great detail what your perfect day looks like, from the moment you wake up, to the moment you fall asleep at night. It’s a great exercise to find out what’s important to you and what you want your ideal life to look like.

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As much as I love this exercise, as a nomad I’ve found it really tricky as my perfect day wasn’t always feasible. For example, I love to channel my inner Moana and spend time by the ocean, but in Medellin that wasn’t possible.

That’s why I now go through the perfect day exercise every time I arrive in a place that I’ll stay for longer than a week or two.

For example, in Las Palmas I like to go for a run along the beach a few mornings a week, but in Chiang Mai I’m landlocked, plus there’s a lot of traffic, air pollution and a lack of proper pavements or a park where I could run. So running wasn’t really an option for me there (I don’t like gyms much).

Instead, I made sure the place we were staying had a pool (I wish I could have a pool everywhere!) so I could go for a swim in the morning.

Once you have explored the new city a bit and know your neighbourhood, go through your whole day and come up with a perfect day. This will also help you adjust your routine to your new surroundings. Planning to eat dinner at 5:30 pm ever night might work well in North Carolina, but won’t fly in Spain where you might starve by the time your tapas are served at 10 pm.

I created a free checklist for you which also includes a worksheet with the Perfect Day exercise, you can download it here > >

 

5. Tell Google you’re ‘Home’

As soon as I arrive in a new apartment I whip out my iPhone and do a wifi speed test set my Google Maps address to ‘Home’.

This is super crucial as I have a terrible sense of direction and knowing I have my new home saved, means I can always find my way back without the need for breadcrumbs (couldn’t help myself, sorry!).

If you’re not quite as “orientationally” challenged as me, then you can skip this step.

6. Actually do a speed test

Most of us do this anyway, but knowing I can rely on my wifi at home makes me feel so much calmer. I like to also do speed tests in cafes to see if this could be a good potential working spot.

7. Walk everywhere

Now that I can safely find my way home, it’s time to go explore a bit. In order to get your bearings, it’s really best to just walk around your new neighbourhood, get a bit lost, find cute cafes or shops and your nearest grocery stores.

If you’re in a big city, find out what the deal is with public transport, do you need a monthly pass, what are the operating hours etc.

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Also check if there are any local bicycle shares like Mobike in Chiang Mai, if there’s Uber or Grab available and how much taxis cost. Knowing how to get to different places in town will help you feel much more independent and if there are any events or meetups you want to go to, the barrier will be much lower already.

I even do this in places I’ve been to before as things change, restaurants disappear (rest in peace ‘Los Girasoles’), new tram lines appear and it’s just nice to get the lay of the land.

8. Make friends

There’s no way I’d ever really feel settled and comfortable for longer periods than maybe a couple of weeks if I didn’t have any friends to hang out with.

Of course, you can’t expect to make new ‘best friends’ (best friends are a tier, remember, not a specific person) everywhere you go, but I do find it important to have some buddies to explore local markets with, go on adventures and meet up for a bowl of ramen or three.

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If you’re more introverted and don’t find it so easy to make new friends, you can also plan your trips around your friends.

So either travel somewhere together or visit friends in different places. It’s always easiest if they’re fellow digital nomads as you’ll get each other’s lifestyles and they won’t be disappointed if you have to, uhm, say… work.

Looking for fun ways to get involved with the Digital Nomad Girls community and make friends? Check out this blog post for 10 fun ways to get involved!

9. Find a few favourite work places

Personally, I work mainly from home for a few reasons which I’m gonna share in a separate post with you soon.

Suffice it to say, I’m a bit of a couch potato when it comes to my work set up, but I do like working outside a few times a week because I find it helps me focus. I prefer working from quiet cafes (or better: tea houses), ideally ones that also serve food as I can then use the need for pasta as a motivator to leave the house and work outside.

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Find a couple of places you feel comfortable working so you know where to go when you feel like a change of scenery.

10. Coworking

A lot of my nomad friends swear on coworking and even if you don’t want to join a full-time coworking space, you can still cowork privately or virtually.

In many nomad hotspots (and plenty of other cities too actually), you can find local coworking groups, usually freelancers who meet up regularly at cafes or libraries and get some work done together. I love this concept as it’s a great way to combine meeting new friends with being productive and getting out of the house.

If in-person coworking isn’t feasible for you, then virtual coworking might just be the perfect fit.

What is virtual coworking?

Basically it’s like real-life coworking, just that you meet on Zoom or Skype; you can take a look at what that looks like right below!

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Sounds crazy? I personally do virtual coworking multiple times a week in our DNG Inner Circle, and some of our members are so hooked, they do it almost every day and plan their schedules around the sessions.

It’s awesome because the barrier to join is extremely low (hello, I sometimes show up with a towel on my head) and it can be very productive and sociable at the same time. Win win win.

Bonus: Have a leaving routine

This is more about settling out than settling in, but knowing what you need to do before you leave a place is equally as important as knowing what to do when you arrive.

I’ve got a new personal rule that I need to know minimum one month in advance what I am doing, otherwise I get super anxious and am not able to focus on anything. That also means know when I’ll be leaving, how I’m getting to the new place and what I need to prepare.

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Getting all my travel ducks in a row means I have to stress less which in turn means I arrive less stressed in a new place.

I also allow myself to take the day before travelling off if possible, so I have enough time to pack, say goodbyes, and do any chores that need doing (like last minute mani pedis or equally important stuff).

Phew, who knew I had so much wisdom stowed away about settling into a new place. One thing’s for sure though, as I continue to travel and adjust my travel style, I’m sure my settling in routine will also change.

I hope a few of these tips will help you settle into a new city quicker and with more ease and if you need a bit more help, you can download our Settling In Checklist for free right here.

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The Settling In Checklist includes a full checklist of everything to do before you arrive to a new spot, once you arrive and even how to plan your departure and will help you settle into a new city quicker. Plus – just for fun, I threw in our Perfect Day Exercise worksheet so you can get to planning your perfect day in your new city.

Happy exploring and happy settling in! 

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Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Sienna

Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Sienna

In this series, we’re chatting with our Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni about their experiences at a DNG retreat! We’re so excited to feature these amazing ladies and to invite all of our old and new members to join us at our retreat taking place in Javea, Spain this year in June!

Hi Sienna – please tell us a bit about yourself!

My name is Sienna Brown and I’m an entrepreneur and expat dedicated to helping others build lives that they love, no matter where they are in the world. I’m originally from New York but have been living in Spain for the past five years.

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I’m the founder of Las Morenas de España which is a platform and community that provides resources for women of color looking to move abroad and build a life they love. I also work for Sun and Co., one of the leading coliving spaces in Europe (and home of the DNG retreats) as the head of communications and business development!

Apart from all of that, I also have a personal brand that focuses on teaching entrepreneurial women how to advance in life through mindset, discipline and habits without burning out. Phew!

While I’m not 100% nomadic (I like routine too much), with my work I have a ton of flexibility to work remotely and hop around from place to place as I please.

 

Why did you decide to join us at the retreat? What motivated you to join?

I joined the first DNG retreat almost three years ago for a few reasons. I had been in Spain for a couple of years already but was really missing the entrepreneurial, driven community that I used to have back home. I don’t remember exactly how I heard about the retreat, most likely on Facebook but when I saw that it was only two hours away from where I was living at the moment, it was an immediate yes!

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I was excited to not just meet likeminded women doing great work but also to explore another part of Spain, which I now call home!

One year later when DNG came back to Javea, I was actually then working at Sun and Co. so I got to attend the retreat again and help on the organizational side of it all.

 

How has the retreat impacted your life as a digital nomad?

The retreat has impacted my life in so many ways!

To be honest, if I had never gone to the DNG retreat I probably wouldn’t have the life that I do now because it introduced me to Javea and Sun and Co. Not only that but the DNG retreat brought together so many wonderful girls who I have since collaborated with and become friends.

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What were your biggest takeaways from the retreat?

Some of my biggest takeaways from the retreat is the importance of learning and growing with other people outside of your field. It was really nice to be able to connect with a ton of women in different sectors but also in different parts of their journey.

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What’s your favourite memory from the retreat?

One of my favorite memories from the retreat was probably laughing hysterically with Anna Le Constant in so many different moments. It was such a freeing feeling to be in a comfortable space and to truly be yourself with a support group of ladies.

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Are you still in touch with any of the girls from the retreat?

For sure! It’s been almost 3 years but some of us are still in touch and support one another personally and professionally.

It’s been really cool to also see how everyone has grown since we first met as well. Post retreat I have also traveled to visit some of the ladies that I met and we’ve also had new experiences together as well.

 

Would you recommend the retreat to a friend?

I’d absolutely recommend the retreat to a friend. It’s an amazing experience and I think it’s a great fit for anyone looking to expand their circles, learn from others and have a good time in paradise!

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I’ll actually be at this retreat (but on the organizational side) so I can’t wait to meet you there!

 

Thank you SO much Sienna for sharing your experience with us! If you’d like to find Sienna online, you can contact her via her ! If you want to find out more about the Digital Nomad Girls retreats, you can find all information here.

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Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Meredith

Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Meredith

In this series, we’re chatting with our Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni about their experiences at a DNG retreat! We’re so excited to feature these amazing ladies and to invite all of our old and new members to join us at our retreat taking place in Javea, Spain this year in June!

Hi Meredith – please tell us a bit about yourself!

I’m a graphic designer, 36 years old, from Birmingham, Alabama. When I attended the retreat, I had traveled fairly often before but I was not nomadic. I’ve now been traveling full time while working as a designer for just over a year.

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Meredith is also the founder of the super cute Merdoggo!

 

Why did you decide to join us at the retreat? What motivated you to join?

I was scrolling through Facebook and saw an article on Bustle that was featuring women who had become financially independent in unconventional ways. Jenny was one of them. When I read the description, I immediately thought, this is what I’ve been looking for! It’s what I need to do! And at the end of the blurb, they mentioned the upcoming DNG retreat in Javea, Spain.

I was reading the article I believe just a week or 2 before the retreat was starting, and I immediately emailed Jenny to ask if there were any spots available. Someone had dropped out and I signed right up!

 

How has the retreat impacted your life as a digital nomad?

I’d say in a major way!

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I’d sort of thought about traveling while working before I’d heard the term “digital nomad.” My boyfriend at the time worked from home all the time, I wanted that freedom too, but he wasn’t really into travel.

I was always a traveler before then, and living in NYC was a way to satiate my wanderlust for a long time. Building up to becoming nomadic was gradual, really, it didn’t happen overnight by any means.

But being at the retreat was the big push to get me in a better mindset to go for it. It was thinking about ways to make money and be successful without relying on an employer. At the retreat I was making friends with girls who led these amazing lives, and they were sharing their ups and downs as well.

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It was relatable in so many ways. They were not only impressive because they were traveling, but because they were independent and creating new things – new types of businesses, new ways to organize and stay on track, and simple things like being minimalist.

 

What were your biggest takeaways from the retreat?

I think having the support system was especially great for me. Knowing there are others who either have the same questions I do or already have the answers because they’ve been through it.

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Though I still had a fair amount of doubt in my mind whether I could do it, the ideas and possibilities were more attainable after meeting and talking with others.

The transition was gradual after the retreat. Within a few months, I was practising working and travel by taking a long trip home for Christmas, and a couple of months after that, I was in Thailand with friends I’d met on the retreat.

 

What’s your favourite memory from the retreat?

One night, my new friend Jemma and I had missed a group dinner, because we were working late. We decided to check out a pizza place a block or so away, it always had a lot of people around and seemed popular.

We ordered a pizza for takeaway and stood there for an hour waiting on our pizza. Earlier at the retreat, we had taken personality quizzes, and Jemma and I got the same personality type. We’re both mediators and in that situation both waiting on the pizza neither of us taking charge to ask about where our order was, but just commenting to each other about how long it was taking! 🙂

 

Are you still in touch with any of the girls from the retreat?

I still talk to some of them on a nearly daily basis!

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I meet up with them frequently as well. We plan trips occasionally and take a month here and there in different cities we want to explore. I spent a month in Croatia with 3 of the girls and another in Italy with a few others.

 

Would you recommend the retreat to a friend?

If I had a friend who seemed right for the lifestyle, for sure!

 

Thank you SO much Meredith for sharing your experience with us! If you’d like to find Meredith online, you can contact her via her shop website, Farawild, or via their Instagram! If you want to find out more about the Digital Nomad Girls retreats, you can find all information here.

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Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Melissa

Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Melissa

In this series, we’re chatting with our Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni about their experiences at a DNG retreat! We’re so excited to feature these amazing ladies and to invite all of our old and new members to join us at our retreat taking place in Javea, Spain this year in June!

Hi Melissa – please tell us a bit about yourself!

I’m Melissa – a craft beer quaffing, handmade jewellery-wearing, corporate refugee from Brisbane, Australia. My background is in marketing for multinational food companies, and now I’m a freelance brand strategist and run my own business A Brand Is Not A Logo – where I help small businesses and entrepreneurs build meaningful brands.

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I actually don’t call myself nomadic as these days I’m usually in one place… I consider myself more “location independent” which means I can work from anywhere. After a year of travelling in 2016, I found myself back home in Brisbane where I worked solidly on my business and have now started a family (a digital nomad girl in training!).

 

Why did you decide to join us at the retreat? What motivated you to join?

I attended two retreats – the very first one in Javea in 2016 and again in 2017. The first time I was motivated to join to learn more about digital nomad life for women specifically.

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I knew there was more to life than the corporate ladder, and wanted to meet others who were living the life of freedom, travel and work they loved, so I could be inspired. The second time, I needed a boost of inspiration and support (and that’s exactly what I got).

 

How has the retreat impacted your life as a digital nomad?

I’ve seriously made some of the most important friendships in my life from these retreats. I’ve never met a more diverse group of intelligent, determined, fun and supportive women in one place before.

I know that wherever I go in the world, if one of them is in the same place, I’ll have someone to connect and share new experiences with.

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What were your biggest takeaways from the retreat?

The retreats made me realise that there are many different ways to experience a digital nomad or location independent life – and what it is really about is freedom to choose. Most importantly, they confirmed for me that when women genuinely support women, magic really does happen.  

 

What’s your favourite memory from the retreat?

It is so hard to choose just one – but from the first retreat, we saw the moonrise over the ocean while we did yoga together. It was special because it was a super moon. We were all in awe and so zen after our yoga – it was really amazing.

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At both retreats, after all of our hard work, storytelling, sharing and bonding, we have fun nights out and dance together which for me, is all about letting our hair down and solidifying our new friendships.

 

Are you still in touch with any of the girls from the retreat?

Yes! So many of them. I’ve caught up with several of them around the world too which was just so amazing. I have plans to catch up with many more this year, too.

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Would you recommend the retreat to a friend?

Absolutely 100%. No matter what stage of their digital nomad journey, I would tell them that they are life changing – they have been for me.

 

Thank you SO much Melissa for sharing your experience with us! If you’d like to connect with Melissa, you can contact her via her website! If you want to find out more about the Digital Nomad Girls retreats, you can find all information here.

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Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Chelse

Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Chelse

In this series, we’re chatting with our Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni about their experiences at a DNG retreat! We’re so excited to feature these amazing ladies and to invite all of our old and new members to join us at our retreat taking place in Javea, Spain this year in June!

Hi Chelse – please tell us a bit about yourself!

Hey there! My name is Chelse Hensley, I’m 28 and reside in the Carolinas (USA) when not traveling. I’ve been semi-nomadic for over 3 years now and love blending the best of both worlds when traveling and also keeping a normal routine for half the year of each.

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I am a Social Media Advertising specialist so I work with brands and businesses to sell products, and events via Facebook and Instagram. I love building sales funnels to help my clients accomplish their business goals!

 

Why did you decide to join us at the retreat? What motivated you to join?

This is my third retreat because Digital Nomad Girls can’t get rid of me 😉 I’ve grown and learned so much from being involved in DNG.

The first retreat, the girls convinced me to leave my 9-5 and operate under my own business, the second retreat solidified my business plan and it’s where I met another Digital Marketer, Bettina Wittman, whom I’ve now been working on projects with for over a year and a half!

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This upcoming retreat, I’m looking forward to brainstorming new ideas for revenue sources, how to best scale my services, and learning from other experts in their fields.

Also, sipping Spanish sangria and coasting the Mediterranean doesn’t hurt either 😉

 

How has the retreat impacted your life as a digital nomad?

Jenny, the Founder of DNG, is famous for saying “there’s no one right way to be a Digital Nomad” and I love embracing that. I’m not a full-time nomad and I truly enjoy having a homebase back in the states and I think that’s important.

It’s a treat to come to these retreats and meet new people and enjoy the beautiful locale as a type of “working vacation” – it’s a bit of a luxury that is worth every penny.

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What were your biggest takeaways from the retreat?

Ha! Well, uh, my first retreat quite literally changed my life forever. From their support and ideas, I was able to take those tools and lay the foundation to start my own marketing agency.

I still keep in touch with many of the girls and it’s like having a group of travel BFF’s all over the world. Some of us have met up in other parts of the world like Scotland, Bulgaria, and the Canary Islands.

 

What’s your favourite memory from the retreat?

Boating around the Costa Blanca in Javea was absolutely stunning and I’ll never forget that day. It was a fantastic activity for us girls – even though a few of us got stung by jelly fish. But hey, now I have a story telling people I got bit by a Jelly Fish on the mediterranean. How many people can say that?

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Are you still in touch with any of the girls from the retreat?

Of course. Just last week I had 2 skype calls with previous retreat members and I speak to my business partner whom I met at the last retreat at least a few times a week. And I had a lovely skype call with DNG Founder, Jenny, for my birthday.

Oh yeah, not the mention LIVING in Bulgaria for a month with Carole, whom I also met in Javea!

 

Would you recommend the retreat to a friend?

If there was a percentage higher than 100%, I’d use it. Do it! It’s worth the investment in memories and applications you can apply for your career and personal growth.

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Thank you SO much Chelse for sharing your experience with us! If you’d like to connect with Chelse, you can contact her via her business, Recharge Social Media or her personal website ChelseHensley.com! If you want to find out more about the Digital Nomad Girls retreats, you can find all information here.

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