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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Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Susannah

Digital Nomad Girls Retreat Alumni: Susannah

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 Susannah – please tell us a bit about yourself!

Hi! I’m Susannah. I’m 27, and I’m originally from Washington State near Seattle in the U.S. Growing up homeschooled, I never got used to the whole “get up, go to work or school all day, come home, live for the weekends” mentality. I spent the first few years of my working life at a startup, not doing the kind of work I ultimately wanted for my career (writing).

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So, after juggling a full-time job in the tech startup world and freelance writing on the side for four years, I decided to call it quits on traditional employment and write for clients (and myself) full time. That was two and a half years ago, and today I’m based in the Boston area but travel frequently, especially back to Seattle to spend time with family.

 

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

I found out about the retreat at the best possible time. I was getting ready to quit my job at the startup where I’d been working for four years, and I was really nervous about learning how to manage the day-to-day challenges of working for myself full-time.

I actually found out about the retreat quite late — another girl had dropped out and there was one spot open. Feeling anxious about spending so much money in one go — especially just as I was really launching a new business–I wasn’t sure if I was ready to take the leap, but I knew it was something I wanted to do.

I had a quick chat with Jenny before deciding that it was an investment I needed to make. I’m not a “fate” type of person, but everything lined up perfectly and it felt like this was my chance to build a community and get off on the right foot for my new life.

 

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

It helped me create a community quickly and gave me the understanding that even though working for yourself can feel isolating at times, you’re not alone. There were so many inspiring women at the retreat with the same doubts I had, and it was wonderful to build those friendships, get tips, and realize that I was really doing all right.

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Oddly enough, the fact that almost all the girls had work to do while we were there (just as I did) made me feel like I fit in. Normally, I am the one ducking away for an hour or two to get work done. At the retreat, that felt really normal.

 

What were your biggest takeaways from the retreat?

That we’re all facing the same fears, doubts, and challenges. Some girls had amazing social media accounts, while others had high-level clients. Despite these amazing accomplishments, we all acknowledged the things holding us back, which helped me gain perspective and gave me hope that I could make this life work.

The other takeaway was that having a community rooted in face-to-face relationships is critical, even if most of your interaction takes place online. The retreat was a great way to create that community.

 

What’s your favourite memory from the retreat?

Although there were many great memories, like getting lunch together, yoga, masterminds, and swing dancing in the courtyard, my favorite was probably our sea kayaking expedition.

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It was physically tough, but we were rewarded with a swim in a beautiful large sea cave and had the satisfaction of pushing ourselves to paddle back to shore.

 

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

Yes! I am a happy member of the Inner Circle and enjoy chatting with Jenny on a regular basis. I was also lucky enough to have another of my new friends come by for a visit during a trip to the US the following winter. While I haven’t been keeping up with everyone regularly, the friendships we struck up feel like ones that could just pick up where they left off.

 

Would you recommend the retreat to a friend?

Absolutely! It was an incredible experience and I’d definitely do it again. Beyond getting to know the girls, Sun & Co (and Javea) was fantastic and I have zero regrets about taking the leap and making the investment. I’d be jetting off to Spain again this year if I didn’t have prior commitments for June!

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Thank you SO much Susannah for sharing your experience with us! If you want to find out more about the retreat, you can find all information here. We hope to see you at one of our future retreats! 🙂

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Meet Digital Nomad Girl Monisha – Content Marketing Strategist & Social Entrepreneur

Meet Digital Nomad Girl Monisha – Content Marketing Strategist & Social Entrepreneur

In our brand new Member’s Spotlight series we feature interviews with our lovely DNG Inner Circle members! This month we talked to Monisha, Content Marketing Strategist & Social Entrepreneur!

Hi Monisha – please tell us a bit about yourself!

My location independent life started when I turned a setback into an opportunity.

I’m originally from Bangkok, Thailand. I spent part of my childhood in Japan and I’m Thai-Indian. (Hello, any TCKs reading this!)

Eventually, I moved to the US to study at the University of Southern California. I got a degree in Communications, a certificate in Cybersecurity, and a minor in Music Industry.

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After graduating, I landed a wonderful job as a digital media producer at a content marketing agency in Orange County. I enjoyed my work. I got to create content for companies like LinkedIn, the Knight Foundation, SAP, Course Hero, Honeywell and more. And, I experimented with all sorts of digital mediums. From infographics to interactive websites and 360 videos.

For me to continue to work in the US, my agency needed to apply for a new work visa. Unfortunately, the randomized lottery system didn’t play out in our favor. I had to go home.

When that happened, it hit me: this was my chance.

I decided not to apply to any jobs back home. Instead, I challenged myself to realize my vision of working remotely. Ever since then, August 2016, I’ve been working online and traveling.

 

What is your location independent job?

I have two jobs! I describe my career as creating social change and content that matters. As a freelance content marketing strategist, I help growing purpose-driven businesses, technology brands, and social enterprises. I plan, organize, and create digital content for their websites, blogs, or online platforms.

I’m also founder and managing director of a non-profit organization based in Bangkok called Ruam Chuay. Our vision is to contribute to creating a safer world. I design and run interpersonal and gender-based violence prevention programs. We deliver workshops at schools, universities, and workplaces in Thailand. This job is part-time remote (since I’m on the ground running programs a few months at a time).

And, if that wasn’t enough work for me already, I’m about to complete a certificate in Restorative Justice from Simon Fraser University as well. I’m expanding our non-profit to include restorative programs. Soon, I hope to be able to share this approach to social change with my freelance clients who are focused on creating a positive impact in the world too.

 

How did you get into this line of work? How can others do the same?

To get into content marketing, I think it’s all about skill building and learning by doing. Part of my job as a producer was to become an “overnight expert” on topics I had to write about. Whether that was learning how specific types of hardware worked for Honeywell to complex software systems for SAP or investment funds for BlackRock.

In this line of work, you teach yourself and do a lot of research. I continually work on keeping my core skill sets sharp. Crafting messaging, content design, strategic thinking frameworks. This way, I’m ready to apply them to new subjects. I now have some systems to help get me up to speed quickly without skipping over the details!

To work in interpersonal and gender-based violence prevention takes a different type of preparation. I recommend training in some form of counseling/psychology or crisis response and trauma-informed care. It prepares you to hear stories and safely discuss incidents of this nature. And, most importantly, ensure you don’t perpetuate any harm when working with people.

 

What motivated you to pursue a life as a digital nomad?

I wanted to craft a life around my values and live consciously. For me, this means being able to spend time with the people I care about and doing meaningful work. Also, I always loved going on adventures and exploring so DNG life lets me do all of this.

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I’m so grateful for this experience. It’s given me a chance to connect with many people from around the world (especially in the DNG Inner circle!) and to choose projects I am excited to work on.

Also, without the flexibility of working remotely and as a freelancer, I probably wouldn’t have been able to launch a non-profit organization.

 

Did your friends/family/colleagues think you’ve gone crazy? Were they supportive?

Ha, I got mixed responses. From “that’s so awesome!” to “are you sure you’ll be safe?”

My closest friends and family are supportive now, even though they were really worried about my safety for a long time. Like many of us in the DNG community, I challenge a cultural and social norm by traveling as a woman for extended periods of time. This has been a little hard for some of my relatives and people in my community. I keep them updated on where I am by sending funny selfies to let them know I’m okay.

Oh, and some people just don’t get what I’m doing. I still get asked, “you’re still on vacation?” or “when are you going back to work?” Haha!

 

What challenges have you faced as a digital nomad and how did you overcome them?

There was definitely a learning curve for me. Initially, I had a hard time balancing work and travel. I used to take on way too much work. In the beginning, there were so many times where I had my laptop out at airports, on planes, and trains. Even, buses. It was too stressful.

Now, I don’t schedule any work on travel days because it’s too exhausting and unexpected delays are bound to happen.

After experimenting, I’ve found a way to structure my work day so I get a bit done in the morning, go out in the afternoon and then come back and work again in the evening. Splitting it up makes me feel productive in the morning so I don’t feel guilty exploring for most of the day.

 

You’re a member of the DNG Inner Circle, yay! Why did you decide to join?

I joined on a whim. And I’m so glad I did! At some point last year I found the Digital Nomad Girls Community Facebook group. As Jenny would say, I was a “lurker” for quite some time.

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When the Inner Circle doors opened, I thought I should try it. I had just decided to commit to the DN lifestyle. None of my friends were doing this, and I knew I had a lot to learn. I felt that the Inner circle would be a nice way to connect with like-minded women who were also working on the road.

 

What is your favorite part of the Inner Circle? What makes it special?

My favorite part are the people in the inner circle! I love the sense of community and I enjoy all the different ways we interact. From coworking sessions to expert packs and Q&As. I especially appreciate our monthly goal setting, it gives me structure and routine I may not have had otherwise.

Also it’s just nice to get to connect with people who have common interests, share a passion for creating a life they love living, and in general are just such genuinely great people.

 

Who do you think would benefit from joining the DNG Inner Circle?

Anyone looking for some accountability and to chat with like-minded women who are motivated, and supportive!

If you’re into learning and personal development, this is a great platform with so many resources and people that will challenge you to grow.

 

// Do you sometimes feel lonely as a digital nomad too? Join the DNG Inner Circle to connect with other nomad girls, virtually cowork together and make new friends! //

 

What advice would you give a girlfriend who wanted to start out as a digital nomad?

Make sure to plan ahead and save up before jumping in. Stressing out about money on the road makes it hard to enjoy yourself. Build up a buffer for at least a few months so you can get your bearings without worrying.

Because I’m a little cautious, I did short “test run” trips nearby when I first started. I wanted to see what it would be like taking my work with me for a week at a time in my region. Once I figured out I could do it, I saved up for my first 3-4 months and then dove right in!

Now, my colleagues joke that I’m an expert timezone juggler 🙂

 

Quick Fire Round:

The coolest thing I’ve been able to do thanks to being location-independent is… Volcano boarding, go to lots of music festivals, and arts galleries in different cities

When I feel lonely, I… Call a friend, read something, or watch a Ted Talk!

My favourite digital nomad location is … Too many to choose from! But, I think Nicaragua

The one item I always pack is… A little pouch with tiny sunscreen, hand sanitizer, and eye-drops

My favourite digital nomad tool/app/resource is… Downloading google maps offline

In 5 years time I want to … Be established as a social entrepreneur and still traveling

My all-time favourite quote is … From Jack Kerouac’s On The Road:

“The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars and in the middle you see the blue centerlight pop and everybody goes “Awww!””

Thank you SO much Monisha for sharing your story with us! If you want to find out more about Monisha you can connect with her on Website or Instagram!

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