The 10 Coolest Things I Did In 2013


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Every time I travel overseas, each experience is exponentially better; the last 6 months I have felt like I have lived an entire lifetime. Read More >>

 

How To Obtain A Chinese Tourist Visa As An Australian Citizen


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In April 2013 I successfully applied for a Chinese Visa without accommodation & entry proof which were both clearly stated on the Chinese embassy website as necessary documents. In this post I outline exactly the 9 documents I supplied, the cost and the time frames of the process. Read More >>

 

How to Ask for Stuff for Free


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I recently required something that could be very valuable to me from a stranger on the other side of the world simply by asking him in an email. I had never met this guy before and did not offer him any money. Read how I applied a few simple persuasive email outreach ideas to achieve my desired outcome. Read More >>

 

A Complete Guide To Finding Short Term Accommodation In Any City


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Are you a digital nomad or expat who is looking to save money, live with awesome house mates in the best location of any city? My eBook will help you develop strategies to help you develop housing budgets, research and qualify apartments & also a series of tips when contacting & meeting advertisers. Read More >>

 

Financial Blueprints for a Digital Nomad


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Freshbooks has been the only invoicing software that I have used for my freelancing business. The software itself is easy to use and provides a multiple functions to my business beyond invoicing such as time tracking, expense tracking and a full suite of reporting tools. In this post I talk through some of the strategies I adopt for using Freshbooks. Read More >>

 

Digital Nomad Review: Tokyo, Japan


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If I had to live out the rest of my life in one country I would not hesitate to pick Japan. Not only is Japan full of weird & interesting shit but it’s internet speeds are some of the best in the world, the food brings your tastebuds alive & the country is extremely safe for the solo traveller. Here’s my review of the month I spend in Tokyo, Japan. Read More >>

 

Digital Nomad Living: Why I Prefer Apartments Over Hostels


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I have lived out of a hostel in Vietnam for 1 month, Goa for 1 month and also a Filipino Island for a few weeks. Dont get me wrong, these months were awesome times of meeting a huge variety of interesting people. However I have also lived in apartments in Hong Kong, Tokyo & Bangalore and I have to say I have enjoyed the latter for the following reasons. Read More >>

 

It Cost Me $2386.43 ‘Extra’ To Live In India For 8 Weeks


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I have talked about the need to be financially savvy to be a digital nomad on my blog before & also outlined the finance tools that I use to do this. With all of this information I was able to work out that exactly what it cost be extra to travel to India for 8 weeks & it was no surprise that flights took up the largest proportion. Read More >>

 

6 Reasons Why You Should Work Online and Travel the World


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This is a guest post written by my fellow digital nomadder Johannes Volkner. He is currently working on a destination guide for digital nomads. In this post he outlines 6 definitive reasons as to why everyone should work and travel including ‘escaping the winter’, ‘learning a language’, ‘living in paradise’ and ‘working on your own projects’. Read More >>

 

Digital Nomad Review: Bangalore, India


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Working from a laptop from Bangalore, India was probably the toughest city I have ever ‘nomadded’ in. From the moment you step out of the arrivals terminal until the moment you step back into an international departures terminal; India is a hell of a ride. Here’s a summary of the 1 month that I spent living in Bangalore. Read More >>