*This will run every from now on. The first on was on Wednesday but I wanted to get into the habit of them coming on Fridays. I also really wanted to use a Nick Cave reference. Just so you know, that link may be a tiny bit NSFW depending on where you work. It’s only YouTube.
What is the best way to make a million dollars? Ask the question and courtesy of Sebastian Legarraga and Quora you’ll get an answer involving drop-shipping. You might not make that million but it’s an interesting idea you should definitely read more about it.
I like food, I like walking in the streets. Strangely enough I’m not a huge fan of eating whilst in a street. Maybe I’d have been more keen if I’d have read this Rough Guides list and been able to get my hands on some of the gastronomical delights.
Slightly different but still on the food spectrum now… Eating out is a great part of being a digital nomad but most of us don’t want to do it everyday. If you’re having a lazy Sunday in your flat and have the ability (it’s dead easy) and the equipment (not a lot) you might want to try this pretty top black bean and sweetcorn burger. It’s cheap, it’s tasty and it’s meat free. Perfect if you want to off set any guilt you might feel about demolishing your meaty treats throughout the week*.
*I’m not judging, I’m not a vegetarian.
If you plan on sticking around in one place for a few months you should get yourself acquainted with the local co-working world. It’s a great way to meet people, ensure that you have high quality internet and it’s usually pretty cheap. You can learn more about co-working at this link.
You want what? Top tips from 5 Digital Nomads? OK, I’ll see what I can do……… Here you go. This article from Entrepreneur should scratch that particular itch.
Nomad List. I must have mentioned it before and you must know it by now but if not you should click the link.
Can you guess the city from its bike lane map? No seriously, The Guardian wants to know. I failed some what dismally but I’m no cyclist or cartographer.
It’s time to be the party buzzkill. It’s time to talk about heat exhaustion and heatstroke. As someone who was daft enough to let it happen to himself, I feel a duty to remind everyone that they don’t want it! You really don’t want to end up in an Hungarian A&E on a Saturday afternoon getting a CT scan, a shaved head and several stitches. It’s not a solid look. Trust me, follow the advice and stay cool.
You can find some pinteresting pins on the digital nomad jobs pinterest page. You’ll also find a picture of my face. Don’t let that put you off, it’s just a placeholder (the picture, not my face, I’m stuck with that.)
Well that’s your lot for this Friday. See you next week. Have a cosmic weekend.