Do you want to become a digital nomad?
Not just any digital nomad, but a digital nomad who has their sh*t together. Like, a well-thought-out plan backed by thorough research?
Sounds nice, right?
I’ve been a digital nomad for just shy of a decade. I travel for months or years, working on my laptop, then return to my base. Rinse and repeat. I’ve learned a lot in those years, and you wanna know what? Research and planning are your besties.
Of course, research cannot stop random things from happening. And you can’t research everything blah blah blah. Common sense disclaimer.
Research + planning = peace of mind.
It slams the brakes on overthinking this nomad thing. Otherwise, you have no concrete plan and it’s all just a dream. An idea.
Yea, sure, you can keep watching cool videos of other people living the nomadic life but that won’t get you from where you are now to working on the beach in Costa Rica.
(Side note: working on the beach is actually a bad idea. Sand in your laptop. Sun glare on your screen. Etc. But working in an apartment with an ocean view and the ability to go for a quick swim or just lay on the sand during a work break–without asking anyone for permission. That’s a win! The picture below is my ocean view from my bedroom in a gorgeous house in Ericeira, Portugal. One of my favorite nomadic experiences.)
Let’s focus your energy and get your sh*t together.
The Nomad Planner helps you get clear on your nomadic journey. It also helps you plan + research the details.
It’ll make you feel like you’re organized + on top of things.
>>Even if you’re typically the most unorganized person in your crew.
>>Even if you sometimes make major life decisions randomly that you later regret.
>>Even if you have no idea to where start with this whole ‘nomad’ thing.
>>Even if you know where to start but need a final polishing of your plan.
The planner helps you get clear on:
*What do you need to research further (if anything)?
*What type of experience would you like to have?
*What do you need to do next?
PLUS: worksheets for accommodation research tracking, creating your packing list, sights to see in the location of choice
Here’s what you get in this printable plannerSECTION 1
14 pages of CLARITY PROMPTS
These are questions and prompts to help you figure out where you want to go, for how long, and what type of nomad journey you prefer.
10 pages of PLANNING WORKSHEETS
Space to research and log what you find (accommodation research, things to do in the location of choice, packing lists, and other essential details).
Get Yours HERE.
P.S. Don’t have $25? Maybe you’re still trying to get remote work/online gigs? Check out my Massive List of Resources for Becoming a Digital Nomad. It’s FREE.
P.P.S. Not even sure what remote work you can do? You first need to figure out what marketable skills you have or what you can learn. Read this: How to Become a Digital Nomad with No Experience. It’ll help.
P.P.P.S. Already did that and STILL have questions? Sign up for my Nomad Newsletter/Library and hit reply to the welcome email. I respond to every email (providing it doesn’t end up in my spam folder).
Is this the longest P.S. section ever? Okay, I’ll stop now.