In times like this, we need to stay calm and positive. I admit, this has become a challenge lately, as our travel plans are completely messed up – read on why and what we intend to do.
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When people hear that we have no home and travel full-time, the most common question is: “How do you do it with kids?”. These eight tips aim to help those who have plunged into the adventure and try out the digital nomad lifestyle as a family.
It’s no secret, Thailand is a magnet for travelers and digital nomads alike. During my eight years of roaming the world, I was lucky enough to visit this beautiful spot of the world several times. But the last time was different. It wasn’t old backpacker-me ticking off tourist attractions this land of smiles has on […]
Have you ever wondered how life on the road really looks like? It’s a complex form of living and then again it’s the simplest way you’ve ever dreamed of. It includes living out of a suitcase, travelling to anywhere you want (and where there’s WIFI) and so much more. But it also means that you […]
Almost every one of us is a digital nomad. The strong dependency we have towards technology, particularly on smartphones, is a proof that we are living in the modern world – where we can bring work wherever we go while exploring the world at the same time. The power of the internet has connected everyone […]
Despite its ever-growing popularity in different parts of the globe, digital nomads are somewhat of a rare breed in London. Typically, this lifestyle involves travelling to cities or countries where the cost of living is relatively cheaper and the weather is comforting, for lack of a better term. A lot of millennial wanderers compile a […]
Digital Nomads, what is that?!? Don’t take me wrong, please! I do appreciate many things about Germany and being German. I think we have a great standard of living and many awesome values that help us succeed on an international level. But no one is perfect, not even the Germans! And sorry, no offence, I couldn’t help but […]
The challenges of a full-time traveller and digital nomad Sometimes I think about how easy my old me used to navigate through everyday life. All I had to worry about was my job and what I would want to do afterwards or during the weekends. Today, every day looks different and I constantly have to organise every […]
Use Cancun as your base and explore its surrounding highlights! It’s very cheap to fly (from almost anywhere) to Cancun. I don’t know why but it seems like Cancun has some major flight deals going on at the moment. And Cancun itself has some attractions that you shouldn’t miss when starting your journey through Mexico. […]
This post is going to be a review about our hostel in Playa del Carmen, but it is also about traveling and electronic music. Since 3 years I have been traveling with a passionate electronic music fan, perhaps now it’s time to introduce my travel buddy and partner in life before I start with my review: […]
Where and how to your travel blog Ok, let’s face it: in order to become a successful travel blogger, you need to invest some time! But that’s true for everything in life. Good things take time to ripen. Is blogging not your thing? Then check out if teaching English might be your way to become […]
Jey Jetter is a growing travel and lifestyle blog. It’s focus is on travelling long-term and digital nomads. From very little till today, travelling has always been part of my life. In 2011, I took it to a full-time occupation. Since then I have been travelling and working around the world with no intention to stop. In July 2015 I started blogging on […]
A couple of weeks ago, sorry it took me so long, Portia from Migrant Muse nominated me for the Liebster Award. It’s an award for bloggers to recognize other bloggers and to show which ones they think do a great job. Therefore I take it as a compliment and appreciate this recognition from fellow travel blogger […]
To give it away right from the start, yes, it is! Travelling can be a lot of fun. BUT and yes, there is always a ‘but’, you have to do it right and better start thinking of how you like to do it before you even leave your home. From experience I can tell you […]