When you’re a digital nomad, taxes are the last thing you need to worry about. When you are on the move, as a digital nomad, you will (unfortunately) still have to deal with taxes in different countries. You don’t want to find yourself in a tricky situation, so it’s best to get to know the ins and outs of taxation for remote workers of all inclinations.

Having to deal with different tax systems can be a real pain for any Digital Nomad. To truly enjoy your adventure and make your taxation situation feel as easy as possible, below is a…

In countries like the United States there is an epidemic of workers not using their holidays. Studies suggest that more than half of Americans don’t use all their paid vacation time, and that around 40% don’t use their vacation days at all.

Workers also often use their vacation time to get out of the office to complete other important tasks, rather than rest and recuperate. More than half of Americans do not take a leisure trip of more than four days each year.

Digital nomads are another group that are often guilty of skimping on holiday time.

Wait. Aren’t digital…

Company culture can sometimes be called the heart and soul of an organisation. It takes time to cultivate it, and it takes purposeful leadership to maintain it. In essence, it is what makes each company unique from an employee’s perspective and it’s often what can both attract new employees to a company, or be the reason for them leaving.

But with the current mass transition to remote work, many companies are struggling to maintain company culture, or are altogether ignoring this critical aspect of business management.

Below we explore why company culture is so important, why it matters most to…

How and where we work has become one of the hottest topics right now. Work is a big part of our daily life and it affects our health, our lifestyle and our families, so it’s only normal that we try to optimize everything regarding our work life.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, many workers were forced to work from home or work remotely, with that experience came a lot of questions about the future of work and how and where we can work.

Digital nomads took the concept of remote work to the next level. They posed the…

For marketing professionals, being confined to one work space is their worst nightmare. Fortunately, companies are considering remote workers in the digital marketing space more than ever, giving us the opportunity to work from a coffee shop, at home, or anywhere we please!

The good news is, a number of opportunities await digital nomads in the digital marketing world. With tech companies increasingly advocating for virtual work environments, there has never been a better time to consider taking your online marketing career to the next level. …

A digital detox is a period of time when you take a vacation from the digital devices that overwhelm our lives.

This can look different for different people. Some people step away from everything and won’t even look at their smartphone, television, or laptop. Others might just step away from the worst drains on their time and mental health such as social media and Netflix, and restrict their screen usage at certain times, such as in the evenings and on weekends.

The idea is that it is good for our mental health to take a break from the constant connectivity…

As of September 5th, you can go on an online platform and buy an NFT Token to get the secret location of a private island dedicated to digital nomads. You feel confused? Let us take you through the whole idea.

Since the 1980s, but more prominently in the last couple of years, Digital nomadism proved itself as a new lifestyle that is here to stay. With stronger internet connections worldwide and more employers accepting, or even supporting, the remote-work model, the decision to become a digital nomad has become easier than ever.

How do you become a digital nomad? You…

Managing workplace conflicts can be challenging, but when you’re working remotely then it becomes even more complex. Workplace conflicts can have serious effects on staff morale, efficiency, collaboration, retention rates, and employee engagement. And because of the nature of remote work, some conflicts can fester and go unnoticed for longer than they might do under traditional in-office situations.

In dealing with and addressing conflict in the workplace, it’s important to first understand how conflicts arise and what the cause of specific conflicts are. …

A couple of years ago, it would have been ok if you have never heard the term “Digital Nomad” before; however now, you run the danger of being perceived to live under a rock.

Digital nomadism, which is the ability to work remotely while travelling, is no longer a trend. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the rate of transformation to remote working, which meant more and more people are abandoning the idea of the office.

While some people chose a home office to be their work base, others saw the opportunity to make the whole world their office; these are the…

Personal agendas in the workplace have developed a bad reputation over the years as the idea has become associated with ruthless corporate climbers willing to betray their nearest and dearest to get ahead.

But this is an absurd portrayal of what is essentially approaching your career with a professional development plan in mind.

If you are working as a digital nomad, freelancer, or on a project basis, you should actually think of a personal agenda as an essential part of your professional strategy.

In this article we are going to tell you exactly why this is, and provide you with…

Andy Sto

Digital Nomad focused in #remotework and #digitalnomadism

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