I recently came across an article on Computer World called, Why the Downturn Can Be Good for Digital Nomads (thanks to Jeanne Dee for the heads up) and it pointed out that in tight times, working remotely not only makes sense, but it will become easier too.
I’m doing it, my husband’s doing it, there are probably 100 bloggers out there doing it (and writing about it), but I often meet people who are just traveling for a week or two, but wish they could travel more– if only they could find a way to earn a living as they go.
So how do you go from cubicle dweller to digital nomad?
Option 1: Do what you do now, just remotely...
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