It’s Francis here with another Friday edition of The Nomad Newsletter
I’m back to my regularly scheduled program of showcasing all of the awesomeness of the nomad life. From the cool countries opening up to location-independent workers, in-depth stories of current nomads, and what the future of digital nomadism looks like for aspiring remote workers — you get it all here.
Today’s newsletter is a mixed bag with fascinating articles I found about nomadism AND a cool feature on a book written by someone I’ll “share the stage” with at Digital Nomad Week
Also, heads up…I’m solidifying the email types I’ll send to you.
For now, every Monday newsletter will be business-related, featuring people and businesses who can help you work from anywhere in the world. Fridays will be reserved for more lifestyle-based content.
Just wanted you to have an idea of what to look for each day :)
Here’s today’s line-up:
📕 The Book That’s Inspired 1000s of Pre-Nomads & “Created” Wanderlust
🌐 Want to join the digital nomad “internet country”?
🏖️ What Life In Bali As A Digital Nomad Is Really Like
🚜 A NEW European Country Is Launching Their Own Digital Nomad Visa
I feel like this issue will feel really “newsy”, especially with the mixed content.
Regardless, I’ll think you’ll like it.
Let’s dive right in.
The OG Guide To Long-Term Travel — Put This On Your Book Shelf
Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide To
The Art of Long-Term World Travel
By Rolf Potts
Published in 2002, I found this book 6 or 7 years later in a bookstore in my hometown of Memphis.
I was only a teenager at the time, but the idea of traveling the world intrigued me. That’s when I found this book, saw the cover, and thought it’d be an interesting read. Little did I know it was like a fat log that fueled the fire within me to travel the world.