Rohith Darisa
Rohith DarisaProduct and Growth Enthusiast

How can I live a nomad life (everything from remote work to travel)?

Please recommendation any products that really help. I am looking for life journey based complete recommendations. Something which has good conversions to try out or anything that helps well.
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  1. 75
    Nomad List 2.0

    Find the best cities to live and work remotely

    A ton of great info here that is always being updated with new features.
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    Remote OK

    The biggest remote job board on the web

    Remote Ok is probably the best aggregate of remote jobs. Also using sites such as Angel.co -> Jobs -> Job Type -> and selecting "Remote Ok" in the filter will give you some decent options as well.
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    The 4-Hour Workweek (Expanded & Updated Edition)

    Escape the 9-5, live anywhere, and join the new rich

    Akash
    AkashFounder @ Ropify. · Written
    This book will completely help you on your way to freedom!
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  4. 13
    Remote Tools 2.0

    Discover remote-first products. Learn from remote companies.

    Hrishikesh Pardeshi
    Hrishikesh PardeshiCo-founder @Remote.Tools and @Flexiple · Written
    Hrishikesh Pardeshi made this product
    As a remote worker, you are bound to use tools for online meetings, video conferencing, messaging and a ton of other things. Remote.tools brings to you the top remote-first products. You also get to learn from tool stacks (Collections) used by successful remote teams.
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  5. Yelin Lee
    Yelin Lee5Global Marketing Manager · Written
    Even when you live as a digital nomad, collaboration sometimes is inevitable. You could communicate with your business partners with email but now that you are going to be living a freelanced, nomadic life your email inbox would not simply be about work. It would be your personal emails, promotional emails, business emails, and spam emails.. You can create a new email address for each purpose but do you really want to do that? I'd say just use one email for simple communication and use collabee to work on a project. Then invite your partners as "external partners" and work with them in the "issue", the collaborative doc.
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    Для Вас господа !
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    Remote

    Office not required

    Arturo Ojeda
    Arturo OjedaFounder at www.handy.la · Written
    Great insights on how to prepare a remote company
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  7. 6
    Minaal carry-on

    A new type of backpack, designed for travelers

    Derek Shanahan
    Derek ShanahanThree Hex, Cloud Unicorn · Written
    The founders are full-time nomads, and built this bag to purpose. If you do get on the road, look into this as your bag.
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    Здорово !
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    Nomadpick

    200+ resources & tools for Digital Nomads & Travelers 🏝️

    Sourav made this product
    A curated list of resources and tools for Digital Nomads, Travelers, Backpackers or anyone who is always on the move. Resources to help you find cheap flights, accommodation, coworking spaces to work from, plan your trip, and more.
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    Для Вас !
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    Nomad List 5.0

    Explore the world and work remotely 🎒

    Pieter Levels
    Pieter LevelsSerial maker of Nomad List, and more · Written
    Pieter Levels made this product
    If you need a resource to find where to go and to meet more nomads to help you on your way, I just finished the fifth version of Nomad List
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  10. Kwun-Lok NG
    Kwun-Lok NGhttps://kipwise.com · Written
    Provide gigs from companies that are willing to offer visa sponsorships.
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  11. Satoru Sasozaki
    Satoru SasozakiSoftware Engineer · Written
    Anyplace is probably the best way to find a place to live for digital nomads. They have a lot of fully furnished rentals in the major cities in the states.
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    How to Digital Nomad

    Answers to the key questions of aspiring nomads

    Max Yakin Bozek
    Max Yakin Bozek3Artist & Designer · Written
    Some more info.
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    Gigrove

    Web store & payments for freelancers & entrepreneurs

    Marko Islamovic made this product
    Gigrove helps you get paid for your work from anywhere.
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    Planspace

    Map based calendar for travel, mobile work and busy lives

    Luke Arnold made this product
    Hey Rohith. We've just launched Planspace - a map based calendar system which helps users get used to new and unfamiliar locations. It syncs with your calendar to map out your events and integrates with Citymapper, Google Directions and others to help you get around. We'd love to hear what you think!
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  15. Denis Shershnev
    Denis ShershnevFounder & CEO 6nomads.com · Written
    Denis Shershnev made this product
    You should definitely check out our recent research: "Superheroes, Lazybones or New People?". That covers many aspects of remote work you're looking for!
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  16. George Hanson made this product
    Rohith, there are collect reviews on everything gear or tools you might need on a trip. Peace out!
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    Это интересно !
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  17. Fullstack news & jobs
    Fullstack news & jobsGetting a Digital Nomad with Products · Written
    Daily new Developer Remote Jobs https://fullstackjob.com/jobs/re...
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  18. I have to passionately recommend this book about freelancing – it is packed with information about all aspects of a freelance way of life including tips for traveling and nomad lifestyle!
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    DUO by Mobile Pixels

    A second screen for your laptop

    If you want to screen as nomade ;)
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  20. agilan sivakumaran made this product
    Great for travelers wether on an adventure or job related. Used ourselves to rent to right needed stuff on the go, instead of carrying a lot of things when travelling. Especially when it came to larger heavier stuff like, musical instruments, camera gear, and extra laptops.
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