Setting Up a Homebase as a Digital Nomad

Setting Up a Homebase as a Digital Nomad

Meet this week’s guest:

Camille Poire, Marketing manager

Camille “quit her life” to travel the world in 2013 and has since visited 50+ countries as a location-independent writer, editor, and marketing manager. In 2019, she bought a part-time home base in the mountains of Bansko, Bulgaria with her boyfriend – and has now invested in a second property there.

She currently works as an Affiliate Marketing Manager for a Digitarial Agency and runs several content websites, as well as her travel Instagram account @camwonderlands.

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What is a Digital Nomad?

Nearly every person on the planet has dreams of exploring far off destinations, but did you know that your journey doesn’t have to be limited to the few weeks you get off from work or the gap year between school? If you have ever fantasized about dropping everything and living out of your backpack, the life of a digital nomad may be the answer that you’ve been looking for.

How to Become a Digital Nomad

Although you can’t paint all digital nomads with the same brush, at their core they all are remote workers who utilize modern devices and Wi-Fi to work while they travel. A digital nomad may work with a company, for themselves, or as a freelancer part of a larger collective. 

Digital Nomad Visa

Digital nomad visas give location independent workers the opportunity settle down for a while. Usually lasting for a year or two (though some are longer) they give you the chance to kick back and soak up a country. So what are some of the best options out there?

Digital Nomad Statistics

The term “digital nomad” is becoming increasingly popular in modern life, but it is still largely misunderstood by many countries and cultures. Digital Nomads are people that, generally speaking, combine work and travel – the perfect combination for those adventure-hungry individuals


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