Living off the grid, traveling often and working from coffee shops, all of these are – theoretically – enjoyable things, but, as any activity, they have various degrees of efficiency. For instance, you may travel often, but you may not alway get the best travel or accommodation deals, because, well, reasons. Or you may try to work from coffee shops, but you’re too dependent on their WiFi (which, more often than not, is shaky).
In short, all these activities are improvable. And, during human history, the best way to improve an activity was to create some tools for it.
What follows is a short list of tools I use, as a digital nomad, to get my job done faster and with less friction. This list – or, how I like to call it, a digital nomad toolkit – is by no means finished, or claiming that it’s the best you can find. It is, by itself, improvable, so feel free to leave a comment with your suggestions or observations.
1. Digital Tools
In this category I put tools that help…
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