I made my first trip as a digital nomad 10 years ago when I was 20 years old. I was still in University and was writing my master thesis. Since then, I have traveled the world while working online.
After my studies, I worked as an IT consultant with a large international firm. I learned a lot, but something was missing. The urge to build something, to be my own boss.
For the last three years, I have been a full-time digital nomad. I have done shitty $8 per hour writing jobs. I started and failed an art startup and had to AirB&B my apartment to make ends meet. I worked at $60 per hour for corporate clients.
I did all this from amazing locations from Australia to Argentina, from the Sahara to Iceland, from the back of my van to co-working spaces.
I don’t write about how I made my first 1 Million Dollar. Because I have not done that yet. I do however, take you on my journey of a life of freedom and choice.
Lovely to meet you!
My latest Digital Nomad posts
Are you living the vanlife or perhaps thinking of taking the plunge? Perhaps you want to see some inspiring photos of vanlife, get ideas for a DIY campervan conversion or connect with other vanlifers on Instagram. Good news! Because today I am sharing the most awesome...read more
People that are on the road will know this as one of their main annoyances: inconsistent internet access. Especially when you are working online, you really want a good internet connection! After a couple of months on the road and lots of frustration, I found the...read more
Are you looking for a place to volunteer abroad for free? Then this may help you on your way! The below 7 websites are great places where you can find farms, hostels, families or any other location you can think of, where you can exchange your work for a free place to...read more
From 2015 to 2017 I ran accessART. An art startup in which I tried to connect artists from all over the world with buyers from all over the world. I am convinced that there is a real market for affordable art, and that shopping for art should be made much easier.
For a plentitude of reasons, I did not manage to turn this into a great company. I did, however, want to share with you some of the most popular blog posts that I created with my team. These blogs are both art related, as they are related to my personal journey as a female startup founder. Also, we published an Instagram Course for Artists.
Why I love being a digital nomad
Time to spend with people I care about
Living in a van