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
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
Are you looking into digital nomad life? Are you looking to land a remote job with a reputable company? And are unsure where to start? That's very normal! It's not easy to get a good remote job with a reputable company that pays decently too. Especially if you're...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