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Digital nomad life is the life — just check #RemoteWork on Instagram to get some inspo for your next glamorous “office.” But solo travel can get lonely — it’s probably the biggest downside to being a fulltime remote worker. What if you didn’t have to do it alone?

If you love the idea of being a digital nomad, but also want to build lasting friendships and make career building contacts, leading a travel community might be for you. …


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The best part about being a digital nomad is the ability to go just about anywhere at any time. But despite the common misconception that digital nomad life is a never-ending vacation, work still needs to get done, no matter where in the world you are. So why not kill both those birds with the same stone by going somewhere rad for a digital nomad work retreat?

Putting together a work retreat may seem like a lot of work (and it will be), but the rewards will be so worth it: making new friends and networking, exploring a new place, and getting a ton of work done. …


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They’ve commented on your Facebook and Instagram posts about your travels. They’ve followed your life overseas from afar. And now, finally, one of your “home friends” is coming to visit you abroad. This is great news, right?

Right, but only as long as everyone has the right expectations for the visit. You already know that, as glamorous as your life on the road may look to an outsider, it’s not a vacation. It’s your real life. And visitors? Well, very few of them inherently understand that.

So while you prepare to be reunited with a friend from back home, here’s what you should expect from their visit. …