Every time you turn the pages of a travel magazine, you will come across the need to create memories and unforgettable experiences. For a digital nomad, these larger than experiences become routine. Their addiction to travel stems not just from an innately exploratory soul, but from the connections they establish through it.
Here is a list of ten inspiring digital nomads who are traveling the world and earning at the same time.
When Pilar Noriega started this blog in 2017, she had already traveled quite a bit around the world. She explored the world through education trips (mostly scholarships), work, and volunteer projects. The blog is a window into her experiences and how she succeeded in funding her nomadic life.
Derek Earl started this blog in 2009. He has been traveling since 1999 and is such an avid traveler that he doesn’t even have a home base. His travels are mostly focused on human interactions and the blog is maintained to help travelers with information about new and interesting places.
3) Legal Nomads
Jodi Ettenberg used to be a lawyer. She gave up her profession over a decade ago when she traveled to Siberia. The trip opened new pathways to travel and food explorations and Jodi never turned back..
4) Nomadic Matt
Matt quit his job in 2006 and started traveling as a nomad. His blogs are interestingly based on exploring new places without spending a lot of money. He shares tips on earning while you travel, about local foods and cultural interactions.
Nick and Dariece are a Canadian couple who have been traveling for 8 years. They sold their home in Canada and started backpacking around Southeast Asia. Their trips became longer and they started looking for ways to fund their wanderer’s lifestyle. From teaching English in China to trekking in Chile, they have collected a wealth of knowledge and experiences through their journeys.
Kaylee started this blog in 2017. She has traveled to 30 countries so far. The blog is ideal for those who are planning to travel to North America. Her blogs talk a lot about Palm Springs vacays which Kaylee considers as her second home. You will find tips on photography, maintaining social media profiles and travel blogging.
Glo maintains this blog as her way of financing her travels. She has been traveling since 2013 after graduating from college. Having traveled to more than 70 countries and 6 continents, she recently announced that she has leased a home in Malta. The insights she shares can be helpful, especially for girls.
8) Justyn Jen
Justyn has traveled to 71 countries and 147 cities. She often travels solo which makes her blog a perfect source for female solo travelers. Her blogs include crucial details about preparing ahead for the trip and how to interact with the locals. The posts include details like the best places to stay and even itineraries for prospective travelers.
Will Hatton founded the Broke Backpacker in 2014 after being on the road for six years. He has trekked deep into the Venezuelan jungle, herded goats in the Holy Land and has survived gun-point robberies in Nepal. He shares the lessons he learned on the road along with tips to travel without spending a lot of money.
Claire is a 30-something digital nomad. Her blog includes interesting details about the countries she has visited. She travels solo and aims to be an inspiration for women over 30 who would want to do the same.