Being on the road full-time, part-time or long-term can ask a lot from your body. There are a few hacks you can practice to minimize your travel sickness to stay healthy and enjoy your holiday (and let’s be honest, avoid the ridiculous hospital bills!). (more…)
It’s always been a dream of mine: earning money on autopilot with autopilot affiliate marketing software. And although it’s not easy, creating passive income streams is now easier than ever thanks to our best friend, the internet. There are bloggers that earn $50,000 per month, every month, just by using affiliate links. There are various ways, and I discuss most of them on the blog, but one I haven’t really gotten in to is driving revenue on autopilot by signing your business up for an affiliate program.
Let’s start with a question: do you really have time for that course, free e-mail course of webinar? I don’t think so to be honest! As a productivity master I noticed that (new/aspiring) business owners and entrepreneurs sign up to EVERYTHING, because you know, free information! But do you really have time to follow the course or check the webinar AND implement all the steps afterward? (more…)
One thing I learned the last few years is trusting my gut feelings. Not only in travel, but also in running a business. As a digital nomad I sometimes feel like making the wrong choices. I’m fully aware of it, but it seems necessary. (more…)
About 5 years ago, I was obsessed with everything I could read. I read every magazine, every blog and every social media update I could. I found interesting articles via Twitter that I’d add to my Evernote notebook filled with things to read. I’d open a new tab and send all the articles I couldn’t finish or read yet to OneTab.
As you may have noticed, the world is going global. And I bet this is just the start. There are many benefits, like more opportunities and a bigger market to serve if you are a business owner or freelancer, but there is also more competition. (more…)
Too much luggage or an overweight backpack; it makes everybody cry. Especially if you’re searching for your hotel in a sandy street, when you brought your suitcase. Or when your backpack is overweight, it’s 40 degrees and you need to walk at least 45 minutes to your next destinations. We all have been here, and we all wished we didn’t bring that extra pair of running shoes or the big bottles of shampoo and conditioner.
I recently thought about giving back as a successful business owner or blogger. Not claiming I am, I was just fantasizing when I’d call myself a successful business owner and blogger and when it’s time to give back to the community. (more…)