I've learned a lot since I launched my podcast in September 2014, and I thought I would share some of my lessons learned for those who might also be interested in podcasting while traveling.
For those times when you have a bad Wi-Fi connection while traveling, one of the best back-ups is connecting to 3G data via a local SIM card. If you travel internationally and stay in one country for a while, buying a local SIM card is worth the effort. Read about my experiences buying local SIM cards...
I'm constantly adding to, and tweaking, my list of most-used and favorite apps and services that make living and working anywhere in the world possible (and easier!). I just found this cool service called List.ly, so I thought I'd try it out as a way to share my latest favorites with you.
There are so many tools, apps, and services available these days that are helpful for nomads, travelers, and online entrepreneurs. Here are the ones that work for me right now.
This is Step 5 in the 7 Steps to a Life of Travel series. Before you go, some things will have to be taken OFF autopilot, and others will need to be put ON autopilot.
Not being able to get connected when you need to is one of the worst things that can happen to a digital nomad! Get my top tips to handle the situation here.