How to choose between a job you like, your family and
Relax and read Sandra’s testimony.
Sandra became a full-time freelancer in March 2017 when she decided to leave her Project Management job at an IT company. She used to translate on the side while working at her full-time job, but now she’s pleased to say that translating is her only job.
She is married, has two children, and loves to travel. Her
How did you start working as a Digital Nomad?
I didn’t really plan to start as a Digital Nomad, but being a
Since I still have clients that expect me to meet deadlines, my rhythm of work has adapted to
Describe a typical day as a Digital Nomad
For example, during our summer
What are the downsides of being Digital Nomad?
If I have to work through the night without getting any sleep I am not the most loveable person. I actually do need my sleep, but when you have a lot of work… it’s not all glitter and glamour!
What are your favorite aspects of this lifestyle?
I love the freedom that I have to plan my own work. I get to spend more time with my kids, and I would not have it any other way!
In this year alone, I have worked from Italy, Spain, Germany, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, France
I really want to travel as much as I can! According to Wikipedia, there are 47 capitals in Europe, and I still have to visit 16 of them… Yes, it is an obsession!
What is your advice for people interested in becoming a Digital Nomad?
Being a Digital Nomad means you can enjoy life while working. Mind you, it is often quite hard, but it is all so worth it, so start doing it now. Get yourself a good laptop and get to it! Now that there are no more roaming costs, the world is at your feet!