There are so many little gadgets and gizmos out there that you can purchase and bring along with you on your travels to make your life much easier. Every Digital Nomad should have a look at the websites below to find out how you can change your life for the better: by simplifying and improving your equipment that you carry around with you.
Check out the links of these Nomads that have been there and done that, and can tell you what to bring and what not to bring along with you on your travels.
Matthew Karsten has been traveling around the world for the last 9 years as a blogger, photographer, and digital nomad. Adventure travel & photography are his passions. Let him inspire you to travel more with crazy stories, photography, and money-saving tips. He will show you how to travel the world, to seek experiences over possessions, and open your mind to new possibilities. To visit places that you didn’t even know existed!
Here are his excellent articles about Cheap International Cell Phone & Data Service for Travellers and a Travel Photography Gear Guide…
Mike and Oshin have been full time traveling for over 7 years. This incredible blog is about where they go, what inspires them, and explains in a lot of detail the numerous ways how they consistently make money online to foot the bill on a travel-intensive lifestyle. Their primary objective is to help and motivate others to pick up a passport, get a remote job and explore it –to find balance and improve their quality of life.
Have a look at this very interesting article about personal GPS trackers for kids, luggage and traveling.
Jodi Etternberg, quit her job as a lawyer in 2008 to visit Siberia. She planned to take only a year sabbatical to travel the world but never returned to the law. Instead, as a celiac, she ended up living the Nomadic Lifestyle with exciting work in food, public speaking, and storytelling.
In 2017, a botched spinal tap derailed her life and left her disabled. Her work and travels ground to a halt. Legal Nomads now reflects her new reality: she shares lessons from the road, and also how to cope with grief and chronic pain. And how to cultivate the resilience required to navigate tough times.
Legal Nomads remains a place to connect with others through curiosity and discovery. Read her fantastic article about Technology, Electronics, and Apps here…
Gaby and Kristen’s website is full of real, actionable information that guides you, step-by-step, into the digital nomad lifestyle – representing the idea of maximum travel with minimum baggage (and not just the luggage kind). One Bag Nomad exists to help you leave all the unnecessary behind and to save time by finding all the information you need in one place.
Peruse this awesome site and learn the finer details of being a Digital Nomad and what gear you absolutely must have for traveling.
Will Hatton has been an adventurer and entrepreneur for 10 years. He is passionate about real adventures; freezing peaks and steaming jungles, crashing waves and raging rivers; if it gets his heart pumping and his blood racing, he is down. The goal of The Broke Backpacker is to show budding adventurers how to ditch their desks, hit the road and discover the intoxicating levels of freedom that can only be found while traveling the world. Will believes that travel is the ultimate learning experience and that when you are out of your comfort zone, this is when you learn the most.
What a website! That’s all I can say… have fun reading Will’s post on why you should pack a hammock.
This website is all about the travels of a family of four from Belgium. They say that the world is out there to discover and they can’t wait to see as much of it as possible. They want to discover all the magic that’s out there and share it with you.
Their website is family-orientated and wonderful to read. Be informed by checking out their posts on 10 essential steps for planning long term travel with kids, which includes what equipment to take with.
Nora Dunn, originally from Canada, slow traveled the world full-time for 12 years (through over 55 countries and 5 continents), and still travels for half the year! She’s an expert on travel, personal finance (as a former Certified Financial Planner), and lifestyle design. She’s lived a variety of lifestyles by working in trade for free accommodation. Her location independent writing career takes care of the rest of the expenses. She has got a ton of content on her website. Since 2007, she’s perfected the art of traveling full-time in a financially sustainable way. If you’d like to learn how to do the same, then check out her brilliant site.
For her completely jam-packed post on cell phone travel basics, click the button below here…
Transcend Your Limits is the place to learn about veganism, becoming a digital nomad, passive income, psychology and personal development. Stef shares travel tips, lifehacks and much more. He believes that everyone has the ability to improve themselves and unlock their potential. This site is full of actually useful personal development articles that you’ll WANT to read and use.
Here is his well written and informative post on what equipment is essential for digital nomads to pack and the most useful travel gadgets…
WiFi is not something that you pack but it is an essential part of a Digital Nomad’s Lifestyle. Do you know how you will be connecting to the internet? If you do not have a clue, are confused as to how to work with the internet while traveling, or are frustrated with your current source of WiFi, click here to learn tons more: