Digital Nomad Europe is a resource for digital nomads and freelancers living and working in the European Union, as well as for other location-independent workers.
It takes a special type of person to be a digital nomad: the quest for freedom and independence is greater than any thought of job security.
The life of a digital nomad is full of uncertainty and also excitement. A passion for travel and a brilliant brain for business are essential. Persistence and adaptability are key to thrive in this type of work.
If you have just started your career as a digital nomad or are planning to become a remote worker, you will find the Starting and Freelancing sections useful: they contain information on which types of freelance projects are more suitable for remote working.
The Interviews section can provide inspiration to both new and established digital nomads: interviews feature advice to new location-independent freelancers and advice on how to manage your business on the road. If you are an established digital nomad and would like to share your experience with others, please get in touch.
This website occasionally features sponsored content and affiliate links. Unfortunately unpaid guest post requests will not be considered.
Founder and Chief Editor, Paola Bassanese
My name is Paola Bassanese, originally from Italy, I have lived in the UK and currently live in Ireland. I feel European first and foremost and my aim is to provide useful information to entrepreneurs and freelancers to help them thrive. In this website you can find practical articles to allow you to pursue your digital nomad career anywhere you go.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @paolaenergya
You can also find me on LinkedIn and Medium.com.
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