Concerned about boredom, loneliness, anxiety or depression in all this COVID-19 uncertainty? Here are a few tips to remain upbeat.
We asked Matt Kepnes, AKA Nomadic Matt, about the pros and cons of full-time travel, the role of influencers and life in general. Check out what he had to say.
What computer equipment does a Digital Nomad really need to be successful?
Need internet access on your travels around New Zealand? Learn here what your options are, whether you’re here for a few weeks or months.
Thinking about touring New Zealand? Hear from a tour guide in this beautiful country what it is like. Then come and see for yourself.
Do you travel long-term/full-time (without fixed abode)? Find out here (how to still have an address) and what to do with your physical mail.
Not sure what to do with your old photos and documents? Make space in your home and preserve your mementoes with our step-by-step guide.
The password hacking statistics are alarming. Avoid being the next victim of online identity fraud with the help of password managers and a few simple tricks.
Are you about to start your own blog or website? We share the key technology mistakes we made since first starting MinimalistJourneys.com two years ago. Why? So you won’t have to go through the same pain.
We are often afraid to change our lives, for fear of the unknown. Is it worth taking risks or make certain choices, like travelling long-term, affect your career prospects detrimentally?
With the cost of living spiralling globally, we wondered: Would it be cheaper to travel full-time than live in Sydney? See what we discovered.
Find out what our top five ways to create a delightful Airbnb experience are – both as guest and as host. You might be surprised!
Do you want to stay fit and healthy so that you can do whatever it is that gets you up in the morning? We use health and fitness apps. Check out here which ones we can recommend.
Colin Wright, in his book, How to travel full-time, said “…you’re essentially exposing yourself to a whole new swath of germs, bugs, bacteria, and other microorganisms.” He was referring to getting sick while travelling.