Living the life of a digital nomad

todayFebruary 9, 2023 242

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The world is changing at a rapid pace, and while not all of it is good there are a few good things that come with these changes, like becoming a digital nomad.

A digital nomad is someone who earns a living working online, and in various places. So they aren’t stuck to any one place.

Like, a writer, or a video editor, or a graphic designer even.The possibilities are endless!

And several Asian countries have caught up to this new kind of lifestyle, and are offering people ‘remote work visas’.

Countries like Indonesia, because they have noticed that Canggu and Ubud situated in Bali, have become hotspots for digital nomads. Unfortunately, you have to earn a minimum of $2000 per month, which is about N$35,000, to qualify for a remote work visa.

But so, Canggu and Ubud, in Bali, have been named among the top five destinations for remote workers in a ranking published by Digital

The ranking compiled the best places for digital nomads to live, based on factors like the monthly cost of living and Wi-Fi speed.

Written by: Anne Mans

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