Digital Nomads

How to travel like a God during your voyage to Bali.

Inspired by an interview with Lydia Lee, who left her six-figure job in Canada “in pursuit of a path less conventional”, I decided to retrace her steps to Indonesia, to the Island of the Gods (Bali) and a place there called Ubud.

What follows is a guide to travel like a God during your visit to Bali, formed from my experiences over a three-week period in late 2016.

Everything you need to know to become a Digital Nomad in Bali.

If you live in a First World country chances are you’ve become a wage slave like I was before quitting a six-figure job to gain my independence. Or maybe you’ve already started freelancing and want to become a better freelancer. Whatever your reasons, becoming a Digital Nomad in Bali is not as difficult as you may think. But it takes preparation.

In this guide I will share valuable information and resources to help you decide if Bali is right for you, describe various move considerations, explain how to actually make the move and show you what’s necessary to get settled in.

Keep Calm and Carry On. Lightweight travel gear for the nomadically inclined.

Companion to the Bali Travel Survival Guide, the Digital Nomad Carry On Packing List is the result of weeks of research and contains opinions based on years of actual use. Use it while planning your next trip to Southeast Asia.

Welcome to Hack Cabin. Learn about the site architecture and why it was built.

Back in 2008 I started my first blog. Its original incarnation was a WordPress site hosted on Bluehost. I’ll never forget the countless hours I spent wrestling with WordPress plug-in updates, sweating my database back-up process, fighting the content editor to produce valid markup and, on at least one occasion, losing several hours of work as a result of clicking the wrong button somewhere. WordPress was complicated and it sucked.

WordPress was complicated and it sucked.

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TL;DR Scroll down for $100 towards your first stay at Roam, as seen on SFist. By now most are familiar with the concept of coworking. But what about coliving? For the uninitiated, let’s start with a definition lifted from Urban Dictionary just now: ColivingShared housing designed to support a purpose-driven life. A modern, urban lifestyle that values openness, sharing, and collaboration. _No dad, it's not a hippie commune. It's coliving.