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Digital Nomads

A List of Digital Nomads, Vagabonds, Dreamers, Entrepreneurs, Minimalists, and Misfits with a passion for the frugal lifestyle on the road and around the globe.

Pursuit of Everything

The Pursuit of Everything (POE) project is a website I launched on August 16, 2012 (my 30th birthday) to publish my writing about living life deliberately, doing work that truly matters, and changing the world.

Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

My name is Nomadic Matt and I’ve been traveling the world since 2006. Growing up in Boston, I was never a big traveler. I didn’t take my first trip overseas until I was 23. Outside a cruise and college trip to Montreal, I had no travel experience. After college, I got a job and the standard American two weeks a year vacation. I wanted to use that time to travel. After all, it was vacation time, right? So for my first trip overseas, I went on a tour to Costa Rica.

That trip changed my life.

The Art of Non-Conformity

I write, travel, and help people take over the world. This site hosts The Art of Non-Conformity blog and the diary of my travel adventures in every country in the world. If you're dissatisfied with conventional beliefs and want to do something remarkable with your life, I'd love to welcome you to the revolution.

Go Curry Cracker!

Go to school. Get good grades. Get a good job. Buy a house. Work for 30+ years. Be a consumer. Retire on a golf course.

For many, this is the recipe for success. But life has more to offer those willing to change the ingredients.

The Minimalists

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus write about living a meaningful life with less stuff for 2 million readers.

Live and Work Awesomely - The Perpetual Vacation

Life is better when you enjoy your work. Our time here is precious, so why live it in fear and devoid of meaning? Join our quest to live and work awesomely.

The Suitcase Entrepreneur

Have you’ve always known you shouldn’t be working for someone else? You know, doing something that doesn’t really float your boat in the 9-5 world? Do you rebel against conforming, against authority and believe things can be different and you can set your own rules and create your own lifestyle choices?

Israel Smith

After a brief, dissatisfying career as an IT Consultant, I opted-out of the corporate world in early 2004 and became a portrait photographer.......see much more

A Restless Transplant

My truck slid off a road in Central Baja, and a Subaru Brat saved my ass.

Exile Lifestyle

A professional author who starts and runs businesses and travels full-time. Well known for his writing, travels, and his goal of only owning 50 things.

Vagablogging :: Rolf Potts Vagabonding Blog

American anthropologist Ralph Linton wrote the following essay, which appeared in the American Mercury in 1937. Published half a decade before "globalization" became a buzz-word, it humorously illustrates how everyday routine in modern America is the sum of years of global human ingenuity.

A Digital Nomad Couple Who Sold Everything to Travel Forever

Because Life is Short and the World is Large