Digital Nomads

The crazy French man has arrived! I have now almost spent more time abroad than living in my own country, can you believe that? At 21 years old, I had one dream in mind to work and travel the world at the same time. I could not speak English and the furthermost destination I have been was the “South of France”

Firstly, I studied marketing for two years, got my diploma, and attempt to get a degree. Knowing that what I was doing at that point was not the right path for me. I quit school after three months. It was time to “step up” and work hard to get where I wanted to be. Waking up early, and working different jobs including long shifts at the bread factory was my daily routine. Being part of a “non-wanted” life, I could not get stuck there forever. Eventually, I got a certificate that allows me to work with children & also became a lifeguard.

After two years of hard labor, I had enough and had to find a solution. I could not find a job abroad because of my poor English. I wrote a fake resume, sent it to different agencies in the hope to get “the Phone call” that will change my life. One week later, a tourism agency called and asked me if I will be interested in working in the “Bahamas” for a period of 6 to 7 months.

They urgently needed someone that could speak French and had to leave within a week. (Can you imagine how my parents reacted when I told them that). They required someone that could speak French, but they also mention English. Did I told to them that my English was sucked? I did not, and they were pretty pissed when I land in the Bahamas. They gave me all that I was looking for, an opportunity to work and travel! They give me three months to learn English, and I worked my A** off to get where I am today.

18 years later & I have now traveled over 40 countries, worked in 9 of them and cycled over 21000km over 16 countries and 3 continents.

Are you ready to become a Digital Nomad? | Season 1 ( 12 Episodes)

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5 MAJOR Mistakes to Avoid As Digital Nomads
7 ways to make a living as a digital nomad
6 websites or apps...
Best Way to Pitch Brands And Get FREE Stuff
A Guide for a CHEAP and Affordable Accommodation
Living as a Digital Nomads in Kuala Lumpur


Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could work from anywhere and travel the world? There are now more jobs than ever where all you need is access to the internet. With more tools than ever available at your disposal, traveling the world as a Digital Nomad is now a reality

A Digital Nomad Guide to Kuala-Lumpur

The capital has a lot to offer, and you won’t just experience Malaysia, you’ll get to see parts of China, India, Indonesia and many other places.

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A Guide for a CHEAP and Affordable Accommodation

I am going to give 10 awesome tips that will allow you to save hips of money during your next adventure and the best way for you to find a cheap and affordable stay that will allow you to explore more during your travels.

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6 websites/app Every Digital Nomad Should Bookmark

6 websites/app Every Digital Nomad Should Bookmark: You want to become a Digital nomad and you have always wondered which websites or apps could help you while you are on the road.

Lucky for you… I have selected for you 6 awesome websites and apps that Every Digital Nomad Should Bookmark…

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Traveling Light in 2021: The Best Carry on Backpacks

When it comes to The Best Carry on Backpacks, there are a few things you need to know…

First, there are a lot of backpacks on the market at the moment. Some of them are amazing, but some of them are crap.

Second – the term carry on will vary depending on the airline. What some airlines allow – others will not.

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5 Rookie Mistakes To Avoid When Becoming a Digital Nomad

Good day, guys, how are you doing today? Because of the covid we are now stuck at home in Malaysia and we can’t travel anywhere but it will not last forever and you want to be ready to travel the world as soon as the borders open.

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The Pros and Cons of Being a Digital Nomad

Have you ever wanted to just pack up your things, quit your job and take off on a never ending adventure? Once upon a time mankind roamed freely, from country to country, moving from one place to another. The very first human societies were nomadic and probably did not think that 100 of thousand year later we will be mostly sedentary and scared of the unknown.