You’ll find a lot of information on this website focusing on the finances needed to achieve financial independence and enjoy a mobile pretirement. After all, it’s in our name. But what about the realities of life as a Digital Nomad? One of the most common questions we hear is, “So what’s the daily grind of a Wanderer actually like?”
As full-timers, digital nomads, day traders, or whatever people call us, our daily life is…
different than the average 9-5 working person’s. We don’t have to “go to work.” Yet we’re not retired or on vacation either. We’re working every day to generate income. Trading for a living takes discipline, focus, skill, continuing education, and a commitment to staying up-to-date with current market news and events. We cover all of that here in the form of stock trading lessons, a basic trading course for subscribers, global market updates, and the application of various trading strategies and techniques.
We’re not a traditional group of traders. We’re wanderers. We know just how overwhelming it is to comprehend the logistics surrounding a digital nomad’s life. The transition from a 9-5 life to that of a financially independent wanderer is a big one. So even if you’re not ready to pull the plug quite yet, we’re here for you when you are. Plus, if you’re like us (Pat & Lorin), you’ll want to read every resource you can about the digital nomad, wandering life long before you are ready to do it yourself. That’s what this section is all about.
Got a digital nomad, wandering life question for us that you’d like to see in an article? Shoot us an email with your question/topic suggestion. There’s a good chance we’ll cover it.
June 17, 2018
Camping on BLM land in Utah with 2 bars of internet service from somewhere far away. One of the great benefits of modern technology is the ability to connect to the internet from almost anywhere. I could also argue it’s … read more Valley of the Gods
April 17, 2018
Pat’s 1966 Airstream at the Sayulita campground, fifty feet from the beach. Sometimes working inside our tiny homes just isn’t conducive to productivity. Fortunately, there are often good alternatives. For two months I worked from a co-work office space in … read more Alternative Work Space
May 5, 2016
Pat and Ali are the real deal. We’ve met them three times now, and each time they simply opened up their lives and accepted us for who we were. There are no pretenses, no discomfort, no expectations. They are who … read more My Visit with the Bumfuzzles