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I’m thinking about putting a small desk, bed, bathroom, etc (the basics) in a van so i can travel and keep up to date with work.
What I’m wondering is if there is any laws in Toronto/CA that i need to know before i get to it. Like if there is any difference in using a sprinter van as anything other than a vehicle; say office or living space.
Have you had a similar experience? Do you have any better ideas? Any advice is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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My boyfriend and I have the ability to work wherever. Currently have the means to buy a home in Southern California but we’re thinking of taking the DN route for a year. We have focused on Croatia. Making this a home base and traveling through Europe w…
Hi! I’m super interested in becoming a digital nomad but am worried I don’t have the skills! I have basic coding skills and a degree in Computer Science but I am not confident in my skills enough to feel like I can complete coding projects by myself. I’m looking for low pressure sort of roles that are short term. I’m very good at writing, can do a bit of website set up and design, and a bit of coding. Do you have any suggestions as to how I can get started with this and find small projects to work on that will still allow me to have free time to travel?
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TeachinTom here. I’m a backpacking, slow traveling, ESL professional for VipKid.
My partner and I have done central america and are working on South America soon. We were curious as to hear about Wi-fi quality down there as well as other places around the globe. I hear Bali has this wicked fiber optic cable and its super fast down there.
We tend so spend a month or so in each place we visit.
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