How do you become a Digital Nomad?

Are you wondering what you need to become a digital nomad and how it is to live a life of work and travel? On Floating Coconut you find plenty of articles to help you get started with this wonderful life of a vagabond.

Start with the “Ultimate Nomad Checklist” for example and work your way through the rest of the articles on the website.

And when you have questions there is a chat option to talk to me, I am Jeanette Slagt, a 60-year-old woman from the Netherlands, who became a digital nomad in 2015. That’s right!! When I was way past the second half of my life. So if I can do it, so can you!

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