While the pandemic may have taken away many opportunities, it has also undeniably opened a range of new possibilities for a lot of people. We have been making changes in our lifestyles, spending more time discovering ourselves, and small businesses have been gaining traction. A lot of people have also started exploring the idea of working from anywhere and have embraced the Digital Nomad lifestyle.

Digital nomads, as you may have already heard, are individuals who operate remotely and virtually on any location one can possibly think of. They have the best of both worlds in their hands because work and travel can be done simultaneously.

And in case you missed it, here are some of the emerging types of Digital Nomads.


These are the people who use digital tools such as their laptops, smartphones, and fast internet connections to run their own enterprises while traveling across the world.

There are currently a number of online platforms that allow entrepreneurs to start a business without the need for a physical location. As a Digital Nomad Entrepreneur, you have the complete freedom to run your business while visiting the places on your travel bucket list!


While many firms have adopted telecommuting because of the pandemic, there are numerous work opportunities that may be done at home or even on the go. These include social media management, copywriting, online teaching, web development, project management, and so many others.

Blogging is one of the most common work-from-home jobs. Like any other job, it's not an easy task. A niche, a domain name, and a strategy for gaining readers and followers are all necessary steps in the process. Even if you don't get there in a flash, writing down your thoughts and sharing them with the world isn't a bad idea. Blogging is an excellent option for digital nomads because it allows you to work from anywhere in the world and earn a living doing what you love.


For those who like the flexibility of being able to take on as many or as few projects as they want, freelancing may be for you. Finding clients or customers is the next step after determining your skills and services. You can begin with a small number of clients, and if they are pleased with your work, they may even recommend your service to others. By doing this, you will be able to build your clientele as well as your portfolio.

You don't need much more than a laptop or smartphone and an internet connection to get started. Working as a freelancer entails being your own boss and collaborating on projects with a variety of businesses without having to leave your house.

So if you want to try living and working on the road but aren't sure where to begin, make sure to visit our Working From Anywhere Guide to get you started. 

 If you already are a digital nomad, we've rounded up some must-haves for your work and travels in our Digital Nomad Collection

See you on the road, Wanderer!