Digital Nomad Essentials with Thrifty Girl
Interested in becoming a location independent entity? The recent explosion in remote work has opened the door for anyone who wants to embrace a more adventurous lifestyle. This class will give you the tools to consider your options and hatch a plan: Save, budget, research, network and more. First, we will tackle the BIG question: Is this digital nomad lifestyle for you? How can you test it out before you rent a storage locker and give up your permanent residence?
Then, we'll dive a little deeper:
Finally, we'll explore some of the nitty-gritty issues:
There will be time at the end of class to answer your questions and address individual concerns. The instructor will provide a free copy of the Kindle version of her book Thrifty Girl Kicks Your Financial Butt to every student. The class is limited to 8 students. The class is 1.5 hours, but can be extended 30 minutes to support any additional question.
Alexis Steinkamp has been accused of passport abuse. In the last few years, she's traveled over 100K miles on a tight budget, lived on three continents and hit many digital nomad hotspots including Medellin, Buenos Aires, Quito, Cuenca, Lisbon, Porto, Barcelona, Tarifa, Berlin, Amsterdam and Montreal. And, she's learned a thing or two about designing an alternative lifestyle on the move--and on a budget! Read all about the adventure at Freerangechickblog.wordpress.com. And, you can follow her personal finance ramblings at Thriftygirladventures.wordpress.com.
All ages welcome
This experience has a minimum of 2 students required to go forward. You'll be notified if it is below minimum 7 days in advance. If the minimum is not met 24 hours before the event, you’ll have the option to pay the difference for a private event amount, transfer to another date or Dabble experience, or receive a refund.Cancellation Policy
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Organizing your finances shouldn't be painful! I used to be a starving artist. Then, I figured out how to use my creativity to manage my finances and design an alternative lifestyle. It was a game changer. I worked hard, saved money, bought property, sold it, hatched plans, made lots of lists, etc. Then I wrote a book about it: "Thrifty Girl Kicks Your Financial Butt"
Today, I'm a digital nomad. I don't have a permanent home. I work part time and travel the globe in search of sunny weather, inspirational places and meaningful moments. Read all about my adventures at https://freerangechickblog.wordpress.com. I also write a personal finance blog at https://thriftygirladventures.wordpress.com. I enjoy sharing my story and insights with anyone who's curious.