Category: Millennial Nomad

Two Little Mice Fell Into a Bucket of Cream Lesson

Two Little Mice Fell Into a Bucket of Cream Lesson Catch Me If You Can | Life Nomading

Just recently, I had the itch to watch a favorite movie of mine, Catch Me If You Can. It has been many years since I last watched this movie, and so many of the scenes I had totally forgotten about. The one scene that really stuck out to me is when Frank Abagnale Sr. won […]

Why I Left My Job, and Why You’ll Read This

Why I Left My Job, and Why You’ll Read This Exit Sign | Life Nomad

Whether you follow my life adventures or not, you probably have seen or clued in that I am a huge advocate for following a path that you love in life. Let me first take you back six months to set up the rest of this article… Six months ago I decided to leave my startup, I […]

Don’t Read This, Go Eat Turkey Instead

Don’t Read This, Go Eat Turkey Instead Happy Thanksgiving | Life Nomading

It’s that time of the year again where the turkey is freshly carved, the cranberries are beautifully red, and the pies are being sliced. Many of you will gather around a large table with your family of 5, 10, perhaps even 30 people deep. You will share stories and spend valuable time with each other. We […]

Giveaway: $100 Startup

Giveaway: $100 Startup Thanksgiving Giveaway | Life Nomading

With the Thanksgiving season quickly approaching, I wanted to wish all of my readers and subscribers a happy turkey week. “The $100 Startup” by: Chris Guillebeau changed my freelance and online business life. This book is a must read for anyone who wants to journey into the world of self-employment (solopreneurism) and remote work. This […]

Self Care

Self Care Zach Friedman | Life Nomading

To heal one’s self from the ailments of daily living, to create a constant state of active rest. This is the prescription to a subscription of livelihood: investing on being grounded. Be the one rooted in the nutrients that nuirsh the world. It’s not about making the world a better place. It’s about making yourself […]

5 Steps Towards Nomadic Budgeting

5 Steps Towards Nomadic Budgeting Waag Society | Life Nomading

Let’s face it, budgeting your finances can be an extremely arduous and downright boring task to do. That is why many of us don’t waste time (especially in our early 20’s) setting budgets for ourselves. I once hated spending time on setting reasonable budgets for myself. I got discouraged at the fact that tracking how […]