In this episode, I speak to five digital nomads in Chiang Mai, Thailand – the digital nomad hotspot of the world.
Andrea Wilde from Tennessee. She does website design and content writing. On her blog, Andrea does a breakdown on how much money it costs her to live this lifestyle. It’s fascinating – especially if you’re considering coming out here.
Ron Tuch from Miami sells stuff on Amazon. It’s a very cool business model and he’s very good at what he does. He’s also got a blog where he shares his adventure.
Libryia Jones from Tallahassee, Florida started the project My Wander Year out of a desire to see the world with her daughter. Frustrated with missing out on opportunities to live outside of the country in the past, she decided to create this opportunity for herself, her daughter, and anyone who, for whatever reason, thought it was not available to them. She takes a group of like-minded around the world for a year.
Amanda Day from Missouri does a fair trade women’s fashion called TropicBliss.
Karl Chmielowiec from Montreal, Canada came to Thailand to meet with the digital nomad community. Making friendship with entrepreneurs and inspiring people, he has found his purpose clarified. He is now associating with a Thai Fashion Brand and will help them expand in the online market. This aligns with his vision of entering the music market, as music and fashion makes love
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