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Nomad working

Nomad working

What is a digital nomad?

In my understanding a worker whose job is digitally based and able to work at many different places, and can move around for his job or in his life.

Of course I could do this too, but as a freelancer and as I have a family, I sometimes prefer to go elsewhere to work. 

This freedom and flexibility is positive in many ways, although disrupting traditional work patterns in many ways. I usually post on FB or Instagram when I work remotely like this

The organization of my job af a freelancer with Nenolink is adapted to this as I have a minimum need of paper amd equipment. I supply my computer with a good laptop to carry around, and at least in Scandinavia, a router from Net1, sustainable as it is with 60km between masts and good coverage in the outskirts. 

The professional newspaper Børsen recently wrote an article about my use of network.


My whole setup (A cheap way to run a 100% online company) will be described in my blog.


Here are some Danish and foreign job bases you can sign up for. Prices are not high and unless you have a specialized field, it can be hard work. And links to blogs etc.

Normad lifestyle and getting started

Guru (Portal)  Add your services

Kicklox (Portal, engineering jobs) 

Sign up with Linkedin

 Alfabeto (Danish, tekstforfatter)

The Top 60 Remote Work Websites for New Opportunities in 2022 (English, International)

 Upwork (Portal)

 Nodesk (Portal)

Workingnomads (Portal)

Eworkgroup (Consultancies, Danish)

Onlinebijobber Extra Jobs, Danish


Tekstspot (Tekstforfatter Danish)

Small companies (exchange foor visibility)

European rules and ressources for work

Living4wheel (Nomad site)

Peopleperhour (Portal)

You know Westfalia from your camping holidays? Van work

Amino (Small jobs and freelance, Danish)

Worksome (Portal Danish)

Freelancer (Portal)


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