Having higher end stuff is nice and sometimes – but not always – better but there’s nothing like being able to keep yourself and your family safe, fed, and as comfortable as possible. Especially when others are not as fortunate.
Talking down to someone or insulting their efforts or how they are working to provide for themselves and their family is like looking down at a McDonald’s employee getting honest pay for honest work. Let’s encourage each other and be proud of our efforts no matter how much (or how little) we spend.
- United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) – APHIS Pet Travel
- American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) – Traveling With Your Dog or Cat
- American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) – Traveling with Your Pet FAQ
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Traveling with Pets
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) – Pets in the Passenger Cabin
- International Air Transport Association (IATA) – Cargo: Live Animals
- US Food & Drug Association (FDA) – Travel Training for You and Your Pets
- U.S. Department of Transportation (USDT) – Plane Talk: Traveling with Animals
- The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss is a must-read for any digital nomad looking to live a more fulfilling life with less work. Ferriss shares his insights on how to automate your work, outsource tasks, and prioritize what’s important so you can work less and live more.
- Digital Nomad by Tsugio Makimoto and David Manners is an excellent guide to living the digital nomad lifestyle. It provides tips on how to travel, work remotely, and stay productive while on the road.
- Remote: Office Not Required by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson is a guide to working remotely and building a successful remote team. It provides insights on how to manage your time, communication, and productivity while working remotely.
- The Suitcase Entrepreneur by Natalie Sisson provides practical tips and advice for aspiring digital nomads. It covers everything from how to start your own business to how to travel and work on the road.
- The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau is all about living life on your own terms. It provides inspiration and guidance for those who want to break free from the traditional 9-5 and live a more unconventional life.
- Vagabonding by Rolf Potts is a classic guide to long-term travel. It provides practical tips on how to travel on a budget, find cheap accommodation, and stay safe while on the road.
- The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau provides practical advice on how to start a business on a shoestring budget. It provides case studies of successful digital nomads who started their own businesses with little or no money.
- The Lean Startup by Eric Ries provides insights on how to start a business and build a successful product using a lean approach. It’s a great guide for digital nomads who want to start their own businesses and stay lean while on the road.
- The Nomad Capitalist by Andrew Henderson provides practical advice on how to live a global lifestyle and manage your finances as a digital nomad. It covers everything from tax optimization to international banking.
- The Art of Possibility by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander provides insights on how to live a more fulfilling life and find meaning in your work. It’s a great read for digital nomads who want to stay inspired and motivated while on the road.
- The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle provides insights on how to live in the present moment and find inner peace. It’s a great read for digital nomads who want to stay mindful and grounded while on the road.
- The One Thing by Gary Keller provides practical advice on how to focus on what’s important and eliminate distractions. It’s a great read for digital nomads who want to stay focused and productive while working remotely.
- Deep Work by Cal Newport provides insights on how to stay focused and productive while working remotely. It’s a great read for digital nomads who want to eliminate distractions and stay focused on their work.
- Essentialism by Greg McKeown provides practical advice on how to focus on what’s important and eliminate the rest. It’s a great read for digital nomads who want to stay focused and productive while living a more intentional life.
- Beacons – $20 credit
Beacons is a free forever mobile website builder with e-commerce and monetization built-in. It’s great for everyone but is particularly awesome for creators on TikTok and Instagram. Set up a beautiful page in one minute with unlimited links and on-page analytics.
- Nomad Internet – $25 off one month service
The leading wireless high-speed internet for rural locations and traveling nomads. No contracts. No credit checks. No data limits. No throttling.
- HipCamp – $10 camper credit or $100 landowner credit
Discover and book tent camping, RV parks, cabins, treehouses, and glamping. You can even tell someone to go take a hike or GTFFO (get the fur friend outdoors) by sending them an electronic gift card!
- Home Exchange – 250 GP for using my referral link + 100 GP when you complete your home + 150 GP when you activate your membership
HomeExchange is the world leader in home exchange vacations. With over 400,000 homes in 187 countries, you have a LOT of options for an affordable, authentic and safe way to travel the world.