Hi I’m Nick, I’m a web developer working on a Solana NFT crypto startup.
I’ve been a digital nomad for 20 years (not non stop) since a very random trip to China in 2001 and my first backpacking trip to Berlin and Prague shortly after.
I’m currently in Bansko, Bulgaria – Europe’s digital nomad hub, and maintain a flat in Prague where I’m based much of the year. I used to live in Saigon and London and travel (while working) several months a year (conditions allowing). I’ve also spent many years travelling slowly, visiting 73 countries so far.
I’m a big advocate of the Digital Nomad lifestyle and how it can enrich both your life and your bank account. I’m lucky enough to love my work (web development), and wake up every morning looking forward to whatever I do and able to choose the country I do it in. I think challenging travel is one of the keys to a fulfilling life.
I can fit everything I own in 2 bags (excluding my monitors and snowboard) and live in a tiny room in a shared flat in Prague and love it. I’m an advocate of very light extended travel with 1 carry on bag (my packing video).
I’m into FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early). I think this concept perfectly dovetails with others:
Remote Working / Home Office
Crypto / Investing
I think one of the most important things we should teach kids at school is financial literacy, but we don’t, why? Perhaps because teachers and those making school curricula are themselves financially illiterate?
I first bought Bitcoin in 2013 and think crypto will eat Finance (and not a moment too soon). I think Solana (SOL) will win in crypto, it’s orders of magnitude better.
My podcast (and new YouTube channel) is about my thoughts and experiences being a Digital Nomad, what I’ve learned and my current direction with FIRE. I also interview Digital Nomads to see how they got into the lifestyle.
Feel free to contact me with feedback or questions.
“Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go”T S Eliot
“Question Your Constraints”Elon Musk
“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”Albert Einstein