Gear

A Digital Nomad, Remote Work and Travel Gear Guide & Packing List

We believe gear is not important for a digital nomad, remote worker or traveller. Your resourcefulness and mindset is primary. However, as gear is a frequent topic of enquiry we have put together this guide.

In this guide, we look at:

  • Minimalist Travel
  • How to Travel like a Minimalist
  • Packing Tips
  • Travel Baggage: Checked and Carry-on Baggage
  • Clothing
  • Gear

Tools for Working from Anywhere with Tim Ferriss

We jumped at the chance to interview the man who’s inspired us all, about what tactics, habits and routines pay off when you’re away from home and office.

Suitcase vs Backpack

Before I go out and buy myself a nice suitcase, are there any reasons why I might want to stick to a backpack?

What Is a Good Backpack for A Digital Nomad?

I’m looking to upgrade by JanSport backpack. I am going to be doing a lot of traveling that will require something that is heavy duty and can withstand the elements.

The 2016 Gear Post

My curent backpack weight is around 10.5 pounds, and as you probably know, this is everything I take with me to 20+ countries per year.

An in-flight kit you can pack at home to make any seat feel like first class

Here, we’ve created a takeoff-to-landing guide to spoiling yourself with the smartest, scientifically-proven, packable, multi-tasking, globally-sourced products you’ll need to land feeling, smelling, and looking fresh—or at least, not like you’ve been drinking red wine at altitude. Get ready to spritz your face while wearing compression socks and a padded turban from the future.

Carryology

When we started, there wasn’t really a broadly accepted term for bags, wallets, cases, luggage, and all the products we use to carry our things. To us, this is ‘carry’. We’re here to discover, discuss and disseminate new and better ways to carry.

The Tools & Kit I use to Stay Productive as a Digital Nomad Programmer

The first thing you give up as a Digital Nomad is your big comfy chair, second monitor and many of the other comforts you’re used to. But that doesn’t mean your mobile work environment has to be inferior. Here’s my list of hardware and software – built up over the last three years – to stay productive on the road.