My name is Sean, and I’m a 32 year old software developer. Most of my career has been in web development, but ever since I was a young lad slinging code in upstate New York, I’ve dreamed of making games. In order to realize this dream – and, honestly, just to have some fun too – I’ve decided to sell all my shit, buy a van, build it out, and travel around the United States.
Some of the most interesting digital nomads on the planet are very active on Instagram. This is a great thing because it allows those of us who are interested in this lifestyle to learn more about it first hand. Here are 22 amazing accounts that give us an interesting and often beautiful look at life from the perspective of a location independent professional.
This video displays the most natural expression of MovNat and is designed to be inspirational. Entirely based on the practice of the full range of natural human movement skills, it develops physical competency and conditioning that is applicable to any area of life.
Before he was famous, before he painted the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper, before he invented the helicopter, before he drew the most famous image of man, before he was all of these things, Leonardo da Vinci was an armorer, a weapons guy, a maker of things that go “boom.” And, like you, he had to put together a resume to get his next gig. So in 1482, at the age of 30, he wrote out a letter and a list of his capabilities and sent it off to Ludovico il Moro, Duke of Milan.
In 1978 Murakami was in the bleachers of Jingu Stadium watching a baseball game between the Yakult Swallows and the Hiroshima Carp when Dave Hilton, an American, came to bat. According to an oft-repeated story, in the instant that he hit a double, Murakami suddenly realized that he could write a novel. He went home and began writing that night.