A series of studies carried out by psychologists at the UC Berkeley showed that paradoxically, the more intensely people value and pursue happiness as a distinct goal, the more likely they are to display symptoms of unhappiness, anxiety, loneliness and even depression.
Honestly, I can’t think of a more expensive – and more problematic – place to be a “digital nomad” than the USA.
Here’s a primer on the tax and financial aspects of the digital nomad lifestyle. Note, this is mainly for US folks.
I’ll be here for a couple hours to answer your questions about U.S. immigration.
American society increasingly mistakes intelligence for human worth.
Like many of you, I have a flexible, work-from-home job, so I can work anywhere there’s an Internet connection. I’d like to see more of the U.S. and maybe live somewhere for 2-4 weeks and experience it in more depth than a regular vacation, and actually work while I’m there. Does anyone have any experience with this? Tips for low-cost cities? Ways to stay in some place for approximately the cost of rent?
According to the US Treasury, a record 4,279 individuals renounced their US citizenship or long-term residency in 2015 - an increase of 20% on the previous year, which was itself a record-breaking year. In 2010, just 1,006 gave up being US citizens, but since then the numbers have risen every year.
The economist John Maynard Keynes predicted a society so prosperous that people would hardly have to work. But that isn’t exactly how things have played out.
Hipcamp is everywhere you want to camp. Search, discover and book ranches, farms, vineyards, nature preserves & public sites for camping across the U.S. From public parks to private land, we’re the most comprehensive guide to camping in the nation.
Outsite merges active outdoor lifestyles and creative work sessions into a new retreat concept designed for professionals, entrepreneurs, groups and digital nomads who want to get away and get focused.
Coworking offices are creating the best of both worlds. An office you can call home, no bosses, great coffee, like minded entrepreneurs to network with and many other cool options that vary by location. Here are the top hundred in the U.S.