Becoming a digital nomad is all the rage; here's what to consider

This week, PSFK launched a reportorial exploration of the digital nomad class. The Nomad Class Debrief looks at the benefits of remote working, the behavior driving it and the opportunities that seismic shifts in work are starting to provide. To celebrate the launch, here’s a crash course in how to become a mobile digital nomad.

How To Decide What Type of Digital Nomad You Will Be

For those of us facing a mobile life, there are ultimately three types of nomads. They break down as such:

Van Dwellers – Van Dwellers (and those who live in their cars) are just as they sound: they are people that have converted their cars into live/sleep areas. They do not have toilets and sometimes there are amenities such as electric hookups, but it’s limited in terms of work/life function. They often work out of coffee shops, co-working spaces and have buckets for late-night bathroom needs.

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