Aim to Wander
Digital Nomads Must Plan for Communication Risks as They Deliver Projects—and Travel the World
A beachside house in Bali, Indonesia. A smoky cafe in Belgrade, Serbia. A tapas bar in Valencia, Spain. These all have served as remote workplaces for Bryant Burnheimer, a software project manager who's among the growing number of digital nomads: professionals who travel the world, laptop in tow, working from different destinations. Some work as full-time remote employees, staying in one location for several months or even a year. Others freelance, hopping from project to project as they move among destinations. Those who've made the most of digital nomad opportunities share their hard-earned insights.