Nora Dunn sold everything she owned in Canada (including a busy financial planning practice) in 2006 to embrace her life-long dreams of long-term immersive world travel. She has been on the road ever since, living in and traveling through over 55 countries.
Nora calls herself The Professional Hobo, and she’s been a digital nomad since before we had that phrase to describe it. Today, she teaches people how to travel full-time in a financially sustainable way.
You can find Nora on social media.
In this interview, Nora and I discuss what it means to be a digital nomad vs. location independent, what it’s like to travel full time, how to save a ton of money on accommodations, and much more. Enjoy!
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- The Digital Nomad is the Modern Hobo
- Nora’s Guide to Working on the Road
- Roam Co-Living and Co-Working
- Nora’s Creative Guide to Getting Free and Cheap Accommodation
- Article by Nora: Global Co-Living and Co-Working Trips. It includes lots of references for co-living and co-working spaces
- Articles by Nora on traveling and working on the road
- Article: How to Travel on a Budget
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Thanks for the great music! Our theme music is provided by SoundCloud, and we’re featuring artist ItIs Leanne, playing Corta-Jaca – tango brasileiro.