Digital nomad jobs might be freelance writing, web design, virtual assistant work, social media consulting, or even day trading. You might start a blog that sells affiliate products and ad space.
Unless your consultancy work requires you to be physically present, this is a job that you can take anywhere in the world.
If you have a skill that can be taught via video chat, this is one job you can consider doing while traveling.
Coaching can come in many forms but for the most part, it can be done remotely via video chat (we’re all pretty used to Zoom now!) or email.
Your main task is to ensure that the online storefront is working flawlessly and providing customer support as needed. Word to the wise: Do not underestimate the amount of support and attention you may need to give the shop while traveling.
If you love using Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, TikTok, Twitter, or other social networks, this may be the best fit for you.