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The lifestyle of a digital nomad can generate envy among the rest of the population. Who wouldn’t like to travel while still being able to work? Thanks to new technologies, this type of employment are increasingly valued.

Despite its clear advantages, there are also some drawbacks. For example, digital nomads may feel disconnected. Not only at a professional level, but also when it comes to other types of activities.

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Fortunately, there are digital nomad communities where you can find people with similar interests, passions, and lifestyles.

If you find your digital nomad community you can attend fun spaces with people with whom you can build relationships, get help if you need it, network, discover opportunities that you can not miss, and even make the most of your experience in the new destination.

Here are some tips to help you find your community.

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How can I find my digital nomad community? Practical tips:

 

Online platforms

 

The profile of the digital nomad forces them to lead a very active online life, since they work via the Internet and must be informed of the latest trends.

Like you, there are many digital nomads who are looking for their community to create relationships and use the network to locate it.

There are currently many online platforms that can help you with your goal. Here are some you can try:

-Facebook groups: make sure they are focused on remote employment and digital nomadism.

-LinkedIn: if you use the advanced search option you can find many of these groups.

Wooda: helps you find co-working spaces that can be key to having your own community.

-Reddit: we can find Subreddit focused on digital nomads, although you have to take into account that they will be groups in English. If language is not a problem, or you want to practice it, this is your option.

– Meetups: another alternative is to use Meetup, a practical platform that will allow you to meet new people with the particularity that they will share your interests through in-person or online events.

 

Destinations designed for digital nomads

There are many destinations that are popular for the digital nomad. Their main particularity is that you can find communities of digital nomads there and people who have a similar lifestyle to the one you have (when it comes to work and travel).

When the time comes to organize your next trip, you should investigate those destinations to see which one is more interesting.

It is possible to find some countries that make things even easier in this regard: they have even modified their immigration protocols by creating special visas for remote workers, who lead a nomadic lifestyle when managing their work.

In these places, it is much easier to find communities of digital nomads for relationship building.

Also read, Top Real Ways to Make Money Online in 2022

Try co-working areas

We will not always find good conditions to work in the hotel or apartment we are staying in. Even if the network connection is good, we may not have a desk, or we may need other resources.

Fortunately, in many cities, it is possible to find co-working areas. These are shared offices where you can have your own workspace for a small fee.

In addition to having an ideal atmosphere, you will have the chance to interact with other digital nomads, remote employees, or travel fanatics. It’s worth checking out these places.

 

Give coliving a try

 

Coliving is a trend that is also here to stay. It consists of sharing a home with people who have a lifestyle very similar to ours; for example, digital nomads.

On the one hand, it is a way to save costs when traveling to a new country. But it can also help us to improve connections and access social circles in which we will feel more comfortable.

The good news is that coliving is designed for a short time, so you won’t have to put up with your partner for long if you don’t connect.

Also read, 7 Ways That Traveling Helps You as a Person

Practice Slow Travel

 

Maybe you’re moving at too high a speed through different countries and you don’t have time to create connections. 

In this case, it’s time to try Slow Travel, also known as leisure travel. The aim is to extend the time spent working in a place in order to get the most out of it.

This increases the possibilities of interacting, both with other people and with the culture and traditions of the place.

Try these 5 tips and see how you find your digital nomad community.