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Digital nomading

Hi all,

My wife and I are about to embark on a digital nomading adventure and will be giving up our apartment next month.  We’re working on getting things in order and could use some insight into a few things from any other digital nomads here:

  • Insurance – we need to insure our possessions that we will have with us (and those in storage).  Credit cards can help to some degree with respect to belongings in baggage on a common carrier, but we need something more comprehensive (coverage for wedding ring, electronics, etc.).  Also, if we’ll primarily be traveling within the US, but with some significant international travel, do we need supplemental medical insurance beyond our present insurance provided by our jobs?
  • Anything to be aware of when purchasing a UPS street address?
  • Anything that was unexpectedly important or that you had wish you had prepared for?

Many thanks for any insights you can provide!

Cheers.

  1. RTBones

    Hi digital – sounds like an adventure! I havent done the digital nomad thing, but have worked abroad for extended periods. On insurance: if you are going to have some significant international travel, you would be well-served to get travel insurance that covers health care at a minimum. If your time abroad will be in terms of months, consider an ex-pat type of insurance (meaning, it offers coverage for extensive time outside the US) or a yearly travel policy.

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