The New Nomad


Join Allen Koski and The Insured Nomads Team with thought leaders from around the world discussing relevant topics for the global lifestyle.

Whether you identify as being location-independent, an expat, digital nomad, immigrant, slowmad, retiree or another label you are part of the tribe known as The New Nomad. Welcome, listen, share, subscribe and write a raving review so that the guests on the show get more recognition and visibility.

A Great Resource: Access Digital Nomads Daily with Nienke Nina Keizer | TNN76
When you are a digital nomad, meeting your peers is an essential component of advancing your career as well as maintaining a healthy remote work-life balance. One of the biggest downsides of being a remote worker is the loneliness that can accompany traveling alone. Especially for newly transitioned nomads, a helping hand goes a long way. Digital Nomads Daily aims to help digital nomads by gathering vital information and sharing them with other digital nomads.
Discounted Accommodation for Slow Travel with Remote Base with Chris Cerra | TNN75
Short-term vacation rentals have created a good deal of controversy since the start of their existence about ten years ago and have been growing at an incredible speed ever since. Besides the financial aspect, they broaden the local community's involvement in tourism and offer travelers a different and sometimes unique option. While staying in a hotel feels more like visiting, short-term rentals give you something closer to the experience of actually being a local citizen of that area.
Tips from the Founder of the Global Financial Planning Institute with Ashley Murphy | TNN74
Being a digital nomad means having the freedom to pursue a career without being tied down to a desk. Digital nomads include freelancers, independent contractors, and employees who prefer remote work to an office cubicle. When you're living on the road full-time or close to it, there are some important financial considerations to weigh in the balance. Keeping your finances under control as a digital nomad may seem daunting. However, taking the time to manage your money well is definitely worth the effort. 
The Fit Founder Talks Solo Travel and Medical Tourism with Taylor Wallace | TNN73
When costly dental or medical procedures became unavoidable, many people from countries with a higher cost of living are willing to consider getting it done overseas. Cost is one of the main reasons why people travel overseas for medical procedures. In some countries, elective procedures can cost a fraction of the price of getting it done in the US or Europe. Medical tourism is not for everyone, but it’s not as crazy as it sounds.
Tips for Nomads to Protect and Enhance Their Savings with Paul Tyler | TNN72
Being good with money is about more than just making ends meet. All of your financial decisions and activities have an effect on your financial health. It’s always important to consider what we should be doing to help improve our financial health and habits. Money management can help you have a better handle on your income and spending so you can make decisions that improve your financial status.
Sharing the Tips to Become a Digital Nomad with Kristin Vierra | TNN71
Have you ever felt that where you are now is not where you are supposed to be? Maybe you’re not sure about the right way forward, only that the path you’re on now isn’t it. You pondered and pondered and the only thing you could think of doing is travel. Traveling is one of the most effective ways to clear your mind off things and regain focus on what is most important in your life. Kristin Vierra, a seasoned nomad and career coach, can help you figure things out while having the time of your life visiting cool places and eating local food.
Wellness Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle: Small Changes for Big Results with Dr. Deborah Smith | TNN70
It’s a tale as old as time. You finally get to go on that fantastic vacation, and then you end up coming down with a terrible cold or gaining a few unwanted pounds. Whether you’re traveling for business or taking your family on a holiday vacation, the last thing you want is an injury or illness to derail your time away, especially if you’re traveling on foreign soil. YOLO can be excellent but living healthier is the best way to enjoy life longer.
Adventurely: The Travel Club & Meetup App For Digital Nomads and Solo Travelers With Mita Carriman | TNN69
Exploring unknown terrain, hearing different languages, and experiencing different cultures, food, smells, sounds, sights, beliefs, and rituals have made people kinder, more adaptable, and more grateful. Rest and reflection are essential parts of a successful and happy life. Travel is a valuable opportunity to process challenges, including loss. Travel heals wounds, physical or not. And it's more enjoyable to meet new people when traveling, right?
Wheels Travel The World: Accessible Travel for All with Renee Bruns | TNN68
It is a great sight to see that countries have done and keep on doing things to accommodate every traveler, disabled or not but ravel can be pretty tricky for some non-disabled people, especially those with disabilities as there are many barriers to travel experienced by people with a disability. But would you let people (or curbs) tell you that you can’t do it? People like Renee Bruns, the person behind the travel blog Wheels Travels The World, will tell you that a wheelchair is not a hindrance to experiencing the world and its wonders.‍
Legends A Social Network App for Travelers with Shaina Shiwarski | TNN67
Technology has changed the world tremendously. It has made life easier and more convenient. Traveling has evolved with the advent of technology. People are often hesitant to travel because it seems like too much trouble. Planning a trip is a time-consuming process and people often have difficulty finding time to plan the trip. Technology has made it easier for people to plan the journey because it saves time and helps in efficient planning. It allows you to stay connected with the world while you are traveling.