My Expenses + 4 Things Your Digital Nomad Business Needs

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Pretty much anyone can start a digital nomad business and work from anywhere now. For most digital nomad jobs, all you need is a laptop and a WiFi connection… but what about everything else?

In today’s video I’m going to cover four things your remote business doesn’t necessarily NEED, but might be worth investing in if you want to grow.

Investing back into my business is something it’s taken me a while to figure out so I hope this will help you if you’re in the same position as I was. Whether you already run a business while travelling the world full-time, or you’re just getting started with making money from a side hustle, I hope this video will help.

For each of the four categories, I’ll talk about some of the things worth investing in, how it’s helped me and some things that you definitely DON’T need to waste money on.

I hope this video will help you figure out where to invest back into your own business or side hustle, or has at least given you an insight into how I invest back into mine.

As always, thanks for watching!


The blog post (when to invest in your remote business):

The hosting companies I still trust and use:

FreshSites (UK) –
Krystal (UK) –
Hostgator(US) –
Siteground (US) –

Template Monster – one of the best places to find website themes and design for a good price:

Mailchimp (free email provider):
GetResponse (my email provider):

Digital nomad network:

Jodie Dewberry

  • Jodie Dewberry
    Posted at 16:40h, 23 September

    I share more digital nomad tips and resources right over here:

  • Robert Klemensberger
    Posted at 16:51h, 23 September

    hey! you are in my country … welcome !!!

  • Steven Powell
    Posted at 17:04h, 23 September

    nice one Jodie…. you lost weight? Do you help with SEO stuff with templated websites like WIX mate?

  • The Wandering Quinn
    Posted at 20:17h, 23 September

    So so many good ideas and things that definitely need thinking about! It is so hard to risk paying out money but the saying you have to spend money to make money is true I think, I just need to remember that! Thanks for sharing your thoughts! πŸ˜€

  • Val Payne
    Posted at 20:24h, 23 September

    A very useful video, well delivered.

  • Bojan Porenta
    Posted at 20:46h, 23 September

    Hi Jodie..welcome to Slovenia. Have a nice exploration of our country… πŸ™‚

  • Carlos Silva
    Posted at 20:56h, 23 September

    Hi Jodie
    Cool video πŸ™‚
    What about investing in knowledge?
    How do you keep up to speed with technology changes and being nomad?
    Coursera and Linkedin Learning have basic courses and it’s even difficult for them to keep up with new trends. Especially internet business that is being upgraded with AI.

  • Francoise Camara
    Posted at 21:14h, 23 September

    Tjs for you advice

    Posted at 22:02h, 23 September

    Love the accent!

  • Laurel Papworth
    Posted at 22:40h, 23 September

    I was with Hostgator for years but they sold to EIG (Bluehost etc) and I had to move to Peopleshost after Hostgator had terrible outages, double payments and awful service. The old Hostgator was great! 😒😒

  • The exploring photographer - Jacques le Roux
    Posted at 10:48h, 24 September

    6:00 I used WordPress for my 1st one and now I'm on Zenfolio. WordPress is a great place to start and as it's free you can forward/hide it by using your own Domain.

  • Wadger Catcher
    Posted at 10:00h, 25 September

    Very wise and helpful tips. It's no question why your channel is growing so quick!!