Past Newsletters

Past Newsletters

Here's our archive of past newsletters! 📇🗞📘

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November 4th, 2022

Breaking down Spain’s new nomad/startup visa
Spain’s digital nomad visa, broken down Spain has passed a new law that covers both digital nomads (remote workers) and startups. I want to take this opportunity to look at some specific aspects of the legislation. Governments can pass policies hastily or thoughtfully. Whether laws relate to taxa…

October 28th, 2022

Dispatches from Portugal, Croatia, and Greece
Observations from coworking in Portugal, Croatia, and Greece I’ve been traveling and working throughout Portugal, Croatia, and Greece this fall. This gave me the opportunity to check in with coworking spaces through the Mediterranean and prepare material for future Wayviator Guides. In 2022, we p…

October 21th, 2022

💷 The Economy for Nomads (Best/Worst of Times)
The global economy enters a recessionary era I’m not an economist. I’m a commentator in the field of remote work. But macroeconomics and geopolitics are conspiring to change the calculus for hundreds of millions of workers around the world. Here are some things that seem to be happening, in para…

October 13th, 2022

NYC Nomad Village Pop-Up is Tomorrow
This is the Wayviator Newsletter — NYC Nomad Village Pop-Up Event Edition It’s the remote work newsletter from, written by Curtis Duggan. I used to live in New York City until the pandemic ejected me from Brooklyn in March 2020. It’s an amazing city, one that could easily

October 7th, 2022

Real estate apocalypse: Half a trillion to be wiped out?
We’ve delayed a day this week in delivering the newsletter, but fortunately, for a great reason! 🎉 We are media partners on an amazing event: NYC NOMAD VILLAGE POP-UP—and the press embargo was just lifted last night. We’re including info about the event in this week’s edition! Here’s a preview

September 29th, 2022

Mita Cariman reports from the Tirana Digital Nomad Festival
This is the Wayviator Newsletter — Fall Edition. It’s the remote work newsletter from, written by Curtis Duggan. This week, we are breaking the format to publish a full interview with Mita Carriman, the founder and CEO of Adventurely and full-time digital nomad for over five years.…

September 22nd, 2022

Airbnb leans on Wayviator for thought leadership
Here’s a preview of the remote work news we are covering this week: * 🧐📘 We’ll take it: Airbnb quoted us in their latest paper — say what? * 🏘🌴 NomadX is expanding to 4 new locations (including Brazil) * 💨🕊Could remote work give climate migrants and refugees economic stability? 🧐📘 We’ll…

September 15th, 2022

🛰 📡 Will cell phone service from space... change everything?
Have you noticed something strange in your neighborhood? It might be a trail of satellites launched by Starlink.

September 8th, 2022

⚡️Europe’s energy crisis and migration
In the United Kingdom, 60% of manufacturers are at risk of going out of business from the rising cost of energy prices.

September 1st, 2022

I hope you’ve had a relaxing August 🏝🏠
Find your next workation with WorkationList.

August 25th, 2022

🌴🛩 Introducing WorkationList
We launched to help people find their next workation.

August 18th, 2022

Remote Work is here to stay... and also about to die?
Why remote work is like the Protestant Reformation.

August 11th, 2022

🇧🇷 New nomad village in Brazil
Interview with Gonçalo Hall about Pipa, Brazil’s nomad village.

August 4th, 2022

🇲🇽☀️Cancún hits all-time record for tourists and visitors
Over the last month, we’ve been working on something special — the first book from

July 24th, 2022

Putting the finishing touches on our first ebook 🚨
We’re working on the release of our first ebook.

July 17th, 2022

🇳🇱🪧 Ho ho! Hey hey! Dutch remote work rights (might be) here to stay!
Here’s a preview of the remote work news we’re covering in this week’s newsletter: * 🇳🇱🪧 The Netherlands makes remote work a workers’ right * 🇨🇷✍🏽 Talkin’ visas with the Director of Marketing for Costa Rica’s Tourism Board * 📈💸 Can remote work help us beat inflation? This is the Wayviat…

July 10th, 2022

💥🌍 That cracking sound? The earthquake caused by remote work...
Here’s a preview of the remote work news we’re covering in this newsletter: * 🌎💥 Andreessen: Remote work will be an ‘earthquake’ that upends how and where we live * 🇨🇷✍🏽 Costa Rica digital nomad visa gets passed into law * 🏝🛫 Selina overhauls its Remote Year workation program This is the…

July 2nd, 2022

Bansko Nomad Fest 🇧🇬 Edition
Music fans and Instagram influencers have Coachella — and this week, remote workers and digital nomads have the Bansko Nomad Festival which runs from June 26th to July 3rd this week.

June 19th, 2022

🇮🇩 🌊 Want to pay ZERO TAX in Bali for five years?
The biggest, baddest, most aggressive remote worker visa.

June 5th, 2022

🚙🚀 Elon Musk came down HARD on remote work
I’m going to spend some time unpacking my thoughts on what’s happening with Elon and Tesla, so let’s jump right in...

May 28th, 2022

When Harvard writes about remote work, we pay attention
Workations are not vacations, but they are also not ‘nomadic backpacking trips’. They are weeks-long or months-long ‘relocations’ where the normal flow of remote work still continues

May 21st, 2022

Running Remote Recap — What happened in Montreal
The Running Remote conference was back in Montreal.

May 13th, 2022

“The office is dead” ☠️ — Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky
🏡✈️ Airbnb announces major changes

April 9th, 2022

Are Digital Nomad Visas Useless?
Huh? You’re probably wondering what’s going on with this headline. Digital nomad visas… useless? What?

April 2nd, 2022

Italy introduces a digital nomad visa 🇮🇹
Imagine being able to legally relocate to Italy and pay a relatively low tax rate while working for a remote job abroad?

March 26th, 2022

Irish-Caribbean island welcomes nomads 🍀
Montserrat is offering a year-long digital nomad visa. It’s an island with a unique heritage

March 18th, 2022

Dubrovnik is full of cats
The Dubrovnik “Old Town” is amazing and worth seeing in your lifetime. This is a fully functioning, medieval town set within a walled fortress.
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