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Top 4 Sustainable Products For Digital Nomads Working & Traveling 

by Aishwarya Gaikwad
Top 4 Sustainable Products For Digital Nomads Working & Traveling

As soon as traveling freely is possible again, many digital nomads like us at SeekaHost University will jump at the opportunity. 

That’s why the lead author Manuela Willbold has recently published an extensive digital nomad guide offering advice, definitions, travel and legal tips to every digital nomad wannabe. 

Because heading to wonderful destinations where with reliable internet connectivity and an inspiring place to work from is very fulfilling and with remote work becoming the new reality for many workers, anyone should inform themselves about this trendy lifestyle. 

A digital nomad travels lightly and packs their bags only with essentials. Many try to be eco-friendly wherever they go, but several countries still do not recycle or reuse waste and don’t offer eco-friendly products. Many digital nomads take their responsibility to look after this planet seriously, especially as soon as they travel extensively again. 

On top of Manuela’s digital nomad guide, you can also find green living tips for digital nomads on the latest Green Living Blog. Find inspiring ideas to live and travel more environmentally friendly. So, check out the top digital nomad eco-friendly travel product ideas from her! 

  • Look Glam with Eco-Friendly Make Up Brushes

Even on the go you can shine and look fabulous with the reusable Go Bambu’s environmentally friendly make-up brushes. Whether you’re getting ready for a night out or a business meeting, these light brushes made of bamboo can be kept in your small handbag and should you lose them in the jungle, don’t worry – they’re biodegradable. And before you head to bed remove your make up with BamBaw’s reusable makeup remover pads which you can easily add to your weekly laundry wash.

  • Have a light Lunch wherever you Go 

Digital nomads are active and may have their breakfast, lunch or dinner on the go. With the zero waste lunch set from WAKEcup you will be equipped with a bamboo water bottle and a wooden cutlery set along with bamboo boxes keeping meals sealed and fresh all day. The Green Living Blog recommends this product because 10% of profits of WAKEcup products go directly to their eco charity partners and digital nomads are hugely impressed by that.  

  • Listen to Music in the Jungle

Even if you decide to venture into the deepest jungles and most remote places, make sure you take Reveal’s Solar Phone Charger, which is also a solar powered Bluetooth speaker with you. Made of natural bamboo and using solar panels to provide up to 20 hours of battery life it can provide you with the energy and sound you need while you’re out in the wild dancing. But be considerate of your other jungle friends please. 

  • Keep Hydrated and Cool 

A reusable bottle is almost like air to a digital nomad and certainly belongs in their bags wherever they head. Besides their laptop, it’s what they need to keep active and productive. Plastic bottles are one of the biggest polluters on this planet sadly and you can make a difference by using metal bottles or flasks, which top the list of the best eco-friendly products in the US and UK every year. The Hydro Flask metal drinking bottles are safe, BPA-free, and the most eco-friendly way for consuming your favourite beverages. Made of TempShield™ vacuum-insulated stainless steel these sustainable bottles keep drinks cold or hot for hours. They also feature the insulated Flex Cap, designed for ultimate portability and comfort, which is what every digital nomad looks for.

Now all you need is planes flying again and you are ready to travel the world without trashing it. Become a responsible and green digital nomad like us and share your experiences with your followers to inspire them to do the same.  

Author bio:

Manuela Willbold

Blogger and Educator by Passion | Contributor to many Business & News Blogs in the United Kingdom | Fascinated to Write Blogs in News & Education Manuela has completed a journalism summer course at the London School of Journalism and manages various blogs as an editor in chief as an Online Media Strategist at ClickDo.

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