Carly Koemptgen, a 26-year-old American, has been living and working from a campervan in Australia for the past six months. After quitting her 9-5 office job in Seattle, Carly decided to pursue a life on the road and work remotely as a digital nomad. Her role is to create social media content to showcase how businesses can hire and manage a global workforce. Carly enjoys the flexibility of working remotely, as she can plan her work hours around her other activities and doesn’t have to adhere to a traditional 9-5 schedule. She earns $3,400 per month, which is similar to what she was making as a freelancer. Carly’s campervan is provided by her employer, so she doesn’t have to pay for accommodation. Overall, she is happy with her decision to work remotely and travel, as it has provided her with a sense of purpose and the opportunity to see and do more.