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Bali for Digital Nomads

Bali for Digital Nomads

Bali has become an ‘it’ place to go recently, completely understandably. But Bali for Digital Nomads is particularly special.


I am half way through my Bali nomad adventure and quite frankly, I can’t think of anywhere better to build a business online.

It’s abundant in cafes and restaurants, filled with healthy food and nourishing vibes. Plus, Bali is such good value when you compare it to USD or GBP equivalent.

The lifestyle here really makes you want to make the most of every day and be accountable for your time and be as present as possible.

Because it’s such good value, eating out as a westerner is the norm. So I’ve taken the liberty of making a list of my favourite spots, where the food is delicious and the wifi is strong!!
Everything here seems to be very catered towards healthy living and growth.


When I say this, I mean growth of mind body and spirit, not just business or health.

I see people here living in a really healthy balance between work and actually living life.
Getting moving, exploring, completely immersing themselves in island life. But also building inspirational brands and businesses centred in their heart space.

So many of the entrepreneurs here are living in their authenticity. That is their driving force in their business which is so inspiring to me.

So many people say that Bali tests you and can really bring out your ‘demons’ and help you to transmute them. I definitely see that.
It’s almost like people come here to reassess what it is they ACTUALLY want out of life. Then, where applicable, they change their direction to a more heart centred way of living. However, to get to that, you have to work through the things that are no longer serving you.

Things like the heat, the getting bitten by all the bugs under the sun (ME!), the traffic, etc. Whatever it is that can push you off centre gets brought up so you can release it.

Self awareness is SO KEY.
Here, yes, but also in life.

Being curious about how you tick, what your strengths are and being able to identify your weaknesses, take ownership for them, and turn them into positives that you can grow from.
This for me is one of the biggest things I have taken so far from Bali, is the focus of what I want, why I want it, and how to get there by shining light on my darkness.
Food for thought.


I couldn’t do a ‘Bali for Digital Nomads’ blog posts without mentioning some of the best nomad spots I found while I was there. So…

Dreamy Digital Nomad spots in Bali:


  • Shady Shack
  • Peleton Supershop
  • Kembali Bumbak
  • Cafe Organic, (any of the three, but the one in Umalas is a little further out but so spacious, right on the rice fields)
  • Nook, for the vibe and the smoothie bowl! also the boutique <3
  • La Brisa, jungle vibes and super chilled, right on the beach
  • Milk and Madu



  • Alchemy, healthy vegan food and adorable gifts


If you are not feeling like going out, the GoJek app is a DREAM! You can order from pretty much any restaurant, to the comfort of your villa.
You can also get cars, kind of like Uber, and any errands you need doing, done.
Just make sure you have cash on you because anything you order through GoJek is paid to your driver in cash.



I also did a little video on our IGTV talking all things Bali – so be sure to check that out for some more info!!

And if you missed our last post, simply click here to go and catch up – I was talking about how important a ‘morning routine’ actually is, in fact it’s an idea that came from my trip to Bali.


Until next time!




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