We host monthly community meetups to enjoy the company of likeminded professionals, meet new people, share stories and make friends wherever we go.
We use our online community to stay in touch, share advice, projects and to collaborate on remote worker and freelancer resources together.
We’re remote workers, freelancers, digital nomads and location independent professionals who want to connect with others, just like you.
An Accidental Freelancer — How huge changes in life circumstances propelled me into freelancing
The truth is, I started freelancing accidentally. But now I am happy with life as a freelancer and am now doing more than I ever thought…
2017.08.02 / 6min read. Read More
Opportunity knocks when you hit rock bottom
With no girlfriend, no money, a loan to pay, a huge amount of unsold stock, a Gestapo-like shopping centre manager that kept sending me…
2017.06.06 / 6min read. Read More
The secret life of part time freelancers
“Working as a full time employee in an office is a bittersweet experience. Expectations always seem different from the reality…”
2017.05.24 / 4min read. Read More
The freelancer chronicles: listen to your inner timer
We all have an alarm clock inside us, whether we realize it or not. Being ready to make a choice is a journey more than a feeling.
2017.05.21 / 5min read. Read More
Am I the only remote working museum consultant in the world?
Working from home, let alone remotely, is not common in the museum world.
2017.05.04 / 6min read. Read More
From Stocks to Siberia: The Offbeat Road from Finance to Digital Nomad …
Life in the banking world was predictable but good, at least it was for the next ten years, until I started to feel an itch.
2017.04.23 / 6min read. Read More
Success belongs to those who come together to collaborate, support and help each other.
Taking the future of work into our own hands by creating our own global movement to shape it on our own terms.
"Flylancer is super helpful, connecting with others helps me find solutions to problems that people in offices don't have. I listen to other people talk about their problems, that I haven't even had yet."
"Even if you go once a month to a Flylancer, it helps you realise - Oh my god, I'm not alone in the universe - something it's so easy to forget."
"It's the most easily accesible community I know for freelancers. People are always there, always wanting to help, it's always a pleasure and a lot of fun. A bit like an atheist church."