The birth of the global circler, more than a digital nomad

Global Circlers by the beach enjoying sunset

We are often asked what the Global Circle is. Today, we are talking about exactly that and introducing Global Circlers, a new, more inclusive community of nomadic people that go way beyond the current digital nomad label!

The GLOBALCIRCLER community is not limited by age, gender, nationality, background or occupation but rather united by a shared spirit of curiosity, positive vibes, co-operation and adventure.

To us, the Global Circle represents citizens of the world who are not only connected by the family they were born into or the actual place they were born but are independently connected to others around the world based on travels, shared interests and the quest for freedom.

We are building an international community of GLOBALCIRCLERS who wish to make the world fairer, more tolerant and help people to break free of the sometimes dated concepts of how we are expected to work, connect and live in today’s hectic and increasingly interconnected world.

In a nutshell, the Global Circler movement is about embracing freedom and personal experiences without boundaries like age, gender, religion, job title or nationality getting in the way.


Our definition of the Global Circler :

Global Circler


noun: global circler; plural noun: global circlers

  1. a person that expands beyond their local circle into a global circle of like-minded people, new cultures and life enriching experiences.


A digital nomad can be a Global Circler but a Global Circler doesn’t have to be a digital nomad!

We hear the term digital nomad a lot these days and being honest the term “digital nomad” can sometimes throw up mixed responses when it comes up in conversation.

We could probably define a typical digital nomad as a person between 25 and 35 years old and mostly remote working in a marketing or tech role. This person is frequently moving and staying only for relatively short periods of time in a single location.

The digital nomad label misses out on a huge raft of people who maybe do not fit into that bracket but are still pursuing the freedom to live life their way, nomadic or not.


A Global Circler can also be a slowmad, a location independent entrepreneur, remote worker, perpetual traveller or anyone else with the desire to explore life on this planet beyond their own backyard

Others who also live a sometimes nomadic life include remote entrepreneurs who aren’t necessarily running tech businesses and perpetual travellers who are…well…travelling perpetually. Then there are the slowmads who are nomadic but not moving around as frequently and instead prefer to spend longer periods of time in a single location.


What do most Global Circlers have in common?

What most of these people typically have in common is a desire to travel, a desire to break away from the norm and a desire to have the freedom to live life their way. 

The Global Circler movement encompasses all these people and more. There is no age limit to being a Global Circler or any particular occupation you need to have. You don’t even need a job or a business to be a Global Circler. If you have the means to sustain yourself and the desire to travel, experience different cultures and expand your life experience, you are a Global Circler!


Does this resonate with you? Join our international Global Circle Community Movement

Like what you hear? Join our invite-only Global Circle community movement at , meet, share, exchange and connect with like-minded Global Circlers! Please use the invitation code: TGC BGC when you sign up.


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Happy exploring and see you soon!

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