How to be a digital nomad



Here at Stint Ireland, we are always challenging ourselves and what we do. When we say that we provide tailored experiences, we mean it. We recently caught up with Stinter Caroline Burden. Caroline is working remotely for a startup in Washington D.C. whilst on a working holiday visa in Ireland. Although not a very traditional way of experiencing a gap year, it is a pretty cool way!


“But how?”- we hear you ask.


We’ve got a three-part series where Caroline discusses all things remote work and living in Ireland. 

Part One

In the part one Caroline covers how the merging of her working holiday and remote work came about.


Part Two

Part two Caroline tells us what an average day looks like and how connecting with the startup scene in Dublin has been beneficial.


Part Three

And lastly, in part three, Caroline provides us with her top three tips for combining a working holiday with remote work. 



Note: Currently Dublin is booming with startups, tech companies and much more. There is a huge need for graduates with skills and experience within computer science, web development, data analysis, web architecture, data mining, cyber security, SEO/digital marketing, mobile development and much more.


If you’re interested in hearing more about our working holiday program simply fill out our enquiry form

Stint Faves: Jeffrey’s Romp Through Dublin (Northside)

Dublin is vibrant, full-of-history, beautiful, blah, blah, and all that jazz. You’ve heard all of that before. But what’s an ideal day in Dublin like?

Well, it’s different for everyone so we decided to have a bit of fun and ask everyone at Stint HQ about their ideal day in Dublin.

Last time we asked Melanie, the boss, about her ideal day. Today we’ll feature Jeffrey’s perfect day in Dublin

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An Average Weekend in Dublin

On Friday, after a stroll through the George’s St Arcade, my mates and I walked down South William Street and happened upon a bunny. This bunny was 6 feet tall and had a sign that said “Dance for the chocolate.” As a chocolate lover, I was determined not to let my limited repertoire of dance moves stand in the way of obtaining a FREE CHOCOLATE BUNNY. Before I dazzled Dublin with “the shopping cart” or “the sprinkler” – I hadn’t decided which yet – I handed my iPhone to one of my mates who refused to partake in this ridiculousness. The following ensued…

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-The Stint Team