Thanks for stopping by my about page. I’m thrilled to have you here, and I’d love for you to get to know me better.

I’m striving to create a top-notch knowledge hub revolving around alternative living. Whether that’s living in an RV, looking for a tiny home, or jumping from one Airbnb destination to another. If you can think of it, I’ve probably covered it.

My mission

Companies usually have some super data-driven mission. I’ve decided to take a different approach and came up with:

I’m all about persuading people to live alternative lifestyles. To break out of the 9 to 5 and realise that there’s more to life than what’s in front of us.

Next step was to figure out just how I was going to achieve such an ambitious mission. That’s when it hit me.

On this blog, you won’t find posts such as how to make a gazillion dollars in a year or here’s the secret of eternal happinessI’m keeping it simple.

Instead, you’ll find posts such as finding the right sewer hose for your RV, buying an RV bike rack so you can take your family on trips, or picking the best portable refrigerator so you can drink cold beers for the rest of your life.

By focusing on the simple things in life, we’re not always waiting for the great moments to come around. We’ll be more greatful for less meaningful things, and therefore experience greater happiness. At least that’s my opinion.

Who’s behind HeadlessNomad?

My name’s Jakob, and I’m extremely impulsive. One day, I buy the brand new MacBook Pro. The next day, I sell it. Yea, that guy.

I’ve always had a knack for camping. You’ll often find me in a tiny bivouac in the middle of the woods. That’s where I feel most at peace.

When I graduated high school, I didn’t know what the heck I was going to do for the rest of my life. However, I knew what I didn’t want to do. Waking up to a job I hate and that I’m stuck at from 9 to 5 every day.

I had to come up with something else. So I sat down with a blank piece of paper and wrote just two words: camping and happiness. That’s when it hit me. I was going to create a blog where I wrote about camping and helped other people.

Now, a year later, I’m doing fairly well. Every day, I’m trying to push out more quality content and help people like you and me live a simpler and more problem-free life. You know, help people become happier – like this guy:

If you’ve got any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me over at the contact page. I’ll do everything I can to answer any questions you may have.