This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing partners. If there’s one thing that anyone with a bit of wanderlust in them contemplates at some point, it’s the life of a digital nomad. Because when you love to travel, and you have a hankering to see the world, that feeling never really leaves […]
This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing partners. When you vacation no more than once a year, the process becomes a real luxury. You save up a large sum throughout the year, all for that one blow out you can’t wait for. It’s an exciting feeling for sure, and we’ve all done […]
Image This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing parters. Traveling is one of the most amazing experiences you can have in your life. Yes, that’s a biased view, but even with the negatives that come with a nomadic life, travelling gives you more experiences and life lessons than you can shake a […]
I was done traveling. By the time I got back to Denver in December after a year and a half of open-ended travel, the last thing I wanted to do was plan another trip. I just wanted to be home and see family. Fast forward to now. I bought a house, found a “real” location-based job, and fully subscribed to American life — Amazon Prime membership and all.
This is it, guys. The third and final leg of my current experiment in living abroad. I’m running low on a number of things — pages in my passport, my specific face cream, and patience for nonstop airfare shopping and Airbnb browsing, to name a few. It’s about time to go home and refuel.
While I’m living here in the Eastern Hemisphere, one goal is to do some exploring. For two months this spring, I’ll be taking a break from expat life in Addis Ababa and doing the digital nomad thing in Southeast Asia. What, exactly, is a digital nomad? It’s someone who has mobilized her income and chooses to work remotely from anywhere in the world.