This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing partners. There is an old Eskimo folk tale about two friends who set off to travel around the world to tell others about their adventures. Before they leave, each makes himself a cup of the horn of a beast. They travel by sledges, away from […]
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. Long-term travel is an amazing experience. Rather than getting a snippet of life in another country, you get to immerse yourself in that culture. You’ll do what the locals do, and blend in with the crowd. If you’re in a destination long enough, you […]
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 […]
This is a collaborative post written by select content publishing parters. For the majority of us, holidays span a length of one to two weeks. It’s adequate time to sun yourself and see the most prominent tourist attractions. Let’s be honest; the majority of holidaymakers are about ready to come home after that length of […]
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.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the relationship between family, livelihood, purpose, and travel. Sometimes all four seem to get along, but more often they’ve been clashing like rival siblings on a long car trip. I’m a little adrift in uncertainty right now, making decisions about where I want to be and what I want to be doing. I turned to my family for some insight about my nomadism.