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This is a compilation of excerpts about digital nomads and their transition into the vagabond lifestyles. The original article appeared on the Life By Design blog in an original article IT’S EASIER THAN EVER TO LIVE A LIFE OF TRAVEL. HERE’S HOW. The digital nomad’s day has come. by Diana Keeler
In her article, she profiled 4 digital nomads and ask them about their transition from the office desk to the cafe (home, co-working space or remote location for that matter).
“Remote work shouldn’t be romanticized, and it’s definitely not for everyone. Those photos you see of people “working” in hammocks on the beach in Thailand or next to a pool in Greece? They’re probably bullshit, just like everything else on Instagram. Hammocks are not comfortable to work in, and no smart remote worker is going to risk getting their laptop wet just to work by a pool.” Brooke Siem
Has it been worth it? Most days, yes. We had a goal to make it to the Atlantic Ocean this year, and just last week, we drove into Charleston—we couldn’t wait to drive to the beach. We stepped on the sand and put our feet in the ocean. My husband and I looked at each other and said, “This does not suck.” Kits and Crafts and Wander & Thrive
“All the trouble is totally worth it.” Last year, my father was going through a tough time, and it was really nice to be able to book a flight. I knew I could take as much time as I needed to be with him and my work wouldn’t suffer. Emily Monaco
It started with some practice runs, taking long backpacking trips every few years and working in between. After having children, my husband and I sold everything and set off to South America—only this time we had a clearer idea of wanting to find a way of working creatively full time. We started with one company, and then I used the skills I learned at that one to build Storyberries from the ground up. Storyberries
by Vagabond Elmer, founder, and curator of the Vagabond Lifestyles blog, a community for those people interested in living a simple, economically sustainable, and nomadic lifestyle.
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