I'm a digital nomad, and I have been traveling full-time for almost 11 months. I get this question often during my #nomadlife travels: “How do you decide where to go and when?” The answer is, honestly, I don’t overthink it. I consider a combination of things when planning where to home base out of next. Read more...
I don’t believe in long distance relationships. A satisfying relationship requires two bodies in the same room, in addition to things like shared interests and goals. Looking into each other’s eyes not through a screen. Being able to reach out and touch one another, instead of longing to someday soon feel their touch. I think most people who’ve been in long distance relationships would agree. However, the traditional implication is that these two people are separate, stationary, and confined by their geography. But... What if one of them is not?
Travel has changed, at least for the foreseeable near future, due to the coronavirus pandemic. International travel is severely impacted: many countries closed their borders. Others have issued mandatory 14-day quarantines for U.S. arrivals or are requiring travelers have $50,000 in travel health insurance coverage. Many people are uncomfortable about flying, even domestically. So, the “road trip” is back in business… and you can call me a reformed road tripper.
If you can get over the fear of being temporarily homeless and having a bunch of strangers all up in your stuff… here's how to rent out your fully-furnished house and live a nomadic lifestyle!