For the last 12 years, I have never lingered in the same apartment or city for more than a year (yes, landlords hate me); traversing through 8 cities, 4 US states, 3 countries, and across 3 continents. Although every move had its own sacrifices and adjustments, the silver lining to this lifestyle has been in constantly finding myself in close proximity to the next destination on my travel bucket list.
This blog is a compendium of my travels, where I recount my thoughts and experiences, in the hopes of inspiring would-be travelers and inciting a healthy dose of wanderlust.
*Pro Tip for Nomads Like Me*
If you are a US citizen, or you would like to shop from stores in the US and have the packages and important mail shipped to you, consider using US Global Mail which is a business that’s been operating for over a decade and has now specialized in serving expats or other would-be US shoppers around the globe. One thing I found is that despite my own digital nomad nature, snail mail is still a real thing, and I do need constant access to it. The fact that US Global Mail will even scan mail and upload it to the cloud for your viewing and follow your direction on discarding / forwarding makes their service that much more valuable to me. Check them out if this sounds like something that can help you!