We’ve encountered a lot of folks who say they’d love to travel full time, or more often, but can’t imagine being away from home.
And while being someone who likes lots of time being at home and being someone who wants to be traveling a lot seem at odds with each other, these two desires can actually be quite compatible.
You don’t have to be an outgoing, extroverted social butterfly who is always on the go exploring to be a fulfilled traveler. And you certainly don’t have to enjoy working from crowded coffee shops to be a digital nomad.
There’s a certain comfort in being surrounded by a familiar space. Furniture you arranged, decorations that remind you of special times and people, a place you can just be yourself. Knowing where everything is in the kitchen. Hanging out naked or in PJs.
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