Digital Nomads: The dark side of freedom
Tim Chimoy
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Hey Tim, I like your insights and honesty. :) I think what’s important to realize about nomadism is that it’s very different from going on vacation. When you’re on vacation you can escape your problems/responsibilities/issues for a while (until you’re back home). That’s kind of the point. When travelling becomes a lifestyle, you’ll notice that you‘re carrying all of these things with you — all the time.

I think this can be a chance for real growth, though. Because when you realize that your surroundings don’t solve all of your problems, you finally have to start working on yourself. No excuses.

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