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Lessons From Six Months Travelling and Freelancing

Being a digital nomad is the dream, as long as you stay grounded.

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Six months ago, I finally stopped groaning about Paris, packed a 60L backpack, and left. As a freelance writer, I had realised over a year before that nothing was tying me down to the city of love, which had irrefutably lost its romance in my eyes. It still took a while…




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