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Nomadism from Returning to Nomadism on Vimeo.
Even though I am 99% sure I don’t want to be a nomad, there is still that 1% where I want to wander the world forever.
Andrea Anastasakis is the founder and author of travel blog Destination Europe. She is currently living in Paris, France. Subscribe to the RSS feed and become a fan on Facebook.
I definitely see the appeal in wandering the world like a vagabond for the rest of my life. Like good books, it’s sad to know I will never have enough time to experience all of the amazing sights, no matter how much time I devote to traveling. I find the hardest part is letting go of your role in your home social constructs (e.g. must get a job, buy a house, get a raise). Furthermore, most people graduate with a decent amount of debt, not setting them up for a life of travel in their twenties.
What do you think would be the easiest way to continue earning money while traveling abroad? Figuring out a system of full automation would be the dream I think.
Thanks for the awesome video,
Thanks for the stunning video; it accurately captures the existential nature of nomadism. I wouldn’t want to do this; however, I’d love to have holiday homes in different destinations. At the same time, there are so many practical aspects of this lifestyle that would leave your average joe burnt out if they did this for an extended period of time (the vaccinations, permits and that kind of thing).
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