With more people working remotely, have you dreamed of becoming a digital nomad? You’re not the only one!

In 2019, my wife and I took our two sons out of school, packed our cherished items into a 5×10 storage unit in Vermont, and got rid of our home and everything in it to become full-time digital nomads. It was both liberating and challenging to say goodbye to everything we owned. Not to mention, our friends and family that we visited with frequently.

As a digital nomad, you make a lot of sacrifices. You give up the comforts of home, the possessions that once brought you joy, and deep interpersonal relationships. You give these up in exchange for cultural variety, food experiences, architecture, and a new perspective. It’s rewarding, but it’s also incredibly complex, emotionally.