Every few months David and I have a stupid argument. Well, we have a lot of stupid arguments, but every few months we have…
The Journey of a Digital Nomad Family
We are David, Sarah and Spencer, an American digital nomad family. In 2015 we decided to transition to a lifestyle of perpetual travel. Prior to “going nomad” we were long-time Amazon.com employees and expats working in South Africa, Luxembourg, and the United States. Sarah is now a fiction writer - in 2016 she won the NYC Midnight Short Story Challenge. David trades stocks and commodities full-time and manages Nomadica, the world's first travel eco-store for digital nomads and nomad families. Born in Luxembourg and raised in South Africa, our son Spencer is now a citizen of the world having lived in ten countries since 2013.
Read more about our story here.
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A few months ago we sold our house, our belongings, and our loyalty to something I have begun to call The Script. David and…
We’ve had an interesting past couple of weeks, and some new nomad baby news to share. I’ll tell you right now that both baby…Read More
About a year ago, we published a list of the digital nomad tools we used to launch Nomadica and transition to a nomadic lifestyle. As our business and income…Read More
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Maybe you made a New Years travel resolution. Maybe you were flicking through Instagram and decided you should see the alps in person. Here’s…Read More
Guanajuato walking is different than walking in other cities–even cities known for being walking cities. New York is a walking city, in the sense that…Read More
Traveling full-time to places you’ve never been tends to instill a sense of (over?)confidence in your ability to handle anything. Sometimes, that confidence is…misplaced….Read More
If you’ve noticed that our posts have trickled down to a minimum in the past few months, we apologize. We have some huge nomad news…Read More
November Nomad Income: Life Update (Where the Money Went) This was a month of routine work and play, visits from family, and a profitable month of…Read More