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The Journey of a Digital Nomad Family
We are David, Sarah and Spencer, an American digital nomad family. In September 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 May she won the 2016 NYC Midnight Short Story Challenge. David has spent the last year building 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 the USA, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, and Hungary in the past 8 months.
Read more about our story here.
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