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Why being a digital nomad isn’t for everyone?

Why being a digital nomad isn’t for everyone?

8 Comments

  • Denise says:

    Thanks a lot for the great article, Melina! I hope it gives aspiring digital nomads a better understanding of this kind of lifestyle and helps them on their way.
    Keep up your good work! 🙂 x

    • Melina says:

      Many thanks to you Denise, that’s what it’s all about and a good contribution from you to the people who are looking for efficient information about the digital nomad, they will surely find inspiration in you.

      Get enjoy in Ho Chi Minh City! 🙂

  • Aurora says:

    awesome article! one of the best I’ve read about digital nomad lifestyle. a lot of clarification, thank you very much!

  • Ceylon says:

    This post is really helpful for me as am still a fresher to blogging and thinking of having blogging full time. But I am afraid of losing my profession as am not sure about whether I could gonna make this success. So your post inspired me a lot.

    • Melina says:

      The advice I could give you is: Go ahead! That same feeling I had and it is the greatest limitation at the time of undertaking any project, the first step is to try and work for it.

      I’m glad this post and my guest have motivated you. I hope to see you followed by my blog and keep in touch to see your progress.

  • Rick says:

    Interesting point … for example I started my travels around the world at my 18 years of age and even though it was not something my parents wanted very much, I followed my adventurous heart and I have been through more than 20 countries so far.

    Traveling is something that to me is addictive and incredible. But I only find it interesting when you have a cash income that does not depend on physical means to win. And I also really prefer to travel by car on the roads than by plane.

    You miss a lot of incredible things like amazing landscapes and places. But unforeseen events can happen and something unexpected happens. It is always great to be able to read and learn new tips and experiences on nomadism.

    I love traveling the world too 🙂

    • Melina says:

      Thank you Rick for these incredible comments, I love your perspective on digital nomadism and even more when we could say you are an expert level who has been through everything.

      I also agree with what you say that by travelling by car or being a backpacker, you can live the real experience. Sometimes finding passive digital income is a bit complicated, but not impossible.

      Thank you for motivating us, find yourself coming back to this blog. I’m waiting for you! 😉

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