When I realized I could become a digital nomad, my first thought wasn’t yes or no, it was: oh, dammit.
Three objects in particular were almost painful to give away due to their value and rarity.
Here’s how I get my postal mail delivered when I’m always on the road.
Plane, train, or automobile?
From Craigslist to eBay, libraries to comic-book stores, I found homes for the items I was discarding before nomading.
Working a job for an entirely distributed company like Automattic, developers of WordPress.com, gives the flexibility and freedom to be a digital nomad.
Books? Family heirlooms? Video games? What do I put into storage, and what do I let go?
Who am I, Ken Gagne, and why am I becoming a digital nomad? Join me on the Roadbits blog as I embark upon this grand adventure.