After my tour of the Midwest, I ended up back in the Southwest and the moving around taught us that we really liked exploring and living in different parts of the Unite States but beyond that we learned about a growing calling named “the digital nomad” lifestyle whereby people with portable skills can work remotely from different states or countries.
The catch to working remotely and becoming a digital nomad is ensuring you have the right skills, can work remotely and/or have the right income generating business(es) to be granted a visa in a foreign country.
Through my rental property business, blog sites and other digital media and remote skills I may be on the way to pulling off the digital nomad lifestyle. Failing the digital nomad visa, there are also other visas available but the intent isn’t to permanently move overseas but rather spend a few years exploring different countries.
I hope to blog about this journey but it has many moving parts and there are some complex tax issues to work through but I’ll keep you posted.