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Our social media channels are overwhelmed with people living the "computerized wanderer dream." Location autonomous, they post photos of their consistently changing office spaces. At some point, a curious bistro disregarding a Roman ruin in Italy, the following, a poolside cabana in a Mediterranean area with a going with a mojito to gain the day ground quicker. Cautiously curated Instagram posts will have you trust this is an ideal life. Being an advanced wanderer myself, I realize that behind the channels and the controlled view, the truth isn't generally so immaculate.



Obviously, we are having a ton of fun a great deal of the time. The adaptability of timetable and the autonomy that this way of life makes implies that you have the opportunity to do totally anything. A year ago, I visited 16 nations and lived in three of them. I am unbelievably appreciative for the existence I lead however undoubtedly, there is no ideal life. We all are bound by certain shackles or another.



In our group of friends, everything is impermanent, everything is transient. Each new hi is paralleled with a farewell. The cycle of gathering and become a close acquaintance with others gets old quick and most of the companionships and connections that you manufacture are flighty. You long for a home and a feeling of having a place, however remaining still is just as troublesome as pressing up and bidding a fond farewell, thus we proceed with along these lines of life, tolerating it for its imperfections and everything in light of the fact that we can't envision it some other way — in any event not at the present time.



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