Travelling with The Digital Nomad Family –
Digital Nomad Family : These are some of the highlights of 2015 as I (Sam) embarked on my life as a Digital Nomad. The second of the digital nomad family to do so.
Grateful to be fortunate enough to create a travelling video. It is made using different clips from around the world in the last 12 months;
Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Iceland, Sweden.
With a potent combination of *time freedom, *financial freedom and flexibility you can literally DO WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT!
“It sounds almost too good to be true I know, and trust me, even though I knew this was the existence I wanted to create for myself and my family, it still took me a while to get my head around. The fixed location, 9 to 5, Monday to Friday is so deeply engrained in our cultural psyche that it takes some analysis, reflection, and bravery, to step outside this mould.
The history of the 8 hour working day is that it was invented to allow maximum working during daylight hours, while also allowing enough time for consumerism – essential in a capitalist society. Before industrialisation, communities worked much less than 8 hours a day and had significantly more leisure time. Unfortunately though the idea of an 8 hour day, 5 days a week caught on and, as you know, most of the world subscribes to this working pattern as a minimum, many cultures demand even more.
However, there are some cultures who haven’t subscribed to this way of working and I consider my family to be one of them! ” – Mike from The Digital Nomad Family
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Music: ODESZA – Koto