Retiring from my private practice as a psychologist and leaving Hawaii, my home of 27 years, to travel the world in October 2016 was the smartest thing I ever did. My husband and I sold and gave away most of our belongings and kept just enough to have a “starter kit” whenever we decide to have a home again. So far, though, our visits to 16 countries have done nothing but inspire us to keep traveling! Being a Slow Travel Nomad seems to be a lifestyle that suits us!
I still run and mentor students who want to become certified wellness counselors through the Women’s Leadership Institute for Conscious Coaching. I email homework back to my students in a timely fashion and talk to students who want to chat on FaceTime and Skype.
Several of my students and graduates from the Women’s Leadership for Conscious Coaching want to follow my lead by doing their coaching more virtually. Becoming a Digital Nomad is quite easy and inexpensive when you don’t have a home base to tend to and when you utilize the technology that’s available.
Follow your own passion to be, do, and have whatever you feel a calling for! You may be simply amazed at what you’ll end up doing … and where !