Living a digital nomad lifestyle simplifies your "daily grind." It allows you to ditch worrying about things like mortgage payments, aging appliances, long commutes, business attire, accumulating vacation days, TPS reports and for those that take their lives all the way down to a backpack, even car payments and car insurance. Your work space is now anywhere you want it to be.
- What's going to be our mailing address? Does our business continue to stay registered in Minnesota?
- How will state/federal tax laws change for us?
- If we no longer are getting health insurance through our employer, what's the best insurance to have as a traveler?
- If we want to spend months or even a year in a different country, how do travel visas work? How do I make sure I can get back into the US?
- What's the best way to keep track of currency conversions? And what's the best travel credit card for using both domestically and internationally?
I'm a planner. It's always been my blessing and sometimes my curse. When I can make up a list of that many questions I don't have the full answers to, it stresses me out. But another part of what I need to work on while we are preparing to leave is not stressing out when there isn't a plan. I am very excited about not always following a long, set plan but I understand that it will be hard for me to get used to and will take some work. But: