It’s Francis here with another Lifestyle Editon of The Nomad Newsletter. I just finally arrived back in the US, tucked back in my home city of Memphis, Tennessee. Finally, after 20+ hours of traveling, cancellations, hurricane scares, and Delta Airlines being Delta Airlines — I’ve made it.
And it feels goods, man.
Though I’ve spent most of my 20s OUT of the states, it always feels good to be back for a bit. There’s nothing like seeing family, enjoying tons of Filipino food and Memphis BBQ, and reminiscing about a place I used to call home.
Sure, I’ve seen some beautiful places in my travels: Cenotes in Mexico, the baths of Budapest, beaches in Barcelona, the rolling hills of Tuscany and so on….
But there ain’t nothing more beautiful than seeing my momma at home.
That sh*t is fire.
What’s also fire is what being in Memphis will do to me.
I always feel rejuvenated, more energized, and ready to take on the New Year after my visit.
And you may or may not feel the same way during the holidays.
But that’s why today’s newsletter is all about...
Giving you a lineup of people who’ll help you stay focused, happy, energized, and ready to crush your 2022 goals.
Here’s what I got for you today:
💼 Get More Stuff Done & 10x Your Productivity With Ali Pruitt
🌐 Feel Safe & Stress-Free With Insured Nomads
🏛️ Move Abroad Without The Anxiety With Expat Empire
So without any further ado, let’s dive right into this week’s Friday Lifestyle Editon of The Nomad Newsletter.
For Remote Workers
Get More Sh*t Done, Avoid Burnout, And Actually
Enjoy Your Remote Lifestyle
Meet: Ali Pruitt
There’s a bit of a paradox many remote workers deal with. And it’s that they want to work remotely because of the sense of freedom — yet, they have a hard time unplugging and stepping away from work. That’s true for digital nomads who go to exotic locations and remote workers who just want to stay cozy at home. The result is never truly “turning off,” constantly checking their emails or slack, and taking themselves AWAY from the time freedom they should get while working remotely. When you do that, you end up never truly experiencing the places you visit and simply stay stuck in work mode 24/7.