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Travel Burnout

Travel Burnout

One of the biggest mistakes that digital nomads make is to try and squeeze in too much. Many will try and cover twelve cities in the space of a month, while maintaining a full workload.

This exacerbates all the problems as you are never in one place long enough to establish new routines and start to feel comfortable.

Many travellers suggest that this type of rapid travel also makes them feel disconnected from the world that they are moving through, as they are only ever in one place long enough to dip a toe in the water. They never get to dive deep and truly understand where they are.


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I don’t take myself seriously.

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