|The Nomadic Office|
Maybe it lies in time management skills, in letting go a little at the same time. I've grown accustomed to writing very professional, composed, as perfect as possible blog posts for my clients, that I feel the pressure to do the same on this blog...which often results in the tendency to not post anything because I don't think it's up to par. I think it's high time I leave this fear behind, and just go for it. Write it down, and share, because what's the use of having knowledge and ideas if we don't share them?
|Nomad Camp in Cali, November 2009|
My hopes with Nomad Writes is to inspire others to reconsider the traditional job, the restrictions that come with it, that potentially tie us down. Working out of a Sprinter van for a year shattered the notion that you need an office to get anything done, that you need to be in one place. I can't say enough about how rewarding it is to explore more and work less (but work more efficiently); the freedom to come and go, to pack up and hit the road is something everyone should experience for at least a short time in their lives. It changes you, opens your mind and your heart, and fills you with hope and possibility for what could be, if we just think outside of the box once in awhile.
So, if you're interested in trying out the nomadic way, but still need to pay the bills, check out the blog. I'm planning to share all the tips and tricks I've figured out along the way.