Why being a Digital Nomad isn’t the “Dream” for Everyone

Victoria Fraser in a Cafe in Mexico
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I’m writing this from a small restaurant in Mexico to say that being a digital nomad is — big surprise — not all it’s cracked up to be. Sure, I get to wander the streets of Guadalajara with my laptop in tow, soaking up the sunshine and learning a new language.

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Freelance copywriter, podcaster, and nerd. Follow along for humour, nerd stuff, writing tips and my opinions! victoriafraser.ca

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Victoria A. Fraser

Victoria A. Fraser

Freelance copywriter, podcaster, and nerd. Follow along for humour, nerd stuff, writing tips and my opinions! victoriafraser.ca

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