Finding Love as a Digital Nomad (Part 1)
- We’re tackling nomad relationships because it’s Valentine’s Day, and we’re hashtag topical.
- We ran a poll in our Facebook Group and it’s been our most talked-about topic in the whole history of the group!
- Alas, we’re no good when it comes to the topic of finding love on the road because we were already in long-term relationships when we started nomading, so we turned to four of our nomadic sisters to hear about their stories.
- First up is Anna SE Lundberg, a speaker, coach and writer, whose partner is decidedly a muggle.
- Next we have Amy Scott of Nomadtopia, whose partner became nomadic after they met.
- Tune in for Part 2 of this episode, which will be hitting your podcatcher later this week!
What’s your experience of finding love - or not! - on the road? Get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org, or say hi on Twitter and Facebook, where you can also be part of our Nomad + Spice group! Don’t forget to send us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts and support our Patreon page to help support feminist critique of the nomad lifestyle!!
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