Visiting Home + Family
We’re back from our summer break!
VIV GOT ENGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGED, you can weep at the video here
This is how it could have gone, imagine!
Check out Kit’s #NASASocial posts
The tweet from Amy @ Wherever Writer that starts the whole discussion
Hannah at the Nomad VA shares her home-visiting philosophy
Check out our friendship episode for an in-depth discussion
Sonia shares her wisdom about seeing her family more
We hear from Michelle about how she centres family and community
Go to WDS if you’re looking for a cool community of nomad friends!
Do you visit home? How often? Do you feel guilty about being away from family/chosen family? Continue the discussion with us on the Nomad + Spice Facebook group! You can also email us at email@example.com, or find us on Twitter @nomadandspice.
Shoutout to Madame Gandhi, whose home is almost certainly a rainbow galaxy floating above the clouds.
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