I am a disabled digital nomad travelling the world on a full-time and (hopefully) permanent basis.
After the combined power of a mental health crisis and the coronavirus pandemic decimated my income, I worked seven-day weeks in an effort to achieve a career milestone of becoming a full-time editor before turning 30.
Then, when an opportunity arose to fulfil that dream, I realised that signing up for a 9 to 5 and a stable income had become my worst nightmare. The concept felt confining instead of freeing. So, I turned my attention to another one that I shelved long ago: being a digital nomad.