Everywhere I go, people ask me why I have chosen to live a location-independent life. It’s a valid question. I diverge from the geo-static norm, and it’s reasonable to expect a rationale.
But for a moment, I want to turn the table and ask two questions about the geo-static norm. I’ll keep my own writing intentionally short to leave plenty of space for you (yes, you!) to help me explore this norm of living in only a few places during a lifetime, and why it exists.
Please leave your answers as comments below. I am genuinely interested in your answers, so don’t be shy! First time commenters are especially welcome!
- Did you actively choose to live a geo-static life? (If so, when did you make that decision and do you ever revisit it? If not, why was the geo-static life ‘a given’?)
- Which are your reasons for living geo-statically? (What do you get from it? How does it enrich your life?)