No one should have to feel tied down to any one location. Whether you love to travel to exotic locations, or just get itchy staying in one place for too long; the desire to move freely throughout the world is one shared by all.
Geographical independence means knowing the tricks that allow you to take a vacation without breaking the bank. It’s being able to relocate to an area with a better cost of living, less cars, and more trees. It means realizing there are plots of free land available to own and hotels that only cost $5 a night. Most of all, it means freeing yourself from the belief that being shackled to one state, town, or city; is the only way to live a productive life.
Today, opportunities for geographical independence are more varied than ever before. As the internet continues to grow exponentially, so do opportunities for working remotely. Even if you live in a remote location, you can still remain connected to the rest of the world! Plus, now that almost every good imaginable is available for delivery (including groceries), there’s no need to live near a city center if you prefer a more pastoral landscape.
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