For me, the answer is a resounding, "yes! Yes, please." It's just a matter of when.
In 2016, I wrote on my personal blog about moving towards a location independent lifestyle. I ended the post with a list of unanswered questions I needed to answer to get to the next step. I've answered all of those questions and I now know how I will get there, and what I'll need to do to make a life away sustainable.
The first decision was to plan for the long haul and build a life that makes the slow travel possible. Spending three to six months in a destination and soaking up all there is to learn about a culture is the ideal.
Even though expat life isn't for everyone, you'll never know until you open your mind to the world of possibility that comes with starting over.
DECIDING IF THIS LIFE IS FOR YOU
Things You Should Consider Before Moving Abroad
17 Things That Change Forever When You Live Abroad
How to Move Abroad When You're Young and Broke
5 Things No One Tells You about Moving Abroad
ON FUNDING THE LIFE
Mission Expat: How to Launch Your Global Career
Quit Your Job And Live Abroad: 8 Places So Cheap You Might Not Need To Work
7 ‘Digital Nomads’ Explain How They Live, Work and Travel Anywhere in the World
Ditch The Desk Job: How to Become Location-Independent
KEEPING IT MOVING
The Art of Slow Travel
64 Way Location Independent People Earn a Living
How to Build a Location Independent Business From Scratch
The Time Is Now: Why More Millennials Are Choosing World Travel Over Steady Careers