Yes. You can.

You can move your family abroad. You can orient your life around the things that matter most to you, instead of letting your job dictate it all. And you can afford it.

A colorfully painted metro train in Pireas, Greece, June 2018. Photo by Matthew Anderson.

The world of remote work makes it possible to craft the uncommon life you’ve dreamed of, full of daily moments with your children, a close relationship with your spouse and exciting international experiences.
  • Having kids doesn’t mean you can’t live a life of travel.
  • Being over 30 doesn’t mean you can’t be a digital nomad.
  • Not being financially independent doesn’t mean you can’t be location independent.
  • A corporate transfer isn’t the only route to expat residence in a coveted location.
Real-life people are crushing these fallacies with a bit of daring and a whole lot of determination! Here at WORK/LIFE, we’ve compiled articles to address some of the common concerns when embarking on this adventure.
A family walks along the shore in Split, Croatia, with old buildings in the background.
The marina in Split, Croatia, September 2018. Photo by Matthew Anderson.

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