Kimanzi is one of the leading digital nomads in the U.S. He and his wife, Cindy, live an ideal life. One day they work from their home in Florida and the next day they find themselves on the beaches of Puerto Rico. Since they are digital nomads, their work is not location-bound. Similarly, the nature of their job is also time and space free.
This means that they are independent enough to work whenever they want and wherever they want. With his wife Cindy, Kimanzi spends the vast majority of his life traveling the world. Travelling is our all-time favorite, assert the lovebirds. That is why we chose our career as digital nomads, Cindy and her significant other suggest.
We love every bit of every time where we travel the whole world, the lovebirds assert. Furthermore, they also reveal that they have succeeded in cutting off their expenses. If you are not a digital nomad, you may assume that being a digital nomad takes courage. If nothing, it is pretty costly to keep up with daily expenses.
Because you are very likely to travel the whole world, your expenses are higher than the average 9 to 5 workers. And this is fear is justifiable. Especially, when there is a looming recession, staggering inflation, and mass unemployment.
But Cindy and Kimanzi are here to prove to the world that it is entirely normal to be a digital nomad and to keep up with the daily expenses. The lovebirds have been together for 5 years now. And they have made numberless unforgettable memories together. From the beaches of Puerto Rico to the wilderness of Switzerland, these lovebirds have seen it all.
And how do they manage it, you ask? Well, they work remotely. Their work is not location-bound. Nor is there any time restriction on their workflow. All they require is a laptop, a stable internet connection, and a cool workspace. What could be a better place to do your work than the wilderness of Switzerland? You bet, not only is it better – it is rather ideal.
Another essential challenge that Cindy and her husband are coping with, as digital nomads, is racism. Since both of them hail from the indigenous community of the U.S., being digital nomads enable them to over racism as well.
Since the lovebirds explore different communities throughout the world, they have come to the conclusion that the color of their skin does not define human beings. They have seen the best of humanity in Uganda and Africa.
Based on their observations, the lovebirds-cum digital nomads have succeeded in overcoming racism. Since they do not live in one place “permanently,” they do not come across racism as average Americans.