Digital nomad with family, or travelling solo, either way it’s a lifestyle that allows flexibility, freedom and fun. Hi! This is Lara, for the latest addition to the blog. I’ve currently just come back from my latest trip to the cold British weather and it got me thinking about my trip to New York in the Winter just gone. I was reminded of what is now one of my favourite memories and wanted to share it with you, so here we go…
New York is always an exciting place to go to; something’s happening around every corner, but there’s something different about the city in Winter. The Christmas trees go up and the ice skating rinks come out and suddenly the whole city changes into a Christmas spectacular. The city is full of a wide range of cultures and styles, allowing you to explore a variety of experiences. From going to specific landmarks like the Empire State and the statue of Liberty, to just wandering around the city taking in the vast range of architecture that leads you to some sort of event happening somewhere in the city. With the winter and the snow that falls during the season, there’s so many more things to do and so we headed to Rockafeller to tick one off our list; ice skating.
If you’re in New York at Christmas, you can’t not go ice skating. I mean, my childhood has been flooded with imagery about New York at Christmas and how magical ice skating can be (‘m sure yours was too!). I just wish I was as graceful and elegant on the ice as I imagined in my head. As with anything, you get better with practice. I had done it before but it still took about half an hour of Bambi impressions to get to a level where I was somewhat casually gliding about. I have to say, the memories that stick with me aren’t the ones of perfectly zooming around the rink, it’s the ones of giggling with friends as we struggled to find our legs; bumping about and helping one another out.
This is just one of the may fond memories I made on this trip. By opting for the laptop lifestyle, I am able to travel, as a digital nomad with family or solo, to and experience such amazing locations whilst still earning money. I don’t have to worry about booking the time off work or saving money because I work and earn my money during this trip and sharing it with you. The digital nomad family lifestyle allows me to have both time and financial freedom, ensuring I live my best life, doing what I love to do!
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