• Meg McClymont


Hey Nomad Crew.

If you haven't been caught up with what I have been posting over on my Instagram, then you wouldn't of known that I'm moving home...

Yes, you read that right but it's only for half of the summer. So, what are you doing for work you all wonder. Well, first off I left my part time job on a personal leave of absence and will be working for myself from June 17th to August 14th. I will be running my own 3 businesses full time: Nomad Adventures Co, Nomad Adtv Co Photography, and selling my natural based products. (quiz so I can get you the right products: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScNzG6tORVjceKd4g1PpbZwBTP9RMed5XMvrzhSJcF-wdA-RQ/viewform?usp=sf_link )

Also, I will be getting paid to babysit my two little cousins instead of them being put into day-care so I'm able to pay my bills for that portion of the summer. I'm looking forward to having time with them but also having the time to spend with family and friends. Normally, I only get to go home for 2-2 1/2 weeks every one or two years. So begin there for a month, is truly what I feel like I need. Because when I left last summer, there was a part of me that felt like my work there wasn't full completed. Now that I'm going back, I will be and hopefully be able to finish that work that wasn't completed.

I know there will be new obstacles, learning curbs of independence, budgeting and being smart with my money, etc

and suddenly you just know..it's time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings.

I think it's important to move back home for a short period of time. To re-find your ground, roots, and that "who you truly are" mindset. You won't have to feel rushed into capturing all the moments, spending not enough time with friends and family, to get those needed appointments in, and not really having it feel like a relaxing time home. I haven't fully lived back home for almost 12 years when I transfer my life full time to living in BC.

I wouldn't of accomplished and became the person I am now, if it weren't for me moving away from my hometown and home province. This chapter of my life that is about to start soon, for once, I'm not questioning it. Questioning it to why now? Why this year? Why this time? All the possible why's that will come out. I'm just going with the flow, to live a digital nomad lifestyle for the summer and see where it takes me. And how I will grow from it.

Throwing yourself into new situations can help you improve in areas of your life that you didn't even know it needed those improvements. Changing and being able to realize your attitude and how you are presenting it, turning into a more driven and positive focus moving forward. Your attitude is everything. You may not realize it now, once you do, take a chance to sit back and examine it thoroughly.

Taking and looking at this move as independent learning opportunity. Finding new opportunities can encourage to get out there and try + experience new things and places.

Finding new in every different part of the journey will help you discover new parts of yourself that you didn't know you had before. Discovering a new side of you.

Find your calling and answer it.



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