The modern nomad constantly changes locations, switching from one place to another. Most nomads have some kind of place that they call home, which is usually where they pack and unpack their luggage, but they wouldn’t spend more than a few months a year there. Nor would they settle down in a new home, they just keep on changing a place, never feeling really at home, change is home.
Once a nomad have decided that the nomadic lifestyle comes first, he will figure a way to sort all other aspects of life accordingly.
Nomads usually are quite smart, with fresh perspectives. The reason for that is that they are exposed to many lifestyles, cultures and situations. This constant process of change is a great learning experience, and when you learn, you become smarter.
Nomads don’t take life very seriously. If you keep on changing, and keep on losing everything you had in a prior place after you changed to a new place, then the basic understanding dawns on you: “everything is temporary and nothing is yours”.
Nomads travel light, your bag is your home, but since home is not that important, you better be free and “things” are an attachments as well.
Nomads are respectful, smiley and above all curious. Nomad think and adjust fast. As a nomad, you are with an inherit lack of information problem – everything is always new.
As 21st century nomads, we’ve evolved from traveling for the sake of survival to traveling in search of beauty and happiness.