We live today in a global world with unprecedented possibilities of travelling, working and living in different countries, however the majority of people born in one country, stay living in that country, and many people even stay living in the same town where they were born.
But one can have her/his home in several countries and UTILISE the BEST that each particular country can offer. So in addition to your home country where you were born, you can set up your company in other country (e.g. in Dubai, UAE with currently one of the best conditions for doing business when you get automatically also the UAE residency with your company) and live there, work and do business for several months when there is winter in your home country. You can also enjoy staying in your cosy holiday home in other country (e.g. Canary Islands with one of the most stable, pleasant weather over the whole year in the world) and live and work from there whenever you wish so.
However, such lifestyle is not for everyone. Though very appealing as it might seem at the first sight, I have recently learned that it can be perceived negatively by some and it prompted me to write this article.
Living such lifestyle for many years and being a normality for me, I was asked by nice young lady that I met in Dubai, where she was on holiday with her parents, whether I have debt enforcement order on me or was criminally charged in my home country thus escaping from justice by travelling and living in several countries. No kidding, I was really asked it, being in awe, I then replied as a joke that no, I am an international spy and that is why I am travelling and living in several countries. I really did not know what better to reply than that.
However, having learned that she lives in the city and country where she was born, works in a state-owned company and values safe, stable life, it dawned on me that what was for me the normal lifestyle I enjoy very much, it was perceived by that lady as abnormal, or rather atypical (to say it softly).
So clearly, Home without Borders lifestyle living in several countries having several homes is not for everyone, most probably not for her, and it is perfectly fine. If you decide to live your Home without Borders life for your own personal reasons and you will meet the similar person I had met, my advice would be don’t argue, don’t convince anyone, it would be useless and waste of your precious time and energy, just be tolerant, respect her/his differing views and simply get on with your life, living your Home without Borders lifestyle you chose and feel good about.
After all, each of us have our own, unique path of life whatever strange or atypical might seem to be to the other people. Just Enjoy it. I wish you all the Best. Please contact us 24/7 for any queries you might have regarding Home without Borders living.