Earlier in January, I wrote a blog post about getting my rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis. Part of what helped me deal with the ups and downs of my health condition (which is getting much better, thankfully!) has been being able to travel and work remotely with friends.
So I’m going to rewind a bit and talk about what it was like to work remotely in Nashville back in January/February as part of my fancy new series about what it’s like to be a digital nomad and work all over the world.
How to Work Remotely in Nashville
We stayed in a gorgeous Airbnb that was close to the city but also on its own stretch of land, and our hosts who lived nearby were the absolute best. Our home was walking distance to a huge park with walking trails right by the river.
You don’t need to stay directly in Downtown to enjoy Nashville: it’s super easy to drive anywhere, fast. Unlike the unforgiving vortex of cars that clog up Los Angeles at every given hour, Nashville is actually pleasant to drive around in.
We were in Nashville during COVID, so we just drove through music row and all of the bars and restaurants and didn’t get the full experience.
I don’t eat meat, but my fellow travelers who did were actually *not* that impressed by the hot chicken. (Incredible, I know.)[Read more…]