A. "Why do you go to there? Work? Vacation?"
B. "Is your husband okay with that? Doesn't he miss you? Don't you miss him?"
What I do makes so much sense to me but not to other people. I don't have to excuse, but it's interesting to rethink about it logically.
Based on experience, your experiences polish your discernment and imagination.
When you hesitate to do or accept new thing, it's because you don't have fodder for making your decision. Experiences and imagination provide that.
Therefore, experiences make your life meaningful.
Since I'm a nomad worker, there is barely the borderline between work and private.
I work on computer graphics and send the data to my clients, then they pay me.
I'm not filthy rich. I need to keep working even while I'm on travel. And luckily I can do that. Thanks to the internet!
But I don't believe I can get paid for that forever. To be honest, I do CG because I can do that and if I can earn for living, it doesn't have to be CG.
I think I have to keep thinking about what I do next, and learning to survive.
So, for me, live, work and travel, these are a package deal.
It's not about okay or not. He misses me and I miss him.
In my opinion, why two people stay together, like marriage, is they inspire each other, help each other, teach each other something other one doesn't know.
My husband and I have been together more than 10 years.
We live in the same house, eat the same meal, watch the same drama. If two people just keep doing this for decades, they are gonna be the same person!
To have different hobbies, spend time in the different places, have different speciality, different point of view.. Those are so important for me.
Some people believe husband and wife have to be always together. But it doesn't make sense to me, unless being always together makes their life more meaningful.