This afternoon we watched along the Under Cliff walk to Rottingdean. It’s a walk we’ve done many times in the past. The tide was fully in, so the waves were crashing over the path in places.
I went for a run today along Brighton beach and found a £10 bill on the sidewalk! Unfortunately it’s now raised the bar for my running – I’m going to consider it a bad day if I don’t find cash on my run now!
Helen and I did a lovely walk along the coast from Brighton to Rottingdean along the cliff walk. We do this walk quite regularly, because it’s a fairly easy one from our place in Brighton. Today was such a mild day for winter! 11 degrees and partially sunny.
I have been reading and thinking about the difference between being a digital nomad and being location independent recently. A digital nomad is primarily based around travel – seeing the world while working remotely. Location independence (to me) means that you may be based primarily in a few different locations in the world, and you set up your life in such a way as you are not dependent on one particular location.
This year Helen and I are spending New Years with Toby and Gigi who are over from Geneva. Yesterday we went for a long walk – 17km – on the South Downs. It was a misty, windy day – not altogether pleasant! Afterwards we went out to dinner at Bus Stop, a Caribbean restaurant in Brighton. The food was absolutely delicious!