While work, life and travel have historically taken places on separate timelines, the rise of digital nomadism has seamlessly merged all three.
According to Mauro Repacci, CEO of Boundless Life, being a traveling professional isn’t just dedicated to young, single workers. Through his company, Repacci aims to help digital nomads with families explore new places while nurturing their personal relationships.
Sitting down with Allwork.Space’s Future of Work podcast, Repacci discusses the importance of how to create a digital nomad experience that is fulfilling for entire families and the challenges that can emerge with a distributed work experience.
According to Boundless Life’s website, the company focuses on providing “furnished homes, transformative education, and coworking space[s],” while also connecting “like-minded families.”
Through this approach, Repacci acknowledges that the beach-dwelling digital nomads of a decade ago are full adults now, likely married with children. With this comes the assumption that the days of discovering new horizons are over, but it doesn’t have to be according to Repacci.
“[Boundless] is not a coliving solution, because we have unique homes for each family, so that’s the main difference,” said Repacci. “When a family is traveling with their own kids, you want to have your own private space. So that’s something that we offer.”
He adds that supporting families doesn’t stop at accommodations. That’s why Boundless Life also focuses on providing children with the proper education needed when they are living the digital nomad lifestyle.
“As a young person, you want to party, meet people, go out, enjoy the local scenery, but as a family you really care about your kids’ education,” said Repacci.
“That’s the core part of our offering and youth system that enables parents to be able to move every three months to a new location, without putting your kids into a traumatic experience.”