As a digital nomad, a travel influencer and an author, Damon Dominque has spent most of the last few years living out of a suitcase. While there are definitely perks to such an adventurous lifestyle, it's not exactly easy, or practical, to decorate each place in a string of short-term rentals to suit your own style.
I know this firsthand. A few years ago, I moved out of my apartment in Boulder, Colorado, packed a big duffel bag, and hit the road as a freelance travel writer. But after a few years of trying to create a sense of home that fits inside a backpack, I missed quite a lot about having a more stationary life. I've since settled in London.
Damon, too, has now found a long-term home base. While he still travels quite a lot, he now comes back home to this gorgeous apartment in Paris, a city that has captivated him since he was a teenager. I asked him to show us around and share his best tips for creating a sense of home on the road. But even if you're moving to a new home across the street from where you've lived for 20 years, you might just find these tips resonate with you, too.