More and more people give up their office jobs to be able to travel the world and live an independent life – no boss, no rules, no one telling you when or where to work. This movement of so-called “digital nomadism”, however, is not merely about extending one’s holiday; many actually establish their businesses and grow their careers while being on the roads. How does this trend affect our relationships, our understanding of family? Is this the ultimate freedom? One thing is for sure: the requirements of the workforce are changing. But what do humans need nowadays to work not only productively, but happily? Many digital nomads run into a whole new set of problems; dependencies towards social media followers, internet addiction or the need to always get new impulses through excessive traveling. Does a constant change of environment make people fulfilled or actually lost? Do we really need to travel the world to feel free and satisfied? How can we live healthily and cope with the constant influx of (digital) information? ROAMERS tries to find answers to all these questions and explores why so many, especially young people, are willing to leave behind everything they are dear to to live as a digital nomad.