I want to distro hop because I can’t make jobs done with arch. It needs a regular maintenance and when I have to work with documents I get some dumb errors and It makes me frusturated.
Most likely, NixOS will be much, much worse for what you’re after.
With NixOS, you won’t be able to just copy+paste instructions from StackOverflow as you typically can with other Linux distributions. So, when you encounter something frustrating with NixOS, it’s much more frustrating to deal with. When you hit an error in NixOS, it will be obnoxious.
NixOS generally isn’t painful to use. (Mostly, the benefits far outweigh the costs). But for when you’re trying to do something, and it doesn’t work, it’s much more painful than in other distributions.
(And if you’re considering Devuan because you don’t like systemd, well, NixOS uses systemd. But if you like Nix, then you should take a look at gnu guix system).
If you are able to get NixOS up and running, and working for whatever tasks you’ll need to do with it: then NixOS is a great choice for an OS.
I’d say the main ethos to Nix/NixOS is “putting in effort now, in order to save putting in effort later”. Nix is a technically interesting and unusual package manager. It has all sorts of features that make for a better developer experience. – If what you see of Nix sounds interesting, I’d say NixOS is worth a try.