On today’s show, Paul interviews Pam Laricchia to dig even further into the unschooling movement. Pam is a longtime unschooling mom from Ontario, Canada. Her three children left school 14 years ago. She loves writing about what she has learned through their experience, and has been published in a number of magazines. She has also written three books on the topic, and she regularly shares her experiences and stories on The Exploring Unschooling Podcast. Since there is no manual on how to do this, the wisdom and advice that parents like Pam share with us is crucial for those of us who are pursuing this new and exciting means of education.
, Slow Travel
, Travel Blogging
On this week’s show, we’ve invited Jessica Sueiro from Goodie Goodie Gumdrop and WorldTowning.com on to the program. The Sueiros are a family of four who are slow traveling around the world, and they are currently spending a year in Southern France. They are worldschoolers, digital nomads, dream chasers, minamilists, and much, much more. Their goal is to inspire other families to slow travel, learn through the world and live a life authentic to their desires.
, When Things Go Wrong
After a brief hiatus, we have returned to the podcast. What happened during those few months? Well, to be honest, we have had struggled through some negative feedback and discouraging times. We thought it would be fitting to return with an episode that talks about one of the most difficult things that location-independent families face during their travels: naysayers. We’re going to be talking about how to face the people who don’t understand us and hate on the lifestyle that we love.
Finance - Money & Income
Today we are going to talk about banking and how it can help you live a life of freedom. For most of us that are living the Western script, banking is a simple, everyday part of our lives. For digital nomads it can become a lot more complicated. We’ll be talking about some financial lessons that we learned during our travels, and how you can avoid making the same mistakes. We’ll also be sharing what we believe are the top four banks worldwide for location-independent families, so you can choose the bank that is right for you.