Episode #52: Revolutionizing Education through Worldschooling with Ashley Dymock

Episode #52: Revolutionizing Education through Worldschooling with Ashley Dymock

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On today’s show, Paul talks with Ashley Dymock de Tello about revolutionizing education through Worldscooling. Ashley is originally from Utah, but has spent five of the past seven years living abroad. She currently lives in Mexico with her husband (who she met while doing research there) and their son. For the past year and a half Ashley has worked as the head writer and editor at Nomad Capitalist and she has just written her first book, “World Schooling: How to Revolutionize Education Through World Travel.”

by Apr 1, 2017 No Comments
Episode #47: Slow Travel Philosophies with Jessica Sueiro of World Towning

Episode #47: Slow Travel Philosophies with Jessica Sueiro of World Towning

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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.

by Feb 15, 2017 No Comments
Episode #22: The Kortman Family Culture Part 2

Episode #22: The Kortman Family Culture Part 2

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This week’s episode is the second of a two part series all about our day to day lives as a family of digital nomads. On this part of the series, we get a lot more candid about our personal lives as parents. We’ll be answering some more listener questions about how we are able to nurture our relationship and keep our batteries recharged. We’ll also share some stories about what it is like to maintain an intimate relationship while living on the road. These are some of the questions our listeners ask us the most, but don’t worry, we keep the answers “family friendly”.

by May 4, 2016 No Comments
Episode #21: The Kortman Family Culture Part 1

Episode #21: The Kortman Family Culture Part 1

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This week’s episode is the first of a two part series all about our day to day lives as a family of digital nomads. What is it like to travel with children on the road, and how do we cultivate the kind of culture that we want for our family? A lot of these decisions are intentional, but sometimes these things can happen by accident. We’ll be sharing all of the routines, experiences and traditions that have made the Kortmans who we are today. This episode is all about how to live each day as a nomadic family.

by Apr 28, 2016 No Comments
Episode #18: How to Face Your Naysayers

Episode #18: How to Face Your Naysayers

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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.

by Apr 6, 2016 No Comments
Episode #16: 10 Ways You Can Create Location Independent Revenue

Episode #16: 10 Ways You Can Create Location Independent Revenue

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Today I’m going to be talking about how you can start to make your own location independent money. This is what fuels your dreams, the ability to earn money without having to go into an office or punch a clock. I’ll be sharing ten ways you can turn your expertise and your experience into legitimate location independent income. This is the key to creating a digital nomadic life. I’ll be talking about a number of different ways that you can start earning location independent money today.

by Oct 14, 2015 No Comments
Episode #12: Building a Business and Living Out of a Suitcase with Natalie Sisson

Episode #12: Building a Business and Living Out of a Suitcase with Natalie Sisson

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On this week’s episode, we have invited Natalie Sisson on to the show. Natalie is a number one bestselling author, podcaster, speaker and adventurer. She believes everyone has the right to choose freedom in business and adventure. Natalie was born in New Zealand and built her multiple six figure business from her laptop over the last five years. She has been living out of her suitcase, and has traveled to 70 countries while showing others how to build profitable online businesses via her website SuitcaseEntrepreneur.com.

by Sep 16, 2015 No Comments
Episode #7: Answering Questions from Our Listeners

Episode #7: Answering Questions from Our Listeners

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On this week’s episode, we are going to be responding to a bunch of questions that were submitted by our listeners. We’ll be touching on a broad range of topics, including how we do family differently, and why we love to live with less. We’ll also be talking about how we were able to shut down our old lives, how we handle our mail forwarding, and why communication with your partner is of the utmost importance when you are transitioning into a location-independent lifestyle.

by Aug 12, 2015 No Comments
Episode #5: A Comprehensive Guide to Banking for Digital Nomads

Episode #5: A Comprehensive Guide to Banking for Digital Nomads

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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.

by Jul 29, 2015 No Comments
Episode #2: Six Techniques for Helping Third Culture Kids Say Goodbye

Episode #2: Six Techniques for Helping Third Culture Kids Say Goodbye

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On today’s episode, we are going to be talking about one of the greatest challenges of raising Third Culture Kids: saying goodbye. As digital nomads, traveling with our family means that we are often faced with having to say tough goodbyes to our loved ones back home, or the friends and people we meet in our travels. This can be especially difficult for young children. In this episode we are going to share six techniques that you can use to encourage your children to say goodbye well. The tips we share in this episode will help you ease your children through these difficult partings.

by Jul 13, 2015 No Comments
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