The NomadTogether Podcast
Location Independence for Couples and Families
Jam-packed with uber leet info, so enlightening. specifically, the advice regarding Charles Schwab ROCKED!!
I love how organized the episodes are, broken down into digestible chunks.
Thanks for all the great ideas…it will be really wonderful to get rid of years of old clothes and dusty stuff that’s never been used since we moved up here!Janet Brien
On today’s episode, Paul invited Joe Kashurba. Joe grew the freelance web design business that he started in high school into a digital agency with a virtual team and clients around the world. He went from building $300 websites to building $30,000 websites and managing 6-figure digital advertising budgets for some of the largest manufacturing and construction companies. Joe now advises and mentors other freelance web designers and digital agency owners on how to develop and scale their businesses.read more
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.”read more
On today’s show, Paul and Becky Kortman, founders of the NomadTogether Podcast grab the mic and bring the audience up to speed on what they’ve been doing and where they have been over the last two months. Finally, they chat through what it means to be independent. You might think this is insider baseball only meant for those who are location independent or who are digital nomads, or even for the friends of Paul and Becky, however, the message throughout this episode is that you too can do this!read more
On today’s show, Becky talks with Cris Alonso. Cris is a midwife (CPM) and holds a Masters in Public Health. After consulting in sexual and reproductive health in Central America for several years she founded Luna Maya Birth Center in Chiapas, Mexico where she worked for 13 years.read more
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.read more
On today’s episode, you’ll hear from Gen and Nick, the co-creators of The Great Anomaly, a blog and podcast where they share their journey as “couplepreneurs”, digital nomads, and owners of three online businesses. This conversation focuses on a concept called essentialism, which is similar to minamalism in a lot of ways. Stay tuned to find out the difference between the two and see how this mindset impacts your family, your travels, your business, and just about everything else in your life.read more