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.”
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!
After a short hiatus, we have returned this week to share an interview with Harris Fellman, who created WanderlustLiving.com with his wife Andrea. They both own and run online businesses, which allow them to work from anywhere in the world. The Fellmans have two children, 10 and twelve years old, and they have chosen to live a nomadic lifestyle a little bit differently than most. They prefer to live in the places that they travel to for a few years at a time. If you like the sound of traveling the world and living in a place for the long-term, stay tuned because this episode is for you.
On this week’s episode, you’ll be hearing from Michelle Tupy of AndOffWeWent.com and MichelleTupy.com. Michelle and her husband have been living a nomadic lifestyle since they were married twelve years ago. Over those twelve years, they have brought two lovely children into the world, and they have not stayed in one place for more than a year. It’s rare that we get to talk to a family with multiple children who has been doing this for so long, so we are very excited to share their story.