On today’s podcast, you’re going to be hearing from Mike Cooney of CooneyWorldAdventures.com. Six years ago, Mike and his wife Catrell sold nearly everything they owned to take their three teenage sons on an adventure around the world. They wanted their sons to see the world and have a hands-on immersion education before heading off to college. This idea of taking a “Gap Year” to travel before beginning higher education isn’t new, but the Cooneys decision to do so as a family is a very unique and exciting way to do it.
On this week’s podcast, we are talking to Ryel Kestano, a fellow American who is living a nomadic lifestyle with his family. The Kestanos have four children and are RVing in Europe, or “Caravaning” as it is called over there. They have an incredible outlook on life and such a great story. Our family has learned a lot from the Kestanos, and we are already location independent. This is a very powerful interview that might just change your outlook on how to live your life of freedom.
On today’s podcast, I am speaking with Zane and Gretchen DeVault. The DeVaults are a pair of musicians with twin children, who have recently completed a their first location-independent fact-finding trip to Los Angeles. They have returned home to Michigan and are in the process of selling their belongings with the intention of traveling across North America. Listen in to hear how their lives have been challenged and changed. Their story is a fantastic example of how anyone can transition into the Digital Nomadic lifestyle.