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!
This week’s episode is a special audio update on our family. We just wanted to reach out to our audience and fill you in on what has happened since our most recent Visa Run to Texas. Listen in as we explain the process that we went through in attempting to establish permanent residency in Mexico. If you are considering applying for residency, this is one podcast you don’t want to miss.
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”.
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.
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.