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.
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.
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.
On this week’s podcast we are speaking with Brandon Pearce of PearceOnEarth.com. We affectionately refer to Brandon as the “Sage” of location independent families. If you only listen to one interview on this podcast, this should be the one. Brandon has all kinds of practical advice on what it takes to become a location independent family, and how to truly cultivate happiness that lasts.
On this week’s episode, we’re speaking with Sharon Gourlay from WheresSharon.com. Sharon and her family left their home in Melbourne, Australia in 2014 with the dream of a better lifestyle. Since then, they have built a successful travel blog and a series of other sites while visiting many countries in Asia and Europe with their preschoolers. They recently decided to return back home, which is something that a lot of digital nomads consider during their travels. You’ll hear how the Gourlays managed to build a successful location-independent business on the road, and how they were able to face the challenges of settling into life back home.