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!
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.
This week’s episode features a unique interview with Saskia Esslinger. We met Saskia, her husband Matt and their two boys when we were living in Cabo Pulmo in Baja California. They are originally from Alaska and they traveled to Mexico in a small tow-behind RV. Like us, they are new to this lifestyle, and they are learning what it is like to become location-independent. Join us this week as we chat with Saskia about the ins and outs of parenting and living on the road.
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.