Location independence as a family is possible for everyone! Along our travels, we have met families all around the world who have embraced this lifestyle. This podcast is all about how you too can choose to live a location independent lifestyle as a family. We cover topics such as homeschooling, roadschooling and worldschooling as well as remote working and running a location independent business. Join us as we fly, sail and RV around the world!
Episode #64: The Secret Guide to Houseswapping with Daniel Prince
Episode #63: Healthcare Elsewhere with John Cote
Many people wonder how families can travel long term when healthcare is "so bad" outside of the US. If you are one of them then listen this episode which is all about healthcare elsewhere with John Cote.
John is an award winning author who has published three Amazon.com #1 Best Selling books. As the creator and host of Healthcare Elsewhere, the worlds leading medical tourism podcast. In his role as patient advocate and educator, he interviews patients who share their inspiring success stories along with leading doctors and healthcare experts worldwide. In 2014 he published an international best selling book based on the show, also titled Healthcare Elsewhere.
Episode #62: Worldschooling Your Tribe with Jennifer Sutherland-Miller
Are ready to be taken to a worldschooling tribe? Fasten tight as Paul invites Jennifer Sutherland-Miller, who will walk you through.
Together with her husband and four children Jennifer has spent most of the last nine years adventuring full time across six continents. Worldschooling the young people, birth through university and building a career as a successful travel writer and editor while exploring far and wide have been fantastic adventures. She is deeply involved in grassroots efforts to alleviate malnutrition and combat the root causes of poverty by creating sustainable, dignified work for women and through expanding educational opportunity.
Episode #61: The “Why” behind Location Independence with Craig and Jana Holland
Do you want to know more about location independent families? The you MUST listen to this episode where Paul interviews Jana and Craig Holland.
At the end of 2010 The Hollands! recognized a huge disconnect in their marriage, family, spirituality, global footprint and finances. They were the typical middle class American family, working full-time, pursuing their musical passion, school committee’s and organizing neighborhood gatherings. Trials came their way which lead the Hollands through a major transformation process that included deeper connectivity, reconciliation and purpose. They cast a dream/vision for a life that was transparent, holistic and community driven. They launched in their MCI-9 bus conversion in 2011 and have been rolling ever since.
Episode #60: Entrepreneurship and the Nomadic Lifestyle with Awilda Rivera
This week's episode is especially for those who want to run a business, or who are running a business. Listen carefully as Paul invited Awilda Rivera.
Awilda is a trusted, results oriented Success Coach, Spiritual Advisor and Yogi who has dedicated her life to helping others succeed. Whether you are an Entrepreneur or Career Professional, Awilda has the tools to assist you in making the progress you desire.
Episode #59: Volunteering While Traveling with Ricky Shetty
On today’s episode Paul invited Ricky Shetty. Ricky is the owner and operator of Daddy Blogger, where he writes about parenting from a father’s perspective with a big emphasis on family travel with young kids. Currently, Ricky and his family are on a 1 year Round-The-World Trip visiting Asia, the Middle East, Africa, South America, and Central America.
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Just found this podcast and I’m obsessed! It seems as if your family is my alternate life and I’m enjoying living vicariously through your podcast . I am also a mom of 4 roughly the same ages as yours and although we’re location dependent we’re also homeschooling and committed to embracing a life of meaningful experiences wherever they present themselves be it camping trips and awesome day trips whenever we can and really enjoying our own beautiful neighborhood like a perpetual tourist . Huge thanks to you for sharing your journey and bon voyage to your family !! Blessings from a mom in USA:)
Audio quality was rough in episode 1. Had me nervous. Quickly improved.
These are the questions I have been asking more and more in the last couple of years.
The draw toward location independent living just keeps getting stronger and stronger for me.
Dream began as a dream for after kids were grown, but I am beginning to struggle with the idea of waiting that long.
This podcast is perfect as I am thinking of many of the topics they’re discussing and am hearing things I hadn’t considered as well.
Ok I’m finally doing it! I’ve only just started listening, and yours is only the second podcast I’ve ever subscribed to. Absolutely Love getting all the wisdom, insight, and advice into a lifestyle that I am constantly fantasizing about now and in the initial phase of planning!
We have 4 kids (14,12,10 and a 10 month old baby) and I am a RN turned stay-at-home mom trying to decide how I’m going to make location independent income so we can make this all happen! And you guys have been so helpful with giving me ideas and inspiration. So Thank You Thank You Thank You! And I look forward to continuing to listen :))