100 episodes

Nomadtopia Radio features interviews with people all over the world who have created their ideal lifestyle through location independence, long-term travel, living abroad, and more. Guests run the gamut from serial expats to slow travelers, digital nomads, location-independent entrepreneurs escaping winter, families traveling overland (and homeschooling!), solo backpackers and road-trippers... you name it. Their stories highlight all the different ways to explore the world, live and work on your own terms, and have the freedom and flexibility to create the lifestyle that matters to YOU.

Join us to learn about the ins and outs of daily life on the road and back at home; nitty-gritty details of living and working anywhere in the world, like banking, technology, what to do with your stuff, and having a home base (or not); getting started and making it happen; and much, much more.

This podcast is hosted by veteran traveler, expat, digital nomad, and location-independent online entrepreneur Amy Scott, founder of Nomadtopia.com, where you can access resources, community, and inspiration for creating and savoring the life your nomadic soul craves.

Nomadtopia Radio Amy Scott

    • Places & Travel
    • 5.0, 35 Ratings

Nomadtopia Radio features interviews with people all over the world who have created their ideal lifestyle through location independence, long-term travel, living abroad, and more. Guests run the gamut from serial expats to slow travelers, digital nomads, location-independent entrepreneurs escaping winter, families traveling overland (and homeschooling!), solo backpackers and road-trippers... you name it. Their stories highlight all the different ways to explore the world, live and work on your own terms, and have the freedom and flexibility to create the lifestyle that matters to YOU.

Join us to learn about the ins and outs of daily life on the road and back at home; nitty-gritty details of living and working anywhere in the world, like banking, technology, what to do with your stuff, and having a home base (or not); getting started and making it happen; and much, much more.

This podcast is hosted by veteran traveler, expat, digital nomad, and location-independent online entrepreneur Amy Scott, founder of Nomadtopia.com, where you can access resources, community, and inspiration for creating and savoring the life your nomadic soul craves.

    Ep 169 Grounded Nomads: Sam Kern

    Ep 169 Grounded Nomads: Sam Kern

    Sam and I started out talking about how his Nomadtopia was affected by the pandemic… and quickly found ourselves fumbling through a conversation about black lives matter, freedom, white privilege, the privilege of the nomadic lifestyle, and so much more. This episode is part of the #podcastersforjustice campaign created by the #WoCPodcasters network. See www.nomadtopia.com/gnsamkern for resources and more.

    • 49 min
    Ep 168 Grounded Nomads: Sarah Cronin

    Ep 168 Grounded Nomads: Sarah Cronin

    Sarah has been living in a rural lakeside town in Guatemala, writing for the local paper and teaching yoga. When all her in-person work dried up overnight, she had to think quickly and learn how to bring her business online. In this episode we talk about what she's discovered in the process, the unexpected benefits of doing something she'd been resisting and of the pandemic in general, and lots more. See www.nomadtopia.com/groundednomads for more episodes + resources and join the Nomadtopia Collective.

    • 31 min
    Ep 167 Grounded Nomads: Norm Bour

    Ep 167 Grounded Nomads: Norm Bour

    Norm and his girlfriend were back in the U.S. for a visit and as the pandemic escalated they made the quick decision to leave the country again. For the first time on Grounded Nomads, we talked mostly about the future of travel—practically and emotionally, for ourselves and in general. See www.nomadtopia.com/groundednomads for more episodes + resources and join the Nomadtopia Collective to be part of the conversation & connect with a welcoming community who knows what you're going through.

    • 41 min
    Ep 166 Grounded Nomads: Shannon Martin

    Ep 166 Grounded Nomads: Shannon Martin

    Seven years in Shanghai came to an abrupt end when Shannon and her husband left for a few weeks of travel in February—and couldn't return. Tune in to find out where they ended up, what it was like to pack up their apartment via video chat, the pros and cons of their current situation, and lots more. See www.nomadtopia.com/groundednomads for more episodes + resources and join the Nomadtopia Collective to be part of the conversation & connect with a welcoming community who knows what you're going through.

    • 39 min
    Ep 165 Grounded Nomads: Gustav Andersson

    Ep 165 Grounded Nomads: Gustav Andersson

    Gustav was in Bali in March when a news report caused him to quickly decide to leave the country that same day. Now home in Sweden, he joined me to talk about having to choose one place to be, mindfulness in daily life and during lockdown, the unexpected upsides, and lots more.

    • 40 min
    Ep 164 Grounded Nomads: Erica Schmidt

    Ep 164 Grounded Nomads: Erica Schmidt

    A born-again nomad after a fire forced her out of her apartment in December, Erica cut her time in Mexico short to head back to Canada in mid-March. In this episode we talk about finding places to stay during a pandemic, why she feels like she may not be cut out to be a nomad, and lots more.

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Clarisse Gomez ,

Awesome Podcast!!!

Amy, host of the Nomadtopia Radio podcast, highlight all aspects of travel, nomad life and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Dkomcaf ,

Modern Perspective on Ancient Romantic Lifestyle

I have been a nomad for over a decade and Amy’s passion and zeal for this wonderful way of life comes through with incredible strength and nuance. As an aspiring podcaster myself, I appreciate immensely the soothing and informative tone that each episode has; often times podcasts can sound like the “morning zoo” radio, Amy’s captures the modern format of this evolution of audio journalism and documentation, while still being extremely personal with each guest. Each installment is a stand alone session the also captures a progressing story. Highly recommend for anyone who is a nomad, loves to travel, or just enjoys good broadcasting!!!

Seniortopia ,

Practical AND inspiring

I have been listening to this podcast for years and it changed my life. When I first got the germ of an idea to move abroad, I didn't know where to turn for help making it happen. Then I found this podcast. I devoured past episodes. I learned so much. From each guest, I got actionable advice on steps to take and ways to make a nomad life possible. Knowing that other people were living and working abroad gave me the confidence to know I could do it, too. Thanks, Amy, for this amazing podcast!

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