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.
Starting a Family as a Nomad with Julia Jerg
Are you a parent that is dreaming about going nomadic with your family? Or are you a current nomad that is thinking about starting a family? If these relate to you then you might be wondering HOW you can become a digital nomad family.
In this episode, I was joined by Julia Jerg and we both shared our experiences of having children abroad.
For full show notes, resources, and links go to http://www.nomadtopia.com/179
Planning and Productivity with Erin Elizabeth Wells
Should you eliminate the word “goal” from your vocabulary? This idea may sound a little outlandish or may come as a surprise to you but as you’ll learn from my guest in this episode, it could be a gamechanger in your goal-setting practices.
In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Erin Elizabeth Wells and had to invite her to share her incredible insights with you.
For full show notes, resources, and links go to http://www.nomadtopia.com/178.
Learning Languages with Ray Blakney
As a current or aspiring nomad, you have probably thought about or tried to learn a new language. If so, this is for you! In this episode, my guest is Ray Blakney, a serial expat and co-founder of an online language school.
For full show notes, resources, and links go to http://www.nomadtopia.com/177.
This Is Not a Podfade
Nomadtopia Radio is not going away! Tune in for some updates on the podcast, the Facebook group, the Collective, and my own personal Nomadtopia. Go to www.nomadtopia.com/radio for more information and resources, and stay tuned for much more to come.
No Plan B with Heather Thorkelson
Since 2010, Heather has lived and traveled all over the world while running two businesses (one of them a polar expedition company!). She joined me from her home base in rural Sweden to talk about getting over what other people think, building resilience, what it means to have “no Plan B” and why it matters, and more.
To join the conversation, connect with other current and aspiring nomads, and access additional resources for building and living your Nomadtopia, go to www.nomadtopia.com/radio.
Grounded Nomads: Eden Rudin
Eager to get back to their low-cost lifestyle as housesitters, Eden and her husband were able to take on a last-minute sit in Hawaii after their extended sit in Egypt this summer was canceled. In this episode we talk about how six months of travel plans unraveled due to the pandemic, why and how they got back to housesitting, their experience with the mandatory 14-day quarantine on arrival in Hawaii, and lots more.
Go to www.nomadtopia.com/radio for resources + more.
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!
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!!!
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!