Amy has found a way to make her love for travel a lifestyle by running a travel blog and a travel planning service while keeping a full-time remote job. She has been to more than 22 countries, mostly traveling solo, and is considering setting up a base in Hawaii.

Amy Truong

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In This Episode

  • How she started working remotely
  • Her routines for getting things done and also exploring her surroundings
  • Tips for staying safe as a woman traveling alone
  • Travel planning tips for nomads
  • How she handles feeling lonely on the road
  • Dealing with a broken wrist
  • And much more

Most Memorable Location-Independent Experiences

Climbing 50 stories up an abandoned skyscraper in Bangkok. Dancing at sunrise on a boat sailing towards the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

Biggest Surprise along the Way

Positive: How awesome people are when you’re lost or need help
Negative: Loneliness and isolation at times when you’re in a place without a wide social circle/network of friends or other nomads

Resources We Talked About

Amy’s Links

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