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Ciara Kamara: Nomad Mom Life

2019-12-04T20:47:53-04:00December 4, 2019|Podcast, with kids|

Ciara and her husband have moved five times in the last eight years, following his job postings around the world—and adding two kids to their family along the way. In that time she's experimented with different ways to make money remotely, learned how to quickly get set up in each new location, and navigated the shifts in identity that come with becoming a nomad and a mother.

Jessica and Will: Full-Time Travel as a Family

2019-06-01T09:35:23-04:00October 2, 2019|Podcast, with kids|

Jessica and Will left the U.S. with their school-age children in 2014 and spent time living in Costa Rica, Ecuador, and the South of France before switching to living in an RV and exploring Europe. They join me to talk about how they've made this lifestyle work, including handling medical care, making decisions as a family, and lots more.

Lisa Princic: Short-Term Adventures

2019-05-15T18:04:11-04:00September 4, 2019|Podcast, with kids|

After her marriage ended, Lisa wasn't prepared to give up on her dream of living abroad as a family and taking her work with her. She started exploring other ways to make it happen, and eventually she and her five-year-old son headed to Maui for a three-month adventure. Tune in as we talk about the logistics she needed to sort out, what she learned from the experience, and lots more.

Brandon Pearce: Finding Meaning in Life and Work

2019-05-17T12:42:06-04:00July 3, 2019|Podcast, with kids|

Brandon and his family have been traveling the world for 10 years now, and have recently set up home bases in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and Bali, Indonesia. In this episode we talk about how they've created the life they wanted, how finding meaning guides his decisions, their interest-led approach to educating their daughters, and lots more.

Tui Shortland: Helping People Go Native

2018-01-29T21:22:02-04:00January 31, 2018|Podcast, with kids|

Tui has been location independent for a year now, mostly working in indigenous issues related to the United Nations. She's also the co-founder of Native XP, the global indigenous tourism platform. Her Nomadtopia allows her to balance home and travel while focusing on her passions. 

Monique Alvarez: Life in Albania

2017-11-13T20:29:51-04:00November 22, 2017|Podcast, with kids|

When Monique decided to embrace all of who she is—businesswoman, mother, and traveler—everything clicked into place. A couple years ago, she and her husband moved to Mexico with their two young sons, determined to create life on their own terms. Now they're loving life in Albania, where they continue to balance work, family, and travel.

Derek Loudermilk: A World of Possibilities

2017-10-11T11:15:38-04:00October 4, 2017|Podcast, with kids|

Derek has been a nomad for several years, and is now traveling with his partner, Heidi, and their 10-month-old son, Axel. He’s parlayed his experience as a professional adventurer into various entrepreneurial ventures, and this past summer realized that just three years after quitting grad school, he was actually living the “perfect day” he’d envisioned for himself. Now, he’s exploring a whole world of possibilities for what’s next.

Gabriella and Vernon: Living More with Less

2017-09-05T11:51:17-04:00September 6, 2017|Podcast, with kids|

Gabriella and Vernon sold it all and moved their family to Mazatlán, Mexico, in October 2016. They have spent the last ten months growing closer as a family, raising three third-culture kids who are now 4, 5, and 6 years old, building their location-independent businesses, and simply living life on their own terms.

Naomi Hattaway: Life as a Triangle

2020-04-15T19:07:36-04:00August 16, 2017|Podcast, with kids|

After several years abroad, Naomi and her family moved back to the States, where she wasn't at all prepared for the challenges of repatriation. Learning about the idea that her experience had shaped her into a "triangle" helped her make sense of it all, and it led to her creating a thriving community of people living global lives. Tune in as we talk about what it means to be a triangle, differing experiences of being an expat (and why she'd like to remove that word from our vocabulary completely), and so much more.

Emily McGee: An Adaptable Career

2017-09-05T12:12:31-04:00May 4, 2016|Podcast, with kids|

Emily set herself up as a location-independent freelance writer so she’d be ready to go anywhere her husband's job might take them, and they’re currently living in Maputo, Mozambique, with their two-year-old daughter (and another baby on the way!). Although she considers herself a digital nomad by circumstance, not by choice, Emily loves living overseas and working remotely.

Hannah Vallance: A Life of Love, Play & Work

2018-05-20T17:47:42-04:00March 2, 2016|Podcast, with kids|

Since having their daughter in 2013 (and with a second child on the way), Hannah and her husband, Chris, have seen their travel lifestyle change to involve longer spells living in one new place rather than constantly traveling like many nomads do. They occasionally return to their flat in the UK for a few months at a time, and spend other periods focused on travel and living overseas.

Aglaée Jacob: Nomadic Life as a Family

2017-07-31T11:03:55-04:00January 20, 2016|Podcast, with kids|

Aglaée and her husband have been digital nomads on and off since 2010, both before and after their son was born. She is also a registered dietitian whose work has been greatly influenced by her travels. In 2015 her family spent time in rural Québec and Costa Rica, with more adventures planned for the coming year.

Dan and Danielle Greason: Getting off the merry-go-round

2018-05-20T17:50:37-04:00June 24, 2015|Podcast, with kids|

City life with two young kids left Dan and Danielle wondering when they’d be able to slow down and catch their breath. Eventually, they took matters into their own hands and intentionally chose to slow down by selling everything and leaving Australia in 2011. They have been enjoying a relaxed, fulfilling lifestyle in Costa Rica ever since, and have their sights set on new horizons for the future.

Kylie Bevan: Happy and healthy wherever she is

2017-04-15T13:12:03-04:00April 8, 2015|Podcast, with kids|

Longtime traveler and expat Kylie has relocated more than 15 times. Wanting to build more international experiences into their lives, her family jumped at the opportunity to move to Tonga in the South Pacific. Kylie, her husband, and their two school-age daughters have been enjoying life there for nearly a year, and are excited to see where their next adventure will take them.

Paul and Becky Kortman: Searching for a new home

2017-08-09T18:02:39-04:00April 1, 2015|Podcast, with kids|

Paul and Becky have made choices over the years that just happened to make their family of six location-independent, and eventually they realized they had the freedom to live and work anywhere in the world. They’ve already toured parts of Southeast Asia, Europe, and Africa looking for a new home base, and are preparing to head overland through Central and South America as the search continues.

Lainie Liberti: Global education through world travel

2019-05-25T15:38:48-04:00November 5, 2014|Podcast, with kids|

Lainie Liberti and her nine-year-old son, Miro, left the U.S. in 2009 for what was going to be a one-year adventure—and they’re still going! Continuing their slow travel through Central and South America, they allow inspiration to be their compass. Along the way they’ve taken a global approach to education, using the world as their classroom.

Sundae Bean: A family’s intercultural experience in Africa

2019-05-25T15:19:14-04:00September 10, 2014|Podcast, with kids|

Sundae Bean lives in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, with her husband and two young children. Her husband is on assignment there, but thanks to plenty of vacation time and Sundae’s location-independent business, the family is able to spend two or three months each year visiting their home countries (the U.S. and Switzerland) as well as other destinations around the world. Tune in to hear our conversation about living in Africa, raising third-culture kids, and more.

Interview with Carrie McKeegan

2017-10-21T15:53:12-04:00August 9, 2012|Interviews, with kids|

Carrie McKeegan is a location independent entrepreneur, mom, and travel junkie. Carrie and her husband run a financial business specializing in serving Americans living abroad, and in their spare time write a blog and host a radio show about how to run a business, toddler and newborn in tow, all over the world.