Emily Lewis Nomadtopia Radio podcast

Emily Lewis: First steps into Nomadtopia

September 30, 2015 |

When a friend invited Emily to travel with her in Paris for a month, Emily decided to take it to the next level. A location-independent lifestyle had been on Emily’s mind for years, and she took this invitation as a sign to finally take the plunge. She joined me from Paris where her nomadic adventure is off to a magnifique start.

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Biggest Surprise along the Way
I’ve been most surprised by how easy it has been to do, once the initial decision to actually commit to doing it was made.

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In this episode

  • Sorting out life at home so she could leave
  • Challenges of balancing work and travel
  • Navigating cultural differences
  • Tourist vs. expat experience
  • The “grass is always greener” phenomenon
  • How she came to take the leap
  • Knowing yourself and making the right choices for you
  • And so much more
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Resources we talked about

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