Nancy Levenson: Figuring Out Her Nomadtopia

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Nancy Levenson: Figuring Out Her Nomadtopia

Freelance writer Nancy took location independence to a whole new level when she joined Remote Year, a program that takes a group of remote workers to 12 cities in 12 months. She’s now gearing up to travel on her own, with a plan to spend half the year at home in Portland, Oregon, and half the year on the road.

Nancy Levenson

In This Episode

  • Setting up your personal home for renters
  • Preparing for part-time travel
  • Her experience with Remote Year
  • Advice for others considering Remote Year
  • Her favorite place in Portland
  • Her must-have tools
  • And so much more

Resources We Talked About

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2017-10-11T11:15:58+00:00October 11, 2017|Podcast|1 Comment

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  1. Laila Atallah October 14, 2017 at 4:02 pm - Reply

    Hugely informative & helpful podcast. Thanks to both of you!

    I loved hearing Nancy’s experience and thoughts.

    I’d also be curious of any patterns among different people who have participated in Remote Year and some of the most common perceived pro’s and con’s.


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