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188: My Farewell Episode

1/12/2018
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In this special, and final, episode of the podcast, I explain why I made the tough decision to have this be the last episode I release. To learn more about about how you can stay connected with me, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/188 To join the Living Unconventionally Facebook Group, just visit www.livingunconventionally.com/Facebook Stalk Me On: LivingUnconventionally.com/Instagram

Duration:00:07:58

187: WorldTowning - Part 2

1/10/2018
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Today I am continuing my conversation with Jessica and Will Sueiro, founders of World Towning. On Monday’s episode we heard about their transition out of their suburban life and into travelling. This time we are talking about their business that helps others get out into the world as well. The pair clear up some misconceptions about working and travelling the world, announce new plans for the coming year, and explain why doing it yourself is often the best way to do it. To learn more...

Duration:00:16:12

186: WorldTowning - Part 1

1/8/2018
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This week’s guests are Jessica and Will Sueiro and they’re the founders of WorldTowning. The husband and wife duo have spent the past three years travelling the world with their two kids, after discovering the typical suburban life wasn’t for them. Since then, they have stayed in Costa Rica, Ecuador, France, and are now preparing to take an RV across Europe! They’ve documented all their adventures on their YouTube channel, proving that the digital nomad lifestyle can be done with...

Duration:00:26:57

185: Lessons I Learned in Southeast Asia

12/22/2017
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In this week's solo episode, I'm discussing six of the main lessons I learned about myself while spending nearly six weeks in Southeast Asia. To learn more, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/185 To join the Living Unconventionally Facebook Group, just visit www.livingunconventionally.com/Facebook Stalk Me On: LivingUnconventionally.com/Instagram LivingUnventionally.com/Twitter LivingUnconventionally.com/YouTube

Duration:00:15:02

184: The Professional Jetsetter - Part 2

12/20/2017
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Today, I am continuing my conversation with Kimberly from Professional Jetsetters. On Monday’s episode we heard about her own travels and, in this episode, she breaks down how she offers career coaching as it pertains to the travel industry. The vast majority of my guests, and digital nomads in general, are freelancers or entrepreneurs. But, what if you have zero desire to start and run your own business? Can you have an amazing travel lifestyle while still earning a steady paycheck?...

Duration:00:21:06

183: The Professional Jetsetter - Part 1

12/18/2017
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This week’s guest is Kimberly Ramsawak who is the Founder of Professional Jetsetter. Kimberly received her first passport at the age of six and her love for travel hasn’t left her in all the years since. She’s been fortunate enough to have a job that, at one point, saw her taking an international trip about once a month. However, after a couple of years of keeping up that pace with a toddler at home, she decided to start a travel-related business of her own. In this episode, we talk about...

Duration:00:25:01

182: Adventures in Chiang Mai

12/15/2017
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In this week's solo episode, I'm breaking down the week that I spent completely solo in Chiang Mai, Thailand; including how my attitude when I arrived in Thailand almost ruined my trip, how a funeral changed my perspective and made me have a more positive attitude, and how a song by Oasis led to one of the highlight of my entire time in Southeast Asia. To see the pictures discussed in this episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/chiangmai To join the Living Unconventionally...

Duration:00:14:13

181: Robin Goes To - Part 2

12/13/2017
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Today I’m continuing my conversation with Robin Rodig from Robin Goes To and, if you’ve already listened to Part 1, you’ll know that after 16 fulfilling years in corporate Robin felt she needed to make a major change in the form for moving to Switzerland for several months. Our conversation today actually picks up with Robin talking about transition back into life in the states after realizing she didn’t want to go back to life she had before. We’re also going to talk about how Robin is...

Duration:00:21:39

180: Robin Goes To - Part 1

12/11/2017
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This week's guest is Robin Rodig from Robin Goes To. After 16 fulfilling years at a corporate job Robin started to feel the stress of living a mundane life so she decided to move to Switzerland even though she had never taken a solo trip before. In this episode we’re talking about what it was like living in Switzerland, why she now can’t imagine traveling with other people, her experience traveling to Antarctica, and some of her other favorite travel locations; including why Poland really...

Duration:00:30:40

179: Adventures in Bali - Part 2

12/8/2017
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In this week's solo episode, I'm breaking down the second half of my month in Bali, Indonesia; including a trip to Uluwatu where I was lucky enough to witness a cultural dance on the edge of a cliff with a backdrop of the ocean and sunset, what I loved about Bali, and what I didn't love about Bali. To check out the videos and pictures mentioned in this interview, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/179 To join the Living Unconventionally Facebook Group, just visit...

Duration:00:23:46

178: The Heart of Travel - Part 2

12/6/2017
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Today, I am continuing my conversation with Chelsea Glass; Founder of The Heart of Travel. In part one of my interview with Chelsea, we talked all about her travels and her experiences being a tour guide in Latin America. Today, we're talking about how she took that experience and created her own business around guided trips. In this episode, we discuss how she gets clients, what she’s found most difficult about having her own business, what she wished she would’ve done before starting...

Duration:00:25:01

177: The Heart of Travel - Part 1

12/4/2017
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This week's guest is Chelsea Glass. Chelsea began her travels with a 10-day trip to Guatemala at the age of 19 that ended up turning into her living there for three years. Today, Chelsea struggles between wanting to have some roots but still feeling that deep desire to travel and explore more of Latin America. We discuss that struggle in this episode and much more. Don't Forget: Use promo code "wanderlust" when checking out to receive 15% off the passport mug and travel-inspired jewelry...

Duration:00:24:34

176: Adventures in Bali - Part 1

12/1/2017
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In this week's solo episode, I'm breaking down the first half of my month in Bali, Indonesia; including a stop in the Middle East, a terrifying experience with Monkeys, my time in a city that is beloved by many of my guests but that I was less than impressed with, why I had to pack up in change hostels in the middle of the night, and my experience with an incompatible roommate. To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/176 To...

Duration:00:28:17

175: Venture with Impact - Part 2

11/29/2017
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In this episode, I'm continuing my conversation with Ann Davis; the Founder of Venture with Impact. Ann reveals how she funded her travels to over 40 countries and how she was able to take multiple international trips while living in New York on a teacher's salary. We also take a deep dive into her travel-related company and how she helps employees convince their companies to allow them to work remotely so they can take international trips while still receiving a paycheck. To find...

Duration:00:16:57

174: Venture with Impact - Part 1

11/27/2017
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Ann Davis is the Founder of Venture with Impact. Ann has been to over 40 countries and specializes in travel that helps create a positive social impact. In this episode, we're talking about the medical scare that changed her life, what volunteer travel is, the issues someone can encounter with voluntourism, and what country has a bad reputation but is the one Ann would recommend to people visiting Latin America for the first time. To find links to the resources mentioned in today's...

Duration:00:22:11

173: Major Travel Updates

9/18/2017
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In this special episode, I check-in to provide an update on the status of the podcast, explain what two countries I will be spending almost six weeks in during October and November, and let you know about an incredible (limited-time) deal you don't want to miss if you're wanting to start a location-independent business of your own. To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/173 To join the Living Unconventionally Facebook Group,...

Duration:00:18:53

171: Blogging From Paradise - Part 2

5/10/2017
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Today, I'm continuing my conversation with Ryan Biddulph from Blogging From Paradise. We're talking about his experience starting and running a successful travel blog, writing over 120 eBooks, the time he was attacked by a Thai ladyboy prostitute, his advice for people who think they don't have enough to say about a topic to start a blog, and how people can start a blog of their own when they have no idea where to begin. To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode,...

Duration:00:24:53

170: Blogging From Paradise - Part 1

5/8/2017
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This week's guest is Ryan Biddulph from Blogging From Paradise and we're going to talk about his 6-year nomadic journey that has led him from being a security guard in New Jersey to living in countries all over the world. Ryan is actually married to our guest from last week, and we're going to dive more into their struggles and triumphs as digital nomads; including the time they were down to their last $5 living off credit cards while in a foreign country and how they bounced back. To...

Duration:00:26:38

169: Celebrating Small Victories

5/5/2017
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In this solo episode, I talk about the importance of celebrating small victories along your freedom journey and introduce you to a new task management program I'm loving. To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/169 To join the Living Unconventionally Facebook Group, just visit www.livingunconventionally.com/Facebook If you would like to support the Living Unconventionally Podcast, visit...

Duration:00:11:09

168: Instincts and Impulses - Part 2

5/3/2017
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In today's episode, I am continuing my conversation with Kelli Cooper and she talks about how she's funded her international travels over the years; including the negatives and positives of using credit cards to pay for a full-time travel lifestyle. CALL FOR HELP: I'm currently in a photo contest being put on by Out There Colorado Out There Colorado (that has a $250 cash prize!) and I was in first place but I've slipped back to third. Please take a quick second to go vote for my...

Duration:00:17:42