People all over the world are turning their driving commutes into telecommutes in the hopes of finding better work-life balance. Now you can hear their stories firsthand on the Wandering Workers Podcast.
There’s a growing number of people who live life on their own terms and I want to shine a light on how they make it work. What I’ve learned from talking to these individuals is that there isn’t just one way to travel—the backpacker is no longer the only one “living the dream.”
The best part is that you don’t have to save a bunch of money and put your career on hold to see the world. I’ve interviewed everyone from solo travelers to families of five, from people who run their businesses on the go to those who have automated income.
In the first few episodes you’ll meet Sara, who runs her nutrition business from abroad; Heather and Jim, who are on their second round-the-world trip; and Robert, who managed to advance his career while living in Costa Rica, a place notorious among travelers as being difficult to find work.
In each episode we dive into what inspired their lifestyle shifts, how they prepared for extended trips, and what tools they use to manage their businesses on the go.
These are people who live life on their own terms and I want to share their stories—and secrets—with you.
How to Listen
You can stream or download the podcast straight from wanderingworkers.com. I’ll be posting new episodes every month with links to resources mentioned during the show.
You can also find the Wandering Workers Podcast on iTunes.
I’m so excited for this adventure and especially happy to have you along for the ride. I hope these stories inspire you as much as they inspire me.