Want to create a location-independent income so you can travel or live anywhere you want?
In these episodes, co-hosts Susanna Perkins and Kitty Navias, along with their guests, will give you actionable information, tools, and tips to help you work anywhere in the world.
Organizing photos was really hard when we moved overseas. In this interview, a professional photo organizer tells you how to tackle it.
When I lived in Panama full time, I wrote an article titled How I Survived the Polar Vortex. Escaping frigid temperatures again now is pretty darn sweet!
A 30-day vacation from the Australian Royal Navy showed Belinda she could become a travel writer. Today she lives the Caribbean dream in Cozumel, Mexico.
Just like the best camera is the one you have with you, the best planner is the one you have with you too. Listen as Kitty and I share our 2019 favorites.
Gregory Hubbs embraces a worldview built on travel and what we learn from it. He shares it on his website, Transitions Abroad, and talks with us about it.
How’s your work-life balance? Why do Americans leave 662 million hours of vacation on the table every year? What’s up with that, and what can we do?
Nora Dunn calls herself The Professional Hobo, and she’s been a digital nomad since before we had that phrase to describe it. Today, she teaches people how to travel full-time in a financially sustainable way.
Tammy Powell was a sleep-deprived veterinarian. Freelance copywriting gives her a great work-life balance, and she goes where she wants as a travel writer.
When you intentionally focus on gratitude or gratefulness, it improves every aspect of your life. Even if you think the “practice of gratitude” is nonsense.
Intellectual stimulation is one of the 6 important keys to thriving. It’s not just for the elderly! We talk about why it’s important, and how to do it.
Eden and Denny have spent more than three years traveling the world, and they’ve only paid rent for a couple months. How? Housesitting. You can, too.
Yvonne Gerard Can Help A while back, I asked readers what was their biggest obstacle to becoming Anywhereists. The majority were stumbling because they hadn’t yet come up with a big idea for a portable business. If that’s your situation, you’ll definitely want to listen to this episode. Yvonne Gerard has developed a course to…
Are you ready to jump from a job to starting a new freelance business? In this episode, we talk about making the leap and steps you’ll take to succeed.
Jeff is proof that you can fund your travel habit as a freelance writer. In this episode, he talks about freelancing, travel, and how he manages both.
In order to thrive anywhere in the world, we all need meaningful work. In this episode, we discuss what it means to us, and would love to know what it means to you.
After living in 23 countries and moving 21 times, Jackie Lange made her final move, from Texas to Panama. Now she’s started a business there as well.