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Travel Freedom Podcast: Want a location independent lifestyle & income? Swap commuting for exploring and take 100% control of your work/life balance. With a dose of humour, your hosts Tommo & Megsy will set you on the path to travel freedom with weekly episodes. We interview online income experts & find the most affordable ways to live in and visit destinations around the world. We interview digital nomads and online entrepreneurs on how they make money from anywhere. Guests include John Lee ...
 
Matt Bowles interviews today’s most interesting real estate investors, entrepreneurs, and world travelers and pulls out actionable tips and advice that you can begin applying in your own life each week. Hear personal stories about their worst failures, biggest breakthroughs, amazing travel adventures, and most valuable lessons learned on their journey to financial success, location independence and lifestyle freedom. Guests include investment property owners traveling the world on their pass ...
 
Our mission is to help aspiring travel content creators make a positive impact with the stories they tell. We do this by sharing the how and why of travel content creation through practical and inspirational stories. We interview creators who make a living by sharing their travel stories; uncovering the secrets which have given them success. We want to show you just how easy it can be to travel the world while making money. But we also want to share the "why" of travel. Why do our travel sto ...
 
The New Nomad is not just a podcast, it’s a community of people, ideas and spirit. We share that Nomad spirit as Andrew and I have lived the nomad existence, Andrew in locations like Brazil, Ghana and the Netherlands and my travels to more than 70 countries ranging from Estonia, Croatia and Costa Rica and interesting destinations in between. We will be sharing discussions that will help you take full advantage of the cross-border lifestyle. Weekly, we will interview leaders in the cross bord ...
 
Y Travel Podcast, is hosted by Caz and Craig Makepeace from the award winning Y Travel Blog. We explore the why's of travel - why you should, how you can, and what to do. We never escaped the cubicle or the rat race because we never joined it in the FIRST PLACE. Travel has always been the priority of our lives and we'll share our tips, stories and advice from 22 years of travel, no matter how our lifestyle has evolved. Solo travel, couples travel, expat travel, family travel, RV travel and d ...
 
Odyssey & Muse is a weekly podcast about creativity, adventure and living life without a map. Host John Jurko II (@johnjurko) dives into conversations with interesting and talented artists, travelers, innovators and adventure junkies to discuss how they brought their creations and journeys to life. John will dig into the big questions like how to overcome fears, how to plan and execute a large project, and how to discover the things that drive you. Finding your true North. Subscribe, share a ...
 
Air travel can be confusing and frustrating. At the same time, the world of commercial flying is absolutely fascinating. In each episode, we will answer your questions and explore different topics to expand your horizons and make you a smarter and savvier air traveler. Whether you are looking to make the most of your next flying experience or are a naturally curious learner who wants to know more about how air travel works, this is the podcast for you.
 
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On this week’s episode we dive heavily into the “why” of travel content creation with travel blogger turned full-time podcaster, Gary Arndt. In 2007 he sold his house and has been traveling the world ever since - well, until COVID hit. During our conversation he shares how he got into travel and how he was able to afford traveling full-time. We dis…
 
Do you know how rare it is to meet someone who has been to all 7 continents and 140 countries? How can you keep up with all the memories? There’s a way to do it: Take photos of your adventure! That’s exactly what Gary Arndt did. He sold his house in 2007 and has been travelling ever since. He is one of the few people who can count the countries he …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ On the morning of November 1, 1755, the citizens of Lisbon, Portugal set out to go to church for the feast of All Saints Day. Little did they know that moments later, their lives and the lives of everyone in Lisbon were about to be turned upside down and that the city of Lisbon wo…
 
On this episode, the tables are turned and Lydia Lee of “Screw the Cubicle” interviews Matt Bowles. Matt talks about how his Irish-American cultural background and his time living in Ireland impacted his politics, identity and world view. He then shares the behind the scenes story of how he co-founded Maverick Investor Group to help people buy cash…
 
In this episode Jordan Carroll talks about growing up in the Bay Area of Northern California, desiring to travel, and starting to work remotely in various capacities. He opens up about how his location independence saved his life and how travel helped him emerge from struggles with substance abuse, suicidal thoughts and other mental health challeng…
 
Have you ever been to a place where you just don’t know anybody and don’t have any idea what to do there? And you went there just because the name sounds exotic enough? Well, Dora Zane and her team in Going Remotely might just have what you need. They help people in navigating Croatia like getting bang-for-the-buck accommodation and helping people …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ You’ve seen it in your science classrooms, and there was probably a copy of it on the inside cover of your chemistry book. Maybe if you are a real nerd, you might even have your own personal copy. Yet its very creation was a revolutionary breakthrough that helped scientists and ge…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ The modern Olympics have been celebrated for over 100 years. Since their beginning in 1896, there have been over 100,000 athletes who have competed at the Olympics and thousands of medals have been awarded. At every Olympics, just like clockwork, the same debate is initiated: who …
 
My guest today Sarah is TRUE champion! Her specialty is consulting and helping multi-language families. She also focuses on parents that want to give the gift of multilingualism to their children She walks the walk while raising her newborn in 8 languages A polyglot is a speaker of 5 or more languages. Speaking 2 languages is cool , 3 is awesome, a…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Robert Smalls was born a slave in 1839 in Beaufort, South Carolina. From that humble beginning, he went on to become a war hero, a ship captain, a presidential advisor, and a member of the US House of Representatives. However, he is best known for one of the most daring exploits o…
 
Mary Forgione covers outdoors and travel for the Los Angeles Times. She's also editor of The Wild, a newsletter that covers essential outdoor content for Southern Californians. She loves running, hiking, camping and backpacking, and doing anything outdoors -- and always looks for new ways to experience destinations in California and beyond. Mary al…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Ever since the cease-fire which ended the Korean war, the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea has been a tense stand-off. Standing only a few meters from each other, soldiers from North Korea stand on one side with soldiers from South Korea and the United States on th…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Throughout human history, people have killed, robbed, and put their lives at risk in the pursuit of power. In fact, almost all of history can be thought of as people, tribes, and nations all competing for power. However, occasionally there are those who have the ability to seize p…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ The term Dark Ages has been used to refer to a period in European history when culture supposedly regressed and civilization was in decline. The idea of a Dark Ages is one that was prevalent amongst historians for centuries. But lately, historians have been reconsidering the idea …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ You’ve probably heard the stories of many titans of industry. People like John D. Rockefeller, Sam Walton, Bill Gates, and Jeff Bezos grew their companies to become large enterprises and then became fantastically wealthy. To be sure, having intelligence, skill and foresight can ce…
 
What better way to appreciate what you have than giving back to those who are in need? It is true that we find happiness and contentment in helping others reach their dreams, may it be as simple as rebuilding their houses or as grand as traveling the world. It is innate to us as humans to have this urge to be of service to others. That is exactly w…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Almost everyone has a black sheep in their family. Someone who maybe gets in trouble with the law and doesn’t follow rules. But what if you had the misfortune to be related to someone truly horrific? What if you had a relative who was in the upper echelon of the Third Reich? For a…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Every element on the periodic table has a completely different story. They behave differently, they exist in different abundances, and humans have totally different uses for them. One of the most controversial elements, if that is in fact a thing, is uranium. Uranium can provide p…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Wars can start with a bang but end with a whimper. Often an attack or an invasion will begin a war, but even one when one side surrenders, it can take days, weeks, or months for word of the capitulation to get out to everyone. While the European theater of World War II officially …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Almost 2,800 years ago the Ancient Greeks held a sporting event every four years on Mount Olympus. The festival was part competition, part religious celebration, and it was considered so important that wars would come to a halt in honor of the games. Then in the 19th century, one …
 
John Argento is an avid traveler who has been exploring the world for the last 35 years. Originally from Canada, John has traveled to nearly 90 countries to date, visited hundreds of cities, towns, and villages around the globe, and currently resides in Amsterdam. He has previously lived in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Montreal & Lausanne and wa…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union competed in almost every arena: space, sports, and of course the military. Everything they competed in was designed to show the superiority of their respective systems. In 1972, one of the greatest cold war rivalries came…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ In 1949, a young inventor by the name of Norman Woodland was sitting on the beach in Florida. While drawing some lines in the sand, he had an idea that would revolutionize the world of retail and logistics. In fact, his invention might be found somewhere around you or on your pers…
 
One of the fundamental questions of humanity is where did we come from? How did life on Earth come about? While there have been many theories as to how this could have happened, in 1952, two men decided to actually run an experiment to see if they could replicate the early conditions on Earth. The results were eye-opening. Learn more about the Mill…
 
Retirement has a synonym: financial independence. Both terms are used to define a financial status that, once reached, means you’re no longer dependent on outside sources of income. Eric Richard worked his way into a lucrative corporate job in supply chain management, but with that came long hours and a terrible commute. After realizing that frugal…
 
In the year 1184 in the Dutchy of Thuringia, in what is today the country of Germany, a conflict raged between the Count of Thuringia and the Archbishop of Mainz. To resolve this dispute, the German King Henrich VI called the parties to the city of Erfurt to settle their outstanding issues. Things did not go as anyone planned. Learn more about the …
 
Arslan Iftikhar reflects on growing up in a Pakistani immigrant family in Chicago, experiencing racism, and being inspired to pursue a life of anti-racist advocacy work. He talks about his Punjabi cultural heritage, makes Bhangra music recommendations, and shares tips for traveling to Pakistan. He then talks about his experience in South Africa and…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, the Great War came to an end. In the preceding four years and four months, the world saw the greatest bloodletting history up until that point. Even after the announcement of the armistice, the war continued f…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ When I mention the Kingdom of the Netherlands, you are probably thinking of the country in Europe that is really flat, where they ride bikes, have windmills, and grow tulips. Well, that is only partially correct. Well, technically 98% correct. There are other parts of the Kingdom …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ After the first world war, many Australian veterans settled in the Campion district of Western Australia to become farmers on land provided by the government. It was there they encountered an enemy far more cleaver than any which they encountered in Europe. They fought this enemy …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ The biggest thing there is and the biggest thing there can be is infinity. It literally has no bounds. In fact, thinking about infinity can quickly give you a nosebleed because our finite minds can’t really grasp just how enormous it really is. However, what if I were to tell you …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ In 1889, a new exhibit was constructed for the Paris World’s Fair. It completely dominated the Paris skyline. Most people considered it an eyesore and an architectural abomination. The only redeeming thing about it in their mind was the fact that it was only temporary and was goin…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Every government had objects which central to their functioning. These are items, physical objects, usually steeped in history and tradition which are involved in the mythology of the state. In most countries, these objects are often given the status of religious relics, and in so…
 
On this week’s podcast episode we dive into both the “how” and the “why” of travel content creation with Lindsey Tague. After becoming dissatisfied with her life in the U.S., she decided to take a leap of faith with her online business and travel full-time as a digital nomad. During our conversation we discuss the fears she had while doing that, an…
 
Would you willingly step out of your comfort zone? Staying inside our “comfort zone” can make us feel safe and in control, but is it truly the best thing for us? Being in the Zoom existence that Covid-19 brought, it’s easier to just stay where you are comfortable and not challenged. There are some people who help others develop the insights and cou…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ What do you do when you are facing a crisis? Perhaps you might consult a friend, or maybe some sort of expert?Well, the ancient Romans had a go-to source for advice whenever they a major problem. And the advice they got was…...different. Learn more about The Sibylline Books, and h…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Every so often you might hear something on the news about a record high or low temperature being set. Usually, these might be records for a particular month, or maybe for a particular place. Temperature records, especially global records, can be very contentious and there are rigi…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ ----------- One of the brightest things in the universe is caused by one of the most powerful explosions in the universe: a supernova. While they don’t happen very often, they were known to ancient peoples and their appearance would often be recorded because they were such a rare …
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Almost as soon as Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in 1947, people began thinking of ways to transport passengers at supersonic speeds. However, the challenges in creating a passenger aircraft that could travel at supersonic speeds were much greater than making a fighter aircr…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ On August 4, 1997, Jeanne Calment passed away in Arles, France. At the time, it was reported that she was 122 years and 164 days old. No one else has ever been verified to have ever even lived to the age of 120. However, in the years since her passing, many people have begun to qu…
 
Chantal Patton talks about growing up in Canada, starting to travel internationally, generating location-independent income, meeting her digital nomad husband, and choosing to travel the world together with their 3 daughters. She explains about how she structures her family’s lifestyle, travel cadence, and why she chooses to maintain a home base. C…
 
Returning champion Mike Johnston (http://mikeslessons.com) is back to chat about how life and business changed during the Covid pandemic. I tried my best to make this an hour, but every time we chat it’s straight fire, so enjoy this 90 minute episode of awesomeness.By Michael O'Neal and Unemployable Co-Hosts
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ In the 7th century, the world saw the rise of one of the most important religious and political forces in history: Islam. Springing forth from the Arabian Peninsula, within a matter of months, the Islamic Caliphate had become one of the largest empires on Earth. Much of that growt…
 
Today we’re ultra lucky to hear from Joanne Kaminski. the Queen of the Business of Online Tutoring A lot of folks want to use teaching to help fund their lifestyle of travel. It’s important to underscore that there are many types of tutoring, not just English. Math, reading, business , you name it. Joanne was a teacher for years in the traditional …
 
The Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey is one of the largest, oldest, and most significant buildings in the world. It has served as a holy place for three different religions and has been the focal point for two different empires. Almost, 1,500 years after its construction, it is still making headlines today. Learn more about the Hagia Sophia on this…
 
On this week’s podcast episode we dive into more of the “why” of travel content creation with Christina Raytsiz. Originally from Russia, she is currently living in Iceland and working as a professional photographer, shooting portraits and working with brands. While living in Russia, her interest in languages took her to China on what would be her f…
 
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ Amelia Earheart was a pioneer in the early days of aviation. She became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. She was the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to California. In 1937, she set out on her greatest adventure ever. It would be the longest single flight in hi…
 
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