EER122: How to Build a Business While Traveling with Kids

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If you're like me, then you really want to know how to build a business while traveling with kids. We've been on the road for over four years now and we're still trying to figure it out.

You know who's figured it out? Ka Sundance. We talk about it in this episode of Epic Education Radio.

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How to Build a Business While Traveling with Kids

Meet Ka Sundance. He and his wife Katie have six kids and spend most of their time out of their native Germany. They travel extensively, while presently using Costa Rica as a home base.

As Ka puts it, there never was a time when they weren't a traveling family, as Ka and Katie started a family while traveling. But how to build a business while traveling with kids? It wasn't easy, but Ka explains some of the steps they've made over the years.

Building a Business While Traveling

Ka talks about how he built his business while living overseas. Once a machinist in car factories, he explains how they started building a business around eBooks and courses.

Traveling with Six Kids

When they first arrived in Costa Rica, they carried 18 suitcases with them. Eighteen! But by 2016, they were down to two. Read that again: two suitcases for eight people. "You can do that in tropical countries, " says Ka. We know from experience, as well. Travel in colder places, and you need to pack warmer clothes, which take up space. Travel in Vietnam, Malaysia or Indonesia, however, and you just need a swimsuit and a few pairs of shorts and T-shirts.

Read that again: two suitcases for eight people. "You can do that in tropical countries, " says Ka. We know from experience, as well. Travel in colder places, and you need to pack warmer clothes, which take up space. Travel in Vietnam, Malaysia or Indonesia, however, and you just need a swimsuit and a few pairs of shorts and T-shirts.

Ka also talks a little about his daily routines and how he finds time to work and play with his children every day.

IN THIS EPISODE: How to build a business while traveling with kids

  • 02:22 Intro & Origins
  • 04:47 A day in the life: schedules, habits, and routines
  • 08:22 Travel day habits & routines
  • 15:03 Eight people, and only two suitcases
  • 17:15 Electronics he uses for his online business
  • 21:25 Education while traveling with kids
  • 26:13 Resources
  • 29:21 How to build a business while traveling with kids
  • 42:57 Good places to start an online business

ABOUT: How to build a business while traveling with kid

  • Names: Ka & Katie Sundance and their six children (presently aged 16, 13, 11, 7, 4, and 1)
  • Hold passports from: Germany
  • Type of travel: Long-term travel, slow travel, living abroad in Costa Rica and elsewhere
  • A few places they've been: Costa Rica, Guatemala and many other places in Europe, North America, Latin America, South-East Asia, Africa, and Australia

IN THEIR BAGS: How to build a business while traveling with kids

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Full-on family travel fundamentals. Epic Education Radio is interviews, stories and advice for people who decide to make travel a priority in their family's life...and for those who want to. Tune in each week to hear stories and advice from new traveling families, and hear how they've handled various family travel-related issues like education, socialization, working, budgeting, accommodation, road-parenting, safety, technology and more. We talk gear, websites, apps and other resources for traveling & nomadic families, and answer questions from those who would like to do something similar.

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