So you think you can’t travel because you have children? Tell that to Rachel Denning who is currently traveling overland from Alaska to Argentina with her husband and five kids. She blogs about family travel and how to fund a travel lifestyle at Discover Share Inspire.
We got to know Dustin Main while living in Chiang Mai last winter and were keen to interview him for the Nomadic Interviews series as he has an unusual digital nomad story. Although he blogs and shares his wonderful travel photography at Skinny Backpacker, and writes about travel technology at Too Many Adapters, his main source of income is from a physical business that he founded in Canada and has managed to set up so that it runs without his presence.
People often tell us that it isn’t possible to live a nomadic lifestyle with kids but we know this isn’t true as we’ve met many digital nomad families on our travels. We are happy to hear from one of them in our latest Nomadic Interview. Sabina King and her husband have been travelling with their two small children for two and a half years and inspiring others to do so too at A King’s Life.
Our lastest Nomadic Interview is with Mark Weins, a travelling entrepreneur who seeks out the best street food around the world. He writes about his travels and the food he eats at Migrationology and about his passion for Thai food at Eating Thai Food.
Michael and Katherine of Technomadics are seriously impressive. They’ve been living out of a motorhome in Europe for the past three years while creating beautiful and useful iPhone/iPad apps that have become so successful they’ll be able to buy a house outright when they eventually return to Australia. They are such an inspiration to us as we work on our first major app.