When our list of things to do consists of mostly beaches, you know you’ve found a good relaxation spot. Join us as we chat about our time in Paros, Greece!Click here to read more »
Georgia has quickly made it’s way into my heart (probably through my stomach) and should be a country high on anyone’s wanderlust list. Today we chat food, accommodations, and amazing scenery in the country of Georgia.Click here to read more »
Only on the road can you run into situations like this. Remember the #1 travel rule, if you can take someone up on an invitation into their home? Do it.Click here to read more »
It’s time for part 2 of our list of why roadtrips rule! We’re back to share more ridiculous road antics, the power of contemplation and the excitement that the randomness of the road can bring. Convincing Jay to do a Roadtrip music podcast didn’t take too long either! So make sure to keep your eyes […]Click here to read more »
Ever wondered why road trips are so awesome? Probably not cause you already knew it, but Jason & I are going to talk about it anyway!Click here to read more »
Author Tom Edwards has traveled the world on a shoestring, or perhaps a guitar string. He shares his tips for getting jobs on the road and some of his experiences as an ultra-budget traveler.Click here to read more »
Mike & Suzie, from The Mike & Suzie show join me today to talk health and fitness on the road. How to keep routines/eat better when you’re traveling, why diets are crap, and how there is no such thing as failing!Click here to read more »
Fast or slow? There’s pros and cons for traveling either way, and today Jason from Zero to Travel joins me for a quick debate!Click here to read more »
Chicago is known as one of the best food cities in the world. And after listening to the first half of our destination diary, you’ll know why. With more food recommendations than any Destination Diary to date, we welcome listener Kevin to the show to discuss the wonders that Chicago has to offer.Click here to read more »
Heather and I went to two very different places for our solo travel challenge. Today we chat with Napkins about our experiences traveling solo, what we learned about ourselves, and the tips we have for anyone else traveling alone.Click here to read more »
Sometimes when you get home from a trip, the blues can hit hard. Doesn’t seem to matter where you went, or how long you were gone for, you’ve just got some mixed feelings on re-entry. Here are 14 tips & tricks for when you’re hardpressed to find that same happiness at home.Click here to read more »
The Paradise Pack is launching today, and in it’s honor we’re interviewing three of our contributors this year, Johnny FD, Ruth Soukup, and Mish Slade about how they became Location Independent and their best advice for you to do the same!Click here to read more »
Heather and I have been Location Independent for 4 years. Long before we even knew that was a thing to be. Today we share 27 lessons we’ve learned (or are still learning) along the way.Click here to read more »
It should be no surprise that Heather and I loved New Orleans. Check out some of our recommendations on where to eat, what to do, and where to stay in the big easy!Click here to read more »
Trav and Heather have rented AirBnB properties all over the world, but now they’ve decided to flip the equation and rent out their own home on AirBnB. They relay their experience as AirBnB hosts plus tell you how to price your property, create a good listing, and add the little touches so that you can successfully rent out your place (even if you don’t live in a “hot” area) and make money while you travel.Click here to read more »
Heather and I are back from our amazing roadtrip, and today we’re here to thank you guys for being so awesome, and talk about some of the places we visited along the way.Click here to read more »
In the two weeks we’ve spent in Nashville, it’s quickly oping the charts (ha, music joke) of our favorite cities.
Today we discuss our favorite places to eat, drink, and listen to live music; they have more than just country!
Jason joins me today to discuss our top cities around the USA. We’ll do the first half of our favorite cities today on the EPoP Podcast, and you can check out part 2 over on Zero to Travel!Click here to read more »
Geneviève and Nicolas from The Great Anomaly join Heather and I today to talk about what it means to be couplepreneurs.Click here to read more »
Travis and Heather discuss why they have (almost) no plans for their upcoming roadtrip, how you can help pick where they go and what they do, what their essential items are, and why this is getting back to their travel roots.Click here to read more »
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