Balancing Full-Time Work With Travel w/ Jen Seiser

Extra Pack of Peanuts Podcast Balancing Full-Time Work With Travel w/ Jen Seiser

Joining me today is someone who is a proud Cincy resident and Wisconsin native, who has been to over 40 countries, who describes herself as an “older Millennial” and who has absolutely awesome pictures of 6 Ethiopian boys on stilts, Jen Seiser from TheJourneyNotes.com and JenSeiserPhotography.com

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In This Episode

  • 03:00 For The Love Of Cincy & the State Of Wisconsin
  • 09:45 What Does Your Travel/Work-Life Look Like
  • 11:15 The Hybrid of LI & Remote Careers
  • 14:15 Travel Tradeoffs & Holidays
  • 15:35 Solo Trips vs Family Trips
  • 20:30 State of Travel Urgency (Where To Go Soon)
  • 24:55 Capturing It All With Photography
  • 31:25 Travel Style & Costs
  • 35:35 Hardest Country To Drive In
  • 38:40 Biggest Travel Mishap

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It’s Okay To Not Know Your Exact Path w/ Jon Santiago

Extra Pack Of Peanuts Podcast It's Okay To Not Know Your Exact Path w/ Jon Santiago

Joining me today is someone who spent many years covering the NBA, attended Justin Beiber’s 21st birthday party, and who left it all behind in 2016 to travel the world and has been on a whirlwind tour since then, Jon Santiago freelance writer and publisher of original content at Santiagos.space.

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In This Episode

  • 05:10 Reverse Immigration
  • 12:00 Why Start Traveling In Your 30’s & Vegas Nightlife
  • 18:55 NBA vs. Justin Bieber & The Real Vegas Lifestyle
  • 27:15 Why Leave A Dream Job For A Dream Life
  • 38:20 Starting A New Life & The Struggles
  • 49:55 Your Short Term Needs (aka Money)
  • 56:35 The End Goal & The SEO Game
  • 59:55 Things Are Always Ever-Evolving – Adapt Or Get Lost
  • 01:01:45 Life Is An Experiment & Knowing Yourself
  • 01:07:10 Biggest Travel Mishap

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Traveling With Trip Scout w/ Konrad Waliszewski

Traveling With Trip Scout w/ Konrad Waliszewski  

Joining me today is someone who is the co-founder and CEO of Trip Scout, who traveled back and forth to Europe by himself as a 9-year-old, who was called “the modern-day Marco Polo” by Forbes and who now, like myself, is traveling with two little ones, Konrad Waliszewski from Trip Scout.

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In This Episode

  • 02:50 Life Between the US & Europe At A Young Age
  • 10:30 The Impact On The Entrepreneurial Spirit & Travel
  • 17:55 Traveling, Creating A Company, & Blending The Two
  • 25:40 How Trip Scout Started & Helps Today’s Traveler
  • 36:25 Favorite Underrated Places & The Next Big Adventures
  • 48:40 How Did TripScout Grow So Large
  • 53:00 The Initial Vision & How It Has Changed
  • 57:00 The Investor Power
  • 01:01:30 Underwhelming Places & Where To Go Instead
  • 01:07:00 Biggest Travel Mishap & What’s Next

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Fast-Tracking Citizenship Through Your Bloodline w/ Sarah Mikutel

Extra Pack of Peanuts Podcast Fast-Tracking Citizenship Through Your Bloodline w_ Sarah Mikutel

Joining me today is someone who moved to Italy on the advice of a stranger on the internet, who can see France from her bedroom window (even though she lives in England), and who got Italian citizenship in 2 months, Sarah Mikutel from PostcardAcademy.co and the Postcard Academy Podcast.

Today’s episode has been sponsored by our friends at Chase. Check out one of our favorite travel credit cards, the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, by going to CreditCards.com/EPOP 

We are also being sponsored by the amazing guys over at Tortuga Backpacks!.

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In This Episode

  • 05:00 How An American Got Italian Citizenship
  • 11:15 Researching Your Italian Citizenship Options & Steps To Take
  • 18:05 Costs & Challenges
  • 27:20 Ways To Travel Long Term Overseas &
  • 31:40 Freelance Visa’s & E-Residency in Estonia
  • 37:20 What Are The Benefits & Cons Of Living In Europe
  • 42:30 Working For Companies Overseas
  • 45:00 What Is Her Travel Style & Places She Loves
  • 48:00 How To Save Money While Living Abroad & Traveling
  • 53:25 Travel Mishap Stories

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Japan Travel Guide

Planning a trip to Japan can be overwhelming? What should you do to make the most of your limited time?

In this guide, we’re here to help you out. Heather and I spent two years living and traveling in Japan. Based on that experience, we’ve put together the following list of our favorite places to stay, eat, and see across Japan: (more…)

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