For those of us with a serious case of wanderlust (or those of us who want one) there’s only one solution.
Reading about travel.
Or is that the problem?
Today I bring back Nick, a good buddy of mine who shares my love of reading about travel. We each listed out our top 10 books about travel for a master top 20 lists sure to increase the size of your bookshelf.
In fact, we listed SO many books in our honorable mentions (quite by accident, you know how it is) and decided to split this up into two episodes. Today’s podcast will be the honorable mentions and books 10-8 on each of our lists.
Make sure to check back tomorrow for the rest of our list! And probably some more honorable mentions…
Have you read any of the books we mentioned today? Leave a comment below with your thoughts!
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When we think of location independence we almost never consider running a brick and mortar business from anywhere in the world.
It is called location independence after all.
Charlie Grosso didn’t let that stop her.
Though Charlie travels the world participating in crazy adventures such as the Mongol Rally and Rickshaw run while earning part of her income as a travel writer and consultant, she also owns a business in New York City.
An art gallery to be exact.
Because honestly, why should the type of lifestyle you want to lead interfere with your passions?
Today Charlie chats with us about freedom, security, adventures, and location independence from the viewpoint of someone who wears a lot of hats. Owning a business isn’t easy, no matter where you live, so why not travel?
Today Heather joins me as we discuss some of the ways that have helped us make headway against jetlag. From eating healthy snacks and avoiding alcohol to finding a monetary motivation to get out of bed in the morning, we’ve tried a lot of strategies over the years, and we’re here to share those with you.
Unfortunately, we haven’t figured out the perfect magic formula yet (as we record this, jetlagged from Italy) and need your help.
What do you do to combat jet lag when traveling? Let us know you’re strategies, we’re always willing to be guinea pigs!