EER018: Full-time RV Family Travel in the USA

 RV family travel can be an amazing way to travel with kids. Just ask the Boyinks, an American family of four who left a traditional suburban life in 2010 to explore the USA full-time by RV. In this Epic Education Interview, I talk with Michael and Crissa Boyink, parents to Harrison (18y/o) and Miranda (16y/o) about what […]

EER016: Travel Hacking for Families

Travel hacking, elephant poop and pillow fights. These are just a few details from the Spaccarelli family’s year of round-the-world family travel. Travel Hacking for Families In this Epic Education Interview, Kathrin Spaccarelli describes how they planned for their trip, how they educated on the road, what they carried with them and what they’ve learned after […]

EER017: One Family’s Move to the Caribbean

What would you move to the Caribbean for? For some, biking is a hobby. For Darryl Kotyk, it’s a passion. His family’s move to the Caribbean was based on the desire to find a better place for him, his family…and their bicycles. Darryl is a devoted husband, father of three, and cycling enthusiast based on […]

EER015: The Nomadic Family Lifestyle

The Pearce family exemplify what the nomadic family lifestyle should be. What a pleasure this interview was. Brandon and Jennifer Pearce were some of the first long-term family travelers I found on the web. Like Raising Miro and GotPassport, the Pearce family’s site (aptly named Pearce on Earth), helped me realize that the nomadic family lifestyle was […]

EER014: Unschooling and Intercultural Education

Unschooling and Intercultural Education can be crucial elements in one’s life of learning, and Jessie Voigts has dedicated her life to both. She was first bitten by the travel bug in junior high school. After a stint as an exchange student in Japan, she knew that travel and cultural study would be a part of her […]

EER013: Patchwork income, Epic living

“From Epic Fail to Epic Life.” That’s how Clark Vandeventer describes the last five years. He and his wife Monica went from living in a garage to traveling with their three kids every year — always returning to Lake Tahoe for ski season. Patchwork income, Epic living Clark and I met in Penang, Malaysia one […]

EER012: Homeschooling Sailing and College Abroad

Have your kids thought of going to college abroad? Alex Petrilla’s daughter is enjoying European living after a life of living on a sail boat and traveling with her family. Homeschooling Sailing and College Abroad Alex and her husband, Joe, had a nice life in Poquoson, Virginia, in the United States. Life was good, Alex says, but […]

EER011: To be a Digital Nomad with Family

Jacob is a digital nomad with family, and he and his wife, Kalli have it figured out. They began exploring the globe not long after marrying in 2008, and have been traveling ever since. Their son, Ryder was born in Mexico, and has enjoyed nearly 2 years on the road with his mom and dad. To […]

EER010: World Schooling and Living in Latin America

Being a world schooling family can mean many things to many people. Lainie Liberty knows all about it. Lainie and her son Miro are equal partners in their travels, and that’s one of the main reasons they believe it works so well. World Schooling and Living in Latin America Leaving their home in Los Angeles […]

EER009: Digital Nomad Family Life – Where’s Sharon

Digital Nomad Family life is unconventional but extremely rewarding. Sharon Gourlay (from Where’s Sharon) and her family were essentially neighbors of ours for a few months, her home a mere 15-minute drive up the northeast corner of Penang island, in Malaysia. Despite the proximity, Sharon and I didn’t get a chance to meet face-to-face, as one of us […]

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