EER036: Life in Costa Rica with Children

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EER 036: Life in Costa Rica with Children with the Workman Family

 Building a business in North America can be tough — building a business in Costa Rica with children (and limited funds) is on a completely different level. That didn’t stop Bobby and Shelley Workman, though. This American couple from North Carolina quit their jobs, moved their three daughters to Central America and built a set of villas in Costa Rica, doing much of the work themselves in order to cut costs.

Life in Costa Rica with Children

Now nestled into a verdant cove on the Pacific side of the country, the Workman’s live their lives on their own terms, managing a place they designed themselves, and establishing schooling programs for their girls and other children in the area. In addition to discussing  how they built their business, we talk about:

  • Their limited gear and children’s books
  • Their conscious choice not to rush through life
  • How they occasionally use bartering instead of money
  • Their recommendations for traveling families in Costa Rica with children
  • And much more…

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EER 036: Life in Costa Rica with Children with the Workman Family

EPIC INTRO

  • Names: Bobby and Shelly Workman and their three daughters, Leyla (8), AJ (7) and River (a.k.a. “Rio” — now 4)
  • Hold passports from: USA
  • Type of travel: Moved to Costa Rica with children

Find Them On:  Bobby Workman  |  Costa Rica villas  |   Facebook  |  Interview/Profile in the Wall Street Journal

Their gear:EER 036: Life in Costa Rica with Children with the Workman Family

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Listen in for more about the Workmans and how they’ve made Costa Rica their home.Life in Costa Rica with Children #EER036: Interview with Bobby Workman

EER 036: Life in Costa Rica with Children with the Workman Family

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