EER118: Remote Working from a Sailboat in the Gulf of Mexico

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Remote working from a sailboat. Adjusting to smaller quarters and occasional seasickness. Homeschooling on the ocean and more. These are just a few topics from today’s episode of Epic Education Radio.

Meet Michelle Peacock. In June or 2016, she and her family moved onto a boat and started a new life. Their experiences with homeschooling and remote working will be interesting to anyone considering doing something similar. Michelle and family dreamed of this new lifestyle for ten years before they actually took the leap. In the interview, she talks about some of the challenges they've faced, as well as the rewards of a life at sea. Family Travel | Homeschool on the Boat | Nomad on the boat

Remote Working from a Sailboat in the Gulf of Mexico

Meet Michelle Peacock. In June or 2016, she and her family moved onto a boat and started a new life. Their experiences with homeschooling and remote working will be interesting to anyone considering doing something similar.

Michelle and family dreamed of living and working on a sailboat for ten years before they actually took the leap. Here she talks about some of the challenges they’ve faced, as well as the rewards of a life at sea.

They were completely new to homeschooling, and she discusses how that has worked so far for her two sons. She also talks about battling seasickness, and what it’s like to be with your family 24/7.

Anyone interested in remote working from a sailboat should tune in. And please share!

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IN THIS EPISODE

  • 02:03 Intro
  • 09:26 Remote Working from a Sailboat: A day in the life
  • 13:59 Funding travel via remote work
  • 17:12 How they sail
  • 20:49 Being together 24/7 and other adjustments
  • 25:35 Homeschooling from a boat
  • 33:10 Internet on a sailboat
  • 38:10 Travel gear
  • 44:49 Other resources

ABOUT

  • Names: Michelle Peacock, her husband and two sons (11 & 10 years old)
  • Hold passports from: USA
  • Type of travel: Sailing

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Meet Michelle Peacock. In June or 2016, she and her family moved onto a boat and started a new life. Their experiences with homeschooling and remote working will be interesting to anyone considering doing something similar. Michelle and family dreamed of this new lifestyle for ten years before they actually took the leap. In the interview, she talks about some of the challenges they've faced, as well as the rewards of a life at sea. Family Travel | Homeschool on the Boat | Nomad on the boat
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