EER152: Putting Kids in Local Schools While Traveling

For some families on the road long-term, putting kids in local schools while traveling becomes an important component of the journey. No, I’m not talking about fancy (and often expensive) international schools, although those can be a good option for some. What I’m talking about are just the regular local schools of a city or […]

EER127: Adding Cultural Experiences to Family Travel

Cultural experiences make family travel richer. It could be taking a cooking class or celebrating a local holiday. Whatever it is, there’s something special about incorporating cultural experiences into family travel. Today I talk with Becky Morales from Kid World Citizen about cultural education and how to add cultural experiences to family travel. *** SAVE THE PIN […]

Taste of San Miguel Review — Our Family Food Tour in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Warning: this Taste of San Miguel review will leave you hungry. The city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico is an incredible place to explore, and this food tour was our best dining experience in town. Here are a few details of our day walking and eating. Taste of San Miguel Review There are over […]

EER121: Homeschooling, Parenting and Backpacking with Toddlers

Homeschooling, unschooling, parenting, and backpacking with toddlers. These are just a few things we discuss in this week’s episode of Epic Education Radio. Subscribe to Our Podcast (iTunes, Stitcher, RSS, and more) Backpacking with Toddlers Meet Jen Lumunlan. Like many of us, she was told that travel stopped once you have children. And like many […]

EER119: South America with Kids & Finding a School in Peru

Exploring South America with kids. Finding a school in Peru. Brushes with serendipity and tips for finding the right AirBnB apartment in South America. These are a few of today’s topics on Epic Education Radio. Exploring South America with Kids Meet Michelle Mundy. She and her husband have been exploring South America with kids and […]

EER117: Raising Bilingual Kids in Mexico, with Christine Gilbert of Almost Fearless

Raising bilingual kids in Mexico. Living in Oaxaca. Driving around Mexico and giving birth there (twice) during the time of Zika. We’re talking to Christine Gilbert of Almost Fearless on today’s episode of Epic Education Radio. Language Learning & Raising Bilingual Kids in Mexico DISCLAIMER: It has come to light that Christine Gilbert and her services […]

EER112: Homeschooling in Canada, Korea and Jamaica

Homeschooling in Canada. Giving birth in Korea. Family travel in Jamaica. These are just a few topics covered in this week’s episode of Epic Education Radio. Homeschooling in Canada, Korea, and Jamaica Meet Robyn Robertson, a mother of two and an unschooling advocate. With a bi-cultural heritage and a father who traveled for work, Robyn […]

EER091: AirBnB Tips and Online Education While Traveling

Money, accommodation, and online education while traveling. These are the three of the main challenges many traveling families face. In today’s episode, we address two of them: AirBnB tips and online education while traveling. Subscribe to Our Podcast (iTunes, Stitcher, RSS, and more) AirBnB Tips and Online Education While Traveling Taking online classes while traveling is […]

EER089: Deschooling, Family House Sitting, & Scams in Thailand

Homeschooling, deschooling, family house sitting, and a few typical scams in Thailand. Welcome to the King family’s past 12 months of family travel. Subscribe to Our Podcast (iTunes, Stitcher, RSS, and more) Deschooling, Family House Sitting, & Scams in Thailand It’s been a full year of family travel for Karen King and her family. Long-time […]

EER073: Worldschooling and Family Travel after a Crisis

Worldschooling is getting a lot of attention today, and well it should. On today’s episode, I talk with Jen Silver about how her family discovered worldschooling after the real estate crash and a number of other personal tragedies made them reassess their family’s life and education. Worldschooling and Family Travel What is worldschooling? Well, it’s […]

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