EER060: The challenges and benefits of homeschooling and travel

Many can name some of the benefits of homeschooling. Jen Miller certainly can, but she’s also well aware of the trials and obstacles that present themselves face when one chooses an unconventional approach to education for their child. Add in four children and a life of full-time travel, and you can begin to imagine just how […]

EER058: Family Travel and Cultural Identity

Travel and cultural identity are tightly intertwined. For Andrew Tolentino, he found out first hand last year. In October 2015, Andrew and I met for the first time over a crappy internet connection. I was in Atlanta visiting family, he was sitting on a beach in Boracay, having recently left his home in New York to embark […]

EER056: Unschooling, Family Travel & Location Independence

Location independence is something that many parents want. For Caroline King and her family, a life of family travel and location independence happened as much out of necessity as out of desire. Location Independence meets Family Travel Living in her home country of Sweden, Caroline faced the country’s “skolplikt” (compulsory education) system, which required that her kids […]

EER055: Living in Panama and Moving to Mexico with Kids

Moving to Mexico. Living in Panama. A few years ago, these were just ideas for Dan Sherman and his family. Then in 2014, they left the United States to begin a life of living and traveling in Latin America. The plan was to live in Panama for two years and then return to the United States, but it didn’t […]

EER053: Living in Moscow, Helsinki and Tokyo with Kids

Living in Moscow, Helsinki and Tokyo with Kids Living in Moscow with kids isn’t something I’d even considered before I met Tony Fitzpatrick. A father of two from New Zealand, Tony moved to the Russian capital with two primary school-aged kids and had a blast. In this Epic Education Radio Interview, we discuss living in Moscow […]

EER047: Living, Biking and Teaching in Korea

 Teaching in Korea is an increasingly popular way for Westerners to find work in the country. Originally contracted to teach for two years, she and her family of three are now in their ninth year in Korea. Living, Biking and Teaching in Korea In this Epic Education Radio interview, I ask Emma about how they […]

EER040: How to Travel the World with a Family

How to travel the world with a family — there are countless ways to do it (indeed, that’s what this podcast is all about!). Cliff Hsia has figured out a way for his family to travel together, and it involves saving, working remotely and putting his daughters in local schools for short periods of time. What it does […]

EER038: Long-term Travel with a Baby

Most people don’t consider long-term travel with a baby, but Andrew and Tanya Davis are not most people. In this conversation, Andrew tells me why he thinks traveling with infants and toddlers can actually be easier than with older children. This notion may seem counter-intuitive, but he is not alone: I have talked with a number of families who feel […]

EER033: Sailing, Podcasting, Large Family Travel Planning

If you’re interested in long-term large family travel planning and don’t know Erik Hemingway yet, then it is my honor to introduce him to you. As the creator of the Family Adventure Podcast, Erik has interviewed dozens and dozens of family travelers (86 episodes available on iTunes at the time of writing), and I credit his […]

EER030: Long-term Family Travel Planning

Meet Karen King. She and her husband Cameron plan to take their kids on an indefinite adventure starting in January 2016. Karen and company have traveled before, but this will be their first stint of long-term travel, and their plans aren’t like any other family I’ve interviewed so far. Long-term Family Travel planning You see, Cameron plans to […]