Sumatra with Kids: Bukit Lawang and Berastagi

The largest of Indonesia’s islands, Sumatra could be considered its own country, and the small northern corner that we visit doesn’t begin to cover all of what visiting Sumatra with kids would have in store. Traveling to Sumatra with kids was so much fun that we had to go back for a second helping. Visit Sumatra with Kids […]

EER054: Working Online in Southeast Asia With Kids

Could you move to Southeast Asia with kids? It’s a great place to travel, but what would living and working there be like? Many parents want to work online. Many of those same parents want to travel in Southeast Asia with kids. Sheralyn and Paul Guilleminot have found a way to do both! You might remember […]

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 […]

EER052: Family Travel via Home Swapping & More

Let’s talk home swapping. It’s different than house sitting, which is another popular way for families save money on travel. Home swapping is all about trading houses with someone for a week, a month, or even longer. The process goes by many names — home exchange, flat exchange, holiday swap and vacation exchange, to name a few — […]

EER051: Long Haul Flight with Young Kids

Long Haul Flight with Young Kids Based in Abu Dhabi, Keri Hedrick and her husband have been living in the UAE with kids for three and a half years, and traveling from there every chance they get. In this Epic Education Interview, Keri and I discuss a number of family travel related topics. Subscribe to […]

EER050: Slow Travel & Remote Working with Kids

Slow Travel & Remote Working with Kids Do you think you could pull off remote working with kids? Today’s guests Will and Jessica Suero are discovering just how it works for their family. It started with a summer in France. Will tried working remotely for his company, and this experiment with location independence was such a success that […]

EER049: Nomadic Family Travel with a toddler

 Long-term travel with a toddler: impossible, right? Wrong. In fact, for some traveling families, it can be one of the best times for world travel. It has certainly been rewarding for Konrad and Regina Braun. Digital nomads before becoming parents, Konrad and Regina returned to their home country of Canada for the birth and first year of their daughter, […]

EER048: An Epic Family Road Trip — 11 countries in 111days

Family Road Trip of a Lifetime The family road trip, for most people, is a day or two of driving to visit far-flung relatives. The Baid family, however, have taken family road trips to an entirely new level. In 2015, the Anand Baid, his wife Punita and their two children loaded up the car and left their hometown […]

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 […]

EER045: Digital Nomad Family Life

Can you imagine a digital nomad family life? David Keys and Sarah Beaudette are finding out first hand. Long-term expats, David and Sarah lived in both South Africa and Luxembourg before starting a a family. Now they find themselves in Ko Phangan, Thailand, starting a business and raising their son, Spencer. We talk a lot […]