Can You Be a Digital Nomad with Kids? (Part 2)
- It’s time for Part 2 of our location independent kids episode! If you haven’t listened to Part 1, you can do that here
- Want to talk about taboos more? Check out our money episode!
- Voice memo from Mirje about how nomad life has changed since the arrival of her baby
- Kit’s fabled dislike of Bali
- FYI: The Green School is a fave nomad and nomad-adjacent spot and has some pretty amazing bamboo buildings
- We hear from a mom of four with some more controversial viewpoints about being nomadic with kids
- Our crypto expert Mariza pointed out that: digital nomad men call themselves ‘entrepreneurs’ while women call themselves freelancers
- We interview Libryia Jones, founder of Wanderist Life and the Wandering Moms FB group
Do you have kids? Want them? Would never travel with them? Let us know your thoughts. Get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org, or say hi on Twitter and Facebook, where you can also be part of our Nomad + Spice group! Don’t forget to send us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts and support our Patreon page to help support feminist critique of the nomad community!
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You've got questions, we've got answers! From the most extravagant things we've ever paid for to our most embarrassing moments.
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Hosted by our awesome friends Hannah Dixon, of Digital Nomad Kit, and Nicole Abramowski, of Queer Women Digital Nomads!
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