Vicky Sosa is a Florida-based blogger traveling around the world with her stuffed monkey Buddy. Stationed in Europe for three years with the Army, Vicky visited many countries including Spain, England, Norway, and Luxembourg. Years later, tired of the 9-5 lifestyle, she then sold all of her stuff and started traveling full-time through house sitting. In this episode, Vicky Sosa shares how being in the army made her a better traveler and prepared her for a location-independent lifestyle.
When most people think of New York state, they think of New York City. While New York City is iconic, I want us to broaden our horizon and consider the many other cities and regions that make up The Empire State. In this episode, we explore Rochester, New York. I'll share some fun historical facts and five reasons why you should visit Rochester, NY.
With over a decade of experience investing in real estate, Rachel Hernandez (a.k.a. Mobile Home Girl) started her wealth building journey finding single-family homes for real estate investors and then started investing in them herself. After several years as a landlord, she took the leap and decided to specialize in mobile home investing. In this episode, Rachel Hernandez shares how to invest in mobile homes and what it takes to build a successful mobile home investing business.
Being a digital nomad isn't only about traveling -- it's about having the freedom to live and work on your own terms. Kristin Wilson is a long-term digital nomad and expat who has been living and working across 60+ countries for nearly 20 years. She is also the founder of a remote relocation company, through which she has helped more than 1,000 people move to foreign countries. In this episode, Kristin shares the history of remote work, digital nomad trends, and how to prosper as a remote worker.
Is being a digital nomad legit? What are the pros and cons of this lifestyle? In this episode, Tom Blake shares his story of quitting his corporate job to work around the world as a freelance writer, and some of the important things to consider when choosing this lifestyle like what to look for when picking your next destination, and more.
Today was last day. It's hard to believe it, but I have officially quit my high-paying corporate job to pursue entrepreneurship full-time. Learn all about how I got here including -- how I started The Thought Card in 2014 and how I side-hustled my way to taking the leap to become a full-time content creator seven years later.
Jamila Souffrant was on her way to retiring early by age 40 when she realized she was fed up with her long commute and wanted to work for herself. Learn how Jamila became a homeowner at 22 and how she's achieving financial independence even after quitting her 9 to 5 job.
Cinneah El-Amin is the founder of Flynanced, an online personal finance platform that teaches Black women who are blowing money fast early in their careers how to manage their money NOW. Since paying off $23,000 of student loan and consumer debt, Cinneah has amassed a net worth of $85,000, and she aims to reach a $1 million net worth in the next ten years. In this episode, we discuss what inspired Cinneah to begin her debt payoff journey and the strategies she used to pay off her loans in one year.
Did you know attending college in Europe is more affordable than attending university in the United States? Jennifer Viemont discovered various ways students can receive a bachelor’s degree affordably in Europe. The best part is that no foreign language skills are required. In this episode, Jennifer Viemont shares how you can spend less by going to college in Europe while exploring the continent.
Travel agent Sarah Wilson shares why financially savvy travelers should consider private travel, the benefits of hiring a travel agent, and why it is more affordable than you think. Due to current demand and health and safety concerns, more companies are offering unique tours and excursions for small groups that cost the same as, if not less than commercial travel experiences.