55 – Taking the Big Break – A Family Travel Adventure!

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 Family Travel!

I love this family’s outlook on life. Kathrin was so fun to talk to about how they have been able to do some amazing adventures on their family travels.

It’s really what this show is all about, grabbing an opportunity, and making some incredible memories as a family. Really seizing the moment and living for today!

Thanks Kathrin for inspiring us to live life to the fullest :)

 

 

 

P1010100 Golden Pavilion, Kyoto, Japan

Show Notes:

Kathrin’s website showing where they’ve traveled with photos, etc.:

Taking the Big Break!

A book that Kathrin recommended during the interview. “One Year Off” by David Cohen:

A book that Kathrin recommended during the interview. “One Year Off” by David Cohen:

A travel blog resource we discussed: Living the Dream- Travel Blog

Trip Advisor –  Always an amazing resource with Reviews on places to stay, Planning Ideas and Things to do “in-country” An absolute must!

Air B&B Another indispensable travel site, I really like the reviews feature by date, so you can look up the most recent information. Priceless.

Sabbatical Homes – I haven’t dealt with this site, but it looks pretty fascinating, especially for job transferring for 1 or 2 semesters, or studying abroad.

Music Credit: 

Fred V & Grafix: “Minor Happy”

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2 Comments

  1. Thank you Erik for such a fun and inspiring conversation. I really enjoyed our conversation and hope our paths cross on the road somewhere! Best, Kathrin & family

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  2. Loved this interview. Especially their idea of getting little things that can hang on the backpacks for the Christmas tree! I am going to incorporate this into things we buy for the rest of the family back home for birthdays and Solstice presents!

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