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126- The Worldwide Webers

WORLDWIDE WEBERS126- The Worldwide Webers

Today on the show we have Erica from The Worldwide Webers.  Her and her husband and toddler have gotten to see a list of amazing places!

They were both born and raised in different parts of the States, met in New York and from there started traveling the globe. Spending time in different places depending on where their job took them. Sometimes it works out for them to travel to a place for work and then take time to spend on the weekends in a nearby country!

Couple of years later, while living in Johannesburg, they discovered they were pregnant so began to look at options of where to have the baby. Erica said she was still traveling to Asia for work a lot then and learned so much about traveling while pregnant. Living as an expat forces you to challenge what you think about “normal”, so they spent a lot of time researching and carefully deciding where to have the baby. In the end they were able to find a place that agreed with what they believed in and here they are now, almost 2 years later with a healthy baby girl.

Listen to the episode to learn more about their decision to have the baby in South Africa and their experience!

Advice from this Episode:

You just have to GO!

Most companies are international, so ask and check out opportunity within the company for the chance to work around the world or travel and take your work with you.

Show Notes:

Website HERE
Instagram HERE
More info about traveling with a baby here HERE

Family Travel Reminder:

There is no right or wrong way to do family travel. If you are passionate about taking a trip with your family, the best thing is to DO IT! Listen to that little voice inside your head telling you this is the right thing. Make it happen! Listen to this podcast and start building your plan today!

Thanks!

If you like the show, or are inspired, there are a couple of ways we’d LOVE to have your help!! It’s virtually painless!

  1. Tell your friends! It will make you seem less crazy since there are TONS of families who are ‘out there’ living and traveling in amazing ways. See? You’re normal!!
  2. Leave us a rating or review on iTunes! It’s super easy, takes a second, and helps this show in huge ways! Our goal is to inspire as many families as possible, and your help gets the show in front of a larger audience.

125- Tapped Our Travellers

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Today on the show we have Christine from the blog Tapped Out Travellers. She and her family moved to Germany 3 years ago with Army from Canada. Since then they have gotten to travel all around Europe using Germany as their home base.

Her son is in school there on base so it’s the same holiday time as her husband. Time, they use strategically to go explore more of Europe. In the last couple of years they’ve been to 7-10 countries and plan to see a couple more before their contract in Germany is up. Since Europe is close together is makes transportation and getting around more simple. In the past, they’ve taken the train to Italy and drove to Switzerland twice.

Check out her blog for tons of resources (and occasional giveaways!) including an expat guide for living in Germany! Christine shares lots of tools and tips from her experience living in Germany to make the transition a little easier for others.

Advice from this Episode:

-The little ones make it harder to travel but embrace it and make it fun for them too! (Maybe an Ice Cream stop in between museums)
-Good way to travel: Pick a city and make a trip to and from there. Hotel hopping let’s you see more on the way.
Travels with little ones, requires patience. Also listen to the cues….to avoid the meltdowns.

Show Notes:

Website HERE
Instagram HERE
Facebook HERE

Christine loves using booking.com for accommodations. They have an free cancelation feature which is a huge bonus for travelers who may or may not know where they’re staying for the night. Or if your plans change frequently.

Family Travel Reminder:

There is no right or wrong way to do family travel. If you are passionate about taking a trip with your family, the best thing is to DO IT! Listen to that little voice inside your head telling you this is the right thing. Make it happen! Listen to this podcast and start building your plan today!

Thanks!

If you like the show, or are inspired, there are a couple of ways we’d LOVE to have your help!! It’s virtually painless!

  1. Tell your friends! It will make you seem less crazy since there are TONS of families who are ‘out there’ living and traveling in amazing ways. See? You’re normal!!
  2. Leave us a rating or review on iTunes! It’s super easy, takes a second, and helps this show in huge ways! Our goal is to inspire as many families as possible, and your help gets the show in front of a larger audience.

 

124- Abroad Life

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Today on the show we have Tim and Erin from the blog Abroad Life. They are wrapping up a very long family adventure and were able to share some of the highs and lows of a trip like this.
The idea for family travels started years ago during an especially snowing winter in Boston where they were living. Life was good…good jobs, nice home, kids were happy, but something told them read more…

121- Family with Latitude

Family with LatitudeToday on the show we have Nicole from the blog Family with Latitude. Their family of 4 is 2 months in to a 30 month travel adventure! They plan to travel to 30 countries in 30 months more or less. While currently in London, England, Nicole joined us today to talk about the planning of a trip this big and the adjustments they’re making as they start out.

Learning to live on the road had probably been the biggest read more…

120- WorldTowning

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120- WorldTowning

Today on the show we have Jessica and Will from the website WorldTowning. They are currently living in southern France and have been full-time traveling for over three years. First in Guatemala then in Ecuador and now on the south of France. This family decided a long time ago that they wanted to travel while they worked and they have made that dream a reality.

On the show they talk about why they chose read more…

119- Raise Backpackers

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Today on the show we have Fiona from Raise Backpackers. She has traveled so much on her own before kids and now continues to see as much of the world as she can with her children.
She recalls back in her teens when her love for traveling began on a trip to Malaysia. She remembers walking down the street in a foreign city and even though was scary, she felt was excited and passionate about read more…

118- Entre Family

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Today on the show we have Stephanie Langford from EntreFamily, currently in Guatemala to talk about how they got involved in family travel years ago and how it’s changed to what they do now.

Stephanie and her husband had the opportunity to spend a year in Japan as newlyweds which lit the fire under them for future world travel. After finding how they were pregnant and their year in Japan came to a close, they moved back home to Canada, knowing they would prepare for some future travel.

Fast forward several years and during the ups and downs of starting their own read more…

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