In this episode, I have Paul Lam from the Path Hunters podcast on the show to talk about his first two weeks in Chiang Mai Thailand… The largest digital nomad hotspot in the world.
Paul is a fella I got to connect with inside a digital nomad community who turns out also lives in Toronto! However, he recently moved to Chiang Mai and when we recorded this episode he’d only been there for 2 weeks.
I thought it would be PERFECT to have Paul come on the show and have travel stories episode where we can talk about his experiences in Chiang Mai so far. I also talk about my experiences packing everything up and heading to another country as well.
In today’s episode, I have Danielle Isbell from Snaps, Scribbles and Suitcases on the show where we discuss how safe solo travelling really is. There’s always this preconceived idea that travelling alone is dangerous, well we bust through that.
Solo travel can be very safe so long as you’re sensible and use a little common sense. I know people who’ve spent 6 months travelling around Africa solo without issues… People who’ve stayed in the homes of complete strangers without trouble.
In today’s episode, I have my good friend Leah McHugh on the show where we discuss the differences and buzz around co-working spaces and co-living spaces.
Leah has been travelling all over the world and has tried out both co-living and co-working spaces… Whereas at the time of recording I hadn’t tried out either. I have since been to a few co-working spaces and loved them, but now have my eyes set on trying out a co-living space I’ve linked to down below in the resources section.
In today’s episode, I have my good friend Jacob Marek from IntroverTravels on the show and we discuss traveling planning. At the time we recorded this episode Jacob hadn’t left on his trip yet, but on the day this episode was published he’s currently in Ecuador.
Seeing as Jacob has been planning for a long trip, plus several trips in the future, I thought he was the perfect person to bring onto the show to talk about travel planning. There are certain things people overlook… And we make sure they’re not overlooked anymore!
In today’s episode, I have Rachel Pedersen on the show as my co-host to talk about how important social media is on the road as a digital nomad. We talk about Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn, Reddit, Quora, YouTube and Snapchat… Along with why you should be using them.
Rachel previously wrote a guest post talking about who should be using what social media platform depending on who your audience is. So I wanted to bring her back on, this time on the show, to talk to use about why each one is important and how you can make the most out of each platform.