With 7 episodes behind us at this point, podcast co-hosts Kitty and Susanna thought it would be fun to do something a little different.
Today, we’re not going to teach you anything (except maybe by example). And we’re not interviewing any guests, either.
Instead we’re taking turns sitting on the other side of the table and interviewing — wait for it — each other!
Hopefully you’ll get to know each of us a little better. Some of the things you’ll find out include:
- How I became an Anywhereist
- Why Kitty chose the “starving artist” life (relax, she’s not really starving)
- Kitty’s advice for you if you decide not to pursue a typical life/work path
- How I put together my own portable career
- My travel/life bucket list
- And some more interesting things as well
We hope you enjoy this episode! Feel free to comment below — ask questions, tell us what you like, or don’t like. It will help us plan future episodes.
Speaking of future episodes, did you know that we’re now available on iTunes and Google Podcast? It’s very easy to get the latest podcast episode on either of these platforms — I listen to podcasts on my phone all the time when I’m driving or walking.
If you do listen on one of those platforms, we’d love it if you’d leave a review there. It will help other Anywhereists find The Anywhereist Podcast easily.
This episode was sponsored by 52 Days to Your New Life Overseas.
When you sign up for this program, every day, for 52 days, you’ll receive an email outlining the next step to take. And it’s not only e-mail. it includes:
- Fully Actionable Steps
- Interactive Worksheets
- And More To Help You Forecast, Plan, And Budget
If you’re looking for a better way to organize your life and work, Kitty recommends The Passion Planner!
Thanks for the great music! Our theme music is provided by SoundCloud, and we’re featuring artist ItIs Leanne, playing Corta-Jaca – tango brasileiro.
Follow Your Co-Hosts
Your co-hosts are Susanna Perkins (Anywhereist) and Kitty Navias.
Susanna’s a serial solopreneur, blogger, freelance writer, WordPress maven, and all-around portable career enthusiast. She developed her anywhereist lifestyle in an act of desperation following the US financial meltdown in 2009. During that time she’s moved 7 times, and worked from hundreds of locations at home and abroad.
Kitty’s a millennial with a lot of creative pursuits — she’s a musician, photographer, and writer. She’s traveled extensively, with plans for a lot more. On the show, Kitty will be providing us with tips and resources to keep our lives under control and moving in a forward direction as we become Anywhereists.
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