Rank #1: MoS 016: Solo Female Travel with The Traveling Jezebel, Dani Leigh
Dani Leigh, AKA the Traveling Jezebel, is a solo female traveler, travel blogger, and more. Dani is an expert at budget travel, funding travel by working for room and board along the way, and more! She is also a digital nomad with a home base, and a solo female traveler.
If you are ready to travel, and looking for inspiration to kick your excuses to the curb, then you do not want to miss this episode!
Rank #2: MoS 015: Tortuga Backpacks and Remote Teams with Fred Perrota
Today, I interview Fred Perrota, co-founder and CEO of Tortuga Backpacks. In addition to making some of the most epic travel backpacks in existence, Fred is also a huge proponent of location independence and remote working. In fact, the entire Tortuga team still works remotely.
Fred shares great insight into these matters, as well as the importance of running a “human business,” even when none of your business is conducted face to face.
Rank #3: MoS 014: The Nomad Experiment with Jason Robinson
Jason is a location independent graphic designer, who decided to leave behind a more conventional life and embark on what he himself describes as "The Nomad Experiment." Jason and I share some similar thoughts, so it was a blast chatting with someone else about the realities of being location independent, or a digital nomad.
If becoming location independent or a digital nomad is something that interests you, then you do not want to miss this episode!
Rank #4: MoS 013: Minimalism and Female Entrepreneurship with Sheila Price
Today, Sheila Price from Practigalblog comes on to talk about minimalism. Sheila dishes on how minimalism can change your life in more ways than you might think, and how it can be applied to areas that you might never expect. Perhaps, more importantly, she disabuses us of the notion that being a minimalist has to mean sitting in a tiny home with white walls and no furniture. She also dives into being a full-time mom and successful online business owner, and gives some great advice for ladies who might be considering testing out the “mommy blogger” or lifestyle blogger” niches.
Rank #5: MoS 012: Systems, Amazon, and Location Independence with Jason Berwick
Jason is an entrepreneur, Amazon FBA seller, systems junkie, and half of the team behind the Sweet A** Domination deck. Jason has used systems to build his businesses in a way to not only gain the freedom of location, but also freedom of his time.
We talk about FBA, location independence, what it takes to achieve, and the realities of building and running successful online businesses on and from the road.
Rank #6: MoS 011: Emma Clare Juniper
For our final podcast of 2018, we talk with Emma Clare Juniper, whose achievements and contributions to the world are beyond inspiring.
An entrepreneur from an early age, Emma is/has been a "love your life coach," representative to the U.N., the creator of an international women's movement, and so much more!
More exciting still, she has a new project launching this year, which I have no doubt will be life changing for those involved, and might just be the thing that you are looking for to make 2019 an epic year of transformation in your own journey!
Rank #7: MoS 010: Merry Christmas From Logan and Michole
Today, Michole and I give an update on where we are at in our own journey, and what we are planning to start off 2019. We also take a look into staying mindful about our path and our purpose, even as those things change.
We will be taking a week off for Christmas, but we will be back for one final episode on New Year's Eve, before kicking off 2019!
Rank #8: MoS 009: Native Nomading and Going Plastic Free w. Nate and Cassie Goodluck-Johnson
In this episode, I had the pleasure to interview Nate and Cassie Goodluck-Johnson. They are an amazing couple, currently slow traveling their way further south, through Mexico and into Central America.
Nate and Cassie have a wide array of talents and use freelancing, their blog, as well as their E-commerce site plasticfree.store to fund their travels and to help create the world that they want to live in.
If long-term travel, location independence, or really any type of entrepreneurship is a goal for you, then you do not want to miss this episode!
Oh yeah, did I mention that they are traveling with cats!?
Rank #9: MoS 008: Katie Seehusen, Queen of the Side Hustle
Since graduating from college, Katie has lived life on her own terms in ways that she could have never imagined. First, she spent three years with the Peace Corps in Ecuador. And afterward, instead of coming home to the life she had always imagined, she uprooted again, this time for Budapest Hungary.
Now, she is the queen of the side hustle and the one who introduced us to VIPKid, which is one of our main sources of income. She is also a long-lost childhood friend of Michole’s, with whom we reconnected while we were traveling in Europe.
Rank #10: MoS 007: Author, Life Coach, Podcaster, Entrepreneur, and all around Boss: Bri Seeley
Bri is a boss on so many levels, and she was kind enough to share some powerful insights, as well as her own experiences with us. Like so many successful entrepreneurs, Bri puts a premium on taking action, "showing up," and "being an active participant" in your own story. But she does it in her own unique and powerful way.