Kristin explains why she left the US to slow travel through the UK this summer and reveals 12 things to consider before moving to another country.Play Episode View episode details
Kristin explains why she left the US to slow travel through the UK this summer and reveals 12 things to consider before moving to another country.
Kristin talks with her Manchester neighbors about what they like and don't like about their city, plus if they support the Royal Family and watched the coronation.
Kristin reacts to the recent headlines about a CEO who made the news for being a horrible boss. Here's her take advice for if you're dealing with a similar situation when working remotely or from home. Plus, a solution for …
How do you overcome travel planning anxiety? What are the top mistakes to avoid when becoming a digital nomad? Is Airbnb too expensive for housing if you're slow traveling or living a slow retirement lifestyle? Kristin answers your questions live …
After traveling to Ireland for the first time, Kristin shares all the things that surprised her the most during her visit. Join her for a walk around the Enniskerry Powerscourt castle grounds to learn her first impressions of Ireland as …
Kristin comes to you live from Manchester in the United Kingdom after a rocky start to the trip. She shares what to look for when renting a property abroad (to avoid similar problems), then reflects on last week's viral video …
Kristin has a spontaneous chat with German digital nomad and entrepreneur, Elena Poughia. Hear Elena’s insights on combining work, travel, and hobbies/interests for an epic life. Plus, why she recommends solo travel.
“I believe that Portugal is becoming the California of Europe.” A chance meeting at Web Summit in Lisbon led to a Badass Digital Nomads listener sharing her experience of moving from the US to Portugal.
Kristin answers questions from subscribers and listeners in the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook group during a YouTube Live Session. Hear what people want to know about loneliness, culture shock, dating, and her personal life.
Kristin celebrates the huge milestone of publishing 200 podcast episodes. She reflects on the journey so far, how it all started, and what's next for Badass Digital Nomads.
Host of Badass Digital Nomads Podcast / YouTube's Traveling with Kristin
Kristin Wilson is a long-term digital nomad and location-independent entrepreneur who has lived and worked across 60 countries in 20 years. Since founding a fully-remote, international relocation company in 2011, she has helped more than 1,000 people retire or live abroad in 35 countries. Today, she helps aspiring remote workers, digital nomads, and expats achieve their lifestyle goals through her YouTube channel (Traveling with Kristin) and podcast, Badass Digital Nomads.
Kristin is the author of Digital Nomads for Dummies. She's a Top Writer on Medium and Quora in the topics of business, travel, technology, life, productivity, digital nomads, and location independence. She has been featured on The Today Show, Bloomberg Businessweek, ESPN, The New York Times, WSJ, Huffpost, HGTV’s House Hunters International, and more.
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