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Inside the Real Bangkok, Thailand with Erick Prince, Minority Nomad (Part 2)

May 18, 2021

Get ready to depart Thailand and explore the world in Part 2 of Kristin's interview with Erick, the Minority Nomad. Erick shares his favorite travel destinations on each continent after visiting 95 countries. Plus, Erick and Kristin discuss loneliness, finding yourself abroad, and the dark sides of…

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How U.S. Expats Feel About Paying Taxes Abroad and Renouncing Citizenship

May 4, 2021

What do American expats living abroad think about paying US taxes, renouncing their citizenship, voting from overseas, and how the US handled the covid-19 pandemic? An international Expat Opinion Survey of 4,000 American citizens living in 125 foreign...

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Black Identity Abroad and Creating a Career You Love With Amanda Bates, the Black Expat

April 27, 2021

Amanda Bates shares how her upbringing as a third culture kid living between the US and Africa inspired her to found The Black Expat, a multimedia platform focused on Black identity and international living. Amanda is also a higher education teacher and Host of The Global Chatter podcast.

Guest: Amanda Bates
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What I Dislike About Living Abroad (After 20 Years in 60 Countries)

March 9, 2021

In this podcast, I talk about what I hate (more like strongly dislike) about living abroad while sharing stories and examples of how moving to a foreign country has challenged me, caused me to miss out on important events back home, and has made me...

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How I See the U.S. After 15 Years Abroad (EXTENDED UNCUT VERSION)

Feb. 2, 2021

How I see the US after living abroad as an expat for 15+ years: The pros, cons, and reverse culture shock I've experienced. (This podcast is the full, uncut version of a video I published on YouTube last week and includes topics not included in the video.)

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On Life, Death, and Coping with Grief

Nov. 17, 2020

Reflections on life, death, and how to cope with grief, guilt, or regret after the passing of a loved one. Lessons learned from my grandparents, advice from Steve Jobs on how to seize the day, a song to make you think, and quotes from my favorite...

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The Shocking Truth About How US Expats Vote

Oct. 27, 2020

Find out why US expats abroad have the lowest voter turnout of any demographic in America, despite having the power to swing elections. Learn why US expats are ignored by the government, political pundits, pollsters, and research centers, despite...

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How the World Changes When Everyone Works From Home

July 14, 2020

WORK-FROM-HOME FOREVER: What happens when no one commutes to the office anymore? The pandemic marks a turning point in global society and the start of a major cultural change in working remotely for the rest of our lives. How we live and where we...

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Black Lives Matter

June 9, 2020

Badass Digital Nomads unequivocally supports the global anti-racism movement. In this brief episode, Kristin discusses her choice not to publish a podcast last week (on Blackout Tuesday) and shares the names of a few people and resources that she has...

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Finding Job Opportunities Abroad as an Expat and Online Dating for Travelers with Fairytrail Founder Taige Zhang

Feb. 18, 2020

Taige Zhang is the founder of Fairytrail, a dating app for nomads. Previously, he worked at Apple, Rocket Internet, and various startups worldwide. After working for tech companies from Palo Alto to Berlin to Shanghai, Taige Zhang had the idea to...

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How the World Will Look with One Billion Digital Nomads

Jan. 28, 2020

Within the next decade, there could be one billion remote workers and digital nomads roaming the planet. How will that affect you? What can you expect? How will daily life change for billions of people? What should you do to prepare so you’re not...

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How To Protect Your Job from Outsourcing and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Aug. 6, 2019

It’s no secret that automation is eliminating jobs. The question is, will it replace yours?  In this solo episode, Kristin explains how to decrease your risk of being replaced by a robot. Instead of focusing on excelling in one area of...

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The History of Remote Work

July 23, 2019

For the past 50 years, remote work has been treated as an "employee benefit" or reward that should be used sparingly. But to resist remote work is to resist change - a costly mistake that makes companies less competitive, innovative, and profitable....

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Rolf Potts on 25 Years of Vagabonding Around the World

July 16, 2019

Rolf Potts is an American author, essayist, screenwriter, and long-term traveler who is most known for his best-selling book, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel. Tim Ferriss has cited Vagabonding as the reason he...

Guest: Rolf Potts