Meet the Nomads – Doug Baum

We interview Doug Baum of the Texas Camel Corps about his business and life with Bedouin nomads.

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Meet the Nomads – Cherie and Chris of Technomadia

You don’t have to cross the globe to maintain a nomadic lifestyle. Technomads Cherie and Chris tell us about their life wandering the U.S. by RV.

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Meet the Nomads – Dan Madera – A Nomad Chooses a Home

Dan Madera gives us a beautiful description of what it has meant to him to lay down roots in Florianopolis, Brazil.

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The Atkins Family talk about Life and Education

The Atkins family, long time nomad travelers and location independent, discuss their lives on the road and homeschooling their children.

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Meet the Nomads – Family on Bikes

Through wanderings of Twitterland I came upon @familyonbikes and was intrigued by their bi-contintental cycling adventure with two young sons.  The Vogel family has literally been “on the road” for two years now.  Beginning in Alaska they have slowly biked their way to Costa Rica and will continue until they reach the tip of Argentina.  In doing so, their youngest son, Davy, will be the youngest person in world history to...

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Meet the Nomads – Brian – Around the World with No Debt!

I recently met Brian of No Debt World Travel through Twitter (@brianepeters).  While he’s not a NuNomad in the sense of maintaining his income while on the road, I was intrigued by his experience of a round the world trip without incurring any credit card debt.  In addition, as an African American traveler, he has written about some of his unique experiences while on the road.  Brian’s sense of humor and positive outlook...

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Meet the Nomads – Nomadesigners

We first interviewed Greg and Yoko of Nomadesign.jp in May of 2007 living in Tokyo (see Greg and Yoko Nomadesigners in Japan). Greg is French and Yoko, Japanese. Now two years and an economic crisis later these nomads are determined to maintain their international lifestyle. By pairing the maintenance of their own business with work opportunities in their new destination they are keeping afloat through hard times. Hi Greg and Yoko,...

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Meet the Nomads – Seth and Tyler Kayaking the Americas with BioFuel

This week I’m excited to introduce you to Seth and Tyler – two kayakers who mixed their love of the sport wit h their love for the environment. If you wanted to kayak waters from Alaska to Argentina but didn’t want to pollute the world in the process, what could you do? Seth and Tyler figured it out. By rigging a used Japanese fire engine to run on biofuel they were able to drive 16,000 miles through both continents...

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Meet the Nomads – Milosh Zorica Graphic Designer on the Move

A couple of years ago I met up with Milosh Zorica somewhere in cyberworld while discussing nomadic topics.  I've been after him for an interview ever since but like many nomads he's a bit hard to get ahold of.  Last week, by surprise, he sent me the interview I had sent him long ago.  Here's a look at some of his thoughts on nomadic living.  What is your business/profession? I\’m a graphic...

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Meet the Nomads – Eugene Doberer Technical Writer in Thailand

Meet Eugene Doberer whose trans-pacific life takes him between his seaside home on Koh Lana, Thailand, and Vancouver, where he’s employed as a business analyst for a Mac software development company. He’s yet another nu nomad who has found the balance between living, working, and traveling after years of experimenting with telecommuting. Seven years ago, Eugene was a well-established contract technical writer living on...

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