Epic Education Radio: Family Travel Podcast for parents who like Nomadic Matt, Rick Steves, Tim Ferriss & John Lee Dumas
About This Show
All about family travel, slow travel, gap year travel and living abroad with kids. Epic Education Radio is interviews, stories and strategies for people who travel with kids— and for those who plan to. Tune in each week to hear inspired family travelers discuss specific destinations and describe how they handle issues like education, money, accommodation, parenting, technology and more. We talk about the gear, websites, apps and other resources we use, and answer questions from those who have yet to hit the road. If family travel or living abroad is important to you, then this podcast is designed to make your journey better, cheaper and more meaningful.
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EER099: World Travel Family talks about Self-led Learning & Romania with Kids
5 days ago
Self-led learning. Family travel blogging. Exploring Romania with kids. These are just a few topics from my second conversation with Alyson Long from the World Travel Family blog. ::: Like what you’re hearing? Then please subscribe, rate & review Epic Education Radio. We would be extremely grateful! iTunes is a search engine as well, and so when you rate and review us, you help others find us. Thank you! ::: Meet the World Travel Family It's been four years since Alyson and family bought one-way tickets top Malaysia. Since then, they've been making it up as they went along. learning to make money online through blogging on the way. Alyson's husband is a chef by profession, and he's occasionally picked up work in London along the way. He is also fan of Ironman — the race, not the superhero. He competes in them, and now his blog on the topic is starting to earn the family money as well. The main blogging breadwinner, however, is World Travel Family, which has been giving tips and insight into traveling with kids since 2012. They've fused work and travel into a lifestyle spending lots of time in Romania with kids while they plan their next steps. Self-led Learning in Romania with Kids Alyson's two boys have been homeschooling for around five years so far. She's written about it and how it has evolved. "Yes, 'evolved' is the right word," she says, "What worked when they were six doesn't work when they're twelve..." In the interview, she talks about the many ways they learn from the web and from the world around them. For example, their