In 2006, today’s guest first appeared way back in episode 86 and 87, where we talked about how to travel longterm in a financially sustainable way and how to find free accommodation anywhere.

Nora Dunn left a career in financial planning to embrace the desire of perpetual travel, which she has been doing for the past 8 years — and since then has been helping others accomplish the same through her blog, The Professional HoboShe’s released two books, How to Get Free Accommodation Around the World, and for any train journey lovers like me — Tales of Trains: Where the Journey is the Destination.

And now she’s released her third from Unconventional Guides, Live and Work from Anywhere — Transplant your Career, Job, or Business to the Global Location of Your Choice. In this episode, we explore the changes in Nora’s life over the past year, finding balance in the lifestyle of work and travel, and how Nora’s new book can help you find the right path toward location independence.


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Author Nathaniel

I’m a lifelong international traveler, the host of The Travelers podcast, and founder of Holocene, a digital publishing brand, a community for the curious and creative, and an agency for influencers within travel. Together we create compelling stories, tools, resources, and experiences for those who travel for more than to see or do things but to find transformational experience beyond their routines.

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  • Charlene says:

    Life got in the way of me keeping up with the podcast for the last few months so I’ve been listening like crazy trying to catch up. I love traveling and recently returned from teaching in Korea for the past 2 1/2 years. But binge listening to this podcast while responsibilities at home prevent you from traveling abroad is hard. The wanderlust really starts to build. I was starting to think I should hold off listening to anymore episodes for a while, until I listened to this one. Nora’s quote “You can be a traveller at heart and still not constantly be on buses, trains, planes, and automobiles. You don’t have to be moving…. The spirit of exploration is one that happens not only by virtue of changing your surroundings but also by changing yourself.” This concept floored me. I listened to that, rewound the podcast, listened again, paused to contemplate that, and then listened a few more times before I could finish the rest of the show. It was exactly what I needed to hear and now I have a whole new outlook on my position right now in regards to travel and the direction I am headed. I just wanted you to know that. Thank you!

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