Pillows matter, man.
At least, that’s what Tsh and I wholeheartedly agreed about during this recent podcast as we chatted about adjusting to those early days and weeks on the road, living in small spaces with kids, the simple beauty of backpacking, working from anywhere, and all sorts of other good things.
It was wonderful to connect with Tsh as she interviewed me for her first on-the-road podcast since their family of 5 left on a very similar journey to the one that we took last year. They’re currently in their second month of a 9 or 10 month trip, hopefully setting down in every continent, while working and worldschooling as they go.
I’m excited for them. I’m re-living our trip through her updates. I’m delighted that another family is experiencing the joys of what we were privileged to do.
But I also know that it’s hard. Travel is always worthwhile but it’s not always easy, and she and I talk a lot about the challenges and how we learned to work through them and keep perspective.
So go ahead and listen in HERE.
(And if you want to hear more, go on and check out our previous podcast, where the tables were turned as she spoke with me while she was back home in Oregon and I was just finishing up our trip from Australia).