There are so many people who have managed to create a lifestyle of travel that most people dream about.
The problem is that most people stop at the dreaming without realizing they actually can create the same for themselves.
You can. I want you to believe that. This week’s podcast intervew with Johanna Castro from ZigaZag.com will help you to see how you really can create a life of travel.
You just have to take the first step. And you really do not have to know what is waiting for you with each step after. As Jo said,
Every person we have interviewed on our podcast has said the same thing, “I had this burning desire to explore, I didn’t know what I was doing, I didn’t really have much money, but I just went and I’m still going.”
Yes, years later they are still going. Look at us, 15 years after taking the first step, we’re still making travel a lifestyle.
But, let’s forget about us, let’s listen to Jo who has been travelling for over 25 years. Yep, and with 2 children as well.
Jo is an extraordinary woman who inspires me to continue this travel life of ours. I love listening to her stories and taking on board her wisdom. She has a kind and generous soul and I simply adore her.
It was during this interview that I finally felt at peace with the decision to travel with our children. Jo’s two children are now adults, but spent their whole life traveling with Jo and her husband. They went to 9 schools around the world.
Were there challenges? Of course, but no more than you’ll find in real life. I love how Jo said, “To understand the benefits, you need to know the losses.” Such beautiful wisdom.
And when you hear Jo explain the benefits travel has brought to her children and their family life you won’t care about those challenges, you’ll be packing your bags today.
Oh, she gives you some awesome tips to ensure the process is a valuable one.
Jo has worked around the world, lived around the world, and has a gypsy heart. She is currently based in Bunbury Western Australia and is passionate about sharing the beauty of this small town with the rest of the world.
This is one podcast interview you don’t want to miss. Jo will show you how a lifetime of travel is not as difficult as you think and one that is well worth pursing.