Today I’m talking with writer, podcaster and world traveler, Tsh Oxenreider.

Tsh is a full believer of living a full and intentionally.  In her own words, Tsh helps people live simple unconventional lives.  She considers herself to be an accidental entrepreneur who loves to travel and stay at home. About 2 years ago though, Tsh and her family  traveled around the world for nine months, the length of a school year. In those those months they visited 30 countries.

Yes… that’s right, THIRTY.

In today’s podcast we talk about why they did it, how they did it with kids in tow, and how they could afford to do it!, Tsh’s  shares favorite places to visit, the memories she has and much more.

Tsh also wrote about a book to share about her travel experiences, and even if you don’t have a desire to travel the world, I still believe that you will find inspiration and insight from the perspective of someone who has.

Highlight from Today’s Episode:

  • The search for the ideal
  • Living full and intentional lives
  • Traveling with kids and work

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After you’ve listened to the podcast, I’d love to continue the conversation. Be sure and leave a comment!

Do you enjoy traveling? If so, what tips and tricks do you have to ensure you are able to do it regularly?

What does living a full and intentional life look like for you?

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