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Amy Fransz HeadshotHello, and welcome to The Remote Podcast Episode 5. This podcast is all about location independence, digital nomadism, and living life on your own terms.

Each week we interview a new guest on the show, and this week I sat down with Amy Fransz, founder of The Remote Trip, a community of remote workers that work, live and travel the world together for 3 to 6 months. The program takes care of logistics like flights, accommodations, co-working spaces, and more so that you can make the most of your experience as a digital nomad.

In this week’s episode, we talk about Amy’s relationship with travel growing up and her experiences as a millennial trying to fit into the educational system and the conventional workplace in Europe. She shares how her frustration with her corporate nine to five led her to buy a one-way ticket to Thailand and how her experiences there inspired her to start The Remote Trip.

Full disclosure, I will be participating on The Remote Trip’s inaugural program starting in February 2017. You can find the program application at theremotetrip.com. The deadline is by the end of November, so apply quickly if you want to travel with me!

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Special thanks to Amy for joining me this week. Until next time!