“As of this moment, my daughter has been to more states than she is months old.”
This week’s guest is Eric Rosenberg from Personal Profitability and today we’re going to talk about his extensive travel to multiple countries and almost 40 states in the US.
“Back in my single days, if I didn’t have at least one out of town trip per month, I felt like I was doing it wrong.” – Eric Rosenberg
We also touch base on his experience with travel hacking and, in addition to writing an epic post about it, he also provides some great resources and explains why the earlier the better as far using travel hacking tricks when planning your next trip.
“Travel hacking has so many moving parts at any given time.” – Eric Rosenberg
I jumped on the chance to talk with Eric about his multiple trips to Paris since I’m madly in love with the city. We discuss the The Louvre, the Musee d’Orsay, the catacombs, and his tip for having an amazing experience in Paris on the cheap.
“It’s gets darker and darker and then you hit this like wall of bones.” – Eric Rosenberg
We also talk about his future travel plans, and his advice for those wanting to incorporate more travel into their lives as they work their way to a truly location independent lifestyle.
“The farthest parts of the world, aren’t really that far anymore.” – Eric Rosenberg
Mentioned in this Episode:
→ Eric’s EPIC Travel Hacking Post: The Complete Beginner Guide to Travel Hacking
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