Today my guest is Erica from The World Wide Webers! Erica is a girl from the Washington, D.C. area who spent her 20’s living it up in the NYC, earned her stripes working for a global translations company, and fell in love with a Florida boy on an epic Sunday Funday.
In what she feels like was a blink of an eye, she became a mom of two miniature schnauzers and a globetrotting baby girl. They now live their lives traveling the world as part-time global citizens and full-time pooper scoopers.
Episode Talking Points
* Why the Webers live their life like this.
* Who watches the dogs?
* Weekend trip tips.
* Erica’s advice for moms that would like to travel more with their family. She shares tips for budgeting, planning, etc.
* The two places Erica felt may not have been the best places to travel with kids.
* Her favorite travel sites that she uses all the time to help her plan trips.
* Money-saving tips for travel!
* Major differences when traveling abroad.
* Packing tips.
* Favorite destinations!
About the World Wide Webers
My name is Erica, and I’m the ring leader of this traveling circus, but if the cops ask I’ve never seen these people in my life #scoutshonor. I’m just a girl from Washington, D.C. who fell in love with a Florida boy on an epic Sunday Funday.
In what feels like a blink of a severely jetlagged eye, I became a mom of two miniature schnauzers, a “sassy” globetrotting girl (note the quotation marks) and a larger than life boy (unlike in a vehicle, the child in the picture is as large as it appears). We now live our lives parenting on the fly, traveling the world as part-time global citizens, and remaining always true to our lifelong passion of being full-time pooper scoopers.
To date, we’ve lived in 5 countries (#expatlife), visited 6 continents (you can’t escape me Antarctica!), experienced more cities and countries than I even knew existed when I was little (thanks to public primary school) and eaten my weight in amazing food (diet starts tomorrow?).
When people ask “Why have you been to over 60 countries with your kids?” or “Why do you move around more than Harrison Ford in The Fugitive?” my response is always “WHY NOT?!”
Welcome to The Worldwide Webers, I hope you find the information to be similar to me, a mix of mildly entertaining and sometimes useful.
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