Listen to the Interview
Hello, and welcome to The Remote Podcast Episode 2. This podcast is about location independence, digital nomadism, and living life on your terms.
Each week we interview a new guest and this week I sat down with Zoë Björnson, a Product Marketing Manager at about.me and a participant on Remote Year, a digital nomad community that travels to 12 countries in 12 months.
In this week’s episode, we talk about remote work and travel. We discuss how Zoë got involved in remote work, what life is like as a remote worker, and what qualities companies look for in a remote worker. We also talk about how travel fits into the remote lifestyle and discuss Zoë’s experiences on Remote Year. You won’t want to miss this: this is insider scoop on the popular Remote Year program.
Here are some follow-up links from the episode:
- Zoë’s personal website: about.me/kzoeb
- Zoë’s Medium publication, titled “Chronicles of a Zomad”
- The Medium article Zoë referenced, titled: “What it is like to be allergic to permanence”
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Special thanks to Zoë for joining me this week. Until next time!