Will and Jessica Sueiro left their 9-to-5 jobs in Boston behind, pulled their kids from school and set out on an adventure wandering the world but the first 6 months of their new lives turned into a living hell. Their first stop was Costa Rica and what they quickly learned is that there was no amount of planning that could have prepared them for the transition from normal life in the States to their new lives full of unstructured chaos wandering the world.
They kept pursuing their dream and didn’t let the minor setbacks force them to go back on their decision to live a bolder and fuller life. Fast-Forward a few years and they’ve just relived that first 6 months of chaos and frustration after their kids convinced them to buy an RV and for them to wander across Morocco.
“We do not learn from our mistakes but that has made all the difference in our journey.” Jessica Sueiro
In this episode the Sueiro’s share…
Pulling the kids from school without ever home-schooling them before.
Telling their friends but deciding to avoid naysayers by telling them that it was just for a year.
Battling the first 6 months of chaos in Costa Rica and why it was so difficult.
The mistakes that they made in the transition.
Balancing their new roles as Jessica’s income was now supporting the family.
Getting adjusted to home-schooling the kids.
Creating WorldTowning.com to help others transition into pursuing the road less traveled.
I would like to thank previous podcast guest Kim Dinan for introducing me to Will and Jessica. You can find Kim’s story of adventure travel re-shaped by an unexpected gift, a yellow envelope, on podcast episode #86.
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