On April the 21st, at 9am EST we went live with a Reddit IAmA. Some of you may know what this is. Most of you likely won’t. So, what is a Reddit IAmA? It is a new way to interview or ask people questions. Contributors from around the world participate in posting questions, leaving comments and contributing in various meaningful ways.
The same day we posted, Seann William Scott from American Pie went live on the IAmA as did director Brian Grazer (Arrested Development, 24, Empire and others), J. August Richards from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and a whole host of other entertaining people.
I am happy to announce that we were asked many great questions all day long. I answered questions from 9am until 2am the next morning. Hey, even Daddy Nomad has to sleep. Some questions even rolled in on the 22nd. Throughout this process, we were able to share our knowledge and experience in the Nomadic Lifestyle. We were quite happy that we could contribute and help others who were both intrigued and others who were considering embarking on a journey like ours.
If any of you have questions, head over to our Reddit IAmA Post. You can find it here – http://redd.it/33cldb. Take a look around and see if your question is listed. If not, feel free to post your question there and we’ll answer it. That way others with the same question can benefit as well. You need a Reddit account to post a question or comment. It is free and quick to do.
Finally, as a reminder, if you want our Free Resource Guide, which describes different tools and resources we use to do what we do, it is yours for the taking. You can simply click the Free Resource Guide link or go to any page and click on the yellow sticky note. You really can’t miss it. When you get our Free Resource Guide, you will also get a few other goodies that gives you insight as to things your should consider before you get started.
We are here to help other Nomads. This site was built as a journal for us and a resource for you. We welcome, comments, questions and connections. We love to connect with other Nomads. We look forward to seeing you on the road. Safe Travels.