Program 648: Becoming a Digital Nomad; Window Seat; Spirit of the Grand Canyon
Release Date: 08-14-2021
Get tips on becoming a "digital nomad" from an American who relocated to the Republic of Georgia. Then consider ideas for taking a deeper look at the US as a geologist shares advice on making the most of the view from your next domestic flight, and an Arizona novelist describes how the overwhelming beauty of the Grand Canyon inspires her writing.
- Mike Swigunski, author of "Global Career: How to Work Anywhere and Travel Forever" (self-published)
- Geologist James S. Jackson, instructor at Portland State University, and co-author of “America From the Air” (Houghton Mifflin)
- Margaret Erhart, Grand Canyon guide and novelist, author of “The Butterflies of Grand Canyon” (Plume)
- Mike Swigunski shares his tips for working from other countries in his self-published book "Global Career: How to Work Anywhere and Travel Forever."
- James Jackson is co-author of "America from the Air: A Guide to the Landscape Along Your Route."
- While teaching at Portland State University, Jim Jackson posted resources for educators to use from his landscape air guide in "America from the Air."
- Margaret Erhart is author of "The Butterflies of Grand Canyon."
- The website for Grand Canyon National Park.
More with Mike Swigunski - Digital nomad Mike Swigunski offers advice about wifi encryption when you're online in other countries. (runs 1:44)
More with Margaret Erhart - Margaret Erhart tells Rick about the perspectives she gets on Grand Canyon from the students she teaches on the Navajo and Hopi Indian reservations. (runs 1:33)