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Ep. 15 – Home On The Road

Reconnect to nature with Idle Theory Van and Where’s My Office now as they explore Grasslands, Saskatchewan.

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Where’s My Office Now?

Corey, Emily and pup Penny Rose have been living a van life for the last 3 years in a 1987 VW Vanagon named Boscha. Redefining work. Following passions Where’s my Office Now? began as an experiment in January 2013. Corey and Emily were wondering, if it would it be possible to live an adventurous nomadic lifestyle while working remotely? What challenges and opportunities would arise? What would they learn and would it be worth it? And so they wandered, seeking simplicity, freedom and truth, and funding it through freelance web development work.

Idle Theory Bus

In November 2012, James and Rachel quit their jobs, gave away their stuff and moved into the Idle Theory Bus (AKA Sunshine for intimate.) Ever since they’ve been traveling the US full-time: working, playing and sometimes doing absolutely nothing under the wide sky. They left to escape their lifestyles at the time which seemed to them unfulfilling. Now instead of escaping, they’ve created a new lifestyle seeking balance and reconnecting with our awesome mother Earth.

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Ep. 5 – Paris Of The Prairies

From delicious farm-to-table restaurants to SUP boarding through the city, join hosts Ricky Forbes and Camille DG as they explore the best things to do in Saskatoon, SK.

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Where’s My Office Now?

Corey, Emily and pup Penny Rose have been living a van life for the last 3 years in a 1987 VW Vanagon named Boscha. Redefining work. Following passions Where’s my Office Now? began as an experiment in January 2013. Corey and Emily were wondering, if it would it be possible to live an adventurous nomadic lifestyle while working remotely? What challenges and opportunities would arise? What would they learn and would it be worth it? And so they wandered, seeking simplicity, freedom and truth, and funding it through freelance web development work.

Idle Theory Bus

In November 2012, James and Rachel quit their jobs, gave away their stuff and moved into the Idle Theory Bus (AKA Sunshine for intimate.) Ever since they’ve been traveling the US full-time: working, playing and sometimes doing absolutely nothing under the wide sky. They left to escape their lifestyles at the time which seemed to them unfulfilling. Now instead of escaping, they’ve created a new lifestyle seeking balance and reconnecting with our awesome mother Earth.

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