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In this episode, I’m interviewing Joe and Kait Russo from WereTheRussos.com.
Joe was working in advertising and product development and Kait was working in digital marketing and data analytics when they decided to hit the road in a class C motorhome in 2015. They originally planned to travel for one year, but within one month they fell in love with the lifestyle. They knew that they had to do whatever it took to keep living on the road.
Today, Joe and Kait have downsized to a campervan and have continued to travel across the US, documenting their travels on their blog, YouTube channel, and a brand new book called “Take Risks: One Couple’s Journey to Quit Their Jobs and Hit the Open Road”.
A few things we talk about in this episode:
- How the Russos don’t live “in” a van, but out of a van
- How they’ve went from 0 to a full-time income from creating content across multiple platforms
- How to diversify your income through a personal brand
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