Evie Farrell | Finding freedom

How she created a life and career of travel with her daughter

Evie Farrell is the founder of Mumpack Travel and Mumpack Trips.

Do you love the idea of packing up your life to go travelling? Just stepping off the daily treadmill and seeing where it takes you?

That’s exactly what Evie Farrell did back in 2016 and her travel buddy was her young daughter, Emmie.

As a solo mum, Evie had been struggling to balance her busy corporate career with spending enough time with Emmie and she decided an overseas adventure together was the answer.

But what was intended to be a year-long trip away, exploring Asia, has turned into a whole new way of living and working.

Gaining a huge following on her Instagram account Mumpack Travel, a raft of unexpected opportunities came her way.

And now Evie runs her own travel company called Mumpack Trips, providing fun and thoughtful travel experiences for women, and for mums and kids, in some of her favourite countries like Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia.

In this episode, Evie talks about how she created this life and career of travel for herself – and her best career change tips for other women. If you love to travel or are simply feeling the need for a different kind work life, you will love this conversation.

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