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We are hanging out once again with my fellow ex-pat, podcaster, and good friend, BoTik Quest, and while last time we talked about the reasons to love living abroad, today we are getting into the not so “mac & cheese” parts of it. We are definitely getting super honest about the downsides, the struggles, and the realities of it but we are so happy to have made the leap years ago and encourage you to look into it if you are interested.
How do you speak to yourself? Is it encouraging or damaging? What action can you take to make it positive? I am beyond blessed to have spoken word poet Stephanie James from Just A Vessell Poetry joining me today. We are getting into why words matter, how your internal dialogue affects your entire wellbeing, how to make a living through your art, and settles life vs nomad life.
Today I am chatting with Annette and Daniel Fortner who sold everything, paid off $70k in debt, & are now traveling the world (yes even in COVID times).
Do you have a passion for film and a love for travel? Why not combine them with today’s guest, Rebecca Sharp from AlmostGinger.com, as we countdown her top 5 hidden gem film locations for travelers. We are getting into cinematic tourism, more reasons to spark that travel wanderlust, and why combining two passions together (passion mashin) can be amazingly fulfilling.
Are you suffering from the no-travel blues? Today I have come up with 5 cures for our travel pandemic blues and with the help of my amazing wife, Anne Dorthe, we are taking them on one by one.
Today we have Kathleen Sinclair who earned her master’s degree at 60-years-old, joined the Peace Corps at 63, and is now traveling the US in her trailer living the road life. Kathleen and I are getting into deep conversations with this episode and talking about the universal themes that permeate throughout time and are ageless, how to conquer limiting beliefs that may be keeping you stuck, and finding your purpose in life regardless of age.
My guest today is Brian Casel who is giving us the 101 on productized services and this is a great option for anyone who is wanting to create a location independent lifestyle so that you can travel the world without being tied to a desk. If you are looking for something that won’t require you to trade your 50 hours + work week for the same thing in a different place then now is the time to get familiar with the different business models out there that will allow you the freedoms you deserve.
What keeping an open mind can do for your life and relationships is one of the hot topics for today’s episode with Dylan Magaster who has lived quite a life including living out of his car, van, and now, on a boat. With only a $1000 in his pocket when he started out on the road he learned to enjoy the process, how chance encounters can guide your journey, why you should be putting yourself in positions to develop skills that can translate to other aspects of life, and how being enveloped in other cultures can help you construct your life. We are getting into it all so settle in, sit back, and relax as I chat with my friend, Dylan Magaster.
Today I have travel writing legend Joe Cummings as my guest and he wrote the very first Lonely Planet Guide book to Thailand back in the early ’80s and we will dive into what that was like plus we talk about what guide books have done to travel (the good, the bad, & the ugly), what the benefits are for getting off the beaten path, and he shares tons of stories that encompass his entire travel writing career including one with Mick Jagger. Do I need to pick up that name I just dropped?!
Today we are talking with Krishni Metivier who is a part of the love is not tourism movement which is fighting for the reunion of people who are separated from family and partners due to COVID-19. Krishni is here to talk about her experience and to show us that we all are capable of great change in the world even during some of the toughest times. We also dive into travel talk, her research for her Ph.D., the importance of ethnomusicology, and so much more!
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