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Who Wear There by the Travel Brats
The Unforgettable Travels to Kick Off The New Year

Who Wear There by the Travel Brats

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 11:49


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Feeding Curiosity
Magi Zavalova on Becoming a Digital Nomad, Solo Travel and Costa Rica

Feeding Curiosity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 44:55


In this conversation, I am joined by Magi Zavalova. Magi is an avid traveler, photographer, and, more recently, digital nomad. As travel opened up this year and through conversations with like-minded travelers on the app Clubhouse, the idea of becoming a digital nomad began to take shape. One of the silver linings of the last year is that the world is more accepting of such a hybrid lifestyle. We cover Magi's most recent adventure of a month-long solo backpacking trip to Costa Rica! You can follow along with Magi's adventures on her Instagram @heradventurestory Show Notes: (00:00) Leave room for flexibility (01:04) Intro (02:22) Why is Costa Rica Important (03:43) Longest Solo Trip (07:55) Staying in Hostels (10:24) Adjusting to privacy difference (12:17) How much of the country did you see? (15:09) Wildlife (17:26) Working Remote (18:48) Selina Hostels (20:53) Digital Nomad (23:32) Travel Tips and Tricks (25:17) Solo Travel Tips (26:55) Open space (27:58) Planning for the trip (31:27) What led up to this solo trip (36:18) Perspective shifts and daily routines? (38:11) Caribbean Side and made them feel more unique (41:28) Advice to new travelers? For more content checkout: Podcast - https://feedingcuriosity.net/podcast Blogs - https://feedingcuriosity.net/blog Blueprints - https://feedingcuriosity.net/blueprints --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/feedingcuriosity/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/feedingcuriosity/support

Zero To Travel Podcast
How To Create A Life Of Travel By Being Open w/ Joe Esten

Zero To Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 63:36


What does it mean to create a life of travel?  This episode dives into the story of loyal listener and world traveler Joe Esten, whose journey started when he traveled to Namibia for the Peace Corps in 2015. What Joe didn't realize at the time was how his experiences were helping him manifest his future travels, working for Norwegian Cruise Lines and teaching English in China. If you want to know how being open to unexpected opportunities and new experiences will help you become a travel Swiss Army knife, then you don't want to miss this episode.   Do you have any tricks for transitioning back into stationary life after a stint of long-term travel? I'd love to more about them and hope you will share by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing)  One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else  Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer!  All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is sponsored by Expedia's new podcast,  Out Travel The System, subscribe today to get tips, tricks, inspiration, and information to help plan your next trip. Today's episode is also sponsored by the amazing folks over at Wildly Goods which helps to keep me (and my feet) ridiculously comfortable and blister-free through all seasons. Tune In To Learn: 13:30 What it's like to experience reverse culture shock 17:20 Why coming home after traveling is like opening a time capsule 19:40 Cultural takeaways from living in China over the past 2 years 22:00 The key to having authentic cultural exchanges when abroad  24:00 Joe's inspiration to create a life of travel & why it started as a secret 30:40 Lessons from living & teaching Namibia for nearly 2 years 37:00 How traveling changes your outlook on life 38:50 The transition from the Peace Corps to a cruise ship 42:20 How Joe went from working on a cruise ship to teaching in China 46:50 What's unsettling about Joe's next chapter 52:00 Why flexibility pays off when you create a life of travel And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport Out Travel The System &  Wildly Goods- Today's Sponsors Reach out to Joe via email at josephesten@gmail.com or connect on LinkedIn Find everything you need to know about working on a cruise ship or yacht Location Indie Want More? World Towning: 5 Years of Full-Time Travel  Joys of Solo Travel w/ Manjinder Kang Bending Time For Travel

Into the Woods with Holly Worton
438 Jenny Mowbray ~ Solo Travel + Adventure When You're in a Relationship

Into the Woods with Holly Worton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 44:02


I'm excited to introduce this week's guest, Jenny Mowbray. We recently met on Instagram, and when I clicked through to her blog and read some of the articles, I knew I wanted to have her on the show. I've been wanting to talk about this topic for ages, but I didn't just want to provide my own perspective. Jenny has some great tips for people in a committed relationship who want to travel solo. Whether you're already an experienced solo traveler or you're curious about how to get started, you'll get something out of this episode. I hope that with this conversation, we've planted some seeds in people's minds about how they can travel solo—even if they're in a relationship.   About Jenny Mowbray Jenny is a passionate advocate of embarking on solo travel adventures when in a relationship. Having traveled solo when she was single, she was surprised by the curious reaction she received from family and friends when she continued to enjoy solo trips after she met her partner. Such was her fascination that she has begun to write about the topic on her blog Orchids to Olives. Jenny believes wholeheartedly that after overcoming the initial barriers that the idea of solo travel sometimes presents, it holds many benefits on both a personal and relationship level and can deepen the connection with ourselves and our loved ones.   Website Instagram Pinterest Facebook   Listen To This Episode        What You'll Learn How solo travel benefits us on a personal level How solo travel can actually help our relationship Common fears that people who are in a committed relationship have about solo travel The misunderstandings that can arise when one partner wants to travel solo How to work through any fears and challenges around solo travel when in a relationship How to alleviate your partner's anxiety when you're away How to handle communication with your partner when you're traveling solo Jenny's top tips for people in relationships who want to travel solo but are afraid to approach the topic   Things We Discussed Anais Nïn quote: “Where the myth fails, human love begins. Then we love a human being, not our dream, but a human being with flaws.” Yes, I'm travelling solo AND I'm in a committed relationship! Solo Travel in a Relationship: what's it like for the partner who is left behind? Travelling solo as an Introvert (and why we're great at it!)   Related Episodes 430 Sue-Ann Hickey ~ Adventures in Solo Cycling Tours 414 Rebecca Walsh ~ Solo Hiking for Women 383 Anne Malambo ~ How Solo Travel Can Change Our Lives (now with downloadable transcript!) 374 Holly Worton ~ How Outdoors Adventures + Travel Help With Digital Detox (now with downloadable transcript!) 367 Holly Worton ~ Finding Yourself Through Solo Travel and Outdoor Adventures (now with downloadable transcript!)   Connect With Holly Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn   How to Subscribe Click here to subscribe via iTunes Click here to subscribe via RSS Click here to subscribe via Stitcher   Help Spread the Word If you enjoyed this episode, please head on over to iTunes and kindly leave us a rating and a review! You can also subscribe, so you'll never miss an episode.

Life Matters - Separate stories podcast
Talkback — solo travel adventures

Life Matters - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 44:21


Travel is top of mind for many of us right now, with summer holidays upon us. Whether you stick closer to home or venture far and wide, have you ever thought about travelling by yourself? What are the things you need to think about before you take that leap?

Breaking the Ice
Solo Travel, Picking Your Battles and Life in Russia with Hilary Miele

Breaking the Ice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 68:43


Hilary Miele, wife of Andy Miele, who plays in Nizhny Novgorod in the KHL, joins me on the podcast today! In this episode we dive into: -Long Distance: Hilary & Andy met in college and she had little to no idea where hockey would take them! She shares about her experience with long distance and how she wound up leaving her career to be with him -We talk about Russia and she shares a few funny stories. Hilary and her daughter were apart from Andy for four months while they were waiting on their Russian visas. -Solo Travel- Hilary loves to travel and she loves going on trips with her daughter to experience the adventures that this hockey life has to offer. -Not losing your sense of self while following your partner -We also talk about one year contracts and how it can be stressful when you are always waiting on the next opportunity. Before the pandemic hit, they signed a two year deal in Arizona in the AHL, but with the unknowns of COVID, they made a family decision to head overseas.   This episode was so fun to record. We had a lot of laughs and I guarantee you will feel like you are sitting down with two friends.   Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/breakingtheice Follow Hilary on Instagram: www.instagram.com/hilarymiele 

Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck
89. Travelling The World As A Widow - An Interview With Laura Leanne

Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 57:11


My guest this week on the podcast is Laura Leanne, vlogger, world-traveller, widow, and entrepreneur. She joins me this week to talk about the loss of her husband James and how it's impacted her life. We chat about: ~ PTSD and how to handle anxiety ~ How to overcome the fear of travelling alone ~ How and where to spread loved one's ashes ~ How starting her Instagram @adventuresafteryou75 has helped her heal ~ Her YouTube Channel content: grief and travel ~ Her new business, Rings of Loved Ones, bracelets to hold your spouse's wedding ring. You can find them on Etsy! I loved this conversation and find Laura to be such an inspiration!  Check out her YouTube Channel: Laura Leanne Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312036956454927 Check us out on YouTube, Widow 180: The Channel: Here's our latest video on getting through the holidays: https://youtu.be/g1CSJhdtnMs Speaking of holidays! You can download my new book, The Widow's Holiday Guidebook: 45 Days Of Self-Reflection, Self-Compassion, And Self-Care at www.widow180.com/books    

Alpaca My Bags
S4 Ep75: Creating a New Normal Through Solo Travel

Alpaca My Bags

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 50:26


Solo travel can make a massive impact on your sense of confidence and independence. Lots of women travel solo for this reason, and they span across all ages and backgrounds. In fact, according to a 2020 report, 47% of travelers with Overseas Adventure Travel are registered as ‘solo' - and 85% of these solo travelers are women. In this episode, we chat with Charlotte Simpson, aka Traveling Black Widow. After losing her husband of 31 years, she decided to begin traveling solo so that she could start building a new normal for herself, and see the world.  GUEST: Charlotte Simpson SUPPORT US ON PATREON for as little as $5 a month! LINKS & RESOURCES OVER 85% OF SOLO TRAVELERS ARE WOMEN- ADVENTURE TRAVEL REPORTS THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR, WORLD NOMADS! Inspiration, opportunities and travel insurance to help you fuel your curiosity, find your journey and travel bravely. @worldnomads Check out www.worldnomads.com. Benefits limits, conditions and exclusions apply. Be sure to read your policy wording. HOW TO SUPPORT US: Alpaca My Bags is the podcast that is creating a platform for discussing travel through a critical lens and responsible travel. If you're a fan of the podcast, don't forget to subscribe, rate and review Alpaca My Bags! SUPPORT US ON PATREON for as little as $5 a month. ALSO, we're looking for more info on what you like and dislike about the podcast, and how you found us! If you have one minute today, please fill out this quick survey for us! Follow us on social media @alpacamybagspod. CREDITS Written and Hosted by: Erin Hynes Producer: Kattie Laur Music from Motion Array Logo by Christopher McCluskey

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
5 ways to keep your solo travel within budget feat. Garima Pande

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 32:42


This week on #TheHabitCoach, Ashdin Doctor continues the conversation with Garima Pande, Co-founder at WanderingJane where they discuss 5 ways to keep your solo travel within budget. Ashdin and Garima talk about how to find interesting experiences and offbeat destinations for solo travel. Further, they discuss how to plan and prioritize your solo travel journey and how to find the local contact to understand any place and share some travel essentials for any solo journey. All this and much more!You can know more about Wanderingjane: ( https://wanderingjane.com/ ) Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/wanderingjane )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/janelovestowander/ )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/wanderingjane/ )Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/wanderwithjane )You can follow Garima on social media:Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/garimapande/ )You can listen to The Habit Coach Kannada Podcast here: ( https://ivm.today/3j0Libf )Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat Below: ( https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38 )Check out the Awesome180 website: ( http://awesome180.com/ ) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/ )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

Locales Unknown
Exploring Chile with Francisca Arancibia Duran

Locales Unknown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 66:57


In this episode, Francisca starts us off with an overview of Chile's various regions, climates and local cultures. While Patagonia garners a lot of attention for its spectacular scenery, fjords and trekking opportunities, the Atacama desert, central Chile and Easter Island are all covered and prospective itineraries are proposed for travelers with different time frames. We also discuss budgets, food and wine options, accommodations and the best way to travel between sights. Get ready to take a trip to the end of the world to discover a hidden corner of South America. Helpful Links:Explore the Torres del Paine CircuitExplore Viña del MarVisit SantiagoExplore Bahia InglesaFun Fact: Chile is home to the 2nd largest swimming pool in the world, San Alfonso del Mar

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor
5 good habits to start your solo travel journey Feat. Garima Pande

The Habit Coach with Ashdin Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:24


This week on #TheHabitCoach, Ashdin Doctor is joined by Garima Pande, Co-founder - WanderingJane where they discuss 5 good habits to start your solo travel journey. Ashdin and Garima start the discussion with how she got into solo traveling, the difference between commercial tourism vs local travel, why people should develop travel as a hobby and shares her ideology about female solo travel in India. Further, they even chat about how to plan out our first solo journey, how it changes our behaviour towards life and busts various travel myths. All this and much more!You can know more about Wanderingjane: ( https://wanderingjane.com/ ) Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/wanderingjane )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/janelovestowander/ )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/wanderingjane )Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/wanderwithjane )You can follow Garima on social media:Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/garimapande/ )You can listen to The Habit Coach Kannada Podcast here: ( https://ivm.today/3j0Libf )Send questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat Below: ( https://forms.gle/13vgf4MAk7zYKBd38 )Check out the Awesome180 website: ( http://awesome180.com/ ) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/Ashdindoc )Linkedin: ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashdin-doctor/ )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/ashdindoc/ )Facebook: ( https://www.facebook.com/ashdin.doc.9 )You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

Tourist in your Town
Chicago Day 2

Tourist in your Town

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 16:56


In this episode, I talk about my second day in Chicago. You'll hear about my trip to the Museum of Contemporary Art and Navy Pier. I'll also tell you about some great food!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/touristintown)

Zero To Travel Podcast
How To Overcome Personal Struggles Through Travel w/ Michael Lavers

Zero To Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 58:35


Have you ever looked back in gratitude at what was once a painful experience? This week's guest, Michael Lavers, knows a thing or two about how sometimes overwhelming struggles can lead to unexpected growth. Now an English Teacher, Podcaster, and world traveler, Michael was once so shy he spent most of his first solo trip to a foreign country in his hotel room and at Starbucks.  If you want to better understand the mindset that can help overcome any life struggle then you won't want to miss this episode. Michael shares all about how keeping an open mind, setting goals, and using the past as a learning tool helped him blossom into a confident traveler and entrepreneur.  How do you plan on using travel as a tool for future personal growth?  I'd love to hear more about your goals and hope you will share more by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get:  Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing)  One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer!  All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is sponsored by Expedia's new podcast, Out Travel The System, subscribe today to get tips, tricks, inspiration, and information to help plan your next trip. This episode is also brought to you by Better Help, visit their website today to get 10% off your first month of services.  Tune In To Learn: 10:40 Why Michael's first solo trip didn't turn out as he expected 15:30 What it's like to work at a crematorium 21:00 Lessons from a seemingly failed adventure 23:30 How shyness manifested throughout Michael's life 25:40 When travel fueled a turning point to building confidence 31:20 The best advice for overcoming personal struggles when traveling  37:10 What it's like to teach English as a free agent  40:00 Logistics behind supporting yourself financially by teaching English while traveling  42:20 What's next for Michael Lavers 44:30 Advice on minimalism from a minimalist And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport Out Travel The System & Better Help - Today's Sponsors Check out Michael's website English With Michael Listen to the Level  Up English Podcast Check out LighterPack Location Indie Want More? Joys of Solo Travel w/ Manjinder Kang Shamans, Solo Travel and a Healing Path How A Pilgrimage Can Transform Your Life w/ Paul Barach

Badass Digital Nomads
My Favorite Countries In the World

Badass Digital Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 25:28


Kristin shares her favorite places in the world in 15 categories! Learn what Kristin's favorite places are to travel to and why (out of 60+ countries visited).  Support #TEAMSEAS: Help Mr. Beast remove 30 million pounds of trash from the ocean by January 1, 2022. For ever $1 donated, one pound of trash will be removed. If every listener of Badass Digital Nomads donates $1, we can clean 15,000-20,000 pounds of trash in a month! Go to TeamSeas.org to donate now. Strength in numbers - we got this! Treat yourself or someone you love for the holidays: Get 10% off any Nordace backpack or travel accessories here.  EPISODE 134 FAVORITE COUNTRIES TIMESTAMPS: The world's most beautiful places and tourist destinations are full of trash [00:40] How to help clean trash out of the ocean by donating to TeamSeas [1:30] Get 10% off Nordace travel bags and accessories [4:10]  Eco-Friendly Travel podcast episode [2:32] Happy Thanksgiving! We are thankful for you. ❤️ [5:06] Next week's episode of Badass Digital Nomads is about living in Costa Rica - interview with the founder of CRSurf.com [5:30]   Kristin's Favorites Places in the World [6:12] Budget Travel/Low Cost of Living [6:50] Quality of Life [7:38] Adventure [9:05] Love & Romance [10:25]  Community/Meeting People [11:36] Best for Foodies [13:15] Best for Nature [14:57] Luxury Destinations [16:04]  Historical Sites [17:57] Favorite Surf Spot [19:21] Beaches & Relaxation [20:15]  Nicest Local People [20:55] Best for Solo Travel [22:17] Party Destinations [22:59] Bluest Water in the World [23:51] RESOURCES: Donate to TeamSeas 10% off Nordace bags and travel products  SafetyWing Travel Insurance Free Wise Online Bank Account RELATED VIDEOS: My Favorite Countries In the World Most Underrated Countries Nordace Backpack Review World War II Museum in Norway Best Places To Travel Playlist Living in Japan Living in Norway Living in Croatia The Truth About Full-Time Solo Travel   RELATED PODCASTS:  Most Underrated Countries Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Travel Expat Life in Costa Rica (Coming Soon) Best Cities for Digital Nomads What I Love About Living Abroad Norway Digital Nomad Lifestyle Best Places I've Traveled Vagabonding with Rolf Potts ........................................................................................... Connect with Kristin:  Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube  Subscribe to Digital Nomad TV on YouTube Follow on Medium Follow on Clubhouse @KristinWilson Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group ........................................................................................... Support the Badass Digital Nomads Podcast: Buy Me a Coffee Become a Patron Leave a 5* Review Buy Official Merch  PayPal Tip Jar ........................................................................................... A special thank you to Kristin's 2021 Patrons: Teklordz, Walt, Shawn, Richard Y, Heather, Karen, Kiran, Scott, Michael J, Issac, Mike M, Yasmine, Erick M, Yohji, Gary R , Ron, Gary, Ray, Henry L, Kelly, Alejandra, Keith, Stephen, Warren, James, Daniel, Gary B, Emily, Rich, Aisha, Phil, Anthony, Jennifer, Kathleen, Natalie, Dave B, Brian, Christopher, CJ, David G, Mike R, Chip, Shelly, Ron, Paul, Andy, Jeffrey, Paulo, Stephen, and Michelle.  Special welcome to our newest Patrons from October 2021: Jeffrey, Paulo, Stephen, and Michelle! ❤️ Become a Patron for $5/month at Patreon.com/travelingwithkristin ........................................................................................... Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links of products and services we use and recommend at no additional cost to you.   

Maybe Swearing Helps
S3 Episode 7: Solo Travel

Maybe Swearing Helps

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 9:37


YOLO! Nah we are not talking about YOLO, although it is a good motto to live by! We my friends will be talking SOLO this week and I don't mean the red cup kind of Solo! Settle in as we discuss why I love SOLO Travel so much and why the north shore is my healing place --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maybeswearinghelps/support

Locales Unknown
Exploring France with Delphine Persyn

Locales Unknown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 57:27


In this episode we start by introducing Delphine and her shared hitchhiking experience with Chris in New Zealand. We transition in to Delphine's passion for nature and wedding photography and how she pairs her company, Nature Films, with traveling as a way of life. Her travels around Asia and other parts of the world serve as a guide for aspiring digital nomads. We round out the episode by discussing sites around France and some of its gastronomic and viticultural offerings as well as other hidden gems. Delphine's website : https://www.nature-films-photography.com/Delphine's Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/nature_films_photography/ 

The Ex-Philes: Break-ups, Broken Hearts and Moving On

We've talked about going on a solo date night— how about solo travel? This episode features travel blogger Kelly (Instagram @kellyannexplores) whose story of living as an expat, beginning solo travel after divorce to solo road-tripping across America has us fired up to start exploring again! We talk about: Kelly's first solo trip right before filing for divorce How solo travel can be a tool for healing Safety tips for traveling alone How to work up to solo travel Building confidence after a breakup We mentioned some resources in the show, including Helene In Between, One Girl Wandering and Rick Steves' Audio App. PLUS - a very special giveaway opportunity for YOU, our beloved listeners. We want to celebrate a great 2021 as a podcast with you. We are holding our first listener giveaway to thank you for the support and do something fun to show how thrilled we are with our community. We are doing so by giving away high-end products from: Illuminate Space Womanizer Fossil Fuel Collective Want 15% off your first Fossil Fuel Collective order? Use code FuelUp15 at checkout. We want to party with YOU. Head to our Instagram @Exphilespodcast to get the juicy details. And if you'd like to join our online community, find us on Facebook at Breakups, Broken Hearts, and Moving On. We want to know you and for you to know us! Love Ex-Philes? Please help others find it by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts. ____________________________________________________________________________ The Ex-Philes is an inclusive space for all adults who are looking to heal their hearts and have happy relationships. We believe that love is love and that there are a wide variety of different types of relationships and that all are valid. We recognize each individual's right to self-identify. As podcast hosts, we are dedicated to making this a safe space for all and strive to portray that in our content. We welcome feedback around our efforts and thank you for being a part of the community.

Indagare Global Conversations
Maggie Shipstead, author of Great Circle and Astonish Me: Wandering Heart

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 44:03


Author Maggie Shipstead talks with Melissa about some of her most memorable travel adventures, why she is drawn to “windswept wastelands,” the importance of protecting wild places, solo travel, going remote, the destinations on her wish list (from Central Asia to Africa), life lessons learned from being a wanderer at heart and more.

The Thought Card
Planning Your First Solo Backpacking Trip and Best Places For Solo Female Travel With Gemma Thompson

The Thought Card

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 41:13


Gemma Thompson hosts A Girl's Guide To Travelling Alone, a top travel podcast dedicated to solo female travelers. Growing up in Durham, in the North-East of England, Gemma did not have a lot of experience traveling before booking her first solo backpacking trip. In 2002, she quit her job, gave up her apartment, and left her boyfriend to travel independently. She went on to spend three months backpacking across South East Asia and Australia.  In this episode, Gemma Thompson shares how to plan your first solo backpacking trip and the most important lessons learned. She also shares tips for female solo travelers, first-time female solo travel destinations, and how her travel style has changed now that she's expanded her family. In the extended interview, Gemma shares some of her favorite day trips from London. Get access to our archive of bonus podcast episodes by joining The Thought Card Club, a private podcast feed for supporters.  Want to support The Thought Card Podcast?  Consider leaving a rating and/or a review on Apple Podcasts sharing your honest feedback. You can also support the show by buying me a coffee.  Link to episode: https://podcast.thoughtcard.com/solo-backpacking-trip-gemma-thompson/ 

Not The Wifey Type: The Podcast
S3E5 | Taking the Fear Out of Female Solo Travel w/ Yaa Birago

Not The Wifey Type: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 41:00


I sat down with the co-founder of Femmebnb, Yaa Birago, to discuss our experiences as Black women solo travelers. She shares what she's done to overcome challenges and how she wants to make solo travel safer and easier for other women.  To stay up to date on the travel memoir and other forthcoming projects, sign up for the email list here: notthewifeytype.com/links

You are a Lawyer Podcast
Michelle Words - Expat Professor and Lawyer

You are a Lawyer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 33:46


If you ever daydreamed about leaving your job, grabbing your passport, and moving to a new country, Michelle Words believes you should and will help you prepare to do so.  Michelle Words lives an organic life; she believes that you make plans, plans change, you work with those new plans and see what happens. Michelle Words is an avid international traveler, business law professor, expat, and podcast host. Yet, Michelle did not embrace the thrills of travelling until she was in graduate school. Michelle obtained a Master's degree from Clark Atlanta University, where Michelle studied finance. Then life happened and Michelle decided to attend law school.After law school and working as an associate vice president of Bank of America, Michelle decided that she wanted to truly embrace life and get off the corporate “hamster wheel.” A Mediterranean cruise sparked Michelle's interest in international travel; an appreciation that led Michelle to visit more than 60 countries. Although Michelle encourages international travel, Michelle encourages you to learn as much as you can about the culture, customs, and best practices before your plane leaves the States. Michelle has spent the last seven years living in Qatar and Saudi Arabia, teaching business law, and sharing her career experiences with undergraduate and business students.  Michelle inadvertently discovered that she truly enjoys teaching and using her work experiences as examples in the classroom. Michelle Words is also the podcast host of Flippin' The Script! In each podcast episode, Michelle speaks with mature women about how they change their lives (e.g. their scripts) and encourages women to seek change, instead of settling for what is expected.  Flippin' The Script is available on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music and you may find more information at flippinthescript.com.Michelle Words is licensed in Wisconsin.  Connect with Michelle Words on LinkedIn and Instragram @flippinthescriptpodcast.Follow the You Are A Lawyer podcast on Twitter @YouAreA_Lawyer, Instagram @youarealawyer, Clubhouse @youarealawyer, and on LinkedIn.  Follow the podcast host, Kyla Denanyoh, on Instagram @mrsdenanyoh. This episode is sponsored by the Law Office of Vernon P. Thomas.

Since Y’all Don’t Read
The Synergy of Self-Love & Motivation

Since Y’all Don’t Read

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 32:37


Everyone has their feelings about social media but I can say that it has created a community of beautiful, carefree black women that I can lean into for inspiration. This episode is a product of that community and I am delighted to share space with LaDonna. My internet best fren and Sag sis came through with so many gems about loving yourself first and her experiences with solo travel. Find her on Instagram at @ladonna_ladonna.Literature Mentioned:The Alchemist x Paulo CoelhoSacred Woman x Queen AfuaSince Y'all Don't Read is on Instagram at @sinceyalldontreadCatch up on Mia Shantel's blog at miashantel.comEditing Credit: David Whitty-EnglandMusic Credit: UrbanGodzilla

Truth for your twenties
Traveling in your 20‘s (the simple guide)

Truth for your twenties

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 42:52


Gennean is a Nashville-based digital content creator passionate about purpose-filled travel, simple living, and keeping it real. She shares about life, travel, and faith on social media and her podcast, Wild Hearts with Gennean. After getting out of debt and spending 2 years solo traveling the world, she created The Simple Guide to (Solo) Travel, launched a growing series of digital travel guides, and now consults as a travel planner, helping others live out their wildest travel dreams. Todays sponsor Eat to Evolove Use promo code Bulmer20 to save 20% at checkout! LINKS we mention in today's episode https://www.instagram.com/gennean/  https://www.gennean.com/travel FREE travel guide: https://www.gennean.com/guide 

Australia Wide
"It just totally floored us": Amid a national housing crisis, a cancer patient faces homelessness in her country town

Australia Wide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 30:00


Janice Williams and her husband's rental has been sold and the pensioners now must compete in a ruthless market.

Travel, Pray, Slay
All About Solo Travel

Travel, Pray, Slay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 24:46


It is so good to be back with you after my six-week break. During those six weeks, I traveled to Jamaica and then just needed some extra time to rest and recharge. I hope you enjoyed the past few weeks and some of our favorite throwback episodes. I am excited for more solo and guest interviews coming your way soon. Today I want to talk about solo travel. This has been a highly requested topic so I wanted to do this episode for everyone that has reservations about solo travel, are thinking about solo travel, or maybe you got back from a solo travel trip and are thinking that you got this all wrong. Solo travel is a hot topic because not everyone is going to be down for the trip and the budget that you may have. In this episode, I am going to give you some tips on why you should do it and how to make the most of it. Check out the full shownotes here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/travelprayslay/support

Badass Digital Nomads
What It's Like to Work Online and Travel with Remote Year

Badass Digital Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 48:22


Feeling exhausted and uninspired at work? Maybe it's time for you to take a one-week, one-month, or one-year work-travel "workcation!" Sam Pessin is the Co-Founder and CEO of Remote Year, a community-based work and travel company on a mission to help online professionals live and work from 30+ countries around the globe. Having grown up as a global citizen, traveling the world with his parents, Sam knows a thing or two about the power of experiencing new cultures and stepping outside your comfort zone. In Episode 129 of Badass Digital Nomads, Kristin and Sam talk about everything Remote Year has to offer, from week-long retreats helping you recover from work-related burnout to year-long remote work and travel programs. You'll gain insight into how Remote Year chooses the best locations for digital nomads, Sam's favorite travel destinations around the world, and how he stays productive while running an international online business. As Sam so wisely says, “People who are in more inspiring locations and enjoying their day-to-day life and weekends… will be more productive at work.” Whether you're interested in a 1-week, 1-month, or 1-year remote work-travel program, Remote Year has options for you. Tune in to find out which experience is right for you! Get a $100 marketplace credit when you join Remote Year through Badass Digital Nomads. (Note: You must use this link and fill out a referral form upon arrival to qualify for the credit.)   EPISODE 129 TOPICS DISCUSSED: Remote Year Retreats: Escape work life for a week with their workless travel programs. [1:52] The inspiration behind Remote Year. [6:24] What it's like to grow up in several different countries. [12:07] Common concerns and hesitations people have when considering a remote work and travel lifestyle. [17:13] How to get approval from your boss to work while traveling & How Remote Year can help. [19:13] Use corporate retreats as a way for your company to reconnect, build culture, and build strategies with your employees. [22:28] How Remote Year chooses ideal travel destinations for remote workers. [30:39] Cities and countries you can travel to with Remote Year. [33:11] Combatting the expat bubble + the power of getting out of your comfort zone with other digital nomads. [33:57] The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Remote Year and other travel companies. [40:59] Tips for staying organized, focused, and productive as an online business owner. [46:32]   QUESTIONS ANSWERED: What is Remote Year? [1:00] What's a typical day in the life on a retreat compared to a work program? [5:05] What countries have you lived in and how has that changed your global perspective and your lifestyle? [10:31/12:07] What is your earliest travel memory? [13:30] What types of people sign up for Remote Year programs? [15:47] Do coworkers, friends, or families often travel together in groups? [22:28] How do you get reliable internet and data connectivity abroad? [25:27] Do you work with locals of the countries you travel to? [38:41] And much more!   LIGHTNING ROUND:  Favorite country for remote working. Favorite country for rest and relaxation. Most underrated destination. Tips for staying focused, organized, and productive while traveling.  Favorite notes and productivity apps.    RESOURCES Get a $100 Remote Year marketplace travel voucher when you join Remote Year through Badass Digital Nomads. (Note: You must use this link and fill out a referral form upon arrival to qualify for the credit.) ► Start your first side hustle with online freelancing: Use code QUITYOURJOB for $100 off Kristin's online course, Freelance to Freedom.  Related Videos: How I See the US After Living Abroad for 15 Years [CULTURE SHOCK]  How to Get Paid $10k to Work From Home Digital Nomad Visas EXPLAINED: The Best (and Worst) Remote Work and Travel Permits   Related Podcasts: How to Travel the World Full-Time with Remote Year Founder, Greg Caplan Quitting Your Job to Start an Online Business with Mitko from That Remote Life How to Make Money Blogging on Medium with Tom Kuegler   Productivity Apps: Evernote Slack Things WorkFlowy   Sam's Favorite Travel Destinations Sharm El Sheikh, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt Croatia Spain Ljubljana, Slovenia   Connect with Sam & Remote Year: Visit Remote Year's Website (Mention Badass Digital Nomads for a free $100 travel voucher.) Follow Remote Year on Instagram Connect with Sam on LinkedIn   Connect with Kristin:  Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube  Subscribe to Digital Nomad TV on YouTube Follow on Medium Follow on Clubhouse @KristinWilson Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group Search All Podcast Episodes on www.badassdigitalnomads.com ........................................................................................... Special thank you this week to Dave Bowman who bought us 3 coffees! Support the Badass Digital Nomads Podcast: Buy Me a Coffee Become a Patron Leave a 5* Review Buy Official Merch  PayPal Tip Jar ........................................................................................... Thank you to our Traveling with Kristin/Badass Digital Nomads 2021 Patrons: Teklordz, Walt, Shawn, Richard Y, RZ, Craig S, Colin, Heather, Karen, Kiran, Scott, Michael and Annie, Issac, Mike M, Yasmine, Erick M, Yohji, Gary R , Ron, Gary, Ray, Henry L, Kelly, Alejandra, Keith, Stephen, Henry M, Warren, James, Daniel, Javier, Gary B, Emily, Rich, Aisha, Phil, Anthony, Anna, Jennifer, Kathleen, Natalie, Dave, Brian, Christopher, CJ, David, Mike, Kathleen, and Chip. Special welcome to our newest Patrons from September/October 2021: Shelly, Paul, Ron, and Andy  ❤️ Become a Patron for $5/month at Patreon.com/travelingwithkristin ........................................................................................... Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links of products and services we use and recommend at no additional cost to you. 

Wild Hearts with Gennean
Everything You Need to Know About Travel Right Now

Wild Hearts with Gennean

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 55:35


In this episode, Gennean and her friend Whitney Haldeman are diving deep into all things travel. As both a travel advisor and an expat living in London, Whitney's sharing about her experience both moving abroad and traveling over the last year, predictions for the future of the travel industry, and plenty of advice for those wanting to travel the world now, next year, and beyond!Follow Whitney — @blondeatlas | blondeatlas.comCovac Travel Insurance///Follow Gennean — @genneanTravel Guides: gennean.com/shopWelcome to the #wildheartsclub! Join Gennean and her wild-hearted friends every two weeks for conversations around real, relevant topics that will encourage you to step into a more full and abundant life.

Bít Tất
Bít Tất Đi #62: Du lịch một mình - Trần Đặng Đăng Khoa

Bít Tất

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 36:56


Du lịch một mình đang dần trở thành “chân ái” của giới trẻ khắp nơi trên thế giới. Có đến 6,8 triệu kết quả khi tìm kiếm từ khoá “Solo Travel” trên Instagram, và 1 nghiên cứu do Outbox Consulting và Traveloka thực hiện gần đây chỉ ra rằng có đến 19,8% người Việt lựa chọn đi du lịch một mình.Đã bao giờ bạn tự hỏi du lịch một mình đem lại những giá trị gì để có thể tạo nên sức hút lớn đến vậy chưa? Hãy lắng nghe chia sẻ của khách mời Trần Đặng Đăng Khoa, phượt thủ nổi tiếng với hành trình lái xe máy 1111 cây số từ Việt Nam đến Paris cùng Victoria, Head of Brand Experience và Trà My, Trưởng văn phòng Hà Nội của Vietcetera trong tập Bít Tất Đi này nhé.

Soul of Travel
Solo Travel with Valerie Wilson the Trusted Travel Girl

Soul of Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 60:29


Have you ever dreamed of setting off around the globe on your own, but weren't sure where to start? Christine speaks with Valerie Wilson, Trusted Travel Girl, about her first solo travel experiences.   You'll hear what it is like to be a full-time traveler and how Valerie feels that solo travel has changed her.  Gain an understanding of why she prefers to "travel like a local," and the magic that comes from the authentic connection to a destination.  Christine and Valerie also break down a few tips to "build your solo-travel muscles" and take your first solo trip.Valerie is a self-proclaimed experience junkie with no comfort zone,  she continues to scare her parents with her worldwide adventures. Valerie has been featured on BBC World News, CNN, Forbes, HuffPost, Fox News, and more.Find Valerie on Social!IG & FB: @trustedtravelgirlTwitter: trustravelgirlTo travel with Valerie, learn about her upcoming content creator course, or learn more about Trusted Travel girl, visit her page here.Learn more about Lotus Sojourns and ways to be a part of the community here.Find Lotus Sojourns on Facebook, or join the Lotus Sojourns Collective, our FB community for like-hearted women.Follow us on Instagram: @lotussojourns or @souloftravelpodcastCredits. Christine Winebrenner Irick (Host, creator, editor.) Valerie Wilson, Trusted Travel Girl (Guest). Original music by Clark Adams. Editing and production by Christine Winebrenner Irick.

Finding Direction
Episode 182: Jordan Tarver: Creating Your Vision and Not Settling For Less

Finding Direction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 43:19


Jordan Tarver is an editor at Forbes and is the author of the book ‘You Deserve This Sh!t'. In this episode, we talk about: How Jordan's solo trip to Europe taught him how to live his life Why a solo trip may be what you need How to start a side project and turn it into a full-time career   @jordantarver jordantarver.com

Alonement
Kate Wills: Divorce, Solo Travel & New Beginnings

Alonement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 43:49


Divorcing your husband, travelling the world alone, getting back together with an ex & having a baby might sound like a lot to go through in a year, but this week's guest, journalist, columnist & author Kate Wills, did it all. In this episode, we discuss her first book, A Trip of One's Own, a solo travel memoir written on the other side of the pandemic about Kate's divorce in her early thirties after less than a year of marriage, the travels she took in the aftermath to escape and find her feet again, and her fairly major life changes since (moving in with her partner and having a baby in lockdown). Kate writes beautifully about her life and love of solo travel – and her book was amazing for escapism during lockdown!. A quote from this podcast that particularly resonated with me: 'On a solo adventure, you welcome it all: the good and the bad. In everyday life, it's so easy to avoid your feelings – with distractions, with your phone – but when you're solo travelling, that's actually how you get the really rich and meaningful experiences: when things go wrong and when you end up really outside your comfort zone.'In this episode, we also cover:What Kate learnt from getting divorced in her early thirtiesWhy solo travel changes when you're newly singleThe myth of the ‘perfect life timeline'How Kate & her partner Guy schedule in their alonementThe unique loneliness of early parenthoodIntrigued? Have a listen!Homework:Kate Wills' book, A Trip of One's Own, is available to buy now.My book, Alonement: How To Be Alone and Absolutely Own It, is also out now from Amazon, Waterstones and all good bookshops. Social links:Twitter:* @ChezSpecter*@katewillsInstagram: @alonementofficial*@ChezSpecter*@katewillswrites*Contact: press@alonement.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Amp It Up
How Her Own Transformation Has Allowed Her to Give Solo Travelers Unforgettable Experiences with Ashley Mandell

Amp It Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 47:06


Make sure to Enroll in Amp up Your Personal Brand here!! Current client, Ashley Mandell shares her journey of transformation in the last year. Ashley is an entrepreneur and traveler who combined her passions to create her dream career. Her mission is to help women feel empowered and go against the “supposed tos”and change their lives in the best way possible; through solo travel and incredible experiences. Her best advice? Take the risk, and do what it takes to find yourself and stay present. Three Things You Will Learn This Episode  How working with Dana has allowed Ashley to find clarity, the courage to pivot in her career and be true to herself through her passions creating a unique travel experience for women. How taking care of yourself will help you reconnect and build an authentic brand. How the I AM experience that  Ashley has created is for women who are ready to leave their comfort zone and are ready to dive right into life. With a built in 24/7 friend and concierge in Ashley,  it may be exactly what YOU need. Timestamps  [02:17] In order to grow a successful business you need a strong personal brand. [02:41] No one is going to hire you unless they get to know you, the person behind the brand. [02:49] What is your STAR quality? [03:11] That program starts next week. [03:23] You can register over on my link in the show notes. [03:29]If you join the group program and want to continue working with me in AMPire..  [4:48] This came out of a passion of hers and she was able to create this dream career. [6:55] When I saw you on stories, I felt like I was watching a friend. [7:55] I was in my mid thirties and single, still am..  [11:38] It was scary, it was a risk, and lots of moments listening to Brene Brown thinking about vulnerability.. [18:46] Travel has always been a passion of mine but how could I possibly do this? [19:22] Tell us about the I AM experience. [20:55]People will gain so much in one week versus six months of coaching with me. [26:57] If I could jump away for a week I would do it in a heartbeat. [27:22] The nice thing about this trip is it can be anything you want it to be. [28:31] It's so cool to see the transformation of Ashley 3 Key takeaways We lose ourselves and it's so important to be able to reconnect with ourselves through life changing experiences. When Ashley started talking about her journey and experiences, she realized she wanted to share that with people. She decided to create an experience in Costa Rica to help females take the risk, and leave their comfort zones. “Solo Travel helps you learn that you don't need validation.” You learn so many new things from culture to intuition and the ability to trust your true self. If life isn't scaring you, you aren't living. Ashley took risks to invest in herself and her business and her transformation is ongoing. Anything can happen and it's important to do what makes you happy at the current moment and release yourself from the negative inner self talk. Links Connect with Ashley Mandell: Instagram  | Website Connect with Dana Bowling: Instagram | Website 

She is Affirmed Podcast

I am safe the universe protects me. I am open to new adventures. I am on the right path. Traveling brings me happiness. My supply of money is infinite, it comes to me in unexpected ways. I am grateful for this journey. I allow myself to fully experience each moment. I am not alone. I'm going to meet people who will help guide me through this adventure. I am free to explore the world at my own pace.   Remember, if you never go you'll never know. Speak these solo travel affirmations throughout your day to help guide you in your journey. xoxo , Sarah V _______________________________________ Support the Podcast https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sheisaffirmed https://sheisaffirmed.bigcartel.com ________________________________________ Socials - Follow me! Instagram: Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/sheisaffirmed/ Personal: https://www.instagram.com/sheissarahv Twitter: https://twitter.com/sheisaffirmed Youtube: https://youtu.be/nba5GzONfc8  

Inspired by HERstory
Releasing Emotional Baggage Through Solo Travel with Catherine Smith

Inspired by HERstory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 78:12


Today on Inspired by HERstory is Catherine Smith. Catherine is a travel writer with a special interest in budget-friendly, quirky, and off-the-beaten-path travel. She works for USA Today's 10Best.com and has been featured on Nerd Wallet, Forbes and You Oughta Know but her passion is HerBagsWerePacked.com where her focus is on helping women release emotional baggage through solo travel. During this episode, Catherine talks more about: How she started getting out of her comfort zone by checking things off her bucketlist Her experience with solo traveling And how she started a website helping women release emotional baggage through solo travel FOLLOW HER JOURNEY Website: www.Herbagswerepacked.com Facebook: Facebook.com/herbagswerepacked Instagram: Instagram.com/herbagswerepacked Twitter: Twitter.com/bagswerepacked FOLLOW MY JOURNEY: Instagram Brand Photography: https://www.instagram.com/kaitlyncassocreations/ Travel Photography: https://www.instagram.com/kaitlyncasso/ Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/inspiredbyherstory/ Website https://www.kaitlyncasso.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kaitlyn-casso/support

Wild Hearts with Gennean
Thoughts on Social Media Breaks, Solo Retreats, and Rest

Wild Hearts with Gennean

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 32:10


In this solo episode, I'm sharing some key lessons I learned about rest this summer. From going on my first ever solo retreat to taking a month off social media, I'll be diving deep into what it can look like to lean into rest, how to be intentional in connecting with your people, and why choosing to get away and reset your priorities could be the best thing for your mental, emotional, and spiritual health.///Get $25 off at Getaway!Follow Gennean: @genneanTravel Guides: gennean.com/shop

A Poor Girls Guide To A Rich Life with Ali May Ward
Ep#120 Solo Travel Safety Tips And Tricks.

A Poor Girls Guide To A Rich Life with Ali May Ward

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 21:55


I am off to Mexico on a one way ticket solo soon and I wanted to share some tips for you around travelling solo safely. These came in from my amazing Insta followers as well as a few of my own. Hope you enjoy! Happy Travels Xx Ali

Courting in Color
45. You Vs. You Representative

Courting in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 73:09


On this week's episode, Chatrice and Luis discuss being REALly in our relations. What does it mean to be your real self in relationships? Since the last episode, Luis has Florida travel adventures and went on their first triple date; meanwhile, Chatrice recently returned from DC and learned lessons for train travelling. For the main topic of bringing real selves into relaitonships , our hosts talk about when the real you shows up, self-sabotage, and Brené Brown's definition of vulnerability.Time Stamps0:20 - Hello and Welcome Back Courting Cuties1:56 - What have the hosts been up to since last time they recorded?10:05 - Anxiety of being fat while flying11:53 - New money14:25 - Pro Tip for Solo Travel via Train14:55 - Me moments for the hosts for the week17:44 - Heux/Dating Tip: when going on a double date, an activity breaks the ice because there is something to do and something to come back to 21:59 - Shout out for the culture: Nicole Sealey and #TheSealeyChallenge; Beyonce and her new Adidas x IVY PARK's collection; Rihanna is a billionaire; Fenty jockstraps are coming, maybe?; Dr. Kate newest accomplishment26:51 - Main Topic: Are we bringing our most real selves in our relationships? Do I want my partner to bring their true? Do I know who I am as a potential partner?31:57 - What matters most in dating? 33:44 - “The person you are in a relationship with shouldn't be your everything”35:13 - Point of episode, hosts examining themselves as opposed to the people they are dating35:24 - Essence Article by Danielle Pointdujour35:45 - “At some point the real you has to come out and all the little things you've been trying to hide need to come out of the closet, so you can be accepted for who you truly are –the good, the bad and the awkward.” - Danielle Pointdujour36:38 - Generally speaking, when do you feel like the real you comes up or shows up?37:11 - Luis speaks about how being in a relationship has been about understanding who they are along who they are with this person38:48 - Loveprojectlove.com: “With the guy she fancied, she felt the need to perform and impress him, as there's more at stake. This could be the one she could marry one day, so she needed to be on best behaviour, right?”41:20 - Having someone show you intimacy in another ways; learning what hill Luis wants to die on; 41:40 - Luis is asking what are blocks are they developing to self sabotage this relationship42:00 - Mental shift: when you find someone good, it is weird to accept this44:03 - Naming of being scared of having someone who is committed to relationships45:19 - Dating someone who's relationship green light is on: things are going to move48:36 - Societal oppression: impacts sense of self for hosts as people of color49:34 - Hard to let someone see all the bagge50:00 - Brene Brown's definition of vulnerability: “There is no intimacy without vulnerability.” “The definition of vulnerability is uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. But vulnerability is not weakness.”53:31 - Chatrice asking about the presence of her Blackness in a new relationship 55:15 - Luis asks, as a person in a interrelationship relationship with a white person, how much labor should they do or want to do to educate about all things race?56:27 - Luis coins a new term: race reminders58:54 - Is there a moment or time where the hosts wish they were vulnerable or wish they were more vulnerable?59:35 - Luis talks about navigating dating and the world as a non-cisgender man1:04:20 - Hosts reminding themselves to take it one day at a time1:04:41 - Nip it in the bud if we are sending in our representive1:04:47 - Chatrice discussing body image and bringing it up to someone else, because then they are thinking about it 1:06:45 - Brene Brown talking about waiting for the other shoe to drop1:10:04 - Chatrice takeaway: try to be the person you admire someone for being especially in terms of vulnerability 1:11:11 - Luis' last thoughts: emotional exposure is so real, the hosts honor yours and their journey1:11:41 - Luis says, “I am deserving of love, giving love and receiving love, and i cannot be my own block in doing so” 1:13:09 - End of episodeLinks“Your Representative Should Not Be Dating, But You Should” by Danielle Pointdujour (via Essence.com)“Who do you bring with you on a date? Yourself or a representative?” (via LoveProjectLove.com)Website: courtingincolor.com / Email: CourtNColor@gmail.com / Instagram: @CourtNColorDon't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

Badass Digital Nomads
8 Things That Happen When You Travel Full-Time

Badass Digital Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 34:36


Being a full-time traveler isn't always as blissful as dancing in the streets of Havana, Cuba with a mojito in each hand or sitting on a sunny mountaintop in Norway. Of course, traveling allows us to experience euphoric moments like these, but it also brings about obstacles and difficult moments that challenge us along the way. In Episode 121 of Badass Digital Nomads, Kristin highlights 8 things that happen when you become a full-time digital nomad and 4 powerful pieces of advice that will help you overcome those challenges so you can have the best travel experience possible. Despite the uncertainty that comes with the digital nomad lifestyle, this podcast was created to be a valuable resource for you so that you know what to expect from full-time solo travel.  With this insight, you can go out into the world as a prepared and confident nomad!    “That which you seek to live well is found everywhere.” - Seneca   EPISODE 121 TOPICS DISCUSSED: How you can feel the highs and the lows of travel at the same time - the polarity of life [2:35] Why you sometimes have to go through hard times and challenges to get to the best parts of life [4:01] Your personal bucket list is as unique as your DNA, but that doesn't mean you have to do everything alone without guidance or support [5:01] A friend's personal struggle with being a long-term traveler (tension between moving around and remaining still/grounded). [6:13] Philosphers were talking about the pros and cons of wanderlust 2,000 years ago [10:26] Viewer and listener reactions, comments, and advice on this topic of the challenges of full-time travel [11:45]  What to do if you're a traveler who misses having pets or plants. [13:42] Welcome to Kristin's newest Patreon Patrons and everyone who has bought coffees [16:10] Kristin is relaunching her second YouTube channel - Digital Nomad TV! Subscribe at YouTube.com/DigitalNomad [17:24] Sustaining a full-time traveler lifestyle & how Cal Newport's theory of slow productivity relates to "slow travel." [18:22] 8 Things That Happen When You Travel Full-Time: Start of the segment [20:47] Challenge #1: The nightmare of full-time travel logistics. [21:29] Challenge #2: Lack of sleep and energy management leads to exhaustion. [22:08] Challenge #3: Why it's difficult to establish a daily routine. [22:47] Challenge #4: The effects of loneliness as a full-time traveler. [23:49] Challenge #5: Dating for digital nomads. [24:32] Challenge #6: Experiencing major FOMO (fear of missing out) as a full-time traveler. [25:03] Challenge #7: Minimalist travel & Missing your old hobbies. [26:07] Challenge #8: Travel burnout, Anthony Bourdain, and Why humans aren't built for modern full-time travel. [27:15]   TOP TRAVEL TIPS: How to Prevent and Overcome Challenges [29:02] #1 - Find your “why”. [29:10] #2 - Remember that travel won't solve your problems! [29:44] #3 - Indulge in slow travel or take a break. [30:36] #4 - Connect with friends, family, and community. [31:00] Why you should travel despite the challenges. [31:54] Conclusion and resources + thanks to Sophie from UK for the 5-Star podcast review! [33:00] Support the Badass Digital Nomads Podcast: Buy Me a Coffee Become a Patron Leave a 5* Review Buy Official Merch   RESOURCES ► Open a Wise Borderless Account with Wise (formerly Transferwise)  ► Travel Medical Insurance with SafetyWing ► Interested in learning how to make money online with freelancing? Use code QUITYOURJOB for $100 off Kristin's online course, Freelance to Freedom.  ► Check out Kristin's Podcast Equipment on Amazon.   Books:  Deep Work by Cal Newport So Good They Can't Ignore You by Cal Newport Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport A World Without Email by Cal Newport Videos: Watch this podcast on YouTube Top 10 Best Things About Living Abroad (my opinion) Things I Dislike About Living Abroad After 20 Years in 60 Countries The Downside of Being a Digital Nomad Articles: Dating as a Digital Nomad Daily Stoic on Wanderlust and Long-Term Travel How to Avoid Remote Work Burnout Top 15 Online Communities for Digital Nomads Podcasts: What I Love About Living Abroad What I Hate About Living Abroad Deep Questions with Cal Newport Inside the Real Bangkok, Thailand with Erick Prince, The Minority Nomad (Part 1) Need Help With Relocation? Orbis Relocation Services House/Pet/Plant Sitting Services: Trusted Housesitters   Connect with Kristin:  Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube  Subscribe to Digital Nomad TV on YouTube Follow on Medium Follow on Clubhouse @KristinWilson Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group Search All Podcast Episodes on www.badassdigitalnomads.com ........................................................................................... A special thank you to my 2021 Patrons: Teklordz, Walt, Shawn, Richard Y, RZ, Craig S, Colin, Heather, Karen, Kiran, Scott, Michael and Annie, Issac, Mike M, Yasmine, Erick M, Yohji, Gary R ,Ron, Gary, Ray, Henry L, Kelly, Alejandra, Keith, Stephen, Henry M, Warren, James, Daniel, Javier, Gary B, Emily, Rich, Aisha, Phil, Anthony, Anna, Jennifer, Kathleen, and Natalie. Special welcome to my newest Patrons from August 2021: Dave, Brian, Christopher, CJ, and David! Become a Patron for $5/month at Patreon.com/travelingwithkristin ........................................................................................... Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links of products and services we use and recommend at no additional cost to you.   

Courting in Color
45. You vs. Your Representative

Courting in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 73:09


On this week's episode, Chatrice and Luis discuss being REALly in our relations. What does it mean to be your real self in relationships? Since the last episode, Luis has Florida travel adventures and went on their first triple date; meanwhile, Chatrice recently returned from DC and learned lessons for train travelling. For the main topic of bringing real selves into relaitonships , our hosts talk about when the real you shows up, self-sabotage, and Brené Brown's definition of vulnerability.Time Stamps0:20 - Hello and Welcome Back Courting Cuties1:56 - What have the hosts been up to since last time they recorded?10:05 - Anxiety of being fat while flying11:53 - New money14:25 - Pro Tip for Solo Travel via Train14:55 - Me moments for the hosts for the week17:44 - Heux/Dating Tip: when going on a double date, an activity breaks the ice because there is something to do and something to come back to 21:59 - Shout out for the culture: Nicole Sealey and #TheSealeyChallenge; Beyonce and her new Adidas x IVY PARK's collection; Rihanna is a billionaire; Fenty jockstraps are coming, maybe?; Dr. Kate newest accomplishment26:51 - Main Topic: Are we bringing our most real selves in our relationships? Do I want my partner to bring their true? Do I know who I am as a potential partner?31:57 - What matters most in dating? 33:44 - “The person you are in a relationship with shouldn't be your everything”35:13 - Point of episode, hosts examining themselves as opposed to the people they are dating35:24 - Essence Article by Danielle Pointdujour35:45 - “At some point the real you has to come out and all the little things you've been trying to hide need to come out of the closet, so you can be accepted for who you truly are –the good, the bad and the awkward.” - Danielle Pointdujour36:38 - Generally speaking, when do you feel like the real you comes up or shows up?37:11 - Luis speaks about how being in a relationship has been about understanding who they are along who they are with this person38:48 - Loveprojectlove.com: “With the guy she fancied, she felt the need to perform and impress him, as there's more at stake. This could be the one she could marry one day, so she needed to be on best behaviour, right?”41:20 - Having someone show you intimacy in another ways; learning what hill Luis wants to die on; 41:40 - Luis is asking what are blocks are they developing to self sabotage this relationship42:00 - Mental shift: when you find someone good, it is weird to accept this44:03 - Naming of being scared of having someone who is committed to relationships45:19 - Dating someone who's relationship green light is on: things are going to move48:36 - Societal oppression: impacts sense of self for hosts as people of color49:34 - Hard to let someone see all the bagge50:00 - Brene Brown's definition of vulnerability: “There is no intimacy without vulnerability.” “The definition of vulnerability is uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure. But vulnerability is not weakness.”53:31 - Chatrice asking about the presence of her Blackness in a new relationship 55:15 - Luis asks, as a person in a interrelationship relationship with a white person, how much labor should they do or want to do to educate about all things race?56:27 - Luis coins a new term: race reminders58:54 - Is there a moment or time where the hosts wish they were vulnerable or wish they were more vulnerable?59:35 - Luis talks about navigating dating and the world as a non-cisgender man1:04:20 - Hosts reminding themselves to take it one day at a time1:04:41 - Nip it in the bud if we are sending in our representive1:04:47 - Chatrice discussing body image and bringing it up to someone else, because then they are thinking about it 1:06:45 - Brene Brown talking about waiting for the other shoe to drop1:10:04 - Chatrice takeaway: try to be the person you admire someone for being especially in terms of vulnerability 1:11:11 - Luis' last thoughts: emotional exposure is so real, the hosts honor yours and their journey1:11:41 - Luis says, “I am deserving of love, giving love and receiving love, and i cannot be my own block in doing so” 1:13:09 - End of episodeLinks“Your Representative Should Not Be Dating, But You Should” by Danielle Pointdujour (via Essence.com)“Who do you bring with you on a date? Yourself or a representative?” (via LoveProjectLove.com)Website: courtingincolor.com / Email: CourtNColor@gmail.com / Instagram: @CourtNColorDon't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance
MTP29: Plus-size Travel with Blogger Jeff Jenkins of Chubby Diaries

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 55:25


Jeff Jenkins is an award-winning content creator and travel journalist, also Founder of Chubby Diaries and Co-founder of Black Travel Alliance, and has sat on The Points Guy Advisory Panel. He has created a community that encourages and motivates plus-size people to travel the world. Jeff is helping plus-size people and Black people feel represented in the travel industry. In this episode, we talk about his blog, Chubby Diaries, and his three pillars of inclusion including accessibility, comfort, and community. Jeff talks about how important it is to see people like himself traveling, in order to encourage other plus-size and Black people to feel welcome to explore the world. We discussed tips for plus-size folks when traveling, how to prepare for a trip, and how to feel comfortable in the outdoors! We even discussed what airlines will give plus-size folks a free extra seat, and some essentials like bringing your own seatbelt extenders, plus-size wet suits, and what outdoor brands have plus-size backpacks. Most importantly, Jeff talks to people “where they are right now,” as most of the content on the internet is focused on weight loss, rather than how bigger people should feel comfortable traveling now! Jeff has been featured in several notable publications such as Forbes, New York Times, Washington Post, Google, Travel Noire, Essence, Travel + Leisure, Lonely Planet, Texas Monthly, Outdoor Retailers, and The Point Guy. He helps people travel the world no matter their size through community, branded content, and motivational talks. You can expect 100% authenticity, transparency, and lots of fun. He has a skill of drawing out big dreams in people and every time you are around him you can expect to enjoy yourself! Jeff's enthusiastic personality, charisma, and contagious big smile makes him one of a kind! In this episode of The Millennial Travel Podcast I discuss with Jeff Jenkins:  Travel tips for plus-size people What destinations are doing a good job of being inclusive for plus-size travelers?  What are some challenges that black people face traveling? How can we be more sensitive?  Jeff's role with the Black Travel Alliance Financial literacy when it comes to traveling and people can invest in themselves  The Millennial Travel Podcast Rapid Fire Questions I ask Jeff Jenkins:  Favorite restaurant in the entire world?  Favorite country in the world? One thing you couldn't travel without? Listen to the full episode on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, or Youtube. You can find all the links and past show notes on millennialtravelpodcast.com Direct support for The Millennial Travel Podcast comes from The Millennial Travel Guidebook: Escape More, Spend Less, & Make Travel a Priority in Your Life. Looking for more great content? Check out The Ultimate Guide to Solo Travel.

Red Wine Talks by Damon Dominique
Being unf*ckwithable, Ms #SoloTravel, and the Dontcha Wish Your GF Was Hot Like Me concept

Red Wine Talks by Damon Dominique

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 51:18


Let's get real: how do you actually initiate conversations with someone you don't know? Why is it that when you throw an 'ayyyy' in the circle, Parisians will look at you like you just stepped on their shoe? But most importantly, which one of us succeeded to seduce Arnaud the sexy French firefighter? Guest: Cassy Martinez

ThemeParkHipster Show
Amazing Islands of Adventure Tips for Your Trip (Episode 86)

ThemeParkHipster Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 21:25


Do you need super easy Islands of Adventure tips for your first trip? Prepping for a trip to the Universal Orlando Resort shouldn't be hard, but I do know sometimes the small details that go into planning can get stressful at times. First off, the resort has 3 theme parks with another one opening in the future, plus multiple hotels to choose from and the famous CityWalk. I understand that with all those activities, you'll want to know easy tips for going to Islands of Adventure like a pro! That's what we'll be going over today. Read the full guide here: https://www.themeparkhipster.com/19-killer-islands-of-adventure-tips-for-first-timers/ WATCH NEXT: The BEST and WORST Time to Visit Universal Orlando Resort: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtdD8Xl2ToI Making a trip out to Islands of Adventure? Watch how to do it in ONE DAY now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Am5xVblzSek  Thinking about making a solo trip out to Universal? Get your own copy of the Solo Theme Park Traveler's Guide here: https://www.themeparkhipster.com/the-solo-theme-park-travelers-guide/ Get your Islands of Adventure Tickets here: https://www.themeparkhipster.com/universalorlandoparktickets (affiliate link which means I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you) Enjoy! NikkyJ

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance
MTP28: Travel with Meaning with Mike Schibel of the Travel with Meaning Podcast

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 51:51


Mike Schibel was born and raised in Pacific Palisades, California, and was exposed to stunning travel destinations from my crib!  When he was five, his Grandparents gushed about a recent trip to Egypt and after seeing those Pyramids, he knew I had to travel!   As a Junior at the University of Arizona, Mike was ready for something new.  He spent a semester abroad in London, exploring Europe, Scandinavia, and North Africa. Mike stepped way outside my comfort zone and tried new things.   All roads led back to LA and the Entertainment industry post-college. For a decade, he rose the ranks as an agent and talent manager.  Which of course led to the search for a deeper meaning in my life. In 2010 Schibel bought a one-way ticket to Australia.  Without a plan, he spent a year on the road, meeting interesting people, seeing incredible places, and having memorable inspiring conversations.  Mike's passion for traveling, storytelling, and community building led me to launch, “Travel With Meaning” in 2017. He created “Travel Talk Live” to bring travelers together to recreate the feelings he experienced on the road, build an authentic community to inspire and encourage others to travel.   In the Spring of 2019, Mike launched the “Travel With Meaning” Podcast to continue to grow our community. [Insert Soundcloud embed link] In this episode of The Millennial Travel Podcast I discuss with Mike Schibel:  How did Mike get started with travel?  Has Mike ever tried to make others happy in other to find his own fulfillment?  Tell us about his experience at Cafe Gratitude in San Francisco.  How does Mike try to work gratitude into his life?  How can we be more “pura vida” in our life and live a more grateful life?  How can we be as present at home as we when we are traveling?  How did Mike start the Travel with Meaning Podcast?   The Millennial Travel Podcast Rapid Fire Questions I ask Mike Schibel:  If Mike could go anywhere for a life-changing retreat where would it be? Peru!  If he could have one person on the Travel with Meaning podcast who would it be? Mike's top place to have a meaningful conversation The country that has made the most impact on Mike  Listen to the full episode on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, or Youtube. You can find all the links and past show notes on millennialtravelpodcast.com Direct support for The Millennial Travel Podcast comes from The Millennial Travel Guidebook: Escape More, Spend Less, & Make Travel a Priority in Your Life. Looking for more great content? Check out The Ultimate Guide to Solo Travel.

ThemeParkHipster Show
FULL Disney and Universal Solo Trip Report with Manon (Episode 85)

ThemeParkHipster Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 43:29


Are you planning to take a solo trip to Disney, but you have your doubts on how viable the idea is? Today you are in for a treat. Manon took a solo trip to Disney, and she shares with us everything we need to know. Listen to another Solo Theme Park Traveler's story here: https://www.themeparkhipster.com/solo-disney-trip-report-case-study-1/ WATCH NEXT: Why I Travel Solo to Disney and Why You Should Too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aw_OJLXLdI WATCH How to Go to Universal Alone here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvvlnUY0SIo  Thinking about making a solo trip out to Disney or Universal? Get your own copy of the Solo Theme Park Traveler's Guide here: https://www.themeparkhipster.com/the-solo-theme-park-travelers-guide/ Enjoy! NikkyJ

What The Flight Radio
#9 5 Reasons Why You Should Solo Travel

What The Flight Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 50:47


In today's episode I am talking about 5 reasons why you should solo travel! If you were ever curious about traveling solo, or needed that extra confidence boost to plan your first solo trip, this episode is for you. The episode also includes some life updates along with our Aviation Lingo and Aviation News segments! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! What The Flight Radio is a podcast for Inflight Crew, Frequent Flyers, and anyone that gives a *DING* About Aviation! Stay connected with me below! ✈ What The Flight Radio | @wtflightradio YouTube | http://bit.ly/WTFlightRadio Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/wtflightradio/ TikTok| https://www.tiktok.com/@wtflightradio Twitter | https://twitter.com/wtflightradio Submit any episode ideas or suggestions to: radio@livingbythefword.com

Women Who Travel
Answering Your Questions About Passport Renewal, Solo Travel, and More

Women Who Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 26:23


While travel may be the most open that it's been for Americans since the pandemic began, it comes with a lot of complications—from major passport renewal and Global Entry application delays to newly developed travel anxieties. To help you explore in the safest and most prepared way possible, we're answering your burning travel questions in this week's episode of Women Who Travel. Alongside Traveler's senior editor for transportation and travel news, Jessica Puckett, and city guides editor, Shannon McMahon, we'll cover everything from travel insurance and underrated U.S. cities for solo travelers to how to talk to your family about prioritizing your own travels.  Stories mentioned this episode: "Travel Insurance Companies Add Permanent Pandemic Coverage," https://www.cntraveler.com/story/travel-insurance-companies-add-permanent-pandemic-coverage "Everything You Need to Know About Cancel For Any Reason Travel Insurance," https://www.cntraveler.com/story/cancel-for-any-reason-travel-insurance "What to Know If Your Passport Is Expiring," https://www.cntraveler.com/story/us-passport-renewal-during-covid "How to Manage Travel Anxiety in a Crowded Airport," https://www.cntraveler.com/story/how-to-manage-travel-anxiety-in-a-crowded-airport Read a full transcription of the episode and find more stories here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/answering-your-questions-about-passport-renewal-solo-travel-and-more-women-who-travel-podcast Follow Jessica: @jesspuck Follow Shannon: @shanmcmahon Follow Meredith: @ohheytheremere Follow Lale: @lalehannah Follow Women Who Travel: @womenwhotravel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Disney Travel for All
Episode 034: Best Walt Disney World Resorts to Stay Solo - Part 2

Disney Travel for All

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 64:01


Subscribe and listen to this episode on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, GooglePlay, or iHeartRadio! Have you considered a solo vacation to Walt Disney World? Or maybe you've stayed solo at Walt Disney World and are looking for a different resort than your last stay. Today, I review each deluxe Disney resorts and the deluxe villas / Disney Vacation resorts at Walt Disney World. Plus, I share my top 5 picks for where to stay solo at Walt Disney World for all resort categories. What topics would you like to hear us discuss this year? Do you have Disney travel questions? Our Facebook community has the answers! Join our conversations about our love of Disney travels.  Is there a topic you'd like us to discuss? Email Amanda at amanda@disneytravelforall.com.  Subscribe to this podcast so you will be the first to hear new episodes!  If you are enjoying the podcast, I'd greatly appreciate it if you could rate and review it on iTunes. The reviews help other people find this podcast.  We're having a lot of fun on Instagram! Follow Disney Travel for All to see the latest posts, stories, and IGTV.  Thank you so much for listening! Until next time, keep dreaming! Amanda

The Money Nerds
5TF – Solo Travel

The Money Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 5:09


If you've ever been interested in solo travel/adventures but are unsure of where to begin, or scared of the idea, this episode is for you! Enjoy! The post 5TF – Solo Travel appeared first on .

Hurdle
#HURDLEMOMENT: Everything You Need to Know About Solo Travel

Hurdle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 37:48


You asked, we're answering! Today I'm bringing in Jeannette Ceja, a travel journalist who has been to 60+ countries, to talk all about solo travel. What you need to know before you book, how you can be more safe on your journey, navigating eating alone (this seems to be a huge concern!), and so many other tips and tricks. SOCIAL @emilyabbate @jetsetwithjeanette @hurdlepodcast MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE #HURDLEMOMENT: How To Be Alone & Be OK With It OFFERS Beam | Go to BeamTLC.com and use code "HURDLE" at checkout for 15 percent off. Athletic Greens | Head over to athleticgreens.com/hurdle for a year's supply of vitamin D PLUS 5 travel packs for free with your first purchase. Get in on the journaling challenge by signing up for the Weekly Hurdle, here. JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP LEAVE ME A VOICE MESSAGE! Whether you just want to say hi or have a question you want to ask, I'd love to hear from you! Bonus: Your listener question could be answered in an upcoming episode of the show! P.S. No topics are off limits. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance
MTP27: Explore US National Parks and Find Your Zen with Under30Experiences Trip Leader Jill Johnson

Live Different Podcast: Business | Travel | Health | Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 30:27


Jill Johnson grew up in North Jersey and began camping with her parents before she could walk. After receiving her Master's in Special Education she moved to California and explored all it has to offer: deserts, sequoias, mountains, beaches, valleys, and SUNSETS.  Jill has since backpacked Central America and the Pacific Northwest along with various other national parks. If you don't find her in the forest she will likely be swimming in the ocean, stretched on a yoga mat, or snuggling with her own, or random strangers' dogs. She is always ready for the next adventure and her glass is always overflowing with plenty to share! You can find her all season as a Trip Leader on Under30Experiences US National Parks Camping and Hiking Trips. In this episode of The Millennial Travel Podcast I discuss with Jill Johnson:  Why does she love cows so much?!  How did she fall in love with the outdoors? What did her parents do with her growing up?  What does Jill pay attention to when she is spending time in nature? And what can people at home sense? What are some of Jill's favorite books related to the outdoors and nature?  How to leave the distractions of modern life behind when people are in nature?  How can people learn to appreciate nature more?  How did Jill get into yoga and meditation?  How can people bring the practice of yoga into their life, even if they don't have time to roll out their yoga mat? How unimportant we all are, but also how beautiful and grandiose we all are... When did Jill start traveling as a solo traveler? How Half Dome in Yosemite National Park changed Jill's life? Where did Jill do her yoga teacher training in Thailand?  The island was Koh Phangan of Koh Pha-Ngan and the retreat center was Samma Karuna What are Jill's travel plans for the summer?  Resources from Jill Johnson:  You Are Here by Thich Nhat Hanh  Wherever You Go There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben  Free Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course based on Jon Kabat-Zinn's work at MIT, Matt has taken Matt's episode with Joe K the Co-founder of Hurley and Billabong Follow Jill on Instagram @jilllovescows   Listen to the full episode on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, or Youtube. You can find all the links and past show notes on millennialtravelpodcast.com Direct support for The Millennial Travel Podcast comes from The Millennial Travel Guidebook: Escape More, Spend Less, & Make Travel a Priority in Your Life. Looking for more great content? Check out The Ultimate Guide to Solo Travel.