Ep 35 | Sojourner White: Content Creator & Traveling Scholar

Meet Sojourner White – world traveler, content creator and international social work graduate student. Her blog, Sojournies, offers resources and tips on on balancing travel with work and/or school, and explores personal topics like traveling while Black. Sojourner shares about the international experience that sparked her passion for travel, how she landed a Fulbright Scholar Assistantship and worked abroad, and her unusual graduate degree track. She also shares why travel has helped her identify more deeply with her name. Read More…

Ep 34 | Samantha Nelson: Freedom through a Year of Family Travel

Meet Samantha Nelson – mom, wife, traveler and writer. In 2014, she and her husband embarked on a year of travel with their two young children, a journey that changed their lives for the better. They now help other families travel through their blog, Those Crazy Nelsons. Samantha talks about what sparked her love of travel, her experience being stuck in a draining job, and how she finally created a life centered around family and travel. She also shares what the challenges were, and why they were worth it. Read More…

Ep 33 | Phoebe Howlett: From Chronic Illness to World Travel

Meet Phoebe Howlett, a solo traveler from the U.K. who at age 21 was diagnosed with two chronic illnesses. After thinking she could never travel or work again, Phoebe managed to find her way back to wellness. She is now on a mission to travel to every country in the world, and is currently at 66 countries and counting. Phoebe shares details about her journey into chronic illness, how travel has become a part of her recovery, and the importance of self care while on the road. Read More…

Ep 32 | Cristabel Soady: Crossing 13 Borders to Start a Life Abroad

I talk with Cris Soady, a linguist who was born in El Salvador but grew up in the United States. In 2014, she and her husband left the US to start a life in Latin America, driving across 13 borders before settling in Argentina. They opened a successful restaurant in Buenos Aires, and Cris has found a creative way to bring in additional income. She shares why her family came to the US, how she and her husband made their travel dreams a reality, and many more inspiring adventures and insights. Read More…

Ep 31 | Summer Slevin: Traveling the United States National Parks

I sit down with Summer Slevin who is traveling and living in a van for two years, visiting every national park in the United States. She’s also the host of the Nat Park Stories podcast. She shares why and how she embarked on her journey, what life in a van is like, great stories about the parks and people she’s met along the way and so much more. Read More…

Ep 30 | Nadeen White: Making Travel a Priority with a Full-Time Medical Career

I talk with Nadeen White, a blogger by day and physician by night who manages to throw travel into the mix. She shares how she makes travel a priority, where she finds great deals for local and international adventures, and offers tips for anyone interested in adding more travel to their life. Read More…

Ep 29 | Mickela Mallozzi: Traveling the World One Dance at a Time

I’m very honored to sit down with Mickela Mallozi, Emmy Award-winning host of the PBS travel and dance series Bare Feet. She shares her amazing journey from unknown dancer to successful TV host, what travel means to her, and what to expect from the upcoming third season of Bare Feet. Read More…

Ep 28 | Reyna Walters-Morgan: Eliminating Barriers to Travel

I interview Reyna Walters-Morgan, traveler, attorney and podcaster with 34 countries (and counting) under her belt. As producer and host of the Travel Quips Podcast, she explores the latest in travel trends, opinions, etiquette and advice. Reyna shares why she started traveling, the life-changing event that sparked her love of travel, and her goal of helping eliminate travel barriers for others. Read More…