I talk with global career coach Nicolle Merrill about the twists and turns of her many international work and travel experiences. A self-proclaimed professional job hopper, she talks about how the stigma around fluid careers is disappearing as the way we work changes. Read More…
In episode 16 of the Globetrotter Lounge, traveling mama Iliah Grant-Altoro talks about how she has prioritized a life of travel for herself and three children. They have traveled to over 25 countries, and she chronicles her wandering lifestyle on her blog Negra Bohemian in hopes that other mothers will be inspired.
In Episode 12, artist, wine industry veteran and seasoned traveler Kristen Winn shares her inspiring story of a year spent traveling. Her epic solo journey took her to Iceland, Sweden, Norway (where she worked in an art cafe), Northern Italy, Istanbul (where she worked as a nanny), and Tasmania (where she worked at an eco lodge). She also went to Oman, southeast Asia and Australia. As we listen to her story, we hear about the resources she used to make her dream travel a reality, and discover that this type of adventure might be more within reach than we think.
Join me as I talk to poet, author and speaker Libby Wagner about how she’s developed a lifestyle that blurs the lines between work, personal life and travel. Formerly a tenured university professor who never traveled, Libby now has an unusual and creative career as a corporate “boardroom poet” and leadership coach. Her work and personal life now regularly include extensive travel, and she’s also able to enjoy extended stays in foreign countries, working wherever she lands.
In the first episode of the Globetrotter Lounge, Katharine Harvey – project manager and Seattle native – shares the multiple ways she’s been able to travel more. Extended trips have become her top travel strategy – with month long stays in France, Peru, Argentina and Belize. Her story includes pet sitting, house swapping and living in Mexico for a year. She shares tips and resources – and outlines how she was able to make travel and living abroad a priority.