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Phoebe Howlett - Portrait with Flowers

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…

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Summer Slevin of Nat Park Stories with her dog Rocky Road Trip

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…

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Erica Virvo with monkey in South Africa

Ep 26 | Erica Virvo: Five Years of International Travel & Adventure

Erica Virvo spent 5 years studying and working in obscure countries in the Middle East, Asia, the Caribbean, and Africa. She shares how she got started on a life of travel (even though she didn’t grow up traveling), how she managed to finance one incredible travel experience after another, how travel has changed her life, and lots of fun adventures. Read More…

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Ep 25 | Nubia Younge: Sharing Her Chronicles of Living Abroad

I talk with Nubia Younge, entrepreneur, mother and founder of the Chronicles Abroad podcast. Nubia was bit by the travel bug in 2011. She spent the next six years traveling to 35 countries, while a single mom, working full time and going to school part-time. In 2017 she decided to donate all of her belongings and go see the world…and now lives in Chiang Mai. Read More…

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Kristen Winn in Sa Pa, Vietnam

Ep 12 | Kristen Winn: Traveling the World for a Year

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.

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Ep 8 | Beth Santos: Creating a Wanderful Community for Women Travelers

Today’s conversation is with Beth Santos, the passionate and dynamic founder and CEO of Wanderful, a global network for women who travel. Wanderful is a collaborative and inclusive community of women of all ages and backgrounds, who help one another travel the world. Their offerings include a homesharing platform, local chapters in 28 cities, events and organized trips.

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Ep 6 | Rita Golden Gelman: Travel Lessons from a Nomadic Life

Today I’m interviewing Rita Golden Gelman – an extraordinary and delightful world traveler. Now 80 years old, she spent 30 years of her later life without a permanent residence. Author of the New York Times bestseller: Tales of a Female Nomad: Living at Large in the World, she has endless travel stories and lessons to share.

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Kelly Scott - International Pet Sitter

Ep 2 | Kelly Scott: International Pet Sitting from City to Sea

In today’s episode, I spend time talking to  International Pet Sitter Kelly Scott about how she has embarked on an adventure of a lifetime.  Only a year ago, she took the leap and quit her job, sold almost everything and headed out to travel the world, one pet sit at a time.  Kelly shares the ins and outs of booking pet sitting gigs in different countries, what the job entails, and how to address some of the challenges that come up.