Podcast/YouTube Series

Sometimes we have to get lost for a while to live found and free. For many, the pandemic has shifted priorities, forcing us to choose change. In April of 2020 when the world was on lockdown, I checked in with old friends who are masters of reinvention and growth. Their heads and hearts push me to press on, live by my core values, never settle. Born from that first conversation and reflecting on my own expat adventure was this piece and a new podcast/YouTube series, Travel People: Living Authentic Lives, Finding Kindred Spirits, Fulfilling Dreams.

Here guests share how they and their part of the world are navigating the pandemic and how past challenges led them home to the people they were created to be. The literature teacher and writer in me asks them to describe their trajectories using Joseph Campbell’s stages of the hero’s journey as they followed their bliss. Each describes being called to a different life, crossing the threshold into a new world, meeting mentors, handling testing, and whether or not they find what they were seeking. They give insider tips on where and how to take timeouts in their beautiful backyards. They inspire and empower us to plan our next adventures… or next life.

YouTube

Talking Spain with Camino de Santiago Guide Monica Chantada
Talking Morocco with Aussie Expat Kate Woods of Morocco Bespoke
Talking France with Canadian Travel Writer and Blogger Janice Chung
Talking Oregon with Dr. Kim Roberts
Part 1 of 2 Episodes: Talking Thailand and 100 Other Countries with Travel Bloggers Kendra and David Lucas

Podcast

  1. S2 E4 Pt2 Talking Switzerland, Ireland, NOLA, Cali with Elaine & Scott Harris
  2. S2 E4 Pt1 Talking Food, Drink from Vegas to Switzerland with Journalists Elaine & Scott Harris
  3. S3 E3 Talking Amalfi Coast & Capri with Italian Tour Guide Rosa Candela
  4. S2 E 2: Talking Naples, Pompeii and Beyond with Archeologists and Guides Raffaele Romano and Riccardo Bilotto of GrandTourExperience.com
  5. S2 E1 Part 2: Talking Dubai and Beyond with International Teacher Amy Fairfield

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