I am so excited to talk with my guest, Queen Michele, on today’s episode because she is all about getting others to move abroad just like she did. Queen retired at the age of 52 and moved to Mexico as a single, middle-aged retiree, and began her journey of self-discovery with no end in sight. She now wakes up with a smile on her face and joy in her heart every single day!
Today’s episode has been sponsored by our friends at Sauv’s!
What would it be like to move to another country? What would you miss from your home country? How would you adjust to the differences of the new country? And when you go back home, what would that experience be like?
Jason and Trav dive deep into the great things and the challenges about living abroad, returning home, and experiencing culture shock and reverse culture shock. Is it a bad thing? A good thing? Listen in and decide for yourself!
Today I interview my younger brother, who has done something that I would probably never do.
Live in Africa.
A mission trip to Jamacia broke the fear of traveling for Cody when he was younger, and now he’s traveled around the world, visiting our sister in Spain, and our topic today, studying abroad in Uganda.
He’ll share with what life is REALLY like living in Africa and also recount a hilarious travel mishap that includes tap dancing shoes, a trip to Turkey, and lots of sobbing.