Do you have an insatiable desire to hit the road in an RV full time? Do you want the opportunity to go on the great American road trip without the need for costly hotels or scary motels?
Joining me today are a couple that have been full-time RV’ing for the last 4.5 years, and who during that time have visited all 50 states, summered in Maine and wintered in Alaska, written a book that was just recently published by Simon and Schuster (and which can even be found in Costco!) and who are NOT retired, Marc and Julie Bennett from RVlove.com.
Do you pursue your passions? Or let fear dictate the course?
Allan Karl decided to follow his passion, and as he says, the decision was hard, but leaving was easy.
He went on to visit over 30 countries on a 3 year-long ride around the world. From the deserts of Sudan to the rainy roads of Brazil Allan has so many stories to share that we had to split the episode in half!
In today’s episodes we chat about some of his more stressful moments along the way, but make sure to check back on Thursday for the conclusion of his journey, and how he went around major publishers to publish his novel Forks: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine, and Connection.
The Camino is a pilgrimage that people have been making for over a thousand years.
A physical, emotional, and spiritual journey to the far end of northwest Spain.
And one that has become incredibly popular in the last 10 years with people looking to get away from it all and take time to reflect.
Today, I’m very fortunate to bring my twin sister, who has spent the last two years living in Santiago de Compostela (the ending point of the Camino) and working with pilgrims, to shine a light on this incredible travel experience.
Gale gives you tips on everything you need to know about hiking the Camino, from what routes to take and the best times of year to walk to what you should pack and how to (potentially) avoid blisters!
And if you have any questions, she promises to answer them in the comments below, so fire away!
Like most of us, 15-year-old Jessica Lawrence had a dream. She knew what she wanted to do, and she was going to do it.
Except, like most of us, she put it off…and put it off…and put it off.
Until, 22 years later, she finally stopped putting it off…and just DID IT.
She cycled across the entire country, 4200+ miles, alone. Not as a college student. Not as a retiree. And not as a foreigner.
But as a 37-year-old single woman who has a job, has a career, and has a life.
And now, she’s on a mission to motivate others to take a hold of their dreams and find a way to do them, no matter how long they’ve put them off and no matter how many excuses they’ve made.
But the great part of this interview is that not only is Jessica incredibly motivating, but also hilarious.
From being asked if she’s carrying a gun with her (4 times!) to being proposed to by a 79-year-old man, Jessica recounts some of the best stories from her amazing journey and also gives insanely useful tips for anyone wishing to do the same.
Inspirational + Humurous + Actionable = a podcast you won’t want to miss!