Tue, 30 September 2014
Shannon Locker is a lot of things, award winning photographer (loaded with travel photography tips of course), mother, candy lover and to top it off...she's my sister!
This episode might entertain you on a few different levels. Not only will you be regaled with tales of sibling rivalry, you'll also hear the story behind this picture:
Plus insanely actionable advice to help you come home from any trip with better photos and perfectly captured memories.
Why smartphones might be the best camera to use for travelers (hint: this has nothing to do with the quality of the camera)
What are you waiting for?
Hit play and give it a listen now.
Shannon's recommended iPhone Apps
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Tue, 23 September 2014
There is a more hardcore side to budget travel that the guidebooks don't cover where activities like train hopping, punk sailing, rubber tramping, dumpster diving, and squatting are the norm.
Matt Derrick, wanderpunk and founder of Squat The Planet, has done it all.
In this adrenaline packed episode, you'll hear Matt's incredible stories, plus actionable tips that will open your eyes to a new side of budget travel.
Why dumpster diving isn't as bad as it sounds
Some pictures from Matt's adventures
Resources from the show
Squat The Planet
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Wed, 17 September 2014
Grab Youu Free Guide: 5 Simple Ways To Save Money On Airbnb
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Step by step instructions that will teach you how to turn your place into a money making machine
This episode is loaded with juicy insider information. Listen now.
The Traveling Dutchman
Get Paid For Your Pad – How To Maximize Profits From Your Airbnb Listing
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Thu, 11 September 2014
Bestselling author Chris Guillebeau is the youngest person ever to travel to every country in the world.
Yet this journey was small compared to his larger quest to help others change the world and live a remarkable life.
Something keeping you up at night but just seems too insane to go after?
In his new book, The Happiness of Pursuit, Chris shares what a quest is, why they are important and how you can go about finding the quest that will bring purpose into your life.
This inspiring travel podcast interview with Chris just might change your perspective on big ideas and audacious goals. Plus you can win a free copy of the new book the week this podcast is live (details at the end of the show)!
During the interview you'll also learn:
What exactly a quest is and how it can change your life
What I find through travel is the sense of being alive. – Chris G
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Main image by: Stephanie D. Zito
This free manifesto hit home for me at just the right time, and verbalized the things running through my head perfectly. It's a game changer.
Why Your Should Quit Your Job and Travel Around The World
If you are in a job you don't like and want to get out and see the world, enjoy this kick in the ass. You're welcome.
You'll hear why getting lonely is 'part of the job' as an independent traveler plus Chris shares how to channel loneliness into 2 positive responses.
The Floor and the Ceiling : How Much Money is Enough
A short and powerful way to reframe your approach to money.
When You're Happy You Don't Have To Tell Anyone
The title says it all but there's much more underneath. Read it, let it sink in then put it into action sometime. You might find yourself changed forever.
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Thu, 4 September 2014
In May 2014 I participated in a 546 mile hitchhiking race around Scotland.
Want to come along?
Listen to this podcast and you'll be right next to me on this adventure.
Special thanks to Gary and the NOMADS Facebook group.
A few scenes from what you are hearing in this epsiode.