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Do you want to diversify your perspective on road travel?
Host Noami Grevemberg and co-host Anaïs Monique dive deep into the stories and weave through the challenges, journeys and inspirations of the diverse voices who, often unheard, make the nomadic community great. Noami is a Black woman and a nomad who has been living in her campervan since 2016. She started Diversify Vanlife in 2019 in response to the lack of representation of BIPOC in the road travel community. In this show, you’ll hear from BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, disabled, and other underrepresented travelers at the many crossroads of the modern nomadic movement.
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Catch-up with Brittany Newson. It’s been over a year since Brittany was last on the show in its previous format, and while a lot has changed, it didn’t slow her down. Co-host Anaïs chatted with Brittany on Instagram Live about how, even through loss and challenges, Brittany has covered thousands of miles in her 4-window bus, Domino, in the pursuit of joy and finding herself again after the military. This special bonus episode Nomads at the Intersections is brought to you by ust, who are making a name in the camping world by creating gear that helps EVERYONE get outside and enjoy the outdoors. Learn more at ustgear.com and follow along on Instagram @ustgear.SOCIALSFeatured Guest: @whereis_brittany | NATI Links: Podcast @nomadsattheintersectionsCommunity @diversify.vanlifeHost @irietoauroraEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other Nomads find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs MoniqueA Ravel Media productionCreative Direction by Busted Slate MediaAudio assist by Dustin GrevembergMusic by Smart Monkey MusicPodcast Cover Artwork by Karen Ceballos
Creative Black Resistance

Creative Black Resistance

2021-02-1901:26:16

What was it like to travel in an era where there were little “Black Wall Streets'' all over the U.S. in the midst of dangerous Jim Crow laws? Alvin Hall, award-winning television and radio broadcaster, best-selling author, and renowned financial educator, transports us into that historic realm. His podcast, Driving the Green Book, guides listeners along his road trip with Janee Wood Weber to the historically Black towns and destinations featured in the Negro Motorist’s Green Book, published from 1936-1967. Hosts Noami and Anaïs explore the nuances of navigating life on the road during a pandemic, holding solidarity with the Asian-American community and how the Green Book paved the way for Diversify Vanlife to become a living resource for nomads of color.Check out the full interactive show notes on our website at Diversify Vanlife and find the episode transcript here: Episode 4 TranscriptFeatured Guest Links:www.drivingthegreenbook.com/Driving the Green Book TwitterAlvin Hall TwitterMacmillan Podcasts TwitterMacmillan Podcasts Facebook Apple Maps GuideApple Music Playlist NATI Podcast Links:Podcast @nomadsattheintersectionsCommunity @diversify.vanlifeHost @irietoauroraCo-host @anaismoniqEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other Nomads find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs MoniqueA Ravel Media productionCreative Direction by Busted Slate MediaAudio assist by Dustin GrevembergMusic by Smart Monkey MusicPodcast Cover Artwork by Karen Ceballos
Catch-up with Denise Meeker of Wayfare to Wellness. It’s been a year since Denise was on the pod, and a lot has changed since then! Noami chatted with Denise on Instagram Live about what life’s brought her since the last time, how she’s coped through 2020 as a Black woman and vanlifer, and more. They also journal around this prompt: What does acknowledging the Indigenous people of this land look for you going forward on your travels?This special bonus episode Nomads at the Intersections is brought to you by ust, who are making a name in the camping world by creating gear that helps EVERYONE get outside and enjoy the outdoors. Learn more at ustgear.com and follow along on Instagram @ustgear.SOCIALSFeatured Guest: @wayfaretowellness | wayfaretowellness.comNATI Links: Podcast @nomadsattheintersectionsCommunity @diversify.vanlifeHost @irietoauroraEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other Nomads find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs MoniqueA Ravel Media productionCreative Direction by Busted Slate MediaAudio assist by Dustin GrevembergMusic by Smart Monkey MusicPodcast Cover Artwork by Karen Ceballos
Leah Thomas is an intersectional environmental activist on a mission to dismantle systems of oppression in the environmental movement. Her personal platform @greengirlleah was born out of a space that lacked representation of Black people in the outdoors and spoke to her passion of getting people started on their environmental justice journey. Her quest for self-authenticity, environmental justice and sustainability created the momentum for her educational page, @intersectionalenvironmentalist, to go viral. In this episode, Leah drops gem after gem: how destigmatizing cannabis use for Black and Brown people relates to the environmental movement; how making our environmental efforts inclusive and intersectional benefits everyone; and how expanding our understanding of Indigenous land protectors makes our environmental impact more effective. Check out the full interactive show notes on our website at Diversify Vanlife and find the episode transcript here: Episode 3 TranscriptSOCIALSFeatured Guest: @greengirlleah | greengirlleah.com@intersectionalenvironmentalist | intersectionalenvironmentalist.com@thegreensgirlco | thegreensgirlco.comNATI Links: Podcast @nomadsattheintersectionspodCommunity @diversify.vanlifeHost @irietoauroraCo-host @anaismoniqEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other Nomads find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs MoniqueA Ravel Media productionCreative Direction by Busted Slate MediaAudio assist by Dustin GrevembergMusic by Smart Monkey MusicPodcast Cover Artwork by Karen Ceballos
Normalize Unlearning

Normalize Unlearning

2020-12-1858:131

Bree (they/them) is a 20-something year old Black Queer non-binary nomad. In 2020, they cut their corporate strings to begin a life centered on having full autonomy of their time and purpose. Hottie, their renovated vintage RV, is now home to Bree and their two giant dogs. Aside from imagining a world without white supremacy, they fill their time with hiking, photography, writing and documenting their journey on the road. In this episode, Bree challenges cis-normative views of identity, the discomfort of unlearning, and what it means to be intentional when creating inclusive spaces. Listen til the end to hear their simplistic perspective on how to navigate pronouns like a human being. Check out the full interactive show notes on our website: Diversify Vanlife and find the episode transcript here: Episode 2 TranscriptSOCIALSPodcast @nomadsattheintersectionspodCommunity @diversify.vanlifeHost @irietoauroraCo-host @anaismoniqGuest @doesthiscountasvanlifeEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other Nomads find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs MoniqueA Ravel Media productionCreative Direction by Busted Slate MediaAudio assist by Dustin GrevembergMusic by Smart Monkey MusicPodcast Cover Artwork by Karen Ceballos
Our first guest on Nomads at the Intersections podcast is Wynne Weddell, Native American of the Yankton Sioux Tribe. A hiker, nomad, and full-time beadwork artist - Wynne joins our host, Noami, for this in-person interview on the traditional lands of the Pascua Yaqui and Tohono O’odham in the Southwest. Listen as she shares her story of leaving her homeland to follow her nomadic passions in the forests of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Wynne also recounts her experience at the Dakota access pipeline, shares stories about her great grandmother as a front-line activist during the American Indian Movement, and how Indigenous peoples must lead the conversation on environmental activism and so much more. Check out our Show Notes for journal prompts that dig deeper into how your story and Wynne’s experience intersect.ABOUT OUR GUESTWynne Weddell is a member of the Ihanktonwon Nation ( Yankton Sioux) specializing in beaded adornments, using her platform to raise awareness on environmental & social justice issues being faced in BIPOC communities. She is passionate about environmental advocacy, cultural reclamation, all things rainbow, and working towards a more sustainable future. #LANDBACKCheck out the full interactive show notes on our website: Diversify Vanlife and find the episode transcript here: Episode 01 TranscriptSOCIALSPodcast @nomadsattheintersectionspodCommunity @diversify.vanlifeHost @irietoauroraCo-host @anaismoniqGuest @rainbowmountain_Enjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other Nomads find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs MoniqueA Ravel Media productionWith special thanks to Busted Slate MediaMusic by Smart Monkey MusicPodcast Cover Artwork by Karen Ceballos
The Pilot

The Pilot

2020-10-2345:251

This heavy year has brought hosts Noami Grevemberg and Anaïs Monique incredible growth, with insightful breakthroughs, profound solidarity and an expanding BIPOC nomadic community. This year has also brought us to tears with violence, microaggressions and burn-out. In our pilot episode, Noami and Anaïs sit down and get real with each other like never before. Noami, a former coastal biologist, and Anaïs, a former flight attendant, explore how nomadism has affected their sense of community. Throwing it all the way back to Q3 of 2019, they compare notes on how the founding of Diversify Vanlife literally shifted culture and visibility for BIPOC on the road. How the Uprising of 2020 exposed our roles in the Revolution as well as the holes in our self-care routines. They also speak on what it means to travel slowly in a Eurocentric country where capitalistic values are the measure of success.In this proper introduction, get to know our hosts as they weave through key moments in their journeys: what it looked like to take major risks as Black women and what led them to embracing nomadic life and ultimately, to hosting Nomads at the Intersections podcast. Find the episode transcript via Diversify Vanlife SOCIALSPodcast @nomadsattheintersectionsCommunity @diversify.vanlifeHost @irietoauroraCo-host @anaismoniq QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE “Setting boundaries has become a form of self care for me.” - Noami“I feel like I’ve become a woman, leaving this trail of myself across the world.” - Anaïs“For me it’s really about realigning with my core values. Asking myself, how can we do this and include everybody? Because to me, community means we don’t have to travel this world alone.” - Noami“The outdoors isn’t for our entertainment, that is a perk, but we’re supposed to have a relationship with the land.” - Anaïs Journaling Prompts— Expand the ConversationWho makes you feel safe?How can you show up for people who support you?How has nomadic life affected your sense of community?Who are you now versus January 2020?Join us on IG LIVE, Mondays following the Air Date for live journaling with one of our NATI Hosts on Instagram Live @nomadsattheintersectionspod 🎵 NATI Vibes S1E1 Soundtrack 🎵  Points of InterestYouTube— Evelyn From the Internets: How A Panic Attack Inspired “Call-in Black”NYT article— Meg thee Stallion: Why I Speak up for Black WomenYouTube— Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Election 2020 Mentioned in Passing“Black people were born on the water” en route to what would become known as the USAPodcast— 1619 ProjectNoami references “The Uprising” Podcast— Small Doses: Uprising, a Forum“I was pissed!” How Noami turned her rage into @diversify.vanlife Book— Eloquent Rage by Brittney Cooper“When Ferguson happened, I was in Atlanta...”Blog— The Black Millennials, Occupying Ferguson (pt 1) Enjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other Nomads find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support! Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs MoniqueA Ravel Media productionMusic by Smart Monkey MusicPodcast Cover Artwork by Karen Ceballos
Welcome to Nomads at the Intersections podcast! Our hope is that this podcast will inspire us to shift our perspective on what road travel looks like, by exploring the stories and experiences of people from different walks of life. We’ll dive into topics from the margins. Topics, both big and small, that will make us rethink what community means to us. We're gonna get raw and real, and have some fun with it. In this season we’ll have conversations with people we don’t really hear from in the road travel community. You know, the ones who don’t always fit the mold. That person you waved to on the highway, or sat next to at the campfire, but you never really heard their story. Those folks who, often unheard, make our community great.Join us for Nomads at the Intersections podcast. The first episode drops Friday, October 23rd. See y’all then!
Do you want to diversify your perspective on road travel?  Host Noami Grevemberg and co-host Anaïs Monique dive deep into the stories and weave through the challenges, journeys and inspirations of the diverse voices who, often unheard, make the nomadic community great. Noami is a Black woman and a nomad who has been living in her campervan since 2016. She started Diversify Vanlife in 2019 in response to the lack of representation of BIPOC in the road travel community. In this show, you’ll hear from BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, disabled, and other underrepresented travelers at the many crossroads of the modern nomadic movement. Make sure you're subscribed to Nomads at the Intersections to hear the premiere episode, launching this October-- and follow @diversify.vanlife and @nomadsattheintersections to stay in the loop as more updates drop. Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg and co-hosted by Anaïs Monique.A Ravel Media production in collaboration with Diversify Vanlife.Production support by Laura Borichevsky.Podcast cover artwork designed by Karen Ceballos.
This is the last episode of Women on the Road, but by no means the end of our community. In fact, we are incredibly excited and honored that Noami Grevemberg and her team at Diversify Vanlife will be helping to evolve the podcast you hear on this channel moving forward, with a total reboot taking place in October under a new name, Nomads at the Intersections. In this finale episode, Noami and Laura talk about what this transition means to them, as well as how we hope to see you take part in where we’re going next.Resources From This Episode:Follow Noami on Instagram: @irietoauroraFollow @diversify.vanlifeLearn about Nomads at the Intersections here: Diversify Vanlife websiteFollow Laura on Instagram: @howsheviewsitSubscribe and listen Sex Outside on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and everywhere podcasts are found!Connect with Sex Outside on Instagram: @sexoutsidepodLearn more about Sex OutsideWomen On The Road on Instagram: @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Betterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADOregon State EcampusEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky, with special thanks to Noami Grevembreg.A Ravel Media production.Music is by Josh Woodward, Handsome and Gretyl, and Louis II.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
For some of us, what got us in the car in the first place are the things we’re running from-- but no matter how many miles we drive, those things end up in the passenger seat, along for the ride with us. Kathy Karlo, a climber, writer, Director of No Man’s Land Film Festival, and host and creator of the For the Love of Climbing podcast, is someone who knows the contents of her passenger seat well-- both literally and figuratively. And she uses the weight of what she carries to build something bigger than herself.Resources From This Episode:Follow Kathy on Instagram: @inheadlightsListen to Kathy's podcast, For the Love of Climbing: Spotify | Apple PodcastsRead Kathy’s article, “Do Not Go Outside to Cry”Follow @diversify.vanlifeWomen On The Road on Instagram: @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Betterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADOregon State EcampusEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.A Ravel Media production.Music is by Josh Woodward, Wild Pony, Handsome and Gretyl, and the Aliza Carter Band. Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
This platform as you know it started several years ago in response to the lack of representation of female road travelers in the media we consume. After over 100 written interviews published online, followed by more than 100 episodes of the WOTR podcast and the growth of this tight-knit online community, we know there are still more conversations to be had.But we also feel, more strongly than ever, that in the spirit of what WOTR has aimed to do-- broaden our perception of who is on the road, and elevate those voices and stories-- that our current team at @ravel.media are not the ones who need to be hosting these conversations moving forward. That’s why we’re making some big changes.Thanks to Diversify Vanlife, we are partnering to evolve this platform so that it can further serve the conversations that aren’t being had enough, led by the people we need to hear from most.Starting in October, Diversify Vanlife will replace the WOTR podcast under the name Nomads at the Intersections. This monthly show, hosted by founder Noami Grevemberg and co-host Anaïs Monique, will shift the narrative and navigate the challenges, journeys and inspirations of the modern nomadic movement while diving deep into the stories of underrepresented voices.If you’re already subscribed to WOTR on your favorite podcast app, you’ll automatically start getting Nomads at the Intersections content as the re-launch approaches. We’ll also drop some exciting updates right here as well as via Instagram @diversify.vanlife, so just sit tight, make sure you’re following along, and we’ll keep you updated.WOTR as the show you know it now with host Laura Borichevsky will be on air until Friday, 9/18. You’ll still be able to listen to past episodes after this date on the same podcast feed. We have some special things planned for our final two episodes so we’re hoping you tune in!Thanks to each of you for being here for what this community has grown into, and we’re excited to have you here to see where we can all go together next. Links You Need to Know About:Keep subscribed to this RSS feed-- it’ll be changing to the name “Nomads at the Intersection” between now and OctoberApple PodcastsSpotifyStitcherFollow @diversify.vanlife on Instagram for more re-launch updatesGet to know the Diversify Vanlife team:Noami Grevemberg: @irietoauroraAnaïs Monique: @anaismoniqJayme Serbell: @gnomadhomeStay tuned for another new Ravel Media podcast hosted by current WOTR host Laura Borichevsky, Sex Outside!Subscribe and listen to the trailer on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and everywhere podcasts are found!Connect with us on Instagram: @sexoutsidepodLearn more about Sex OutsideFind Laura Borichevsky online if you want to keep in touch: @howsheviewsit
Whether on or off the road, it can be easy to tell yourself you can’t do new things. That you’re too inexperienced. That you don’t have the skills. That you’re not qualified.If that’s been you, then this episode is just what you need to hear. Because Laura Edmondson-- a road traveler, digital creator, educator, podcast host, athlete, and DEI and Sustainability consultant-- has got a lot to say about moving forward in the face of feeling unqualified and showing yourself that it’s possible. Resources From This Episode:Follow Laura on Instagram: @laura.edmondsonListen to Laura’s podcast, Let Us Rest: Spotify | Apple PodcastsVisit Laura’s website: LauraEdmondson.coBrown Girls ClimbFollow @diversify.vanlifeWomen On The Road on Instagram: @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Betterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADOregon State EcampusEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Episodes air bi-weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.A Ravel Media production.Music is by Phillip Cuccias, Handsome and Gretyl, and CHPTRS.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
Nobody ever said living on the road was easy, but it definitely teaches us life lessons. In this episode, van dweller Anna Tedesco shares what she's learned from over two years of solo road travel, how it's helped her navigate the mental and emotional challenges a pandemic can bring about, and the important role cooking good food plays in all of it. Whether you need some accessible outdoor cooking recipes or a solid reflection on the life lessons the road can teach us, this episode is for you.Resources From This Episode:Follow Anna on Instagram: @annatabascoAnna’s cooking Instagram: @vannaspiceWomen On The Road on Instagram: @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupTiny Kitchen Camper Gear Anna & Laura Love:Moka pot for coffeeNutribulletHand blender with pull stringMilk frotherSponsor Websites & Codes:Betterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADOregon State EcampusEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.A Ravel Media production.Music is by Josh Woodward, John Lucas, and Windswell.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
For many reasons, many of us have been traveling less and reading more right now, which is why hearing from mother, outdoor adventurer, Licensed Nursing Assistant, and book reviewer Alessandra Hurt is especially important right now. Because what we can learn from stillness, BIPOC authors, accessible travel, and Alessandra’s insights on motherhood are all lessons we can use to make our world a better place.Resources From This Episode:Follow Alessandra on Instagram: @naturemamareadsWomen On The Road on Instagram: @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupAlessandra’s Reading List Recommendations:Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall KimmererBlack Faces, White Spaces by Carolyn FinneyHonouring High Places by Junko TabeiReclaiming the Commons by Vandana ShivaIn Open Country by Rahawa Haile (2021)Between Two Kingdoms by Suleika Jaouad (2021)Sponsor Websites & Codes:Betterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.A Ravel Media production.Music is by Josh Woodward. Additional music by Layup via Musicbed license.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
It feels more important than ever to re-think our role models. And adventure travel journalist, pilot, and deep water diver Kellee Edwards is someone who’s been paving a path on the road, in the air, and around the globe for years. It’s not just her passion to take herself to new heights that we’re inspired by though-- it’s the way she wants to bring everyone else with her.Resources From This Episode:Follow Kellee on Instagram: @kelleesetgoKellee is the host of Travel + Leisure’s new podcast, “Let’s Go Together”. Check it out now and subscribe!Kellee’s website - Kellee Set Go!Kellee’s 8 Safety Tips for Women in the WildWomen On The Road on Instagram - @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Betterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.A Ravel Media production.Music is by Jason Shaw and Josh Woodward.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
As a queer couple, Natasha Seitz and Beth Luby challenge the notion we hear often online from white, straight couples: that the road always feels safe and strangers always seem welcoming. Because the reality is that safety also equates to privilege, and it shows up in the ways you camp, where you travel to, and what you do when you get there. In this episode, we get to know Natasha and Beth and dig into the safety considerations they make often while traveling, how intersectionality comes into play, and how your gut and your head sometimes tell two different stories about what’s really going on.Resources From This Episode:Follow Natasha and Beth on Instagram: @seeingtheseitzListen to Underneath It All, the newest Ravel Media podcast, and subscribe!Women On The Road on Instagram - @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Manta Sleep - get 10% off with promo code ROADTravel + Leisure has a new podcast out, hosted by travel expert Kellee Edwards, called “Let’s Go Together”. Check it out now and subscribe!Enjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.A Ravel Media production.Music is by Jason Shaw and Josh Woodward.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
We didn't ask, but we bet if we had, traveler Denise Meeker would say that coming home to yourself isn't a one-time act. It's personal, on-going, and sometimes shows up in ways you don't expect. It also can include hard, internal work. But we're really thankful to get to hear her story of coming home through spending time on the road and in the outdoors to underline the importance of you telling yours.Resources From This Episode:Follow Denise Meeker on Instagram: @wayfaretowellnessDenise’s blog: Wayfare to WellnessMelanin and Mental HealthWomen On The Road on Instagram - @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Manta Sleep - get 10% off with promo code ROADBetterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADDannerEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.Music is by Jason Shaw and Josh Woodward.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
Chef Manouschka Guerrier is known for a lot of things-- like dancing, acting, and her culinary skills on the reality TV show Private Chefs of Beverly Hills-- but being on the road is her newest adventure. From solo travel to RV fires and more, Manouschka learned a lot about herself through hitting the road in search of the kind of relationships you can build when you’re face to face. Resources From This Episode:Follow Manouschka Guerrier on Instagram: @single_servingWatch Manoushka’s recap of her road trip: Face Reality Find Chef Manouschka on YouTubeWomen On The Road on Instagram - @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Manta Sleep - get 10% off with promo code ROADDannerEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support! Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.Music is by Jason Shaw and Josh Woodward.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
As we all know, a lot can change in a couple of years: especially when you’re a mom, and  especially when you live on the road. So we were so excited to bring Bionca Smith-- a full-time traveler, professional speaker and author, and mother to her 11-year-old son Carter-- back onto the show after two years to see how things have changed with the road as their home. Resources From This Episode:Follow Bionca Smith on Instagram: @offthegridwithakidOff The Grid With A Kid on YouTubeListen to Bionca’s original episode: “Success, My Son, & Escaping the Boxed Life”Women On The Road on Instagram - @womenontheroadJoin the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook groupSponsor Websites & Codes:Manta Sleep - get 10% off with promo code ROADBetterhelp - get 10% off with promo code ROADDannerEnjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support! Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. WOTR is produced and hosted by Laura Borichevsky.Music is by Jason Shaw and Josh Woodward.Podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
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