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Jody Danchuk

World Schooling, Family Travel and Adventure with Jody Danchuk

This week on the podcast I’m so pleased to be joined by local teacher, world traveler and incredible mom, Jody Danchuk. Way back when my husband and I backpacked Southeast Asia in 2014, I vividly remember this Australian family that we kept running into as we travelled throughout Vietnam (most travellers go a similar route). […]

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pecha kucha mental health

Our Preconceptions of Anxiety and Depression – My Pecha Kucha

Back in 2017, I participated in an event called PechaKucha (pronounced peh-chuh-ka-chuh). For those who don’t know what that is (I certainly did not), these events are held around the world, a central theme is chosen, and speakers are allowed to share 20 slides with 20 seconds each. The theme for ours was Open Season […]

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Jen Rawson

A Year Abroad, Intuitive Eating and Social Influence with Jen Rawson

This week on the podcast I’m joined by world-traveler, Instagrammer, and Intuitive Eater, Jen Rawson. She goes by the name Pretty Little Grub on both her blog and her Instagram, which is where I first heard of her. Here was this fellow Calgarian about to embark on a year of epic travel adventures with her […]

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dalene heck

Surviving Cancer, Travel Blogging & Not Setting Goals with Dalene Heck

Today on the podcast we’re joined by Dalene Heck of Hecktic Travels, the duo who in 2014 were named National Geographic’s Travelers of the Year. Dalene shares with us why her and her husband decided to sell all their belongings, essentially becoming minimalists, and travel around the world. For the full story on that, I highly recommend […]

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leave of absence

How I Lost 13 lbs, Reconnected With My Husband & Dared to Dream

I’d always planned to take a few months off between graduating from university and starting my career. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad that I had full-time employment to jump into and with a great company to boot, but that niggling wanderlust wasn’t going away. In October 2013, I bit the bullet and asked my […]

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