Amy Conroy and her family spent a collective year in San Miquel de Allende, Mexico to learn the language, but she left with an entirely new perspective on death by participating in Day of the Dead.
Taylor Mills gets invited to a film festival in the Netherlands right as the Coronavirus begins to surface. She discusses dating abroad, traveling with her best guy friend, and coming back to the U.S. to quarantine.
Without a drop of medical experience, Cienna Richards booked an impromptu group travel experience that would allow her to study under surgeons in Germany. This trip fueled her love for travel and opened her eyes to the value of group travel for women specifically.
Maddi Brown breaks up with her boyfriend, graduates college, and takes off for a summer in the Flathead Valley of Montana, where she experiences a new kind of freedom for herself, exercises her power, and gets a brand new perspective on just how many paths one can take in life.
For the week of Valentine’s Day, Autumn Spredemann shares the story of how she met her husband—a Dirty Dancing-esque plot twist to her time backpacking South America after her father died.
Lauren Gabel went on a multi-day hike in Vietnam, where her trekking guide unintentionally taught her several life lessons.
Wander By Proxy is a podcast that will bring you stories from women about the priceless experiences collected while traveling.
If you’re privileged enough to have a travel story —a moment where, while you left the safety of home, you suddenly felt more connected to yourself, the people around you, or the world —it’s probably become part of your internal framework. Those are the stories that will be shared on this podcast.
Wander By Proxy is a podcast featuring women’s travel stories that connect them more to themselves and the world around them. The first episode, “Trekking in Vietnam,” will be available January 29, 2020.