Since Wander By Proxy is officially one-year old, this bonus episode compiles some of the best quotes from each episode that ran in 2020. Having a bad day? This clip is stacked with inspiration and perspective.
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Lauren Gay shares her experience going solo (and I mean solo) at a resort in Antigua and how her time away from phone screens & expectations strengthened her inner guidance.
In collaboration with Host A Sister, a global community of women sharing their homes and experiences with one another, episode 15 features the stories of two women and how their lives and travel experiences have been enriched by the travel network.
This episode is a little different from the rest. I talk with two creatives on how they’ve been keeping the adventurous alive through the hum-drum of life during a pandemic. Emily Theisen and Jordan Mileski are two Minnesota-based photographers, but their creativity flows through a variety of outlets. Today we emphasize that creativity is a form of adventure.
Sitting on the plane of her first solo travel experience, Estrella Quiroz meets Erin, a true wanderer who changed Estrella’s perspective on travel with one conversation. 40+ countries later, Estrella still wishes she had Erin’s contact information to thank her for that conversation. I end there. No spoilers.
As Elizabeth Hensley tours the U.S. in her Skoolie, the generosity of strangers inspires her to give it right back.
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In the thick of her ongoing battle with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Jenna Z climbed out her window barefoot and road tripped across the country to seek chronic wellness and peace of mind.
Note from Leah: This is the season one finale of Wander By Proxy! Thank you so much for listening and sharing the podcast with your loved ones. The stories will return in August!
Stephanie James, a poet and singer, shares how working remotely has given her the freedom to share her poetry around the world.
Jennifer Parnall is a Canadian music teacher teaching in Spain. Now, of course, she’s quarantined in her apartment in Barcelona. Jennifer shares how she’s building relationships from afar with her neighbors through music.
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.