Travel is fun, but even more, it teaches us so much. From life skills to personal development and even changing our fundamental personality, travel has the potential to do it all. I start off this episode briefly mentioning some of the research that has backed this up, but the most important thing is hearing the stories from my three wonderful guests.
First up, I chat with Jennifer Johnston who has one particularly important lesson from travel: learning how similar we all are, no matter what our culture or homelife or language. Next, I talk to Carolanna Lisonbee who spent a year teaching English in China, and this particular experience changed her significantly. Finally, I speak with artist Kate Peterson who points out something I hadn't concretely considered before now - that the contrast of learning about other cultures when you travel helps you understand your own background and culture much more deeply.
Jennifer Johnston - https://travelbugwithin.com.au/
Carolanna Lisonbee’s poetry book - Wisp of Fog Moment - https://amzn.to/3aKbxyh
Kate Peterson’s art - https://www.katepeterson.art/
Kate’s travel journal Around the World and Back Again - https://amzn.to/3FTAHZH
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