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Black Women Travel Podcast shares the stories of Black women who dreamed to make travel a priority. Yes, in this economy. This community of bold women from all over the world have varied travel stories including short-term travelers based in a country, to long-term travelers living as digital nomads or working abroad. Listen in to hear how they're able to use travel as a means to connect with themselves and others.



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Black Women Travel Podcas‪t‬ Black Women Travel Podcast

    • Places & Travel
    • 4.7 • 42 Ratings

Black Women Travel Podcast shares the stories of Black women who dreamed to make travel a priority. Yes, in this economy. This community of bold women from all over the world have varied travel stories including short-term travelers based in a country, to long-term travelers living as digital nomads or working abroad. Listen in to hear how they're able to use travel as a means to connect with themselves and others.



Celebrate good times! You now have the opportunity to become an Official Nomad Crew Member through Patreon. Tap the link and join us today Patreon.com/blackwomentravel

    Chapter 90-DeAnna of Broke And Abroad Life + Travel Noire

    Chapter 90-DeAnna of Broke And Abroad Life + Travel Noire

    Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with DeAnna.







    In this chapter, DeAnna describes her childhood growing up in North Carolina, and how being seen as overweight as a child has impacted her life. She takes us back in the day, when her life was all about lawyering, being a personal trainer, and the brief stint she was into body building. DeAnna wanted a change, and decided to live and teach in Korea, a decision that launched her into travel writing, and tells us the story about the big idea she pitched which has led her to now being the senior editor at Travel Noire. She also puts us on game and shares how to pitch publications. DeAnna says that travel is an opportunity for her to reset, talks about how she’s practicing self care these days, and reflects on what it means to her to be an Alpha Kappa Alpha. She shouts out Carrie Cook from EmpowHERment and Shontel Horne from Travel Noire on the show.







    Get at DeAnna on Instagram. And she’d love for you to connect with and read Travel Noire on their new website and vibe with them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.







    DeAnna has been bopping to a couple of songs that are on the Guest Favorites from the Black Women Travel Podcast playlist on Spotify.







    BWT Podcast is available on: Google PodcastsApple PodcastsSpotify







    Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode and if you enjoy what you hear, please leave a review.







    Socially, you can connect with the podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tell your wanderlusting friends about our community!







    Send your travel questions into AskBWTPod at gmail dot com.







    If you’re looking for a boss group of Black women on their entrepreneurial journey, join Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs group on Facebook.







    Be sure to tune in for new episodes every Sunday 9am ET.







    Be well and travel well 3

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Chapter 89-Cinneah of Flynanced

    Chapter 89-Cinneah of Flynanced

    Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Cinneah.







    In this chapter, Cinneah talks about her relationship with money, her professional background, and how an extended trip to Mexico has given her an opportunity to solo travel, and create more space to hear herself. She has a product development background and says that’s helped her in 2020 to find the content that most resonates with others, report her journey to being debt-free, and connect with other Black women financial influencers. Cinneah believes in contributing to a supportive network and shouts out Carmen Perez of Make Real Cents, Jateria Pittman of Debt Free Travel Journey, Dasha Kennedy of The Broke Black Girl, and Jasmine Tillery of Money & Momming who have helped her on her debt-free journey. She shares that investing in, and connecting with subject matter experts, and what she calls her board of directors, has helped her to fill in the places personally and professionally where she wants to grow. That includes paying for coaching, for strategy in using social media platforms, therapy, parts of the financial world she’s still learning about, etc. Cinneah tells us that her self-awareness has gotten her through the tough times, gives us advice on breaking from from the yolo life, and the specific questions she asked herself to shift her thinking.







    Cinneah would love to connect with you through her website, or Instagram. And she mentions her course Fly Financially Free: Travel Often for the Low.







    Cinneah says health is wealth and shares a song that inspires her on the Guest Favorites from the Black Women Travel Podcast playlist on Spotify.







    BWT Podcast is available on: Google PodcastsApple PodcastsSpotify







    Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode and if you enjoy what you hear, please leave a review.







    Socially, you can connect with the podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tell your wanderlusting friends about our community!







    Send your travel questions into AskBWTPod at gmail dot com.







    If you’re looking for a boss group of Black women on their entrepreneurial journey, join Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs group on Facebook.







    Be sure to tune in for new episodes every Sunday 9am ET.







    Be well and travel well 3

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Chapter 88-Sam of Some Call Me Adventurous

    Chapter 88-Sam of Some Call Me Adventurous

    Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Sam.







    In this chapter, Sam credits her creativity with growing up on a small island off the coast of Washington State. She describes her unique upbringing, her process of coming into herself, and why London has her heart. We talk about travel anxiety, imposter syndrome, her journey to loving her body, and just how she’s been able to travel so much. Sam works in social media and gives us advice on the benefits of having a strategy, or not, your best bet for making your travel content pop, and how cultivating an online community is a part of her self-care.







    Sam says to follow, like, share, and comment on the content of the people whose work you love. You can connect with her on TikTok, or Instagram.







    i will never have this version of me again let me slow down and be with her “always evolving” by rupi kaur







    BWT Podcast is available on: Google PodcastsApple PodcastsSpotify







    Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode and if you enjoy what you hear, please leave a review.







    Socially, you can connect with the podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tell your wanderlusting friends about our community!







    Send your travel questions into AskBWTPod at gmail dot com.







    If you’re looking for a boss group of Black women on their entrepreneurial journey, join Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs group on Facebook.







    Be sure to tune in for new episodes every Sunday 9am ET.







    Be well and travel well 3

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Chapter 87-Heather of Globetrotting Mama

    Chapter 87-Heather of Globetrotting Mama

    Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Heather.







    In this chapter, Heather shares her love for traveling around Canada, growing up wanting to be a writer, applying for law school on a dare, and her journey from practicing law to coming back home to her passion for writing. She gets into exactly what helped sustain her though her challenges in her journey, gives you tips for stepping into the thing that calls you, and how to build your support network. Heather and her family figured out a way to globe trot for a year when her boys were just 6 and 8 years old, and says that year solidified their family unit in very impactful ways, that have even helped them through this pandemic. She’s also an advocate for women creating space for themselves, and offers a different perspective around traveling during the pandemic. Heather sees stories everywhere she goes, and gives us tips on how to tell a good story.







    Heather would love for you to read her words and share them with a friend. Since she writes for so many publications, connect with her on social so you don’t miss a sentence Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.







    Heather paints a picture with lyrics to a song by Gregory Porter, that’s perfect Sunday listening. You can find it on the Guest Favorites from the Black Women Travel Podcast playlist on Spotify







    BWT Podcast is available on: Google PodcastsApple PodcastsSpotify







    Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode and if you enjoy what you hear, please leave a review.







    Socially, you can connect with the podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tell your wanderlusting friends about our community!







    Send your travel questions into AskBWTPod at gmail dot com.







    If you’re looking for a boss group of Black women on their entrepreneurial journey, join Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs group on Facebook.







    Be sure to tune in for new episodes every Sunday 9am ET.







    Be well and travel well 3

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Chapter 86-Kiersten Brown

    Chapter 86-Kiersten Brown

    Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Kiersten.







    In this chapter, Kiersten talks about not fitting neatly into boxes, and how travel was a way for her to experience the fullness of herself. She says journaling, and seeing other Black women traveling and reshaping their identities helped her to feel more at home in herself. Kiersten started off her journey teaching English to support herself while abroad, and tells us about the conversations that led her to becoming a financial and relocation coach for women of color. She shares a bit about her relationships with folks back home and while living abroad, gives her best money mindset advice, and gets into her ideas of the relationship between the mind and the body.







    Kiersten loves to connect! You can link with her through her website, YouTube, or Instagram.







    Kiersten mentions a song that uplifts her to keep choosing the life she wants by Aloe Blacc. You can find it on the Guest Favorites from the Black Women Travel Podcast playlist on Spotify.







    BWT Podcast is available on: Google PodcastsApple PodcastsSpotify







    Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode and if you enjoy what you hear, please leave a review.







    Socially, you can connect with the podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tell your wanderlusting friends about our community!







    Send your travel questions into AskBWTPod at gmail dot com.







    If you’re looking for a boss group of Black women on their entrepreneurial journey, join Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs group on Facebook.







    Be sure to tune in for new episodes every Sunday 9am ET.







    Be well and travel well 3

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Chapter 85-Nicole of I Luv 2 Globe Trot

    Chapter 85-Nicole of I Luv 2 Globe Trot

    Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Nicole.







    In this chapter, Nicole takes us way back to when she first decided to move to South Korea, the challenges she experienced leading up to her decision to leave, and how important family, community, and tribe has been as she’s made moves in her life. She says it’s important to recognize the opportunities in your life, an idea that’s shaped her every decision since deciding to live internationally. Nicole shares with us how she went from her travel blog to being a travel writer, getting her name in publications, and pursuing hotel stays and projects with tourism boards.







    Link with Nicole on her Facebook group , Twitter, or Instagram. And you can check out her book on her website.







    Nicole has been feeling a Jill Scott song for a while now. You can find it on the Guest Favorites from the Black Women Travel Podcast playlist on Spotify







    BWT Podcast is available on: Google PodcastsApple PodcastsSpotify







    Subscribe so you don’t miss an episode and if you enjoy what you hear, please leave a review.







    Socially, you can connect with the podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tell your wanderlusting friends about our community!







    Send your travel questions into AskBWTPod at gmail dot com.







    If you’re looking for a boss group of Black women on their entrepreneurial journey, join Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs group on Facebook.







    Be sure to tune in for new episodes every Sunday 9am ET.







    Be well and travel well 3

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

BrinaBear 84 ,

Over Coming Imposter Syndrome

Thank you for your words on your discussion about Imposter syndrome. As an artist with over 20 yrs of experience I have been doubting myself for too long. I am currently working on my first children’s book illustration project and have been stuck because of extreme self doubt even though I have the ability to fulfill the vision of the author. I really needed to hear this podcast and I am a firm believer that God gives you what you need at the right time and this was it.

Many thanks and I look forward to listening to you as a regular part of my weekly routine.

Sabrina

tisha_fever ,

Travelicious!!!

While listening to each interview my mind wanders to far away places. I become courageous and feel as if anything is possible. These remarkable women are living their life by design and are showing us what that looks like through their eyes. Wanda asks thought provoking questions while letting her humor, intelligence and love for travel shine through. Ladies...if you’ve ever dreamed of what it’s like to travel to faraway places in your beautiful brown skin, but have let fear or worry stop you because of the unknown...please listen to this podcast. You will be informed, inspired, and encouraged!

FIF_Chris ,

A Celebration of Diverse Perspectives

I really enjoy the variety of Black women travelers showcased. They are all unique and inspiring in their own ways. There is no average Black woman traveler and this podcast celebrates that!

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