Margot spent 7 years living in London before returning 'home' to Australia approx 12 years ago. Whilst she loves being back and firmly believes she made the right decision to do so, the return journey was not quite as straightforward as she had anticipated. However it is these experiences that led her to start a network group called Insync aimed at helping repatriates reconnect as they return; as well as develop several career management and leadership programs in her consulting business to support both individuals and the organisations that they work for. She regularly writes and speaks on the topic of repatriation, global mobility and global careers and is passionate about helping people leverage the amazing experiences they have had as they return ‘home’.
Michele Legge and her husband Ron are a West Australian couple in their 50s who decided not to wait until they retired to have a big travel adventure.
They spent 3 years motorbiking couch surfing house sitting and slow travelling around Europe. Michele welcome to the show and thank you for joining me.
Megan Wycklendt is a 28 year old adventure seeker who recently made the shift from a life as a nomad bicycle traveler and travel guide to a school counselor in Wisconsin, USA. In 2015 she began life as a full-time traveler when she embarked on a bicycle tour from Alaska to the bottom tip of Argentina. After roughly 2 years on the bike, Megan and her friend Gordon reached their destination and Megan continued the adventure life working as a travel guide in the Indian Himalayas. Content in the nomadic lifestyle, Megan was contacted by an old friend about a job back home in Wisconsin. Although reluctant to leave the traveling lifestyle, she couldn't let the opportunity pass by so she packed my backpack and moved back to Wisconsin where she is currently living and working.