Once known as shy Mel, she is now a girl full of swag who loves the opportunity to stay in shape. Mel is a body and lifestyle transformation specialist who loves life and loves inspiring people to achieve the body and lifestyle that they have always craved.Mel travelled for 4 month, a month in Peru and 3 months living in Miami. She spent her time training as a sprinter with an Olympic development coach, volunteering and working on herself.
Mike Campbell is a speaker, podcast host and writer behind liveimmediately.com. He encourages parents and organisations to live more with less, and to spend as much time as possible doing things they enjoy with people they love.
During 2016 Mike, his wife and then 4 year old daughter went on a family adventure where they attempted to house and pet sit their way through North America.
They spent winter in the north woods of Wisconsin, in a log cabin in the middle of a national forest, in a town called Clam Lake that has a population of 37 people. When they arrived there daughter was the youngest person in the town and Mike was the second youngest.
They then had spring in the Colorado Rocky Mountains of Breckenridge, summer in Rhode Island, and Autumn in Upstate New York.
2 time Winter Olympian Michelle, was the first Australian woman to compete in the event of Skeleton at the Olympics. Following a 10 year career in the sport Michelle retired in 2014 and now lives in Brisbane with her husband and 2 daughters.Michelle transferred into the sport of skeleton in 2004 at the age of 18 from Surf Life Saving and Gymnastics. Her first overseas experience was in Calgary with a team of Aussie girls learning to slide skeleton tracks. Michelle then followed the world cup circuit each northern hemisphere winter for 10 years. She spent a lot of time in Europe and North America, also raced in Japan and Russia.
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.