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Thank you and wrapping up 2018

Thank you and wrapping up 2018

Taking a look back on 2018 and thank you all for your continued support. Thank you to all my guests, listeners and supporters.

I was honoured to learn that The Wanderlusters Mind podcast was nominated as a finalist in the Beautiful You Awards in the category of Podcast/Book/Product.

Iceland, Vikings and Medieval Norse Studies...a different world with Hannah Hethmon

Iceland, Vikings and Medieval Norse Studies...a different world with Hannah Hethmon

Hannah Hethmon is an independent museum and public history professional. Currently based in Warsaw, she is the producer and host of Museums in Strange Places, a podcast that explores the world through museums. She has a master's degree in Viking and Medieval Norse Studies. 

In 2013, Hannah moved to Iceland for two years to do her Master's degree in Viking and Medieval Norse Studies. During that time, she did an exchange semester in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2015, she moved back to the greater Washington, D.C. area for a few months before moving to Nashville, Tennessee for work. In 2017, Hannah returned to Iceland for a Fulbright Fellowship to learn Icelandic and study Icelandic museums. In May 2018, she moved to Warsaw, Poland to live with her Finnish husband for the first time after a 4 year long-distance relationship that started in Iceland in 2014. 

Welcoming chaos after sailing the Bahamas with Anne Fricke

Welcoming chaos after sailing the Bahamas with Anne Fricke

Annie is a poet, writer, podcaster and mother of 3 daughters. She lives in the beauty of the redwood coast in Northern California so, even though she loves to travel abroad, she also always loves to come home. Annie went sailing in the Bahamas for months at a time with her husband and her oldest daughter. The first time she went was when her daughter was 17 months old. Anne has also embraced adventures to the Baja in a Volkswagen, the mainland of Mexico in a cab-over-camper, Europe for two months in a rental car, hostels and B&Bs and some time in Mexico, Baja and Guatemala with all three of her daughters.

Appreciating home with Toni Frazer

Appreciating home with Toni Frazer

Toni Frazer is a high school teacher by day, travel writer by night and on school breaks. Film and tv come to life as filming locations guide her on where to travel- whether its small towns or large cities.  Toni is from Melbourne, Australia. She spent 2 seasons at summer camp in the US, she has lived in London for 1.5 years and most recently lived in Vancouver for 5 months before travelling for 4 months.

Bridging gaps and building global connections with Frantzces & Nubia from Chronicles Abroad

Bridging gaps and building global connections with Frantzces & Nubia from Chronicles Abroad

Frantzces & Nubia are single mothers who sold all of their things and moved to Southeast Asia. Frantzces has been living abroad for a year and a half while Nubia has been living abroad for 9 months. Both have very different travel experiences which led them to create a podcast called Chronicles Abroad which is more than just travel. Their hope is to inspire people from around the world to take risks and trust in faith.

Embracing opportunities, motherhood and moving to Australia with Kate Reynolds

Embracing opportunities, motherhood and moving to Australia with Kate Reynolds

Kate supports and coaches courageous women to create the life they deserve when they relocate to a brand new city or country. Her first international move was to Qatar, where she lived for over 5 years she then relocated to Australia and has been living here for the past  2 years.