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Best Travelhacks podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Travelhacks podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The World Wide Honeymoon Travel Podcast is hosted by Kat and Chris Butler, two newlyweds navigating the world of couples travel. Join Kat and Chris as they take you on a journey across the globe and fill you with inspiration, wanderlust, and amazing practical tips for your next romantic getaway! World Wide Honeymoon is all about staying adventurous while traveling the world with your love. Kat and Chris chat all things regarding couples travel including destination guides, travel tips, trave ...
 
Can travel be more than just a fun thing to do? Could it also provide some benefit and learning experiences later in life? I have always thought this and this is why I have relentlessly travelled the world and now have been to over 80 countries. I have always thought that I was planting the seeds of wisdom while in faraway lands. Through experiences with foreign people, cultures, concepts, and ways of doing things I learned much more than anything I could've done while at home. I interview a ...
 
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You asked we're answering! Thank you for the people who submitted their questions! In this episode, we're answering everything you wanted to know about traveling as a couple, our favorite restaurants in Ohio, tips on starting your own travel blog, travel hacks, and more! Shownotes can be found at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/your-travel-questions…
 
Today I’m speaking with Crystal Davis, the Borderless Coach and founder of High Income Digital Nomad. Crystal’s mission is to help people build thriving and enjoyable businesses that let them travel and work remotely. We get into the nuts and bolts of how to get up and running with a profitable online business right now. We discuss: why conventiona…
 
First of all, none of us have a 100% clear picture of what travel (and the world for that matter) will be like after all of this. But as we start planning future trips during the latter half of 2020 and into 2021, we've got questions and things to consider that we wouldn't normally think about. So in this podcast episode, we're discussing the top 6…
 
Let’s move to Mexico, shall we? Specifically Playa del Carmen. Great restaurants, bars, beach clubs, and easy access to nature and ancient UNESCO sites. But the best part, is we’ll get to hang out with my friend Cristal, Dyer, also known as the Tofu Traveler, and one of my all-time favorite travel partners. On today’s episode, Cristal shares everyt…
 
In the last episode we talked about adventure and wildlife tours, and this week we're traveling virtually again! Only this time, we're getting cultured at museums around the globe. From fine art museums to ancient artifacts, these are the top 12 virtual museum tours that you can visit from your couch. Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/bes…
 
While we're all at home, we decided to find some of the best wildlife and adventure virtual tours that make us feel like we're still traveling. We found so many cool virtual adventures that we had to share in this 2 part series! This week, we're discussing wildlife and adventure virtual tours, and next week, we'll talk about the best virtual museum…
 
After visiting Vienna it is safe to say that we're in love with this over-the-top gorgeous city! In this podcast episode, we're talking about the top things to do in Vienna, where to stay in Vienna, the best places to eat in Vienna, and more as we discuss the perfect way to see this opulent city. Show notes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/travel-…
 
We’re living through a global pandemic. It's okay to have down days and to be upset about the way things are. None of us want to be locked up in our house or to lose our job. But if we wallow in that negativity for too long, that doesn't mean we're going to get extra days in our life, right? We're not going to get bonus months at the end of our lif…
 
Who needs a beer? Today we're talking all about our favorite beer in Belgium, pro-tips for drinking beer in Belgium, and everything you need to know about Belgian beer from Trappist beer to Lambics. We even throw in which beers you can find here in the US! So grab your favorite beer and listen up! Shownotes can be found at https://worldwidehoneymoo…
 
Mike Bown is the “most traveled man in the world”. He has written an essay called “Skins of Ill-Shaped Fishes”, where he discusses how his travel across the globe has exposed him to a very wide spectrum of human life and have taught him in detail about the history and current reality of human society. In this episode, Ladan reads this essay and sha…
 
While we may be stuck at home, for the time being, that doesn't mean we haven't learned anything. From taking things slower to appreciating past travels, we're diving into the top 10 travel lessons we've learned while at home right now. Check out the show notes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/travel-lessons-weve-learned-at-home/…
 
Most of us dream about all the great things we could achieve if only there were more hours in the day. Well, what if I told you time was more abundant than you think, and that we can actually stretch it? My guest today is going to tell us how. Laura Vanderkam is the author of several time management and productivity books, including Juliet’s School…
 
Jake Steiner used to have severe myopia (shortsightedness) and wore glasses with a very extreme refractive power. However, he has overcome his myopia on his own, and he now teaches others how to do so as well. In this episode, he talks about how lenses can actually worsen myopia over time, and how to restore your eyes’ functionality by changing hab…
 
As a newlywed couple ourselves, the topic of kids has been at the forefront of our minds. We go back and forth whether we want kids. If we decide to have children, while we definitely plan to continue to travel the world with them, some trips are far easier as a couple without kids. So this week, we're breaking down the top trips to take before kid…
 
When you think of Ancient Greece, what do you think of? Maybe philosophers wandering around ruins. But they weren’t ruins in 450 BC — nearly 2,500 years ago. The temples were marble masterpieces painted vibrant colors. But the rest of the city was small, and even squalid. Athens was never the richest or the strongest city, and yet it is the birthpl…
 
Derek Loudermilk is the host of the Art of Adventure Podcast, a podcast that teaches about leading an adventurous life. In this episode, Derek and Ladan catch up and interview each other about what they’ve been up to recently and what they’ve learned from their adventures. Top three takeaways: When traveling abroad, you not only gain a new set of s…
 
To continue with our staycation series, let's talk about incredible destinations that you can "visit" while at home. We don't travel full time, so between trips, we love to bring the spirit of travel home to us by picking food, drinks, and activities from amazing destinations and recreating it at home! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/de…
 
Chances are, at some point in your life you’ve traveled with someone for so long you start to drive each other a little crazy, and you don’t really know why. Spending every moment together can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Assessments like Myers Briggs can make you a more compassionate person because you learn how we all see the world th…
 
Luca Fantuzzi is an Italian citizen who has recently returned to Italy from the US in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Italy is one of the countries most strongly affected by the outbreak, and Fantuzzi has gone back to be with family. In this episode, he discusses his recent experiences traveling and observing how this outbreak has affected Italy…
 
Bruges is one of the prettiest cities we've ever visited. With cobblestone streets, beautiful canals, and adorable Dutch architecture, a day trip to Bruges, Belgium is always a good idea. So on this episode, we're talking all about how to plan a day trip to Bruges including things to do in Bruges, where to stay, where to eat and drink, and more! Sh…
 
The COVID-19 coronavirus has upended most travel plans, at least in the short term. So what should you do? On this episode, I’m bringing back Phil Sylvester from World Nomads, where I always buy my travel insurance, to talk about how to recoup your travel costs, why ‘cancel for any reason’ insurance might not be worth it, and other travel insurance…
 
2020 has been a crazy year so far. And while we're all practicing social distancing, let's talk about how to bring travel to you while stuck at home. From finding amazing recipes to bring the spirit of travel to your home to learning a new language, let's talk about great staycation ideas for couples while we're all stuck at home for the foreseeabl…
 
Bear markets are a normal part of investing but is this time different? As the coronavirus COVID-19 spreads around the world, governments are struggling to limit the economic impact of the disease. In today’s unplanned episode of the Financial Independence Podcast, JL Collins (author of The Simple Path to Wealth) joins me to talk about this stock-m…
 
Inés Ruiz Navarro is a teacher of Spanish language and translation. In this episode, she explains how she uses meditation to help students learn and retain language more effectively and in a more positive way. Top three takeaways: When learning language through meditation, visualize someone you know, keep the image in your head, keep breathing, and…
 
Tamara Marie is a certified language coach who uses songs to teach language. She has developed a course called Spanish Con Salsa, which teaches Spanish through interactive lessons and uses Spanish songs to aid in retention of the learned material. In this episode, she discusses how she came to find music as an effective tool for learning languages,…
 
How wonderful would it feel if you actually got stuff done? If you could make real progress on your eternally long to-do list? If you’re feeling forever busy but aren’t achieving the goals you’re setting for yourself, stay tuned as I walk you through your 10-step productivity plan for overcoming overwhelm so you can live a life you love. Visit post…
 
This year, while planning out my goals, I first blocked out time on my calendar for travel, and the happy anticipation of these trips feels great! (postcardacademy.co for show notes) But I’m in trouble because I just attended London’s Holiday and Travel Show, and now my travel list is twice as long! In this episode, you’ll hear where you should hea…
 
Lawrence Leyton is a therapist who has helped people overcome fears. In this episode, Ladan interviews Lawrence Leyton and one of his clients, Mark Wein, whom Leyton has helped to overcome his fear of flying. Lawrence Leyton and Mark Wein have since created a course to help people overcome the fear of flying. In this episode, they discuss the fear …
 
Postcard Academy listeners ask me how they can live abroad if they don’t have Italian blood, a foreign partner to marry, or a global corporation sponsoring them. I believe the easiest way to make a life abroad and/or a location independent life happen for you is to create your own job that you can do from anywhere, and I especially love online cour…
 
In this episode, Ladan discusses his trip to China. He discusses the sights he saw, the experiences he’s had, as well as how China is modernizing. Top three takeaways: A lot of China’s advancements, such as the proliferation of electric vehicles, bullet trains, and more modern ways of paying for goods and services (such as facial recognition) are m…
 
The other day someone told me that New Year’s depresses them. Another year gone by. That’s one way to look at it. But, a happier, more satisfying way to approach the New Year is to plan how we want to enjoy the rest of the years we have left. This year on the Postcard Academy, I will be sharing more episodes on how we can live our best lives, and m…
 
Happy holidays! How are you celebrating? I’m visiting my family in the States but always love hearing how people are enjoying the holidays in other parts of the globe. What are the traditions? What are the foods they’re eating? So, I invited some of my favorite guests on this show to call in and tell me about Christmas in their adopted cities. So t…
 
If you’re a long-time listener, you’ve heard me mention Sarajevo before and how it completely transfixed me. I had the same feeling as when I saw the Roman forum for the first time. There was just something about the vibe of this place that transported me. I became obsessed with Sarajevo and its history and felt so embarrassed that I knew so little…
 
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