Exploring unknown terrain, hearing different languages, and experiencing different cultures, food, smells, sounds, sights, beliefs, and rituals have made people kinder, more adaptable, and more grateful. Rest and reflection are essential parts of a successful and happy life. Travel is a valuable opportunity to process challenges, including loss. Travel heals wounds, physical or not. And it's more enjoyable to meet new people when traveling, right?
In this episode of The New Nomad, Mita Carriman of Adventurely joins our hosts Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski in entertaining and enlightening our audience with the stories of their travel adventures. They talked about the ups and downs of traveling solo and the excitement that meeting new people, in person or virtually, brings. Travel may be tedious, but the benefits it brings to the picture trump all the cons. So tune in and maybe you’ll also find yourself in a situation where your soul screams for travel.
[3:22] A whole new app for a new travel community
[6:16] We have our own ways of dealing with loss
[7:35] The beauty in traveling solo
[13:20] Travel heals all wounds
[18:28] People love variety, especially digital nomads
[20:58] Every place has a rich history
Mita Carriman is the Founder & CEO of Adventurely – a meetup app for digital nomads. Originally a Business & IP attorney from New York City- she spent the past 4 years traveling the world full time while working remotely across 13 countries and creating digital nomad hubs in Barbados with Bajan Nomad Social, and in Playa Del Carmen Mexico with Playapreneurs Summit while growing Adventurely.
She firmly believes that the future of work is the future of travel, and she was named 1 of 16 women inspiring international travel in 2021 by Buzzfeed.
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