Episode 8: How to Travel According to Your Core Values with Alyssa Greene

Alyssa Greene, a therapist and a blogger, joins us on our podcast for an intimate talk about core values and how you can plan your travel according to your values. We talk about identifying your values, what you can do when you travel to practice them, and how this can help you build your self esteem and confidence. Alyssa also shares with us her own stressful experience at Charles De Gaulle airport as evidence for travel being a confidence booster. We enjoyed our talk with Alyssa and we hope you’ll enjoy it too!

Find Alyssa’s blog posts on Dame Traveler. Connect with her on LinkedIn and Instagram.

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Episode 7: It’s About Time We Introduce Ourselves

In this episode, you can get to know your hosts a little! Vanessa and Rinat introduce themselves, where they are from, and where they have traveled, but most importantly – they tell us why they are doing this podcast and what travel means for them. Plus, three guest podcasters quickly tell us their perspectives on the meaning and value of travel in their lives.   

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Episode 6: Traveling From Home Using Google Earth with Ted Cragg

In this episode, we (Rinat and Vanessa) have a discussion with Ted, Vanessa’s co-host on The Multipod – a podcast for people who are multipotentialites. We talk about how we can travel when we are tied to our homes. Ted has been travelling for a few years now from home using Google Earth because he has two small children and he and his wife cannot travel with them in the same way they traveled before – with backpacking and road trips. Ted also tells us his travel history and his days as a tour guide in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains, a few hours down the highway from us in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; which gave him the idea to potentially turn his Google Earth travelling hobby into virtual guided tours. We enjoyed our conversation and wanted to share it with you. Enjoy listening!  

We mentioned some ideas for travelling from home. If you’d like to check out more ideas you can go to:

https://www.cntraveler.com/story/101-ways-to-travel-without-leaving-your-house

https://www.travelzoo.com/ca/blog/how-to-travel-without-leaving-home/

https://thepointsguy.com/guide/travel-from-home-virtual-experiences/

Check out The Multipod at https://theputtytribe.com/themultipod/

 

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Episode 5: BONUS – Martin Kerr’s “Isolation Groove”

Martin Kerr is a musician and singer living in Edmonton, Alberta – the same location as co-hosts Rinat and Vanessa! We watched Martin’s live stream concert during COVID-19 and we were inspired to have him on the podcast for an interview. We were curious to know how he continues to perform and write music during the quarantine and what inspired him to have an online live show. Plus, he tells us how he came up with his “Isolation Groove” song. Are you curious, too? Then listen to this episode!

Listen to Martin Kerr’s “Isolation Groove” and visit his website here.

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Episode 4: How to Create the Ultimate Staycation in Your Own Home

COVID-19 happened. Our travel plans are canceled. Our vacations are canceled. We cannot even imagine the next time we will be out of town. This is a great time to think about how to create an exciting vacation for ourselves in our own homes. Having a staycation without even going out in our own city to cafes, restaurants, or the movies. We have some interesting ideas for you, from just doing nothing at home to creating your own movie themed decorated home with special activities! Want to hear more? Download now!

Listen to Martin Kerr’s “Isolation Groove” here.

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Episode 3: COVID-19 – How to Apply a Travel Mindset to Staying in Quarantine

This episode continues our COVID-19 mini-series with some tips on how to make the best out of your quarantine. Want to move your body a little, keep your sanity and stay enthusiastically busy? We got some really good tips from our listeners on how to reach these goals, including useful apps and websites that you can use, but most importantly – practical caring human advice. 

To us, the hosts of That’s the Ticket!, a travel mindset is the optimal mindset to be in. It is challenging to think about how to apply a travel mindset to normal days, and even more challenging in these COVID-19 days. We encourage our listeners to think about how to apply a travel mindset even when it’s not that obvious how to. 

We gave you a ton of resources in this episode. Here’s where you can find them, in alphabetical order:

Podcasts:

Other links:

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Episode 2: We are all in the Same Boat (Or Should We Say… Cruise Ship?)

Erica in Italy, Lindsay in Japan, Jennifer in Yukon, Raj in Mexico, Marcello and Outi in Switzerland, and Breawn in Colorado are all in the same boat of COVID-19 (along with the whole world). In this episode, we hear more stories and experiences of people around the world. Erica, Lindsay, Jennifer, Raj, Marcello, Outi, and Breawn share with us the atmosphere in their locations from their perspectives, and their own personal situations and thoughts in this COVID-19 pandemic. We hear stories of parents in different places, who have to worry about how to work when their kids are around, and people finding themselves in interesting situations, like a couple who had to move to a new country during the pandemic. We also hear a bit of Lindsay’s perspective about the cruise ship that was stuck in Japan – it seems like we are all stuck in this together like the people on that cruise ship. We are all in the same boat! (Or should we say… cruise ship?)

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Episode 1: COVID-19 – Insights from Around the World

Welcome to the first episode of That’s the Ticket, hosted by Vanessa Hennessey and Rinat Ben Avraham! This podcast should normally be about travel, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve changed the topic of the first episode.

During the 18th and 19th of March 2020, Rinat and Vanessa received recordings from around the world by people who share what it is like for them to be in this current strange situation in their part of the world. You’ll hear Erica in Italy, Anders in the Anland Islands in Finland, Melissa in Australia, Vanessa’s dad Dr. Alan Shackelford, who is a medical doctor in the US; Katja in Germany, Julie in Brooklyn NY, and of course, Vanessa and Rinat in Canada. In this episode, you’ll hear your hosts’ thoughts and insights and those of their guests, as well as some hope, to help create a sense of global community for our listeners and for the people taking part in this project. We also hope you will subscribe and continue to listen in the future when we bring you our regularly planned programming.

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