Mar 172013
 

From The Nook Podcast

Every adventure one takes, every journey one travels on always begins with a challenge, or at least it should. The challenge is taking yourself out of your comfort zone and facing your fears. As much as I thought I could imagine what a developing nation would be like for me to experience, it gave me surprises and new stories around every corner. All these memories, I’ll never forget, and I will share these stories all with you in part two of this two part series.

In this episode: Ep46: On the other side of something-Part 2

  • Lifting one’s Ego
  • Crippled anywhere else would just be cruel
  • Hold my Baby, cry why don’t you, and squat down in humbling fear

 

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Lifting one’s Ego
Crippled anywhere else would just be cruel
Hold my Baby, cry why don’t you and squat down in humbling fear

Feb 272013
 

From The Nook Podcast

I did one last episode just before I took my first trip off the North American island we all call America. Preparing for any trip is a stressful time for anyone.  Until you are actually on the road or heading to an airport, you most likely will be in a piss-poor mood. Since it is me, I can assure you, I’ll be twice as bad. In the first episode of two a part series, I’ll talk about the pains of getting ready to go on my first big journey half way around the world.

In this episode: Squat-Squat Bali Belly

  • Tripping out on first world problems
  • Bali bound and the rules of engagement
  • Squat squat Bali Belly, gonna be a bitch-witch

 

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