A show about the leaps people take to make the most of this amazing life
SEASON 1: SABBATICALS.
In Season 1, we’re talking to people whose leap was to leave life and work as they knew it for the unknown – and totally new.
You’ll hear about WHY they took a sabbatical.
You’ll hear about their biggest fears, most difficult logistics, and the totally unexpected.
You’ll hear what they got out of it.
Best of all, you’ll get their advice to you.
Sherry Ott talks about how her break from her corporate IT job in NYC at age 36 turned into 11 adventurous years traveling the world as a digital nomad.
Kim Dinan took her sabbatical leap at age 30 to pursue her dream to travel and write -- and convinced her husband to go with her. She published her memoir, The Yellow Envelope, about her journey in 2017.
Dan Grec quit his engineering job in Calgary, Canada, to drive his Jeep from Alaska to Argentina on a budget of just $10,000. Now he's on a 80,000-mile solo overland journey around Africa.
Laura Tobaruela left her home city of Barcelona, Spain, to take her sabbatical. Her leap gave her huge gains in self-confidence, and opened up new possibilities to her on how she could live her life and express her creativity, and where.
A family health crisis set Sumitha Bhandarkar’s sabbatical plans in motion. She realized how unhappy she was at work, and designed her time off to help her change careers.
Host Lisa Hoashi shares the unexpected way her year off led to love, a new life on a farm, and her dreams of having a family and her own business.
Host Lisa Hoashi shares how she overcame fears about her career, money, and the many unknowns of her life in planning her sabbatical.
Judy Lin took an adventurous career break to sail the world — despite having no previous experience.
Sitinee Sheffert, her husband and their five kids left their Chicago home this summer to take 15 months to discover where they wanted to settle down next. Hear what went into their adventurous family experiment.
Sarah Williams' sabbatical took her from a conventional career path to being the independent, mission-driven entrepreneur behind Tough Girl Challenges.
Former Peace Corps volunteers Brian and Kate Fassett, of Portland, Oregon, wanted to share the experience of living abroad with their two daughters. Their family sabbatical took them to Uganda.
Fear kept Shannon Whaley stuck in a party girl lifestyle in Seattle for years -- until she finally decided enough was enough.