My guest today is Abi Ventour, coach for intercultural couples who run (or want to run) a business together. In this conversation she shares her own personal experience running a business and being in an intercultural relationship, as well as insights gained from her coaching work. This interview is a treat -- don't miss it, and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes either.
My guest today is Vanessa, creator of The Brave Journal. We talked about her experience growing up in a multicultural family, as well as her global journey to find herself. This episode is packed with wisdom and golden nuggets, and I hope you enjoy it. To connect with Vanessa or purchase your copy of The Brave Journal, visit her website or find her on Instagram. As always, don't forget to subsribe!
In today's episode, we conclude Marion's story from Episode 43. These episodes were recorded 6 months apart, and in this interview she provides closure about the relationship dynamic we previously discussed. It is, again, a raw and vulnerable look inside a difficult situation, so I ask you to reach out directly to me if you have a message to share with Marion, either by email (kc [at] borderlessstories [dot] com) or on Inst...
My guest today is Pamela Logan, author of the upcoming book "Compassion Mandala." We talked about her experience running a non-profit in Tibet, working in partnership across cultures, and of course her upcoming book. To connect with Pamela or purchase a copy of her book, visit her website.
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My guest today is Marie from the blog "French Bias." She is raising bilingual children in Michigan, and we talked about her experience living in my home state. Connect with Marie at her website or on social media @frenchbias. There is a lot of great insight here for parents raising bilingual children -- don't miss it!
My guest today is Jessica Kumar from the Invisible India podcast. In this interview (recorded prior to the global pandemic) we talked about her life and marriage, lived between the USA and India. Tune in for a great conversation, and don't forget to subscribe!
In today's episode, I'm talking with a woman named Marion about her struggle with being accepted by her partner's family. This is a very vulnerable, open conversation, and it was a great honor to have her share her raw experience with our listeners. Please enjoy -- and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a future update about this couple. If this episode resonated with you, please feel free to send me a comment (...
We're back! Today's episode was recorded in February, in a world pre-global pandemic. My guest is Patricia Q. Jenkins, host of The Enterprising Expat podcast. Patricia grew up in the UK, her parents are from Lesotho, and she is currently living in the US -- we talked all about the roles those three places played in her life, and it was a great conversation. Tune in, and don't forget to subscribe!
I had the honor of chatting with Lori Tharps, host of My American Melting Pot. She is also the author of four books, all of which you'll hear about when you listen. Lori is an inspiration in the fields of diversity and anti-racism education, and this is not an episode to miss! Listen in, and don't forget to subscribe!
My guest today is Alaine Handa, who is an adult third culture kid and the author of ”In search of the best Swedish chokladbollar” -- fair warning, our conversation about chocolate balls and cinnamon buns might make your mouth water! Listen in, and don't forget to subscribe!
My guest today is Gabriela Encina, psychologist and expat coach. Gabriela shares her own story and journey, and she also highlights her work with cognitive behavioral therapy with incredibly practical, easy-to-use strategies. This was a great learning experience for me -- don't miss it! Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss our future episodes.
Today's episode is a special treat: for the first time ever, I'm chatting with two guests at once! Justine and Dominic are sharing their story, from a chance meeting in a hostel to a long-distance romance to closing the distance and moving in together. It was such a delight to chat with these two, witness the beautiful way they complement each other, and learn from their experience. Listen in, and don't forget to subscr...
My guest today is Kristen Piedra, host of the MIXED podcast. MIXED is a podcast exploring the personal challenges and joys of parenting bi-racial children, so today Kristen is sharing her experiences and lessons learned on her own podcasting journey. Tune in, and don't forget to subscribe!
My guest today is Rachael Lynn, author of the new book "At Home Anywhere." Rachael was inspired to write her book after going through a few major life changes all at once, including getting married and moving to Dubai. We're talking all about her experiences, and she shares helpful advice for anyone going through their own time of change. Listen in, and don't forget to subscribe!
Today's guest is Natalie Fortunato, an American living in Germany with her German husband. She shared her story of meeting her husband for the first time when he had only six days left in the US, which was just the beginning of their beautiful story. We also chatted about choosing to learn from cultural differences rather than facing them with judgment. It was a great conversation; don't forget to subscribe!
I've got a special guest to share with you today: Liz Kleinrock! Liz is an anti-bias educator and consultant based in Los Angeles, California, and you may know her as @teachandtransform. Prior to interviewing her, I'd already learned a great deal from her on Instagram, and our conversation did not disappoint. We talked about a wide range of topics, from anti-bias and anti-racist education to transracial adoption, and ev...
My guest today is Ruth Kudzi, business mentor, mindset coach, and bestselling author. Ruth shares her personal journey as the partner to her Ghanaian husband and the mother of two biracial daughters, including her family's first trip to Ghana together and resources for helping children navigate their racial identity.
My guest today is Camilla Quintana, a life and relationship coach for intercultural, international, and expat couples. Camilla is originally from Austria and currently lives in Spain with her family. She teaches all about the "inner happy place" -- don't miss it, and don't forget to subscribe!
My guest today is Kay Fabella, The Story Finder. Kay is a Filipina-American entrepreneur living in Spain, and the author of "Rewrite Your Story." In our conversation, Kay talked about the importance of representation, encouraging all of us to share our stories for those who may need to see them for inspiration. She also openly shared her own experience with burnout, with takeaways and lessons that many of us can benefit fro...
My guest today is Katie from A Culture Apiece. Katie is from the US, her husband Markus is from Austria, and they share their experience as an intercultural couple on their blog, "A Culture Apiece." Katie shares all about their unique and unexpected story of meeting and navigating their distinct cultures together. Listen in, and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss any future episodes!