Have you ever just wanted to pack up and travel the world?
Did you immediately think about all the reasons why you couldn’t? Finances, family, work?
Well, in today’s episode of The Adverse Effect we meet Nubia Younge who did just that and found a way to address all those reasons not to go.
As a single mother of two, turning forty and recently laid off from her job, it was time for drastic change. Nubia had been doing everything she was supposed to, except fulfilling her own dreams.
Tune in as Nubia shares how she prepared to conquer Asia and her struggle to find social media representations of herself — a Generation Z woman of color.
Discover fantastic tips on how to avoid negativity deterring you from fulfilling your own dreams and, most importantly, that it’s never too late.
Nubia has lived in Thailand, Colombia, and, most recently, Mexico; she is on a mission to embolden and encourage professionals over thirty-five to stop waiting for permission to chase their dreams and to get out of their comfort zone and explore the world.
She is the creator and co-host of Chronicles Abroad, a travel podcast that inspires individuals to live their lives with passion and purpose. She is also the travel curator and director of Up In The Air Life, a luxury travel company. Last but not least, Nubia has newly launched an ex-pat coaching program called Novice 2 Nomad — helping Gen Z to transition abroad.[Text Wrapping Break]
“I’m always building bigger and build better and always expanding and it’s not meant for everyone to come along on this journey.” — Nubia Younge
“It’s never too late and you’re never too old.” — Nubia Younge
“...the 3 things that specifically hold people back: family, fear and finances .” — Nubia Younge
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