Episode from the podcastThe Travelers

9: How Jodi Ettenberg Left Her Career for a Life of Travel – Part 1

Released Monday, 19th May 2014
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Jodi Ettenberg had a lifelong dream to take the Transsiberian Railway that over time, despite a successful career that she enjoyed, she just couldn't ignore.

After saving up as a lawyer in New York City, Jodi took a career break to see the world for a year. Five years later, she has yet to return while manifesting what many would consider to be a dream career as a travel writer, eater, speaker, soup expert, and authority in street food at her website, Legal Nomads. Last year, she received just over a million views. I'm thrilled to have her on to talk about travel and its relationship to career transitions and, of course, street food. There's very few things that excite me more than street food!

Listen to today's episode and hear how Jodi made the conscious decision to make travel a bigger priority in her life, and how she does it. Then tune in for part 2 of our conversation.

Words from an Explorer:
"I'm not doing this to reject what society's told me I want but instead to be richer in the way I experience my life."
Links mentioned in this show:

LegalNomads.com
Jodi's series Thrillable Hours
@legalnomads
Jodi on Instagram
Jodi's Food Tours at Jodieats.com
Jodi's book, The Food Travelers Handbook

Music Credit: Passion Pit - Moth's Wings (Artec Remix)
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