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Inner Archeology with Sarah Turner & Emily Pennystone - Video Edition

Jul 6, 2022

Traveling can be scary, especially when you’re on your own, but it also opens you up to a world of possibilities and the chance to make connections with people from all over. Today on Inner Archeology, we are discussing the importance of traveling and being comfortable spending time alone. We talk about why traveling is for anyone, how it allows you to reflect on the differences between people and connect to people, when the best time to travel is, and the differences in people who have and haven’t traveled in their lives. We also discuss how traveling makes you appreciate where you come from and reflect on your life before we delve into the scary world of being alone and why it’s so important to embrace it. Finally, we look into how traveling can be incorporated into family life with children and why it is a great education for them. To hear all this and more, tune in!


Key Points From This Episode:

  • The importance of traveling - especially on your own.
  • Sarah tells us a story about her solo trip to South Africa.
  • Why traveling alone is for everyone, not just extroverted people.
  • How traveling allows you to see the differences between people but also connects you.
  • The best time to travel in your life.
  • The difference between the viewpoint of people who have traveled and those who haven’t.
  • How traveling helps you appreciate where you come from.
  • The importance of spending time on your own.
  • Why traveling helps you reflect on life and ‘home.’
  • The importance of having ‘dates’ by yourself to open yourself up to making new connections.
  • How you can educate your children to want to travel and therefore feel competent alone.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Inner Archeology Email

Sarah Turner on Instagram

Emily Pennystone on Instagram