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Best Nomadic North podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Nomadic North podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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We are full time nomads, Barron a tech wizard and Elsa an online digital artist, living in an off-grid 13ft Scamp trailer, traveling through the wilderness of North America. With the power of the internet and the freedom of travel, we are constantly experimenting and exploring through many facets of life, technology, health, and mindfulness, and sharing our findings here with you on the Normal to Nomad Podcast.
 
As a woman growing up, bouncing from town to town as a Mountie's daughter, there are endless tales about this most Northern of North America countries. It's a bit of a hodgepodge of true crime, strange events, and just some good ol' Canadianisms...With commentary from an American, and Australian, and other Canadians trying to keep things in check.
 
An unlikely pair were Neewa, the black bear cub who had been orphaned at a young age, and Miki, part Mackenzie hound, part Airedale and Spitz who had become separated from his master in the frozen reaches of northern Canada. But the two befriended one another, and these nomads fended for themselves until they too became separated in an unfortunate way. While Neewa searched for his friend, Miki was taken by northern trappers who felt he could be trained to become a good fighting dog, a valuab ...
 
A nonprofit based in Denton Texas, we support the tech / startup community through workshops & meetups to grow the community and density in creative / tech talent. We interview local tech leaders in Denton to help tell the story of our creative culture and amazing tech talent here in North Texas. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/techmilldenton/support
 
Big change and new experiences, ideas, philosophies are common when the planet Saturn returns to the same celestial location it occupied at our birth. These can be times of great struggle and obstacles, new challenges and responsibilities that often mark time as a clear “before” and “after.” Host Regina Beach turned 30, quit her job and is heading to Laos to live and work. Follow her on her Return of Saturn journey.
 
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In this theme-based episode, Alia and I have a (nostalgic) look at children's literature from our own childhoods and more recently. Engaging stories, simple illustrations and lots and lots of food. What does representation mean in children's books? Looking back, what has changed? What is the role of parents in children's reading? For a list of all …
 
On this journey I'm joined by Safiya as we discuss Reading fantasy; The world of jinn and Persian mythology; Responsibility and purpose in writing Muslim worlds. Book in focus: The City of Brass by S. A. Chakraborty (Egypt/Persia). Find Safiya on Instagram and Twitter: @jscherfi Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @b…
 
On this journey, I explore Do we give an author another try if we don't like a book? Complex characters redeem themselves. How does a connection with nature affect our daily lives? Book in focus: Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy (UK). Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @booknomadpodcast - by email: booknom…
 
On this journey, I’m joined by Assia and Aeesha as we explore Connecting with books from backgrounds different to our own, Silence speaks, “Where are you really from?” Book in focus: Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigeria). Follow Assia on Instagram and Twitter: @shereadsox. Follow Aeesha on Instagram @thatothernigeriangirl and Twitte…
 
On this journey, I explore: Faith and parents - what's the relationship? How not to respect women. Novels in verse. Book in focus: The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo (USA). (Please excuse the background noise at the beginning - that's an experiment I won't be repeating! Keep listening though; it doesn't last for long.) Share your opinions, suggestions…
 
On this journey I'm joined by Ameen from Mind Heist podcast as we discuss: Purpose in autobiographies. How sincerity and self-reflection can transform a book. When living life is expecting death. And so much more - this book just keeps giving! Book in focus: The Autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley (USA). Find Ameen and Mind Heist p…
 
This week we talked to our good friend, John Potess - a talented developer, sound engineer, and entrepreneur. After getting out of school and working for local agencies, John decided that there must be something better than the stress of the 9-to-5, and decided to go contract while taking the opportunity to travel with his wife. With that, John was…
 
In this first of the new theme-based episodes, Assia and I explore reading books from countries we know little about! Discovering connections across the world. "A book is not holier than a tweet." © 2019 Assia Reading what we know is more comfortable. Follow Assia on Instagram and Twitter: @shereadsox. Books mentioned Amina's picks Fruit of the Dru…
 
On this journey: Appreciating insight into writers' inspiration. People from different backgrounds see relationships differently. Evoking a strong sense of place and emotion through the small details. Book in focus: Elsewhere, Home by Leila Aboulela (Sudan/UK). Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram and Facebook: @bookno…
 
On this journey I'm joined by Safiya: Do we read certain book genres more critically than others? Workplace struggles: a Muslim experience. When a character's transformation makes us go "hmm..."! Book in focus: Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin (Canada). Find Safiya on Instagram and Twitter: @jscherfi Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-argum…
 
On this journey I'm joined by Sofina: Exploring Malaysia's ethnic landscape, Effectively tackling mental disorders in literature, Navigating sensitive historical events. Book in focus: The Weight of Our Sky by Hanna Alkaf (Malaysia). Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @booknomadpodcast - by email: booknomadpodcast@g…
 
On this journey I'm joined by Sina: Reading habits in Ramadan, Learning from opposing opinions of a book, How age affects the way we perceive the world around us. Books in focus: Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (France), The Alchemist (O Alquimista) by Paulo Coelho (Brazil). Follow Sina on Instagram: @sharediversity.…
 
On this journey: Why read children's books? Representing diversity within minority communities. Seeing yourself in a book changes everything. Book in focus: A Hen in the Wardrobe by Wendy Meddour (Algeria/UK). Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @booknomadpodcast - on Twitter: @booknomadpod - by email: booknomadpodca…
 
On this journey I'm joined by Zakia: The manifestations of power extend beyond physical influence. Can fiction fill the silences in history's narratives? Projecting today's perspectives onto a historical context. Book in focus: The Moor's Account by Laila Lalami (Morocco/USA). Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @boo…
 
On this journey: Book blurbs destroy books! What is a "good job"? Humans are social beings. Book in focus: Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata (Japan). Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @booknomadpodcast - on Twitter: @booknomadpod - by email: booknomadpodcast@gmail.com - on the website: www.booknomad.weebly.c…
 
Stephanie is earning her Masters in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Divvy is Chicago’s bike share program. Indego is Philadelphia’s bike share program. Vipassana centers around the world teach free 10-day meditation courses to anyone who is interested. In case you were still wondering how glitter was invented Ruth B…
 
On this journey I'm joined by Assia: How do we decide what misrepresentation looks like? These elections are not for you. Do you have to understand everything you read? Because we don't! Book in focus: Au Café by Mohammed Dib (Algeria). Follow Assia on Instagram: @shereadsox. Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @book…
 
Harry Potter and The Golden Compass trilogy are some of Kate’s favorite books. She also loves Stephen King’s novels. Should Adults be embarrassed to read young adult fiction? Brad Pitt’s Make it Right foundation built houses in the 9th ward post-Katrina. The Second City is Chicago’s premier place to see and study improv comedy The iO Theater runs c…
 
On this journey I'm joined by Assia: Are we more critical of writers from our own social groups? Discover Western Algeria. This writer expects you to be patient! Book in focus: Au Café by Mohammed Dib (Algeria) Follow Assia on Instagram: @shereadsox. Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @booknomadpodcast - by email: b…
 
Craig and I visit Krka National Park, the Sibinek Falconry Center and visit Dubrovnik. We end the trip with a flight through Germany, a bus through Bosnia and a return day in Milan. Krka National Park Falconry Center Milan Crazy Cat Cafe Game of Thrones in Dubrovnik Split Camping Village Yoga retreat Gea Viva on Brac Island Krka National park had g…
 
On the third installment of my month-long cycle journey Craig and I set up camp on the edge of a minefield and on another night have a private observation tower. We visit Zadar and listen to the sea sing and investigate an abandoned hotel on Krk Island. Elderflower radler is my favorite Croatian beverage. Cres Island is famous for it’s sheep, that …
 
On this journey: What is it about "self-help" books? Respect the teacher? The place for traditional values today. Book in focus: Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom (USA) Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @booknomadpodcast - by email: booknomadpodcast@gmail.com - on the website: www.booknomad.weebly.com…
 
Week two brought us into a better rhythm, bigger hills and more camping. Craig sees Venice for the first time and most of it is under water. We cross two international borders and see first hand how awesome the European Union’s free movement of people is, experience some rain, hills and beautiful vistas. London to Paris bike routes Naviki route pla…
 
Welcome to the first episode of 2019 where we sit down with Nina Chantanapumma, a new board member to TechMill and an all-around Denton community person. We talk to Nina about her career path from corporate IT into graphic design education for high schoolers, the jobs she held along the way, and how she keeps involved in the local art community thr…
 
Staff Sergeant Craig Sweetnam is an Army reservist, bushcraft enthusiast and father. He shares the boredom and headspace of his 72 hour bushcraft school solo and how he feels upon returning to Aiken, South Carolina after spending 9 weeks in Maine. Craig walks through the river in Baxter State Park. TJ (Left), Craig (Right) and I made up the “old pe…
 
On this journey: Do you think about the author's personal bias when reading? An unusual style of exploring autobiography and history. Putting an author in a box. And an announcement! Book in focus: China in Ten Words by Hua Yu (China). Share your opinions, suggestions, counter-arguments - on Instagram: @booknomadpodcast - by email: booknomadpodcast…
 
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