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Join Linda Riesenberg Fisler and Joseph McGurl as they discuss Joseph's favorite Past Masters. Joseph discusses what captivated him, how they painted, and much more! Joseph also talks about capturing that elusive atmosphere in your painting and other techniques. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFisler)…
 
Stewart Gatsi is a true renaissance man. Born in Zimbabwe, he moved to the U.S in his teens. When the rose-colored glasses came off, he decided on Cyprus as his next destination. Counting Dubai, and South Africa as some of his destinations, he has been living in Vietnam for the past few years. Hear his amazing stories now on the podcast. #Expat #Vi…
 
Author of the new book titled "Are we there yet? The year-long adventure that kept on giving" stops by to tell us about his family adventure at the height of the global recession. What led them to the decision, did they keep to their budget? and life on the road with 2 kids are just some of the topics discussed. #author #gapyeartravel #arewethereye…
 
Having already lived in Istanbul and South Korea while teaching English as he backpacked around the world, Tim was happy to get back in it once his child was older. The high cost of living in Tampa Florida motivated enough to Mexico, where he's been for the past few years. He talks about the cost of living, the new edition of his book, "A better li…
 
We are deeply saddened to hear that Richard Schmid passed this past weekend (April 17-18, 2021). In his honor, we are playing the interview with his daughter Molly, who talked about Richard's work and art as well as his book Alla Prima II. Rest in Peace, Richard, and thank you for all your work as an artist and author. Support the show (https://www…
 
Bing was on an 8 year and counting road trip that has included a lot of mishaps. Robberies, missing teeth, jail time, and even a brain injury. Now back home after being derailed by the pandemic, he discusses some of what's included in his travel memoir "Unprotected Treks" which is all about how not to travel. He is hoping to start back up as soon a…
 
The author of the book Shikoku, David Tepfer talks from the viewpoint of an American who has been living in Paris for decades. Cultural differences, family times vs race to best others, and consumerism are some of the topics. The theme of the book and why Japan is featured prominently in it. A must-listen. #Expatlife #Paris #France…
 
Christian is a content creator who lived for a few years in Estonia. We chat about what life was like there, and the cost of living. Now back home in the U.K, we compare the huge difference in living costs, how it feels to be back home, and if he has the desire to experience ex-pat life again, and where. #expatlife #Estonia…
 
Steven Williams talks about life as an ex-pat in Madrid (twice) and compares the cost of living in New York to Spain. Steven also has a pretty big YouTube channel that he hosts entirely in Spanish and he discusses how he got to be so fluent among other things. #Expatlife #AmericanBoy #MadridBy Kemkem Casinelli
 
Linda, Cherie, and Joanna discuss gestures and explore its use in all forms of #art, from #dance, to #painting, to #drawing, #music, and #writing. Lifesoup.blog, Lindafisler.com JoannaPangAtkins.com #podcast #artchat Video of this chat available at https://youtu.be/YRMSWlaLU1k Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFisler)…
 
Cristina is a third culture kid who grew up in such faraway places as New Zealand and Nigeria. Choosing Latin America to correspond from, her work has been featured in newspapers like the Miami Herald and other prestige news outlets. She chats about some of the dangerous situations she has been in, and her books, Skin of Tattoos and Girl On The Bri…
 
David McNeill joins me to share his experiences as an American currently living in Porto. His past ex-pat experiences include a few years in Tokyo and two years in Berlin where he met his wife. We discuss his job and life across the countries, the various cost of living, and his Expat Empire business. #Expatlife #Porto #Portugal #ExpatEmpire…
 
Christine Osazuwa is my podcast guest on this episode and she talks about what ultimately spurred her into moving out of the states in 2016 for a life in Stockholm with her husband. Now living in London, it was interesting to find her reasons for moving on from there, differences in lifestyles, and why she is happy living outside the U.S. #Expatlif…
 
Linda talks about her favorite drawing books that you can gift yourself with this holiday season or ask for someone to gift you with these books. She also talks about starting to dabble in watercolors in the near future. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFisler)By Linda Riesenberg Fisler
 
Just in time for the holidays, Linda discusses the painting books on her bookshelves for those who are looking for great books to help them become inspired and better painters. Linda also talks about how these books can help you find your voice and push the envelope of your paintings. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFisler)…
 
Bilbao is getting to be more up and coming as a popular destination in Spain. Located in the north, the city is experiencing a boom thanks to the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, a must-visit destination. This podcast tells of other lovely places to visit in the city as well as the popular pintxos, something the area is famous for. #B…
 
This conversation features Maria Belton who enlightens us as to how she made her dream of living overseas possible by commuting for several years between Madrid and Miami. Now newly retired, she shares about the life she designed, despite not making loads of money. Inspirational must-listen. #Miami #Madrid #Valencia #Expatlife…
 
Linda discusses the effect on the current pandemic/times and how we might be struggling to find inspiration and tap into our creativity. As she discusses quick exercises or suggests quick ways to tap into our creativity, she guides us through a mental process to awaken our creativity and inspire us. Feel more creative and inspired now! Support the …
 
Albert and Barbara are two U.S ex-pats currently living in Valencia Spain. Their decision to move to France as a retirement destination sounded great and was great for a few years, but ultimately they decided it wasn´t a good fit. Spain has turned out to be a wonderful surprise and they share their journey to their new home.…
 
This solo episode deals with Spain being in the throes of the second wave of the coronavirus. Are we tired of constantly taking precautions? The answer would be yes! If you're like me, you are suffering from COVID information fatigue and overload. Seems we are not alone, as everyone is starting to venture outside and that is "new normal". here's ho…
 
JP and Amelia sold their belongings and moved away from America in search of a better way of life and more importantly, affordable and great healthcare. They have settled in nicely in Ecuador, and specifically Olon, a small beach town. They share their story in this fascinating podcast, their cost of living, jobs, plus advice for those wanting to d…
 
Linda recorded the second part of our color discussion in the series of Keys to Great Paintings. In this chat, I talk about my own color journey, how color is part of our own voice and I summarize color questions that will help you with color. www.patreon.com/lindariesenbergfisler www.lindafisler.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaR…
 
An interview with Leah Thrapp, a luxury travel curator currently living in the U.S. Her stories of travel in Europe organizing off the beaten track adventures for clients, traveling with kids in tow and adjusting, as well as how the coronavirus pandemic has severely damaged her once-thriving business. #Travel #Luxury…
 
Podcast episode with Mytrae Meliana, the author of the memoir titled "Brown Skin Girl: An Indian-American woman's journey from broken to beautiful". She talks about her journey from India to America and being "kidnapped" by her own family and bundled off back to India. Her crime? Falling in love with an American and refusing an arranged marriage. H…
 
An ex-pat currently based in the Canary Islands (where she had originally started her journey). Born in the U.K. to a Jamaican mother, Jeanette shares about her horrendous experience as a teacher, and declining mental health. Dubai was great to her, and she went on to Columbia and that did not work out either. Life was not great in the area she was…
 
A conversation with author Danielle Des on being both budget conscious and financially savvy. Her tips for saving and her debt journey - $63,000 in student loans paid off in four years. Buying her home at the age of 27 a few years ago, she now shares her knowledge with others looking to do the same.By Kemkem Casinelli
 
After a rough start in Dubai dealing with her husband's infidelity upon joining him, Caneisha found her true calling as a relationship coach helping others deal with problems she herself had experienced. She discusses the healing and getting rid of the victim mentality, life abroad in Dubai, then China, racism, and adjusting to life back home in th…
 
A podcast interview with Caroline Conner where she discusses her life from her troubled past growing up in London, Paris and then back to the U.S., past alcoholism, and eventually parlaying her passion for wine into a full fledged business in Lyon, France where she lives currently. She offers virtual tasting plus an online course on everything you …
 
Karl is a young, driven, and successful businessman who found his calling after realizing that he embodied the ENTP Myers Briggs personality. Some of the topics of discussion include a few of his passions, including real estate and 1€ Italy homes, a Home Health care business, and his growing YouTube audience where he shares both the good and the ba…
 
This podcast is with Anita, an ex-pat in Portugal. Traveling with her husband and best friend of decades, we talk about making sure you have solid plans, dealing with eventual loss, and how she has been handling it all. We also talk about co-sharing, a newer phenomenon with mature people. Other topics include what life might look like post-covid-19…
 
Shannon and Debbie, a longtime married couple discuss what led them to early retirement. Toxic work environment, being pushed out of a job (ageism) are some of the topics discussed. Free ebooks to help navigate retirement and how to keep yourself occupied, plus how much they think you need to retire, an alternative to the 4% rule that is the accept…
 
Continuing the Keys to Great Paintings Series, Linda discusses the importance and how to create focal areas. In association with this talk, this month's Painting Challenge compositions. Become a patron and explore the painting challenge with Linda at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=10537779 Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFi…
 
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