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Best Gale Straub podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Gale Straub podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Stories of women who are inspired by time spent outside take the shape of interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions. These make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping; entrepreneurship; aging; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); conservation; motherhood; chronic illness; and feminism as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
Life on the road from the feminine perspective. Host Laura Borichevsky, alongside inspiring voices of female travelers, bring you closer to some of the honest experiences that life on the road has to offer—from the perspective of women who've lived them firsthand. From compelling stories to practical tips and more, find out what life is like when the road becomes your home.
 
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Mental health is something we've talked about before on the show, but never before has it felt more important to dive in. That's why this week, we took some time to focus on what challenges, resources, and tips this community has and needs. Whether you're a full-time traveler and your shelter is a car or a tent, or you have a more stationary place …
 
For Anna Brones, the point of creating is rarely the end result - it's all about the satisfying act of doing. While a lot of us are missing the time we normally spend outside, Anna reassures us that there's inspiration to be found with the materials we have on hand. In this episode, we talk with Anna about the Creative Fuel Challenge she started fo…
 
Giddi Oteo, former full-time road traveler, has an inherent knack for holding both the real, transparent truth and the beauty around her. You’ll hear it from her as she shares about pregnancy and motherhood on the road, starting her travels with nearly no money, and building a business from scratch. And it’s a reminder that no matter how heavy a li…
 
Beth Bradley can confidently say that hiking changed her life. Call it her hobby, her love, her self-care. Doing the 52 Hike Challenge has changed the voice in her head from one that says "I'm too fat" to one that believes, without a doubt, that we need to change who we think of when we think of a hiker. We interviewed Beth live at No Man's Land Fi…
 
For Shon’t Savage, divorce was a bad thing that turned out to be a good thing. Ten years ago, while sharing custody of her then two year old son, she found herself with free time. Shon’t grieved the days she lost with her son, but filled the space with a newfound love for hiking, camping, backpacking, and cross-country skiing. In doing so, Shon’t f…
 
Meet Amanda Monthei, a hotshot wildland firefighter and creative who has made it her mission to empower women and all qualified firefighters to know there is space for them in wildland firefighting. We spoke to Amanda about her path to fighting fires as well as her project “The Women Before Me” that celebrates the women of the Zig Zag hotshot crew,…
 
Brittany Newson, an Air Force veteran, current student, and recently married female traveler knows that the road can be an incredible facilitator of new life chapters. But she also helps us to see in this episode that travel on its own doesn’t create the changes for us: it’s what we do with it when we put ourselves in the driver’s seat that allows …
 
Ever dreamed of going to space? Analog astronaut and geoscientist Dr. Sian Proctor shares how she lives out her childhood dream of space exploration here on earth. We talked to Sian just a week after Sensoria, a first of its kind, all-women’s Mars simulation at the HI-SEAS habitat on the Big Island of Hawaii. In this episode, we learn how proudly p…
 
We usually aim to show the sides of road travel that aren’t over-romanticized, but for this episode we wanted to gush a little. So we asked for voice submissions while we were off the air, with one simple intention: tell us your love stories. And wow-- did you all deliver! So in this episode, we’ll be sharing all kinds of love stories from the road…
 
Hey all! We’re excited to let you know that we’re returning for our kick off of the 2020 season of Women on the Road next Friday, February 21st. It’s been a long break and we are so excited to get back to sharing your stories about and from the road. To tide you over in the meantime, we wanted to share a clip of a new miniseries our friends at Wond…
 
Travel nursing is an incredible career that enables you to both help others and get to see new places. But just like any job or form of travel, there are always aspects that can get over-romanticized, and travel nursing is no exception. Em Cheng, a travel nurse currently exploring the West Coast, joins this episode to share some of the practical as…
 
The power of a two-night backpacking trip in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona is multiplied when it's spent with women who are motivated by a common goal: to help introduce more girls to the outdoors. We backpack with The Cairn Project. The premise of The Cairn Project is simple: they work with ambassadors to help them host adventure fundraise…
 
There's a well-kept secret in the international trekking industry. The Porter Voice Collective is raising up the backbone of the industry to advocate for change. In doing so, they're empowering both porters and tourists to speak up for an equitable workforce. In this episode, we talk with Marinel de Jesus and porter/guide Lucía Merclaluly Vela Sosa…
 
Jennifer McLaren doesn't have a five year plan for her career in the outdoor industry, but she knows her personal values will continue to align with the work she's doing. Why? From her start in finance to her current role as CEO at Smartwool, Jen has worked hard, learned a lot, and developed a personal toolkit that means she can take her skills and…
 
Choosing to move into a campervan doesn’t come without making plans. Just ask Veronica Castillo, who lives in a 2018 Dodge Promaster with her husband Miguel while working full-time at stationary jobs. With popular travel media prescribing why people live on the road, Veronica digs into the realities of living your dreams-- and it usually starts wit…
 
Briana Feola gets to wear the hats of biologist, geologist, and environmental scientist through her work at Brainstorm---all by creating affordable, nature-inspired screenprints and other art that we can hang on our walls. This is an episode is for creatives, but it’s also for people who dream big in small towns. Because it can often feel like the …
 
In partnership with Sherpa Adventure Gear, guest host Laura Hughes interviews Wasfia Nazreen-- mountaineer, activist, and writer-- to learn about what it was like to take a journey up each of the Seven Summits, what it was like to be the first person from Bangladesh to do it, and how approaching external mountains in our lives mirror the personal w…
 
Solo traveler Aubrey Hancock is intimately familiar with her fears. And as you’ll hear, there’s a lot wrapped up inside those feelings. It’s all human, and it’s all valid to feel this way. But Aubrey knew, even at a time she was the most vulnerable and scared, that expanding her horizons would be the only thing to help her start to overcome them. O…
 
We heard a lot of insights, new experiences, and beautiful sentiments the weekend of the Women on the Road Campout last month— and if you know us, you know we couldn’t keep it all to ourselves, so we wanted to share a piece of the experience with you. That’s exactly why our team took a mic around and asked a handful of attendees each a few question…
 
Krystle Wright is an Australian adventure photographer who's worked really hard to make a name for herself taking risks and creating images all over the world: base jumping in the arctic, storm chasing in the American West, free diving with orcas, wandering the desert in Morocco. As she looks ahead to the new year, she's welcoming rest and building…
 
Anaïs Moniq is a flight attendant and is currently on the path to completing her own converted camper van from a step truck. But be it in the air or on the road-- from DEI to the business of natural beauty to standing in her own power-- she’s following her passions at every turn. Other resources mentioned in this episode: Follow Anaïs on Instagram:…
 
For Sydney Williams, “Hiking My Feelings” means identifying trauma, figuring out how it manifests in our bodies through physical and mental disease, and figuring out how to heal from that. For Sydney, it’s been hiking - and taking her story on tour to connect with other people who benefit from it. She believes that showing up as your whole self is …
 
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