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Welcome to JUMP Podcast, formerly known as The Budget-Minded Traveler. I’m your host, Traveling Jackie, and I’m here to explore travel, adventure, and lifestyle in ways meant to motivate YOU to move and get out and see the world. Let this show be a source of travel advice and inspiration, and remember that in the end, it’s YOU who takes the leap.
 
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Show notes at https://travelingjackie.com/podcast
 
Show notes at https://travelingjackie.com/podcast
 
To kick off JUMP, Jason and I have prepared 3 questions for each other. Join us as we put ourselves on the spot with some big travel topics.
 
We've reached a milestone! Join me today as I reflect on the past 100 episodes and share some big news about the future of this podcast. View show notes and other episodes at https://thebudgetmindedtraveler.com/podcast
 
We first met Erin and Erin in episode 52, right after they had sold everything and moved to Austria, with a plan to stay for two years. Three years later, we get to reflect on how this journey has changed their lives and shaped their paths going forward. We talk about the importance of living in the moment, embracing new surroundings, and looki ...…
 
We first met the Bensons, a family of five, in episode 67 when they were preparing to take a giant leap, sell their house, and travel around the world for a year. We caught up with them again halfway through their trip while they were in South America to see what that trip ended up looking like (episode 76). Today, we get to chat with them agai ...…
 
As we approach episode 100, I'm bringing back some of our favorite guests from over the years to talk about where they are now. Today we chat with Maddy Wolfe, whom you'll remember from episodes 66 and 77. When we first met her, she was about to graduate college and take a job teaching English in Israel for a year. The second time we talked to ...…
 
Hayden Lee, aside from being the Audio Magician behind the scenes at BMT Podcast Headquarters, is the host of Travel Stories Podcast and a solo nomad, exploring every country in mainland Europe by means of his trusty Harley Davidson, Gloria. Just wait til his coffee kicks in about halfway through... Show Notes Hayden's podcast: Travel Stories P ...…
 
In the last episode, we traveled through Jordan as we recapped my experiences there in May of 2018, and today we're going deeper into the Jordanian culture. Listen as Ban and I continue our conversation, this time covering topics such as: Jordan dress code - do's and don'ts according to where you are in the country What it’s like to be a woman ...…
 
I have finally checked Jordan off my bucket list! I spent three weeks exploring beautiful Jordan in May 2018, attending an adventure travel conference and then taking a group of YOU with me hiking on the Jordan Trail to Petra. My guest today, Ban Barkawi, is a Jordanian friend of mine whom I met studying abroad in Italy years ago. Listen as Ban ...…
 
Laugh with us today as Costas and I get into how to plan a sailing trip. Costas is from Greece and has been putting together sailing trips with his friends for almost 20 years, he knows what he's talking about! Sit back and take notes as the pro dishes out the details for pricing, budgeting, food, people, destinations, boats, skippers, packing, ...…
 
Mike Sewell is a South African runner on a mission. Tune in today to hear about how he has taken up running long distances (like... REALLY LONG) as way to explore a new country. In the first half of this episode, we recap Mike's running expedition on the Carretera Austral, the same 1300km route through Chilean Patagonia that I did by car. Then ...…
 
I've done my bike tours and I lived to talk about them! Join me and Jim Johnson, Founder of BikeTours.com, again today as I reflect on my experience participating in two different bike tours for the first time ever, including a 200-mile week-long solo ride rom Germany to Vienna, Austria. We dispel the concerns I had, take reader questions, and ...…
 
Today we kick off a new series about alternative ways to get from here to there as we travel, and we're starting with bike touring! Join me as I chat with Jim Johnson, Founder of BikeTours.com, about my decision to take on a 200-mile solo bike ride across Austria. We'll go over some of my fears and concerns and some of Jim's best advice for new ...…
 
Continuing our conversation from the last episode, Ford Quarterman (@wheresthegringo) and I take you on a journey with us back to Patagonia. In December of 2017, we spent three weeks driving the length of the Carretera Austral. In this episode we share stories about this epic experience and give tips for anyone considering trying this mind-blow ...…
 
We first met Ford back in episode 81 when he came on the show to talk about his solo journey from the US down the Pan-American Highway. He was in Colombia at the time, and now, after 2.5 years on the road, he is back home. He joins us today to reflect on the journey and give tons of great advice for anyone considering driving the Pan-American H ...…
 
Back by popular demand: another travel game show! Join me today as I catch up with two female bloggers: Gloria Atanmo from The Blog Abroad and Leah Davis from The Sweetest Way. While we are usually all traveling in different parts of the world, the three of us have all been in the same place together for one random holiday, you’ll have to liste ...…
 
Today we hit the jackpot with some of my best budget travel tips for saving money on the road. Tune in for 21 ways that you can spend less while you're traveling, from booking accommodations, to food, shopping, transportation, and more. View full show notes at http://thebudgetmindedtraveler.com/86
 
We're back for another round of Ask Jackie, because the questions are so good and so many! Join us today to chat about fear of traveling as a female, transportation logistics, choosing a destination, long-term apartments overseas, losing things and theft abroad, passports, travel insurance and... craft beer. That's right. View full show notes a ...…
 
It’s back! In this is Ask Jackie session, we're digging deep into just three questions. We'll discuss how to navigate airports, what to do about recommended vs required vaccinations, and the tricks to the sometimes complicated requirement of proof of onward travel (and what that even means). These questions are taken from members of The Budget- ...…
 
Brendan Lee used to be an accountant in New Zealand, that is, until he decided to volunteer in Tanzania and not go home afterwards. He's been on the road for several years, traveling solo, collecting friends and experiences and writing about them on his blog. While his adventures on the road have been plenty, he's here today to share with us ab ...…
 
Casey Wong bought a motorcycle and shipped it to South America, where he proceeded to ride it from Colombia to Argentina, on his own. In Ecuador he ran into a friend of mine, which prompted an introduction to me and eventually a few beers in person as he passed through Bariloche, where I happened to be living in Argentina. With the notorious Pa ...…
 
Ford pulled out of his driveway in Georgia in October 2015 to start driving his truck down the Pan-American Highway, all the way to the end of the world in Patagonia, Argentina. He is on a mission to break stereotypes between Latinos and Gringos (Americans), live & experience first-hand cultural experiences, find the best adventures, learn Span ...…
 
One year ago, Montana photographer Andy Austin bought a converted van and moved his life onto the road. Since then he has chased countless sunrises and sunsets, dealt with check engine lights, had coffee over campfires, and collected endless stories under the stars, sometimes down by the river, sometimes in Walmart parking lots. Today, he joins ...…
 
Game show? Yes! Because I love games, I am going to be hosting travel themed game shows more regularly on the BMT podcast. For each game show episode, I will have guests who work in the travel industry, whether they are bloggers, podcasters, or other travel media influencers, all of whom are well-experienced in travel, with plenty of stories an ...…
 
Two years ago, John Owed declared (on the podcast) his intent to break away from his office job to explore the world and realign his daily life with his personal priorities. He is from Ohio and was working with a company in Australia at the time. According to him, his life was a script written by someone else. After his declaration and change o ...…
 
Remember Maddy from episode 66? She was about to graduate college and pick up her life and move to Israel, where she had accepted a teaching job at an American school. Now, nearly a year later, she is here to share about her experience teaching English and her life in Israel so far and how much has changed, including what she thought her career ...…
 
That's right, they're back! We first met the Bensons in episode 67, when they were planning to sell their house and hit the road for a year with their three boys. This adventurous family of five has now been on the road for six months and is here to catch us up on their experience thus far. Today we get to see how things have turned out for the ...…
 
Two years ago, young professional and adventurer Chris New decided to take his life on the road long-term. He is slowly making his way through our beautiful continent of North America, in his truck, which he recently took on an Alaska road trip. I caught up with him after he spent a few months exploring nearly every road Alaska has to offer, an ...…
 
Today we head across the pond to Chișinău, Moldova, where entrepreneur and American expat David Smith is making positive changes in community development by starting his own small businesses. He started as a Peace Corps volunteer and has set up a life there, and he's here today to share his trials and triumphs along the way, along with some mea ...…
 
Jodi Ettenberg left her job as a corporate lawyer to pursue her dream of traveling the world for a year. That was over eight years ago, and she is still on the road. In today's episode we get the inside story about why she left, what struggles she has faced along the way (including an emergency trip home), what she has learned about traveling w ...…
 
No matter what your individual fears may be, pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone is a great exercise for personal growth. I have been using adventure travel to challenge myself lately, and in this special episode we dive into my journey of recently attempting two via ferratas, even though I have a pretty significant fear of heights. F ...…
 
In today's episode, we move across the pond - westward, with Ian Ord, a Canadian expat who built a new life in Thailand. Though he only planned to stay for a few months at the beginning, he is still there over five years later, with a couple of businesses, a new fiancee, and a life full of adventure. Hear his story about how he did it, struggle ...…
 
Teressa Canosa left the U.S. seven years ago to pursue her dream of living in Spain and learning Spanish. That has since turned into a residency permit, a Master's Degree, and a spontaneous move to Italy, among many other adventures. In today's episode, hear her story, find out what steps she took to get to where she is today, teaching English ...…
 
It's back! This is the best Ask Jackie session yet, as it stems from our recent LIVE Q&A from the BMT Community group on Facebook. Join me as I answer questions about toilets overseas, washing your laundry, travel credit cards, flight insurance, movies, crazy experiences, packing, food, RTW travel, and much more. Use the guide below to referenc ...…
 
We are wrapping up our series featuring people with BIG travelplans with our first Part 2! Anjie Mikesell, whom you may rememberfrom episodes 64 and 65 where we discussed her upcoming first solotrip to Italy, is BACK, and she has much to share. We find out ifany of her fears came true, what she learned about herself, whereshe ended up going and ...…
 
The Benson family has BIG plans. They are selling their house and many of their possessions to hit the road as a family of five for a year of round the world travel. In this episode we discuss how they decided to do it, how they plan to fund it, where they think they will go, what fears they have around it, what they hope to get out of it and m ...…
 
Meet Maddy, an inspiring, soon-to-be college graduate on her way to Israel to work for a year. In this episode, Maddy explains what drives her to travel, how travel sets her apart, and why she believes in it so strongly for other college students. Maddy and I both studied abroad twice during college, and I stand with her 110% in encouraging col ...…
 
Join us for part 2 of a conversation with first time solo traveler Anjie Mikesell, who is about to set off for the number one destination on her bucket list: ITALY. In this episode we get into Italy-specific tips and itinerary suggestions, along with a plethora of general first time travel resources. As part of a series featuring people who are ...…
 
This is the first part of a two-part episode featuring first time solo traveler Anjie Mikesell. Though she has traveled with groups before, she is going solo to conquer the number one thing on her bucket list: traveling to Italy. She brought all of her questions to the table to talk everything first time traveler and everything Italy, and we re ...…
 
This is the hardest, yet also possibly the most important episode I've published to date. Together with Ginger Kern from The Traveler's Mindset and Nathaniel Boyle from Holocene, we explore solo travel as a tool for personal growth and healing, by sharing my own personal story on the heels of my divorce. Through a number of hard questions and d ...…
 
We visited my favorite packing tricks and techniques in episode 34, but as much as I try to accommodate men, it's best to get advice for males straight from expert male travelers themselves. Today I cornered Travis Sherry from Extra Pack of Peanuts, Jason Moore from Zero to Travel, and Nathaniel Boyle from The Travelers (The Daily Travel Podcas ...…
 
Join the party in this bonus episode today as Travis Sherry from Extra Pack of Peanuts, Jason Moore from Zero to Travel, and Nathaniel Boyle from The Travelers (The Daily Travel Podcast), and I all sit down to ask each other travel questions. Although we were in three different countries during this recording, somehow we made it work! Listen in ...…
 
Today we get down to business with Amanda Williams, solo female traveler extraordinaire, who has all the answers to the most asked questions about solo female travel, such as: -Isn't solo travel dangerous as a female? -How do you keep your money/valuables safe? -How do you deal with loneliness? -What are the best destinations for solo travel?…
 
Rachel is a fearless solo traveler turned married expat living in Tel Aviv, Israel, where she's about to have her first baby. I hit her up for her best advice about solo female travel, including how she got to where she is, both geographically and career-wise, as she is the co-founder of an online travel company for women.…
 
In this episode, Steph Yoder, founder of Twenty-Something Travel helps us kick off a new series about solo female travel. As a solo traveler turned married traveler, Steph shares her take on what it really means to travel solo, why she still does it even though she is married, and why she believes everyone should travel solo at least once in th ...…
 
Join us as I chat with Nathaniel Boyle from the Daily Travel Podcast in this last of our series of interviews with awesome people who have started businesses out of their passion for travel. Nathaniel took his first trip overseas at just 5 years old! And today he shares with us how that planted a seed in him that grew into a love for travel, an ...…
 
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