Next LIVE class happening in March…

I had a blast teaching my first course with the en*theos Academy.

Called How to Travel, Eat, and Thrive, I spent 60 minutes talking about 10 Big Ideas when it comes to eating and being healthy when you leave your home. (‘Cuz really, that’s when traveling starts!)

I was definitely a bit nervous as I had never really “taught” this info before. Sure I’ve had plenty of conversations about it and have thought about it—and it’s still quite different from talking nonstop (!) for about 50 minutes, then Q&A.

Through all the nerves, I’m so grateful for their awesome TA Matt (you’ll hear him on the class), and that I am so enthusiastic about the material. Had they asked me to teach a class on car mechanics, *I* might have fallen asleep…

 

So, without further ado, my next class is:

How to be a Healthy, Positive, and Mindful Traveler

How can you stay healthy when you’re on the road? How can you travel in a more mindful and positive way? How can you truly enjoy yourself? From 3+ years of living as a nomad, here are my discoveries.

When: Tuesday, March 18th @ 2 pm PT / 5 pm ET

Cost: Free

Where: The en*theos Academy for Optimal Living (bookmark this page for class time)

 

This class is based off my blog-post-turned-book of the same name, which you can read on the free Snippet App.

HPM Snippet

You can find all of the courses I have taught and will teach (even more coming!) right here on my professor page.

Once the LIVE class is over, each class goes into the en*theos library, and for one monthly membership (like Netflix), you get access to *all* the courses they have (over 100 and rapidly growing)! Their other professors include:

  • Alan Cohen (growth & spirituality)
  • Sara Gottfried, MD (health & wellness)
  • Jeff Klein (conscious business)
  • Dr. Eric Maisel (creativity coach)
  • Jacob Sokol (life coach)

You can check out more about the Academy here.

Have a great rest of your day!

From sunny-at-the-moment Seattle,
Nathan

 

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About

Former life: actor/office worker/virtual assistant; lived in Los Angeles for 11 years. Since then: sold nearly everything, took a $5 flight to Hawaii, lived there for 3 months, wrote an eGuide about all of it, and still traveling. Currently: digital nomad – looking to improve myself, have fun and serve others.

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