Show Update #5: Teaser Trailer + Radio Enso Replay!

Sneak Peek at “Travel. Eat. Thrive”

REALLY excited to share this footage with you! Seriously: it looks delicious!!

When I saw what our Cinematographer Brandon had edited together, I was knocked over—I was honestly kinda *shocked* at how good it all looks, and that I’m not just part of it, but front and center! :)

Without further ado, here we go…


You can support us with finishing the pilot by becoming a backer on our Kickstarter page!


Radio Enso Show with Gregory Berg!

I also had the pleasure of joining my friend Greg on his weekly radio show.

Past guests have included a couple of my heroes and mentors, like Chris Guillebeau and Brian Johnson, and other amazing people like Brene Brown (check out her TED Talk on the Power of Vulnerability)!

I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation, and really—it was a bit jarring to hear Greg talk about everything I had done. I think it’s so easy to overlook or forget what we’ve accomplished—then, to hear it read aloud, and to hear Greg read what I think about life from different parts of my site was… really cool.

Bottom line: take the time to remember your successes! The feeling you’ll get never gets old. :)

Listen to internet radio with Radio Enso on Blog Talk Radio

What we covered:

  • How I became a nomad
  • Why people travel
  • Did I set out to be a healthy traveler?
  • The two keys to health anywhere
  • How “Travel. Eat. Thrive.” came to be
  • Why I left acting, even after a National Super Bowl Commercial
  • Whether we can create our own reality

Greg also references my Daily Practices, my Healthy Living Guides (Portland, Seattle, Vancouver), the free guide 12 Ways to Color, the Holiday Meditation Course, the Upgrade Your Awesomeness guide, the Healthy Ways to Awesome Days recipe guide, and my Epic Resources page!


I trust you’ll enjoy it all—let me know if you have any questions!


Looking forward to learning more!




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.