In this episode, Frantzces continues to dive deeply about the last month of the year. This is where we set our intentions, reflect on our lives and think of the different things we would like to achieve for the upcoming new year. On the last Monday Message she talked about not setting goals, crazy, you can check it out here. She dissects Zig Ziglar’s quote, “What you get by achieving your goal is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.”
In this episode, Nubia talks about the lost art of talking on the telephone. Technology is a blessing and a curse. The art of interpersonal communication has been buried by endless text messages. Do you prefer the personal touch of a phone call or would you rather send a quick impersonal text? Let us know your thoughts.
Welcome to Random Realness with Nubia. A new weekly segment to capture impromptu conversations about everyday life, society & culture. So sit back, sip your tea, and join the conversation.
On this week’s episode, she sits down with Camille to discuss the meaning of friendship. They uncover that the meaning of friendship is subjective and that fulfillment within your friendships may require more introspection and personal responsibility than we think. So tell us, how do you define a friendship?
Thank you to our listeners for supporting Chronicles Abroad. We really appreciate you all. We love hearing from you guys––it gives us so much life!
We’re taking a short hiatus as we prepare for season 3. During our time away we’ll still be quite active on social media and in our group so please continue to follow us and continue to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. Or even some good stuff, like maybe you finally booked that trip you’ve always wanted to take. We want to hear it all!
Isaiah is using travel to transform communities to make the world a better place. He realized how much travel transformed his life so he’s dedicated to changing communities. He created Venture Road, which provides a low-cost way for people to travel with a purpose by working on community projects that have a positive impact on the community.
Tekisha shares with us how she quit her job and became her own boss. At first, it seemed like quitting her job was out of reach, and it didn’t seem possible. But after a simple conversation, she realized it actually was possible. We break down her blog post and found out how she created a plan, executed it and traveled the world––while building a successful business.