Frantzces Lys co-found of Chronicles Abroad
Travel is transformative!

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Frantzces Lys is a Life Coach and the co-founder of Chronicles Abroad. Chronicles Abroad is a blog and podcast that uses travel to highlight stories of personal growth. From courageous world travelers and creative wanderers to digital nomads, Frantzces and co-host Nubia inspire people who have been wavering to finally pursue their dreams of moving abroad.

Frantzces also writes for various online platforms such as Tiny Buddha and she is a regular contributor to SOULE, an online publication for LGBTQ news and pop culture. Her mission in life is to inspire people to live mission-driven lives that feed their souls.

Life is like a movie but unlike movies, there are no sequels.

In this episode we cover:

  • Living, working and traveling abroad
  • How Facebook is a go-to for finding expat communities online
  • Frantzces’ personal experience being black in Asia
  • Maintaining natural hair abroad
  • Tackling student loans while living abroad
  • How travel is transformative

Connect with Frantzces Lys:

Facebook: @chroniclesabroad

Instagram: @chroniclesabroad

Instagram: @frantzceslys

Twitter: @chronicleabroad


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Also, check out my guest appearance on Chronicles Abroad where I share tips to travel more affordably – Episode 59: Danielle Teaches Affordability While Helping Others Build Financial Wealth

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Kylie is a British Expat living in the U.S. and blogs over at Between England and Iowa.

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Kylie Neuhaus is a British expat living in the USA. She enjoys drone photography and writes about expat life, the USA Green Card process and finding unique, active adventures in England, Iowa and everywhere in-between. She’s a lover of all things adrenaline including paragliding in New Zealand, glacier hiking in Austria and camel trekking in Morocco.

In this episode we talk about:

  • Emigrating to the USA
  • The ongoing visa and visa extension process
  • The difference between a visa and a green card
  • Ideas for what to include in your cover letter when looking for a job as an expat
  • Solo travel as a married woman
  • Ways to earn extra miles with American Airlines
  • Differences between healthcare in the USA and UK
  • How loyalty to airlines may not be the best strategy

Resources Mentioned:

Between England & Iowa: A Year in the Life of an Emigrating Wife – Available in paperback and Kindle

AAdvantage Aviator Red World Elite Credit Card

Ryanair – cheap flights throughout Europe

Silver Lake Sand Dunes in Michigan

Kylie’s Articles: 

Turks and Caicos Islands: Things To Do In Providenciales

Connect with Kylie:

Blog: Between England and Iowa

Facebook: @betweenenglandandiowa

Instagram: @englandandiowa

Twitter: @englandandiowa

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The Thought Card Podcast Episode 3 with Christine Hasebrink Safari Guide

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Christine Hasebrink is an adventurer, entrepreneur and a passionate safari guide.

After studying international business administration in the Netherlands and Hungary, she began her career as a Marketing Manager at one of the world’s leading auditing and management consultancies in Germany.

In 2014, she followed her inner voice and left Germany to become a trained safari guide in South Africa. Since then, Christine travels the world as a business oriented digital nomad and runs her own business where she rocks marketing projects for companies around the world.

She is bursting with energy, loves getting inspiration from the African Bush and is constantly evolving while following her heart.

In the episode we talk about:

  • Why Christine Hasebrink left her career in Germany to become a safari guide
  • What is a digital nomad?
  • The pros and cons of being a digital nomad
  • Porto, Portugal as an affordable destination for digital nomads

Connect with Christine:


Instagram: @christine_hasebrink


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Episode 6: Yvette Morrissey from Wayfaring Kiwi and Accidental Adventures

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Yvette Morrissey is a 29 year old digital nomad from New Zealand. Every six months she packs up her possessions and moves to a different country. She is currently working and living in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Yvette is a budget traveler and over on her blog Wayfaring Kiwi she talks about her travels around the world, working remotely, and her random, crazy adventures including hiking over 500 miles on the Scottish National Trail.

In this episode we talk about how she quit her job in New Zealand, saved $8,000 NZD in 2 months (starting with no savings) and sold everything she owned to travel the world solo. While exploring Canada for 7 months she lived in a van where she saved a lot of money on housing and learned how to be comfortable with the uncomfortable.

Accidental Adventures

Yvette introduces us to the concept of “accidental adventures” and teaches us how being open and following your intuition can lead to creating some of the most amazing and unexpected life experiences.

Resources Mentioned:

Connect with Yvette:


Facebook: @wayfaringkiwi

Instagram: @wayfaringkiwi11

Twitter: @wayfaringkiwi

Are you an aspiring financially savvy traveler who wants to afford to travel more? Listen to Episode 2 to learn how to start a travel fund.

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