158: Round the World Family Travel with Kathrin Spaccarelli

By December 16Podcasts

Family TravelDiving back into Family travel today — but for anyone listening who doesn’t have kids, or doesn’t see the family “obstacle” on the horizon, what I like about these conversations is that if you can realize that kids are just a mindset change, just like everything else, than you can get past any self-imposed barrier – you just have to change the thought.

Today I’m sitting down with Kathrin Spaccarelli, from Portland Oregon – PDX – who spent the past year with her family of 4, ever since September 2013, on a round the world trip.

Their route is in fact around the world, visiting 4 of the 7 continents – or 5, if you include the United States. And what I love about this is how she helps to crush the belief that travel – especially adventure – has to end with kids.

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A quick preview:

  • How a trip to Japan in high school fostered a love of travel and new experience for Kathrin, that she carried into her marriage and, later, family.
  • Where they went what they did as a family.
  • The effect Kathrin has seen travel has had on her children.

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I’m a lifelong international traveler, the host of The Travelers podcast, and founder of Holocene, a digital publishing brand, a community for the curious and creative, and an agency for influencers within travel. Together we create compelling stories, tools, resources, and experiences for those who travel for more than to see or do things but to find transformational experience beyond their routines.

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