Do you think about hiking or cycling or skiing when you think of Europe?Well maybe you should.Because Europe has a lot to offer the outdoors person, the nature lover and the adventure seeker.Join me as I talk to Jackie Nourse, aka Traveling Jackie, about all the fabulous things there are to do in the outdoors of Europe.And all the beautiful places there are to have these adventures in.We'll talk about sailing, cycling, hiking, skiing, running and so much more in this fun, energy-filled episode.Whether you are a casual outdoors person or someone who loves an epic adventure, Europe has something for you.Want to talk more about outdoors Europe?Then send an email to email@example.com.I love talking about getting outside and having some fun!In this episode:2:25 Introducing Jackie3:55 A story about Europe outdoors5:15 Jackie's Europe outdoors story8:00 The Outdoor "Option"9:45 On and in the water in Europe17:55 Cycling in Europe30:20 Hiking and walking39:30 Start with your interests42:05 The mix of nature and culture in Europe43:33 Skiing in Europe50:05 A favorite outdoor adventure of Jackie's53:30 What Jackie wants to do in the outdoors in Europe55:00 Running in Europe57:55 Find Jackie58:51 My outdoors Europe story1:01:30 Following your interests1:02:27 Outdoor lovers go to EuropeImportant links:Traveling JackieJUMP PodcastWhy Europe Is an Amazing Destination for Nature LoversWhat to Do in Europe for the Adventurous TravelerWhy Now Is the Best Time to Plan a European Nature AdventureEpisode 12: How to Figure Out Where to Travel in EuropeOutdoors IrelandBike ToursRogue ExpeditionsDon't forget to subscribe to the show.And do leave me a review so you can win a free travel consultation with me!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wanderyourway)
Jackie Nourse Talks Traveling and Building Experiences
True to the Trail Podcast
Jackie Nourse is the host of the international hit podcast JUMP with Traveling Jackie and founder of JUMP Experiences, where she leads adventure trips and retreats for her audience. She explores living life with courage through her personal blog Traveling Jackie, and she is also the founder of The Budget-Minded Traveler blog and online community. We talk to Jackie about all manner of travel, inspiring others, and overcoming adversity.More Information:TravelingJackie.com JUMP ExperiencesJUMP PodcastInstagramFacebookYouTube
Traveling Jackie is an author, blogger, entrepreneur, and fellow podcaster! Jackie started the Budget Minded Traveler Blog, TravelingJackie.com and is the host of one of the most successful travel podcasts available, JUMP with Traveling Jackie. Jackie's podcast has been featured on Travel & Leisure, Business Insider, and the New York Times. On this episode, Jackie and Cevan talk about overcoming your fears, finding proper balance in life, and climbing the ladder of success.Follow Jackie Nourse: @travelingjackieVisit her website and podcast: https://travelingjackie.com/Follow ROOTd with Cevan Likness: @rootdpodcastROOTD is produced by AUIDEO Podcasts.
13 - Solo Female Travel and Adventures with Jackie Nourse AKA Traveling Jackie
Dying to travel but not sure where to start?? Are you scared to go alone?? Want a group to go with but your friends aren’t down? Girl. I got you. Well. Jackie’s got you. Meet Traveling Jackie! This extraordinary woman is changing women’s lives through not just travel but ADVENTURE! The best part? If travel doesn’t do it for you - she helps you figure out what does. Jackie’s mission is empowering YOU to find what fires you up and then giving you the tools to execute. Also - she’ll take you to Patagonia, plan the whole thing including hiking and paddle boarding AND she’ll feed you. Ya. It’s like that. Tune in to this episode to meet this incredible woman and learn how she got started living such a DOPE life and show she can help you discover your dope life too.
202. Jackie Nourse on Inspiring Others to Take That Leap
Should I Start A Podcast
When you start your podcasting journey, you may begin with one idea that ultimately evolves into something else over the course of building your audience. That’s ok. It’s not always about teaching someone something physically tangible. Sometimes it’s more about inspiring a mindset. Let your message evolve as you evolve. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If you’re thinking about starting a podcast or simply looking for a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you. In this episode of Should I Start a Podcast, Ronsley speaks with Jackie Nourse, creator of travelingjackie.com (with one L, for all you non-Americans) and host of the podcast JUMP. Jackie always loved travelling and wanted to create a space that other travel junkies could go to, or be inspired by. However, JUMP didn’t start out that way. Her original podcast, The Budget-Minded Traveler, started out as more of a how-to format. As Jackie’s life evolved, so did her podcast. She realised that it was more about making connections with people than teaching them step by step processes. As she began building an audience, she was struck by how she was able to inspire just by sharing real, authentic and raw thoughts and experiences. Ronsley and Jackie have a thought-provoking conversation all about the importance of being real with your audience. They discuss how essential it is to inspire others to “take that leap” for themselves and why evolution is vital in every part of the podcasting process. Also within this episode: How JUMP evolved to what it is today How JUMP got its name Why Jackie feels it’s so important to put your mistakes out there Why Jackie journals every day The story of Jackie’s first organised group trip Resources: travelingjackie.com Listen to JUMP Jackie on LinkedIn Listen to the Audiobook Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It (Highly recommended by Ronsley)
In light of our current restrictions, we are doing some armchair travel today. I am so grateful to my great friend Jackie Nourse from The Budget-Minded Traveler & Traveling Jackie who has come on to talk about one of my favorite countries in the world, Argentina. Listen as we both geek out on the time we've each spent there, the places we love as we share our notes on this gorgeous place. We get into some of the places you might want to consider visiting (or living), costs of living there, what you can expect and so much more. Join us we take a deep look into the world's 8th largest country in terms of size, Argentina. Grab the full show notes with all the links here!Tune In To Learn:08:50 How To Fall In Love With Argentina 13:05 The Essence of the Argentinian People & Language 21:45 The Must Do's Of The Northern Region + Wine 26:40 The Gateway To Patagonia + Craft Beer + Outdoor Adventures 34:30 What Are Refugio's & Those Epic Hiking Trails 39:30 Logistics & Costs For The Budget-Minded Independent Traveler 45:55 The Spots That Are Jackie's Favorites in the Patagonia Area 50:15 The Southernmost Point In The World (Or Is It?) & Indiana Jones Type Adventures 52:30 Let's Talk Digital Nomad Life in Argentina & The Costs of Living 58:30 Jackie's Top Travel Tips & Tricks For Argentina And so much more
Taking a Leap and Bringing Others With You with Jackie Nourse
Life as Leadership: Where Leaders Gather to Grow Together
Download a year’s worth of weekly action steps to improve your leadership for FREE! Jackie Nourse is the host of the international hit podcast JUMP with Traveling Jackie, and she is the founder of The Budget-Minded Traveler, an award-winning blog and community designed to encourage and equip US-Americans to travel overseas. She also hosts adventure trips and retreats for her audience, leads mentorship programs for women, and blogs about adventure travel and lifestyle at TravelingJackie.com. She is a four-time study abroad alum, a linguist (with five languages and counting), and a serial expat. Her work has been featured by Self, Business Insider, Forbes, and more. LEADERSHIP INSIGHTSNearly everything in your life has come from a decision you have madePeople largely underestimate their own resourcefulnessLife is what you make it. Do you even know what you want?As you grow, be aware that your passions and work may need to expand as wellInvite people to join you in a common mission QUESTIONS TO INSPIRE US TO ACTIONWhat is some lesson, saying, or experience that continues to influence your leadership to this day? Do what's right, not what's easyUse three descriptors to finish this sentence: “A leader is…” 1. Willing to serve 2. Sees a need and meets it 3. Believes in what they're doing.What is a question that leaders should be asking either themselves or others? "Am I worth following?"What book would you recommend to leaders? Essentialism by Greg McKeown and Braving the Wilderness by Brené BrownIf you could get every listener to start doing something THIS week to help them be a better leader, what would it be? Don't be wishy-washy in your decisions. Make a decision and stand behind it.As a general life principle, is it better to ask “why?” or “why not?” Both of them! We have to be asking it means you're not just taking everything at face value. Ask all the questions!Final word: Make sure you are being authentic and are standing behind your actions and beliefs, even when you're standing alone. CONNECT WITH JACKIE:Twitter: @travelingjackieInstagram: @travelingjackieWebsite: www.thebudgetmindedtraveler.comWebsite: www.travelingjackie.comCONNECT WITH JOSHInstagram: @joshuafriedemanEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic credits:DJ Quads | Cruise Around | Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/akadjquads/cruisearoundDJ Quads | Smile | https://soundcloud.com/akadjquads/smileDJ Quads | It Just Makes Me Happy | Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/akadjquads/itjustmakesmehappy Want a FREE list of weekly action steps to improve your leadership? Download the Leadership Action List TODAY!
#142 Language Hacking, Being a Budget Minded Traveler and Becoming an FT Adventure Travel Blogger with Traveling Jackie Nourse
Live Different Podcast
Jackie Nourse is a serial expat, linguist (5 languages and counting!), and four-time study alum. She is also the host of the hit podcast JUMP with Traveling Jackie and the founder of the award-winning blog, The Budget-Minded Traveler. Through the Budget-Minded Traveler platform, Jackie provides comprehensive online courses that teaches helpful and practical tips so others can travel the way she does. Having mastered the art of traveling and living on a budget has allowed Jackie to continue traveling on a consistent basis. Nowadays, she hosts retreats and adventure trips for her audience, blogs about her life and adventure travels at Traveling Jackie, and leads mentorship programs for women. Fueled by an insatiable wanderlust, Jackie is passionate about helping and encouraging others (particularly US citizens) to get out and see the world in a realistic, rewarding, affordable, and sustainable manner. This week’s episode talks about ways to effectively (and easily) learn a new language, understanding blogging as a business, and establishing one’s brand and name. Jackie also shares how she discovered the adventure travel scene, what people get when they flex their courage muscles and put themselves out there, and how she deals with loneliness. For those who want to learn a new language, Jackie offers the following insight, “Listening is the key to fluency.”
Chatting with Jackie Nourse of The Budget Minded Traveler on Our Podcast Anniversaries
Hayden & Jackie ramble about: Technology, AirBnb, language learning, Sprenchtalianish, how The Budget Minded Traveler and Travel Stories Podcast have changed & authenticity. It's Thursday, we're checking in with Hayden and his nomadic motorcycle journey through every country in mainland Europe and celebrating two years of TSP & four years of BMT. Get in Touch with Hayden on Instagram: @backpackdigital
060: Tips for Traveling On A Budget With Jackie Nourse
The Sacred Medicine Podcast
This was such a fun interview! Being an avid traveler, I wanted to find out all of the secrets to traveling without breaking the bank. This week, Jackie Norse tells us how to do it! Jackie Nourse is the founder and host of The Budget-Minded Traveler, an award-winning blog, podcast, and community designed to encourage and equip Americans to travel overseas. Oh and she is also a three-time study abroad alum, author, linguist (four languages and counting), and serial expat. Traveling is such a big part of my life. I want it to be a big part of yours as well, inexpensively while still being fun! Jackie’s wisdom will help you get there. We jammed on: How to get started with planning a trip How to save money for your dream trip Learn how to save money on the booking process and accommodations The perks of traveling alone Which airlines allow your friend to fly for free Learn all about Jackie’s nomadic lifestyle Show notes: http://www.margaretromero.com/episode60