Episode 63: Wellness, RVs, and Earning Degrees
Featuring Faith Austin
Faith Austin is following her gut, even when it defies the norm. From her views on body positivity and mental health to her decision to move into a trailer after earning her college degree, Faith decided to embrace a life of trusting herself and seeing where it takes her-- including the open road.
Find the episode below, on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, GooglePlay, or wherever you stream podcasts.
In this episode, you'll hear:
What type of trailer Faith got, and why she wanted one she could renovate
Faith explains her business and how she is able to take it on the road
Where Faith started on her journey of physical and mental wellness
The ways Faith plans to manage her health while on the road
How Faith views her role as a wellness coach
An important lesson Faith has learned from her clients
The improvements Faith has made to her RV trailer
How friends, family, and co-workers reacted to Faith’s decision to move into a trailer
Why it’s fun to place a food delivery order when you live in a trailer or camper
Faith’s thoughts on why it’s important to trust your instincts
Follow Faith on Instagram - @faithsnotsoaveragelife
Faith’s website - Faith’s Not So Average Life
Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates on our WOTR Camp Out happening this October near Moab, Utah!
Women On The Road on Instagram - @womenontheroad
Sponsor Websites & Codes:
Modern Oats- Use code WOMENONTHEROAD20for 20% off a single order
Costa Sunglasses- Founded over 35 years ago by fishermen who wanted to stay on the water longer, Costa Sunglasses are engineered to help people across all pursuits make the most of their time on the water. For those who need water to breathe. www.costasunglasses.com
Enjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support!
Episodes air weekly on Fridays - subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode.
Music is by Jason Shaw and Josh Woodward.
WOTR podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.