Episode 65: On Fake Freedom & Relentless Self-Honesty
Featuring Nicole Antoinette
Nicole Antoinette started living on the road solo this past spring, but as you’ll hear, she has her sights set on a lot more than road travel alone. Because when a big life transition became the catalyst for living in a camper, Nicole wanted to take stock of everything in her life and experiment with what it looks like when you intentionally start from scratch.
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In this episode, you'll hear:
What Nicole likes about the Ford Transit Connect van as a camper
What major life events led Nicole to moving into her van
The joys and struggles of being self-employed and location-independent
Nicole explains “fake freedom” and how we all can get caught in it
The questions Nicole reflects on when she wants to get to the honest answers
How this chapter of transformation may evolver her business
The balance between honesty and privacy online
What makes the boring important
How self care changes once you move into a van
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