Nathan was born and raised in England, but has bounced back between his home and the U.S. We talk about what’s different about American culture, family ties, and why there’s no place like home.
We’re releasing two new episodes today!
We’ve been sitting on these for a while now because, just like we’ve learned from our chats, life can sweep you up and take you on a new adventure before you even have a chance to blink. But these episodes reminded us why we started this podcast. Everyone’s story can teach you something, no matter when you hear it.
We hope you enjoy them!
—David & Mari
Zach enlisted in the Navy out of high school, and realized he had a passion for photography. He's been documenting the lives of his fellow sailors and is hitting the books while active duty. We talk about about making the decision to serve our country, and leaving the cell phone behind to have some real-world experiences.
This week we're turning the microphones back on ourselves, reflecting on a move from Upstate NY to D.C. Spoiler: The process of moving actually sucks. And Mari won't be getting her trucker's license anytime soon. But it's also raising bigger questions about what "home" means, and how you know when you've found the right place to settle down.
After graduating, Ian moved out to LA to start his career in the film industry. But several years later, he found himself working on a farm in Europe where he didn't even speak the language. Now back in the U.S., Ian shares how he found a new passion—and how he ended up face-to-face with a stampeding herd of cows.
Darragh is making a place for herself in New York City. She's a Philly girl at heart, but sometimes following your dreams means making tough choices and big changes. We talk about the reality of our parents getting older, falling into the fashion industry, and how it's even possible to juggle a full slate of jobs to get through college.