“Not everyone who wanders is lost.”
– J.R. R. Tolkein
One of the biggest challenges at midlife is getting unstuck and stepping outside your comfort zone.
It’s not easy, but having new experiences and learning are key to Rock Your Midlife.
In today’s show we explore going within and going without.
First, you’ll learn how to connect with your soul and spirit and how to not absorb other people’s negative energy.
In the second half of the show we’ll share everything you need to know to travel the world ALONE safely! We’ll also discuss how traveling can help you grow and how travel changes as we age.
Buckle up! It’s going to be a great show!
More About My Guests
MICHELLE WELCH is the author of two books, Spirits Unveiled and The Magic of Connection published by Llewelyn Worldwide. She is also the owner of two SoulTopia metaphysical stores in Dallas, TX, where she offers intuitive readings and healing sessions in addition to teaching classes on crystals, tarot, energy work, and intuition. A “reformed attorney,” Michelle is still an active attorney licensed in state of Texas and has lent her intuitive abilities to numerous court cases. She is the host of the SoulWhat podcast and the Michelle SoulTopia YouTube channel. She is also an ordained minister and holds many certificates in various divination and healing modalities. MichelleWelch.com and SoulTopia.guru or MySoulTopia.com As seen on CBS News, Inside Edition, Coast to Coast, The Jenny McCarthy Show, Ask the Oracles, JustBernard, T Love’s Blog Talk Radio, The Morning After, and Good Morning Texas.
Barbara Winard has a B.A. in English literature and an M.S. journalism, both from Boston University, and, later in life at age 55 earned an M.A. in gerontology from the University of Southern California. For 25 years, she was a senior editor of two online encyclopedias for Grolier and Scholastic publishers. Barbara began her 50+ years of solo travels in college, and after returning from a 6-month trip to Asia, she wandered off the street and was hired by the Asia Society in New York City to produce films and print materials for adults and children about Asian culture. She also worked as a film programmer for them and traveled to film festivals around the world. She has produced and written documentaries in or about Morocco, South Korea, Lebanon, Indonesia, Japan and India, among other places. Barbara got her start in film production and writing with New York City’s public television station, WNET/13. After she was laid off from her job at Scholastic at age 71, Barbara took her first group tour ever. This inspired her to start writing about her own travel experiences for the first time in her life. Over the past three years she written a blog called the Baby Bloomer as well as travel articles for TravelAwaits, Road Scholar, Medium, Boomer Café, and other online and print publications.