Welcome to this episode of the Why We Travel Podcast. In this episode, we talk with Natalie, a digital nomad from the UK, about how culture and travel can impact our mental health.

My name is Natalie, and I’m a digital nomad from the UK. Having spent the last six years travelling, studying, and working abroad, it’s safe to say that I’m a bit of a travel addict!
I recently completed my studies in psychology, and have come to see how strongly connected culture, travel, and mental health really are, inspiring me to hit the road again for another adventure. However, this time I will be digging beneath the surface, and exploring how culture and travel can impact mental health!

On the Show Today You’ll Learn:

  • What is the relationship between psychology and traveling?
  • What kind of positive impact traveling has on a person’s mental state?
  • What is the first thing you can do to get out of your comfort zone?
  • Downsides of being a solo traveler
  • Happy, peaceful, and easy places to start with
  • And more

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