We are all looking forward to a post-pandemic world, and many people are even starting to put together their travel itinerary, determining what to do and where to go. My first guest, Isabel Leong, is a digital nomad, SEO coach, and full-time travel blogger from Singapore who provides helpful tips and resources for other travelers to be able to travel smarter, longer, and more affordably.
She joins us today to share some financial savvy tips for how to travel in a post-pandemic world and also discusses how to be flexible with your dates and destination when traveling, how to research your travel destinations accordingly, how to fulfill your travel dreams, and more!
Wouldn’t it be good to know that all of our critical life details are organized in an easy and simple way so that they’re readily available in the case of a medical emergency, sudden death, or other unexpected tragedy? My second guest, Tina Ginn, is a professional app developer, financial expert, and best-selling author who helps others figure out how to organize their details in case of any emergency or unexpected tragedy.
She joins us today to discuss financial “taboo” topics including preparedness strategies for medical emergencies, sudden death, and unexpected tragedies. Tina also talks about protecting our investments, avoiding the possibility of unclaimed money, having the right documents and information in order for ourselves and our family, and the importance of having a family conversation about how we want things to be handled in the case of an emergency or sudden tragedy.
Isabel Leong is a digital nomad and full-time travel blogger from Singapore who pulls from her own world travels and lessons and shares her tried and tested travel tips to help others take action and fulfill their travel dreams.
After spending 6 months in Europe visiting 16 countries, 55 cities, and 11 European languages later, she moved on to working and traveling the North and South island of New Zealand for another 6 months.
After the 6-month working holiday in New Zealand, and working from Japan for another 8 months, Isabel is back home in Singapore, planning the next off-beaten path.
Since traveling independently from 2015 and after countless reviews of hotels and tours, she has slowly redefined the meaning of travel.
Isabel created her platform to share travel adventures and tips that she has learned through being on the road, and provides destination guides to millennial and student travelers who seek to spend less and travel more.
During her travels, Isabel had to peruse different websites in search of her next travel idea while researching about a country’s cultures and routes, and it wasn’t an easy task. She always wished there was someone experienced, honest, and reliable who could tell her things she wished she knew before stepping foot into a foreign land.
Now that Isabel has amassed a wealth of travel knowledge from her own personal experience, she is sharing them with other fellow travelers so that they can travel smarter, longer, and more affordably.
Tina Ginn is a professional app developer, financial expert, and best-selling author who helps others figure out how to organize their details in case of any emergency or unexpected tragedy.
Her podcast, Your Backup Plan - Talking Taboo Podcast, talks all about emergency preparedness and how to get all of your critical life's details organized in order to create your own backup or emergency plan.
Tina helps others organize their important details in case of any medical emergency, sudden death, or unexpected tragedy so that they can avoid any unnecessary stress on themselves and their family.
It’s essential to be prepared for the inevitable situations that occur in our lives. The stresses involved with life tragedies can be overwhelming for us. Knowing you have a plan can bring some much needed peace of mind.