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Two renowned psychologists offer an innovative approach to solving long-term emotional problems based on the proven principles of cognitive therapy. To rediscover her passions and purpose, Jeannie had to pursue experiences on her own terms. Jeannie Mark gave up a thriving corporate career in 2010 and bought a one-way ticket to India, never looking back. In order to achieve big goals, we need more than wishful thinking to make it happen - We need a winning game plan and a solid process that will support us along the way. We stay busy in our life so we don’t have to deal with stretching outside of our comfort zone.
She had attained all the benchmarks of adulthood — a college degree, a long-term relationship, a career commitment, financial security — but these investments did not add up to happy and fulfilling life.
Leaving the baggage of her conventional journey behind, including the limiting beliefs about age and adventure, Jeannie began her story as “Nomadic Chick”, roaming the world and sharing her discoveries through her writing and mentorship. But if there is one thing I learned was that travel should have been introduced much earlier, post-secondary education much later.
How did you move from a state of disappointment and regret into an active, life-changing stance? What did you have to overcome to make this transition – fears, material obstacles, beliefs about yourself? I sharpened my focus and I began to make small, incremental changes by shaking up my daily routines, until I was able to focus on bigger changes. Were there any opportunities that you missed when you were younger that you are pursuing now? I had an image of what it meant to be a successful writer, that I should have been published by the time I was 25 and if I hadn’t been, it was too late.


From your first destination, India, to your current nomadic adventures, how much planning goes into your travels, and how do you support your journey financially? What could you never have discovered about yourself without the challenges of long-term travel?
I think people related to my story and to my writing style and I’d receive messages from other women asking how I broke into writing.
Do you see any continuity between the person you were, going through the motions day after day in an unsatisfying job, and the person you’re becoming through world travel?
What have you had to learn about writing and entrepreneurship to sustain your nomadic lifestyle? Dollars earned from freelance writing is poured back into my brand or any entrepreneurial ideas that I want to run with.
Four years later, she’s still roaming the world, sharing her stories and insights on Nomadic Chick. I visited Brussels for the first time this summer because I was starting a tour of Europe and luckily a good friend is also living there -- you know, the two birds scenario. What do you hope to accomplish through your upcoming retreat in Costa Rica, Creative Revolution 2015?
It was also finally owning my gift instead of trying to make it bigger or splashier than it was.
I still have my quirks, pluses and flaws, but what’s different is my capacity to understand myself better and be clear about my motivations. She’s also the co-founder of Creative Revolution Retreats, a yearly retreat devoted to supporting women through writing and self-care, with their first retreat kicking off February 3-10, 2015 in Costa Rica. At the same time, I also learned how resilient I was for taking on so much and dealing with it fairly well, considering the many wacky circumstances of my life! Cutting my spending, moving into a cheaper apartment, selling items I hadn’t used for years. I’m great at bringing people together and offering what I know, along with what I add to writing to the writing realm.


I operate on a “no regrets” policy these days and have been lucky enough to see and do too many amazing things to sum up here. This allowed me to become a daydreamer -- to picture what life I wanted to lead and how I could make that happen. My business partner and I, Leigh Shulman, are both writers, but we are also female writers. My coworkers were visibly shocked because for them, they saw me in a particular role, not realizing that I had talents in other areas. Now I finance myself through earnings from my site and my entrepreneurial endeavours -- one being my writer’s retreat. This may sound rhetorical and who cares, but the challenges we both face as female writers is universal. Living in economical countries like Thailand, China or Panama offers me immeasurable freedom, which is perfect for a dreamer like me. People don’t give up, if something has to be done, they figure out how to fix that tire, fashion a bed frame from bits and bobs of wood, or cook their food in a rejigged oil drum.
Women are still taught to never take risks, to not trust themselves or assert themselves in a positive way.
I sound patronizing because some of the countries I’m referring to are considered third world, but I always view it as ingenious.
We come from a culture that sometimes has nonsensical rules, which are blindly followed and create a vacuum of defeat and resignation.



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