Season 3, Episode 9. Moving abroad throws so many things into question - your sense of home, your relationships, your career, your comfort zone. In fact, all of these things are also typically thrown into question during another life period: your 20s.
Today's guest hosts a podcast called Quarter Life Living, where she addresses many of the decisions and evolutions we go through during our formative years as a 20-something. Olivia is 26, and she is half-Irish, half-Austrian and has lived in Australia and Sweden. Suffice it to say, she's had her fair share of opportunities to ask these tough questions! In our conversation, we discuss what it was like growing up split between two countries and cultures, family relations as an expat, and the push and pull between settling down and exploring.
On her podcast at Quarter Life Living
On Instagram @QuarterLifeLivingPodcast
Via her business, Say It Right
On LinkedIn @OliviaScheibelreiter
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