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Simply deciding where to travel as a nomad can be tricky. Every country has different entry and visa laws, and it’s easier to travel with some passports than others. Unfortunately, people who have to apply for a visa to go almost anywhere face an unnecessary and unfair barrier to seeing the world.
In today’s episode, my guest is Vangile Makwakwa, a South African, a nomad, and a money coach. We talk about discriminatory visa processes, her personal nomad style, her favorite countries she’s visited, and how to navigate money trauma when moving abroad.
In this episode:
The different home bases Vangile has had around the world depending on where she is in lifeWhy her podcast focuses primarily on helping Black women invest in real estate in African countries
How her South African passport influences where she goes and why she primarily goes to countries that are more welcoming to Black people
The discrimination of some Western countries’ visa processes, making it difficult for Black and Brown people to explore the world
Vangile’s work as a money coach, her focus on ancestral money trauma, and how our relationship with money connects to our nervous system
How moving to another country affects your finances
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