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S2 Ep 6 | Why & How I Quit My Job to Eat at Every Vegan Restaurant in the United States | Kristin Lajeunesse

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Show Notes

On today’s episode, we’ll be talking to Kristin Lajeunesse. Kristin was perhaps one of the first vegan travel bloggers, or at least the first one that I had ever heard of. Back in 2011, she decided to undertake the rather daunting but delicious task of visiting every single vegan restaurant in the US while living in a van. She will be talking about how her epic journey and how this trip really changed how she sees the world. If you have ever considered long term solo travel especially as a woman, then listen to what Kristin has to say about this topic. We also touch on how this kind of travel can change your outlook on the world so please take a listen.

Kristin’s interview was one of the interviews I recorded back as COVID for an online event I was planning at that time and COVID was kicking off.  I had to edit out a couple of parts and you might notice at the end there is a bit of a big cut. We were actually making predictions about how long covid might impact travel, which of course is a little inaccurate and outdated, hence the cut. I hope it doesn’t impact too much.

Timestamps

03:36 Kristin’s crazy travel experience WTF Vegan Food
09:07 Van life for solo women
13:56 Continuing the adventure
19:58 How travel changed her
28:13 Kristin’s Favourite destinations

​Learn more about what we talk about

4 hour work week by Tim Ferris
Kristine LaJeunesse memoir
Casa Albets – vegan hotel near Barcelona

Other World Vegan Travel content connected with this episode

# 13 | Being a Vegan in Madrid and Spain | Diana Esteban
# 7 | Traveling as a Vegan in Greece | Nina from Lemons and Luggage

Connect with Kristin

Kristin’s Instagram
WTF Vegan Food blog and Instagram
KML Collective – Kristin’s copywriting business
​Kristin’s Marketing site

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