Travel the World: Reinvigorate Your Creativity On the Road

Chanel Cartell & Stevo Dirnberger, How Far From Home

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7 Videos (28m)
    • Introduction

    • Travel and Creativity

    • Deciding Where to Go

    • Experiencing the World

    • Sharing Your Journey

    • Final Thoughts

    • Perspective


About This Class

Join Chanel & Stevo from the popular blog How Far From Home for an inspiring 28-minute class on keeping yourself inspired and creative while traveling.

In 2015, they left their advertising jobs, packed 4 bags, and took off. After more than 50,000 miles and 60 destinations in a single year, they're ready to share their insights and secrets. Your "someday" trip can happen sooner than you think!

Learn helpful resources and fun tricks for getting inspired, making money and optimizing your time on the road for learning, adventure and creativity.

Whether you're on an afternoon adventure or a long-term international voyage, travel is a great way to get out of a creative rut and expand your mind and your practice- this class has all you need to get started.

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Interesting ideas. Definitely need to put them to use!
Jodie Krall

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Nice class. Very inspirational. Thanks for sharing your journey.
Some good advice on travel being able to reinvigorate your creative side. Would've like to have seen more travel or destination footage in addition to the authors just talking. Even still images (with Ken Burns effect) would've added some interest. But, still worth going through the course for the advice they have. Thanks!





How Far From Home is a personal project created by award-winning ex-advertising creatives, Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger.

Chanel and Stevo left their comfortable lives in Johannesburg, South Africa in early 2015, to embark on a creative journey around the world. Their mission is to see how far from home they can get – literally to see how many kilometres they can clock up, and figuratively to see how far out of the comfort zone they can push themselves.

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