Stovetop Travel (Case Study #13)

What does your ideal global life look like? That’s the question Sabrina and I have been asking people around the world for our Living Your Ideal Global Life case studies. Even though the Living Your Ideal Global Life Summit is over, we’re going to continue posting new case studies. Enjoy!

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Sasha Martin is a stovetop traveler who takes her family all over the world via her kitchen. Author of Life From Scratch, Sasha lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and cooks meals from around the world with her family as a way to stay connected with the world. You can find her at GlobalTableAdventure.com.

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About the Author: Dr. Cate Brubaker

Dr. Cate Brubaker is on a mission to make re-entry after living abroad a positive, transformational force (even when it’s not easy…especially when it’s not easy)! Cate is the author of the Re-Entry Roadmap workbook and the Study Abroad Re-entry Toolkit. Cate has lived in Germany, worked and traveled in 37 countries on four continents, and has helped all kinds of globetrotters successfully navigate global transitions for over 20 years.

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2 thoughts on “Stovetop Travel (Case Study #13)”

  1. I can so relate to this (although in a much less structured and formal way). Food and drink can transport us to another place, create new memories, and bring back old ones.

    I also love the term “stovetop traveler”!

    • I love it, too!

      I take snaps of my food when I’m traveling because it sparks so many memories of my trip afterwards. I rarely post any of the photos but I love having the record. And I always have a list of food (well, desserts) I want to eat at my destination.

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