Have you ever said “I wish I could just pack it all up and live out on the open road?” One woman who is defying expectations and doing that right now is Christiane Palpant. After a health scare put her in the hospital, she decided to leave her corporate job, renovate a sprinter van into living space, and travel the country! On a recent episode of “What’s Next!”, Amy Sweezey shares Palpant’s story and looked at the ways more people can make the changes they want to see in their life before major life events happen.
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