What if we told you that you could take one trip EACH month in 2023? One trip in January, one trip in February, one trip in March, and so on and so on. And what if we said that you didn’t need a huge savings account? Or access to weeks of paid leave. Or to quit your job. Or switch to working remotely. Would you think we’re crazy?
Well, you can. 2023 can be your “Year of Travels”!
It’s been done before and you can design your year to do it as well.
In this session, you’ll hear from Jen Ruiz, a full-time lawyer who worked 9-5 when she took the “12 Trips in 12 Months” challenge. She traveled to over 40 cities across 11 countries in 12 months. You could find her sipping a mojito in Cuba on Sunday afternoon and back in court by 9 am on Monday morning.
Initially, she did it to spice up the last year of her 20s. Eventually, her “Year of Travels” led her to changing her life completely and following her passions. It’s worth considering how significantly shaking up your life next year might change your life for the better too.
This session will take you through everything you need to know to plan your own year-long travel challenge and make 2023 a year you’ll never forget.
Join us to learn…
- The psychology behind a travel challenge and why it works
- How to find affordable flights in 2023
- PTO hacks you need to know to make the most of your limited time off
- How to plan and announce a travel challenge to hold yourself accountable
About the Speaker
Jen Ruiz (@jruiz029) is a lawyer turned full-time travel blogger and author. She is an Amazon bestseller, TEDx speaker, and award-winning journalist. She has been featured by The Washington Post and ABC News for how she regularly books roundtrip flights around the world for under $400. Her memoir, “12 Trips in 12 Months,” is signed to Blackstone Publishing for release in fall 2023. Jen is the solo female traveler behind Jen on a Jet Plane and has an audience of over 340,000 travelers.