Welcome to The Good Dirt, Episode 29!
Mary and Emma chat with Alissa Hessler, creator of Urban Exodus, a project highlighting people from a variety of backgrounds who have made the switch from urban to rural living. Alissa tells the story of her own life transformation, from chasing the career and paycheck to creating a more intentional life and more meaningful work in a rural setting. The message is not that you have to move to the country to have the life you desire, but about making choices in the direction of what you want, regardless of where you live or what you think is holding you back. Alissa encourages everyone to pay attention to those dreams. It’s never too late to make a shift in your own life story!
Listen to our conversation below!
1:40 – Use #ladyfarmerinthecity and share with us your posts!
5:40 – Let’s get into the interview!
9:00 – Alyson talks about her backstory
18:00 – Raising a child in the country
23:00 – Your worth is not based off your paycheck
26:00 – Things that hold people back from moving to a rural area
30:00 – Getting the benefits of rural living without making the move
34:00 – Learning from 2020
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