97: Moving to Idaho, Part 1

Moving to Idaho, Part 1

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I moved from Southern California to the Boise area of Idaho a year ago. I’ve shared parts of that transition on social media, and in this week’s episode, I brought on 4 friends that I’ve made who have also moved from another state to Idaho within the last year-ish. We share aspects of our stories, challenges, and perspective on what it means to start over, embrace a new beginning, and navigate the complicated emotions that come with it. This will be a multi-part series, and we are excited to share the origin stories.


Taryn Perry

Kristin Hirai

Kaitlin Bauer

Melissa Reese

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