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Date: March 7, 2022
Episode: WeNomad Episode 6
Title: Lurie Kimmerle on Digital Nomading, Female Entrepreneur Challenges, & Overcoming Fears
If you’re looking to create a life of freedom and fulfillment, make sure to listen to this episode of the WeNomad podcast.
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About Lurie Kimmerle
Lurie works with women who are on their spiritual journeys, helping them to break out of the patriarchal mindsets that they may have been raised in through community work, exploring different aspects of spirituality, and looking at how the world works from a more feminine perspective.
Right now, she has a program called the High Priestess path, which is in beta and helps women to go through the different stages of breaking out of patriarchal spirituality and into their own spiritual journey.
In This Episode…
I spoke with Lurie Kimmerle about her journey as a business & spiritual coach, how she views money and feminine power, and some of her favorite resources for female entrepreneurs. We also discussed some of the challenges faced by women in business and how to overcome them, as well as her experiences as a digital nomad.
- There are two components to nomading that Lurie likes: Minimalism and constant travel. Living a more minimalistic life as a nomad has revitalized her relationship with money and material things. And moving from place to place has made her feel like she gets more out of life by breaking up the monotony of the same day-to-day routine.
- Lurie’s work helps women reclaim their spirituality for themselves. Too often, women are told what they should believe and how they should practice their spirituality. But when they’re able to break out of these limiting beliefs, they can create their own spirituality that’s more in line with who they are and what they believe.
- There’s a difference between how men and women approach money and entrepreneurship. Partly because in our society, women are conditioned to be caregivers — to become mothers and wives — and men are taught to become providers, the money makers. And for better or for worse, this results in a discrepancy in income.
Resources & Notable Mentions:
- Follow luriekimmerle on Instagram
- Women in Spiritual Deconstruction and Reconstruction Facebook Group
- The Sex-Positive Christian Feminists Podcast
- We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers
- You Are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero
- Pussy: A Reclamation by Regena Thomashauer