Following Paraluman is not your ordinary podcast. In this series, we aim to talk about different kind of things and topics ranging from art, culture, travel, faith and so on. The word 'paraluman' means 'muse' in my native tongue, Tagalog. We aspire to follow everything and everyone who inspires us creatively, personally and spiritually.
Ah, such a dreaded word.
Honestly, whenever people ask me why I'm still single, I just feel like I'd rather crawl back into the earth than answer their question. Well, not really, but you do get the picture.
So instead of explaining myself over and over again, I figured that a podcast episode should suffice.
I'm really not one to explain myself nor my choices in life, but this is a topic that I feel like I should speak about. So here it is.
Why I'm choosing to stay single in my mid-twenties? The reason is in the episode. Listen now!
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I cannot think of any episode to publish that is more apt to what is happening today. So, if you are wondering what today is, well, it is the 122nd Independence Day in the Philippines. But to be quite honest with you, we do not really feel independent. What are we really from?
On this episode, I am joined by my good friend from university, Eugene Velasco. Join us as we talk about the Philippines, moving to a completely different country, and the reason why we left our motherland. Eugene, who is now based in Auckland (NZ), is such an inspiration to many, and I am so glad that he got to join me on this very important and emotional episode.
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To my fellow Filipinos, padayon!
Before this pandemic started, I was travelling through Latin America with a bunch of friends. We paid no mind to the Corona Virus when we first heard about it in January, and this lead to all of us going our separate ways but still travelling through the Americas.
By the time March came, I was already getting settled into my new home in Medellin, Colombia, but one unexpected thing happened: I got massively sick for two weeks. My house mates thought it was Corona, and at one point, I had thought that too.
So I scrambed to get out out of South America and into Asia...well, I tried. With the pandemic comes the price of many cancelled flights and countries closing its borders. Will I get home alive? Well, you would have to listen to this newest episode to find out!
This is the debut episode for the second season of the Following Paraluman Podcast Series. I am so excited to get back into podcasting again, and I hope you guys love it as much as the episodes on the first season.
For more travel stories and photographs, head onto www.danicatanjutco.com.
After a few months of hiatus, I am back with yet another podcast episode!
For this episode, we are joined by my good friend, Saniya Rao, as we talk about how to become a Sacred Woman. We recorded this podcast episode in the mountains of Morocco, so forgive me for all the cow's moo-ing. Ha!
To know more about Saniya's works, you can find her teaching yoga in Dakar, Senegal. More details about her website will be put on soon.
For now, I hope you enjoy this episode and have a great day wherever you may be!
Hi, guys! Sorry for the hiatus last week...the internet here in Morocco is not the best.
But we are back with yet another episode of the Following Paraluman Podcast Series, and this week, we talked about travelling as a vegetarian. We are joined by my co-teacher, co-volunteer, and all-around friend, Kaitlyn Magnus.
I am currently in Chefchaouene, Morocco and the wifi is very limited but I will try to continually post a podcast episode every week, as always. Ha!
You can find Kaitlyn on social media by using the handle: @kaitlynmagnus.
You can find Dani on social media by using the handle: @dmtanjutco, and her blog, www.danicatanjutco.com.
We would love to hear your thoughts on travelling as a vegetarian, and what you would love to hear on the podcast. Let us know by sending a message!
Have a blessed week ahead, everyone. Blessings!
Hello, everyone! Greetings from Agadir, Morocco. I am currently on a weekend trip with my new friend, co-volunteer, and this week's podcast guest, Sania Palacios. The vibe here is so serene, a bit touristy, but vibrant, and we love it here so much! Although we have to go back to reality tomorrow and head back to Taroudant for the last week of my volunteer journey as an ESL Teacher.
Anyway, on this episode we talked all about hitchhiking in Morocco. To be honest, I did my very first hitchhiking experience today and it wasn't as scary and as weird as people pertain it to be. It was fun...but we all ought to be very careful. Stream this podcast episode to know what went down during the trip!
You can find Sania on social media by using the handle: @sania_plcs.
You can find Dani on social media by using the handle: @dmtanjutco, and her blog: www.danicatanjutco.com.
See you all next week for yet another episode, and have a great week ahead! Blessings.
Hey, everyone! How are you all doing? Hope everything is fine!
As for me, I'd like to apologise at how 'bad' I sound in this podcast. I was currently battling a very bad cough + cold as we were doing the interview. But nonetheless, I think that this is a great episode where you will get to learn a lot about Germany. Not only that, we are joined by my amazing pal, Leon Kitzmann, whom I met in the Lion City of Singapore earlier this year.
In this episode, we talked about how having a German passport has helped Leon in his travel choices, breaking stereotypes on Germans, tips on travelling Germany, how I got detained in Germany a week ago (crazy, i know), and so much more! So don't forget to give this podcast episode a listen.
As Leon is a very private person, he requested that all questions you would like to ask him be sent to me directly.
You can find me on social media by using the handle: @dmtanjutco, and my blog, www.danicatanjutco.com.
Still in chilly Morocco, but I hope you are all having a wonderful time wherever you are. Blessings!
Hey, everyone! How are you all doing? I hope all is well, and you're all doing great. As for me, I am currently battling a cold and a terrible case of rice withdrawal...it's a thing. I am currently in Taroudant, Morocco, and I am so happy to have finally set foot in Africa.
For this week's episode, we are diving into a new approach. Normally I talk about a specific topic with my guests, but this week, we will be talking about different topics. We are joined by Joseph Kennedy of Content Pathway from U.K.'s #1 Environmental Copywriter. We talked about everything from his experiences whilst living in the U.K., having a traveller as a mum, how he got into environmental copywriting, and so much more.
Make sure to grab a pint of cold beer or a hot cup of tea as your stream this episode.
You can find Joseph by using the handles: @capturejoseph and @stingynomad. You can visit his website and know more about what he does at https://cpath.co.uk/.
You can find Dani by using the handle: @dmtanjutco. You can visit her website at http://danicatanjutco.com/.
I hope you all have a great week ahead, and blessings!
Hey, everyone. I am currently in Chiang Mai, Thailand and I would say that I love it here...too bad I'll be headed to Morocco in a few days.
For this week's episode, we are joined by the Lopez Family from Traveling Our Roots and we talked about how they travel as a family. Is it doable? Is it possible? How do they deal with their children on the road, and so much more!
You can find the Lopez Family on social media by using the handle: @travelingourroots. Their blog is, www.travelingourroots.com.
You can find Dani on social media by using the handle: @dmtanjutco. Her blog is, www.danicatanjutco.com.
See you all next week for yet another awesome podcast episode! Blessings!
Hey, everybody! Greetings from the beautiful place that is Bangkok, Thailand.
This week, I am joined by Ron Canimo, a good friend and former university school mate, and we talked about everything about his life, and life as a student leader in general.
Also, I would like to apologise for the random noises. I recorded this episode on the rooftop of my hostel so city noises can be heard. Heh!
You can find Ron on social media by using the handle; @roncanimoph. Here is the link to the article he mentioned in the podcast: https://roncanimo.wordpress.com/2017/12/05/of-saving-lives-and-restoring-humankind-a-footprints-chronicle/.
You can find Dani on social media by using the handle; @dmtanjutco. Follow her on her around-world-adventures at danicatanjutco.com.
Thank you so much for listening, and I will see you next week. Blessings!
Hey, everyone! How are you all doing? As for me, just packing and taking in every moment spent in my beautiful Philippines. I will be heading off again on my next great adventure, so I don't know when I'll be back. *sad*
Speaking of Philippines, I am very proud to say the our guest for this episode is my very first Filipino guest! Wooot! In this episode, we are joined by my friend, Charie Valerio, and we talked about balancing her life as a career woman and also as a student. To be honest, I still don't know how she does it. If you want to know, don't forget to give this podcast episode a listen!
You can find Charie by following her on social media by using the handle: @charievalerio.
You can find Dani by following her on social media by using the handle: @dmtanjutco, and her blog; danicatanjutco.com.
I hope you enjoyed this episode, and wow, we survived our first month! Yay! More episodes soon and have a great week ahead. Blessings x
Hey, everyone! Another Sunday means another episode for the Following Paraluman Podcast Series.
For this episode, we will be talking about life as a digital nomad. How does one become a digital nomad? Are there any limitations? Also, what exactly is a digital nomad? We are joined by a very special friend, Mariano Martene, an Argentinian whom I met in the Lion City of Singapore earlier this year. We also talked about how the digital nomad lifestyle makes one a minimalist, so make sure to stream this episode!
You can find Mariano by following his social media using the handle: @marianomartene. Also, his Facebook page: www.facebook.com/TheDigitalMarketingChallenge/.
You can find Dani by following her on social media using the handle: @dmtanjutco. Also, her Facebook page: www.facebook.com/followingparaluman/, and her blog, www.danicatanjutco.com.
Also, don't forget to stream my other episodes! Have a great week ahead, and stay tuned next Sunday for another episode! Blessings x
Here we go, another Sunday. This only means one thing; another episode of the Following Paraluman Podcast Series is live!
This week, we interviewed Melody Brocke, a good friend and an upcoming school mate of mine. In this episode, we talked about working and/or volunteering as an English teacher abroad. We also talked about getting the TEFL, breaking language barriers and so much more. She also shared about her experiences in the beautiful country of Costa Rica!
So if you are aspiring to teach English abroad, then make sure to stay tuned for this week's episode.
You can find Melody on social media by using the handle: @melshmallow046.
You can find Dani on social media by using the handle: @dmtanjutco, and her blog, www.danicatanjutco.com.
Again, so sorry if I sounded so lame and dazed in this episode. It was the sinus infection. Ugh! But I will see you next week for yet another episode, and thanks so much for tuning in!
Welcome back to yet another episode of the Following Paraluman Podcast Series! You already know it, this is not your ordinary podcast series.
For our second episode, we will be talking about God's calling. How do we know that He is calling us to do something? How are we supposed to feel? How do we obey? In this episode, we will be joined by a very special guest; a good friend, and a very inspiring woman, Hannah Hornibrook.
This will be a very interesting topic, so get yourself a comfortable seat and some drinks, because this podcast is about to begin.
You can find Hannah on social media by using the username: @joyzs. She is currently working on a blog, so I will post it here once it is done.
You can find Dani on social media by using the username: @dmtanjutco, and you can check out her blog at www.danicatanjutco.com.
Make the most out of the coming week, and come back next Sunday for yet another episode! See ya!
Welcome to the very first episode of the Following Paraluman Podcast Series! As I would like to say, this is not your ordinary podcast.
For our very first episode, we will be talking about remote work: how to start, manage and balance a remote career. We will be joined by a very special guest, friend, and amazing internet marketer, Lukas Pekarcik.
So go get yourself a nice cup of hot tea or a cold pint of beer, sit back, relax and we hope you enjoy the show.
You can find Lukas by following him on social media using @5peko37. His blog is currently under maintenance, but as soon as it is up, I will post it here.
You can find Dani by following her on social media using @dmtanjutco, and her blog, www.danicatanjutco.com.
Have a wonderful week ahead, and see you next Sunday for yet another episode. Ciao!