Episode 142: Starved in Africa by National Geographic

Living Unconventionally Podcast Britany Felix

In today’s special episode, I’m doing another Living Unconventionally Facebook Community Member Spotlight.

Today’s spotlight is on Mimi Schector and we talk about her epic 5-week trek across the African Serengeti as part of a documentary for National Geographic in which she was starved (less than 400 calories/day while walking for 6-8 hours each day), chased by wild animals, and forced to swim across alligator-infested waters.

We also talk about how she’s currently finding the balance between working a “stable” corporate job and experiencing the adventure she craves.

Check out Mimi’s featurette for the Mygrations documentary:


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