The Nomad Narratives Podcast, Episode 10 – Tiffany Schureman: A Girl and Her Passport

The Nomad Narratives Podcast, Episode 10 – Tiffany Schureman: A Girl and Her Passport

This week, Julie interviews Tiffany Schureman, an expat and the blogger behind A Girl and Her Passport. Tiffany has led an interesting career. She has lived in the Caribbean, Qatar, and now in Greece. Tiffany and Julie talk about everything from life as an expat life, to culture, perspective-taking, and so much more. Here is Tiffany’s nomad narrative!

Other things we talk about in this episode:

  • Life as an expat
  • Working as an archivist
  • Living as a single woman in a Middle Eastern country
  • Preparing yourself for a life of travel
  • Taking the necessary steps to educate yourself on any country you decide to live in


A Girl and Her Passport

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2022-11-01T18:04:27-04:00 Virtual Office|2 Comments


  1. Stefanie Sirola October 3, 2018 at 1:18 PM

    I just listened to your podcast with Tiffany Schureman from A Girl And Her Passport. What a delight! We used to work together in NYC more than 15 years ago before wanderlust took hold of her. She has blossomed into such a self assured woman of the world, both literally and figuratively. She’s living the life that I’ve always dreamed of! Brava, my friend! Your studies and hard work have truly paid off and I couldn’t be happier for you!

    • CTC October 5, 2018 at 11:40 AM

      Thanks for listening Stefanie! She is wonderful and we’ll definitely be having her back on the podcast – there is a lot more of her story to tell!

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