Wendy Villalta has spent most of her life trying to fit in.
Her biological parents are immigrants from Mexico and El Salvador, but at age 10, she was put into foster care and was later adopted by a white, Jewish family. So it’s no no surprise that her sense of identity took a while to solidify.
Most of us have had moments in our lives, when we felt we don’t belong. But what happens when you finally figure it out, only to realize that society doesn’t agree with you? How important is external validation?
Victoria Marin brings us the story.
Many people talk about the outdoors as an inexpensive place to play — a place where you don’t need money to have fun. But how true is that?
This episode comes to us from a woman named Charlsie Shaver, who yearns to build a life outdoors, but hasn't yet managed to do so.
Her story explores what it means to dream, and what it takes to make a change in your life.