Episode 12

Published on:

18th Jun 2020

And then the lava came

Adam from Give Kefir shares a tale of global wanderings, packing up and living in a motorhome, thoughts on Consumerism and most importantly, how he and his family found themselves giving away Kefir in Siem Reap Cambodia.

The pre-Covid tale stretches from Montana to Hawaii, includes sleeping under the stars and living in up and up U.S. suburbs and covers so many of the dilemmas inherent in modern life.

About my guest:

Adam Close is a Social Entrepreneur and with his wife, is co-founder of Give Kefir. Give Kefir is a probiotic brewery and tasting room in Siem Reap, Cambodia offering probiotic teas,water kefir, kombucha and jun.

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About the Podcast

Gone Workabout
People that move talk about the things that matter most
People that move talk about the things that matter most with host Oliver Happy. They each share their journey and talk about the things that matter most.

Originally from Aotearoa (New Zealand), Oliver has lived overseas for 17 years and counting, including a decade in Australia. Now based in the UK, the experience of moving and an interest in diverse walks of life form running themes.

Topics include: Travel, moving country for work, work-life balance, health and wellbeing, mindfulness, meditation, barefoot running, starting a business, ethical living, life during lockdown and why Kangaroos can't walk backwards.
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