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The Thought Card

By Danielle Desir

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The Thought Card is a podcast about travel and money for people who want to spend their hard earned money on the things and experiences they value. Join Danielle Desir every other week as she explores affording travel, building wealth and paying off debt. Hear inspiring stories from financially savvy people from around the world who are traveling the world, crushing their financial goals and living life on their own terms. To find out more visit

Customer Reviews

So much helpful information!

I’ve known Danielle for a while now and she’s always been a fountain of valuable information and tips! I really enjoy listening to this podcast and feel privileged to have been interviewed for one of the episodes. Danielle has found a great collection of world travellers and every episode is full of handy takeaways to help make travel a priority in your life!

Inspirational and valuable insight

A great idea for a podcast that provides valuable and I spiting insight into how with the right tools, we can all take advantage of travel.

Fantastic Content and Host!

Host Danielle is sooo generous with her ideas for content, sharing invaluable information. She really has her listeners in mind when she conducts interviews and provides fantastic content! Way to go, can't wait for more episodes!

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