Have you ever wondered what it would be like to trade in the modern world of globalization and technology and live off the grid? When Molly Caro May neared 30, she found herself yearning for a more settled life than her global upbringing had offered. She and her fiance, Chris impulsively moved to 107 acres of land in Montana, and begin the challenging process of building a traditional Mongolian yurt from scratch. This is Molly's first real home, and she finds herself wondering what "home" really means in our technology-saturated, mobile generation. In her book, The Map of Enough, she explores how we establish roots, experience a sense of place, and decide what kind of life we want to lead. If you have ever felt a longing for something more than what the modern world offers, you'll be fascinated by how her immersion in nature, the elements, and wildlife influences Molly's life and future. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
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