Watsons Unleashed is a reflection of us: Kate & Brian Watson. Part travelogue, part lifestyle-design exploration, our blog tackles a wide range of topics that interest, inspire and motivate us: travel; the arts; healthy living; spirituality; business and entrepreneurship; and people, culture and languages. Our goal is to inspire others to live their dreams by living our own. We hope you enjoy our adventures and come along for the ride!
Here’s a short video of us, courtesy of our friend Cassandra Rae:
- loves Thai food, yoga, dancing and dark chocolate, particularly in the form of sinfully rich lava cake.
- gets whiplash whenever a sexy car cruises by.
- seems tough and plays hard, but bruises easily.
- is better relating one-on-one than in a crowd.
- fuels her internal fire by reading, asking questions and problem-solving.
- recently launched a new consulting practice for artists and photographers.
- previously worked as a fundraising, strategy and finance consultant for nonprofit organizations.
- studied business at American University, but her real passions are the arts and social justice.
- lived in five states and two countries, and traveled to 22 countries, before embarking on our round-the-world trip.
- enjoys taking personality tests and embraces her INTJ-type from Myers-Briggs.
- has the Myers-Briggs personality type INTP, aka “The Architect“.
- dreams about megascale engineering projects, like the space elevator concept and terraforming Mars and Venus.
- has been interested in aviation since he was five, and is a private pilot.
- enrolled in Space Academy during high school.
- attended Penn State University, where he majored in Aerospace Engineering and was a member of the Phi Mu Delta social fraternity.
- used to brew his own beer, but doesn’t drink very often anymore.
- now enjoys running, both as a means of fitness and as an objective measure of accomplishment.
- listens to a variety of music, including jazz, classical, hip hop, and the Grateful Dead.
- captures spiders, insects, and other household critters, returning them to nature rather than killing them.
- cannot concentrate on anything when a nearby TV is turned on.