I hear you’re going on a journey; on an adventure! I’m SO happy for you. You’re going to be forming the person you’ve always been and have always you’ll be finding pieces of yourself that you didn’t know existed.
I hear you’re going on a journey; on an adventure! I’m SO happy for you. You’re going to be forming the person you’ve always been and have always you’ll be finding pieces of yourself that you didn’t know existed.READ MORE
This is one of the many factors that cause people to become so addicted to solo travel. There’s very few times where you’ll feel as free as you do when you go somewhere you’ve never been and you know absolutely no one. You can be who you want, eat what you want, act how you want, even if it’s just temporary.READ MORE
Traveling solo as a woman isn’t always a walk in the park. There are times when it’s downright hard. Despite that, I’ve never let my lust for traveling the world dwindle. Some say I’m crazy, my dad often worries, but that still hasn’t stopped me. Why? Because I’ve always maintained the sense of safety that enables me to keep going.READ MORE
I never wanted to rely on other people’s money, and I always tried to be happy spending time alone. It worked out for the most part, but around age 17 or 18 I began feeling lonely.READ MORE
I’ve recently been discussing with various men in my life everything that is required as a woman to try and feel safe. Leaving stores with your keys between your knuckles, making sure a girlfriend knows what to do if you don’t get back when you say you will, and so much more. What baffles me in light of these conversations is that the things we do every day as women to simply protect ourselves baffles them. It seems to not be commonly understood what so much of being a woman means.READ MORE
Being an expat is much harder than people think. Everything you know is suddenly turned upside down. You’re expected to adjust not only fast, but really fast.READ MORE