The “JourneyWoman Award”, honours Evelyn Hannon’s legacy empowering women to travel and will be given out on April 23 at the Women in Travel Summit, hosted by Wanderful.
With the publication of her new book, ‘Swagger’, Leslie Ehm shares lessons learned from her mother, Evelyn Hannon, the founder of JourneyWoman.
Barge travel as all the makings of a female-friendly encounter. Evelyn Hannon writes about her experience cruising the waterways of Burgundy, France.
In honour of Evelyn Hannon, we asked our JW community to share their favourite Evy stories with us.
It gives me great joy to continue Evelyn’s legacy, in partnership with her family. In her final days, I had the opportunity to talk to her about my plans for JourneyWoman, and I’d like to think that gave her comfort and solace.
Dear JourneyWomen: The past few months have been difficult for our family. In April, our mother, Evelyn Hannon, founder of JourneyWoman, passed away after a three-year warrior-strong battle with cancer. She was a fighter – and as her daughters, we can honestly tell...
Over the years JourneyWoman has been singled out by over 300 media sources around the world. Coverage has been in magazines, newspapers and cyberspace.
Do you know where the JourneyWoman name came from? Evelyn recounts the etymology of the moniker in this short anecdote.
Frequent flying has done nothing to help my body adjust to the sleep deprivation that comes with travelling. That’s why we have developed strategies to help me from being sleepless in Seattle, Singapore or Seoul.
Evelyn Hannon can tell you it ain’t a pretty picture when an airline loses your bag. Here are her tips to help you get through the process.