Guest Writer Karen Gershowitz shares her story of traveling with chronic pain to Iceland, and shows us how it might slow you down, but doesn’t have to permanently ground you.
Travelling singer Tami knows a thing or two about tunes, and shares her tips on the music she loves when she’s ready to hit the road.
The Camino de Santiago trail in Spain has been well-traveled for decades but guest writer Rebecca Brown reminds solo women adventurers that safety should always be at the forefront when traveling.
You may be a solo travel expert, but have you ever hiked Colombia on your own? Contributor Samantha Glauser shares what she learned on her solo adventure through the Colombian rainforest.
The friendship of women, especially over age 65, is invaluable. They have seen both the joys and sorrow of life and are so ready to be in the moment.
Travel writer Sally Pabody shares her inside tips to create the perfect itinerary in Seville, a blend of art, architecture, tapas, a garden, wandering, and music or dance. With so much to see, serendipities abound, and getting a bit lost is part of the fun.
It’s never too early to start planning! Girls Guide to Paris’ Doni Belau shares her top 9 list of slightly outlandish destinations for those of us adventurous types who have been stuck at home for far too long and for whom cabin fever is very very real, when we’re we’ll ready to get OUT. Way out
Travel Tips from an Octogenarian By Diana Eden, Guest Writer When my handsome 39-year-old financial advisor said to me, “Well, you probably won't be traveling much anymore,” I wondered if he had some premonition of a worldwide pandemic that would end my traveling...
In a nod to her Polish heritage, guest writer Anna Shannon takes the plunge and leaves the UK to work remotely in Gdansk, Poland, for a month.
The saying goes that “it takes a village” to raise a child. No one in rural India defines this saying more than former village chief Shyam Sundar Paliwal, who plants 111 trees for every girl born in his village. Bonnie Hinschberger shares her experiences visiting this tiny village in Piplantri, between Deogarh and Udaipur, in semi-arid Rajasthan.