Women share their once-in-a-lifetime stories of the Northern Lights, which inextricably connect us to the universe in a way that no other experience in the world can offer.
Guest Writer Sue Janzen offers her perspective on solo travel for women over 50, with practical advice and tips for first-timers.
Once-in-a-lifetime travel isn’t just about the destination, it’s about adventure, learning, and journeys of the soul.
JourneyWomen 65+ share their wisdom and show us how they embrace life – and travel – to the fullest.
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.
Contributing writer Diana Eden shares safety tips gleaned from her travels through Morocco with her sister – two Canadians in their 70s who chose to stay in the peaceful oasis of riads as balm to the heat and chaos of a dazzlingly country always in motion.
On Earth Day in April 2020, JourneyWoman formed a partnership with Tree Sisters to help reforest our planet. Learn more about reforestation and how you can help, starting with a live panel on October 27.
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.
Seasoned solo travellers might retire from their careers, but they don’t retire from travel. We asked women 65+ to share the most age-defying things they’ve ever done while travelling, and what flooded in looks a lot like the bucket list adventures of women decades younger. Read on for a smorgasbord of inspiring stories from 11 pioneering women who show us all that age ain’t nothing but a number!
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...