Eco-Friendly JourneyWoman Gear to Brighten Your Travels

by | Nov 9, 2021

Various women holding up their JourneyWoman branded travel accessories
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Last updated on November 10th, 2023

Our eco-friendly accessories are inspired by Evelyn

By Carolyn Ray, Publisher, JourneyWoman

When I took over JourneyWoman almost three years ago, one of the items that caught my attention was a bright orange luggage tag with a hand-drawn world on it and the words JourneyWoman written underneath it. I found a post Evelyn had written on Facebook in 2018 asking if women would be interested in the luggage tag as a way to recognize other JourneyWomen when travelling. The resounding response was a resounding ”THUMBS UP”

Evelyn didn’t get a chance to make that luggage tag but I did. That luggage tag was the inspiration for what I’m sharing with you today – a small collection of new JourneyWoman branded travel accessories. Over the past two years, we’ve asked you for advice on items you would find practical when travelling – and you gave us great feedback! 

Our new JourneyWoman accessories are made in the most sustainable way possible, with recycled products. It is also important to me that we give back, so a percentage of all sales will be donated to non-profits, as we’ve been doing throughout the pandemic through our events, webinars and book clubs. 

Limited quantities available 

You can visit our new JourneyWoman Shop HERE.

You’ll find Evelyn’s original rectangular luggage tag and a smaller square luggage tag perfect for backpacks; two colourful travel notebooks to record your travel stories; and a “Travel the World” pen – all of which are made from recycled materials and soy-based inks using manufacturers in the US and Canada sourced by Ethical Swag, a Cape Breton, Nova Scotia B Corp.

Original JW luggage tag

Supporting Women Artists

I’m particularly excited about our adorable turquoise Sassy Flamingo travel bandana, designed by Dr. Mary Clark from our Women’s Advisory Council. I hope to partner with other designers and artists like Mary in the JourneyWoman community on future products, so please reach out to me at [email protected] if you have original art you’d like to share on our products! 

If you have any questions, please reach out or read our FAQ, which includes information on shipping and delivery time. If you purchase a product, we’d love to see a photo of you using it and share it on our social media channels. I also invite you to make a $1.99 donation to Tree Sisters to help reforest the earth when you purchase any of our products.   

Thank you for all your contributions and ideas! I hope you enjoy these new accessories and I hope they help you connect with each other when you travel! 

Dr Mary Clark wearing two blue bandanas covered in the flamingo print she designed

Dr. Mary Clark wearing bandanas with her flamingo design. Get yours before they’re gone!

More Packing Tips!

As the CEO and Editor of JourneyWoman, Carolyn is a passionate advocate for women's travel and living the life of your dreams. She leads JourneyWoman's team of writers and chairs the JourneyWoman Women's Advisory Council and Women's Speaker's Bureau. She has been featured in the New York Times, Toronto Star and Zoomer as a solo travel expert, and speaks at women's travel conferences around the world. In March 2023, she was named one of the most influential women in travel by TravelPulse and was the recipient of a SATW travel writing award in September 2023. She is the chair of the Canadian chapter of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW), a member Women's Travel Leaders and a Herald for the Transformational Travel Council (TTC). Sometimes she sleeps. A bit.



    Congratulations! I cannot wait to try the accessories.

    • Carolyn Ray

      Thank you! Let us know what you think!


We always strive to use real photos from our own adventures, provided by the guest writer or from our personal travels. However, in some cases, due to photo quality, we must use stock photography. If you have any questions about the photography please let us know.

Disclaimer: We are so happy that you are checking out this page right now! We only recommend things that are suggested by our community, or through our own experience, that we believe will be helpful and practical for you. Some of our pages contain links, which means we’re part of an affiliate program for the product being mentioned. Should you decide to purchase a product using a link from on our site, JourneyWoman may earn a small commission from the retailer, which helps us maintain our beautiful website. JourneyWoman is an Amazon Associate and earns from qualifying purchases. Thank you!

We want to hear what you think about this article, and we welcome any updates or changes to improve it. You can comment below, or send an email to us at [email protected].

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *