Solo traveller Magali heals decades-old grief and changes her view of death and dying while exploring the funeral pyres of Varanasi, India.
An art professor who reluctantly heads out on a scheduled sabbatical renews her passion for her own art and gets a preview of an exciting post-retirement life of her own creation.
How one woman went from rock bottom to the top, burned herself out, and found rejuvenation in the healing mineral springs of New Mexico.
After a failed relationship that broke her heart and a fall that broke her jaw, a solo traveller seeks self-healing in meditation in Nepal.
When faced with loss or grief, we intuitively turn to travel for wellness and healing, as shown in these inspirational stories of renewal.
Artists see the world differently. They travel differently too. Solo traveller Karen Gershowitz, who has been to more than 90 countries, uses art to connect with the people she meets (and herself) all around the world.
Working from home and restricting movement poses risks to our health, regardless of whether we’ve experienced injuries before or not. We turned to health and wellness expert and JourneyWoman Women’s Travel Advisory Council member Dr. Nekessa Remy for some insights and tips to get us ready for the day we can pack our bags and get travelling again.
The music we experience while travelling touches us on a deeper level. It transports us to a higher plane of being – one where all of our manmade worldly divides fade away and we tap into the ancient drumbeat that connects and moves us all. Feel the beat?
The most important love you can have is the love you have for yourself – a lesson Nadine L learned & shares in this story about how travel is her self-love.
Solo travellers share stories of their ‘guideposts’, the inspiring people who affected their lives while traveling.
COVID-19 has disrupted everyday life the world over; JW editor Amanda Burgess takes a look at our shifting perspectives, and reaches out to see where our community stands.
With COVIID-19, we are in uncharted territory. To provide JourneyWomen with the insight scoop, we reached out to top travel journalists and industry experts to understand how the pandemic will change how and where we travel.
Grief and loss are part of the human experience. Indeed, it’s something the world is feeling collectively right now, gripped as we are by a pandemic. Our stories have one common thread: We all found healing in travel.
Some of us allow our fears to hold us back. Then there are the brave souls.
Whether you’re traveling solo or with others, there are those moments while traveling where you become fully, viscerally aware of how much fun you’re having.
Women travellers are likely to be subject to particular stresses whilst travelling, certainly until they’ve reached a certain plateau of self-confidence and familiarity with cultural “rules”.