How Shifting into Slow Travel Changed my Life: A Q&A with Kathy Wood, Founder of European Experiences
European Experiences Founder Kathy Wood shares how slow travel has helped her build connections to people and cultures.
In this #TravelReady session, we explore slow travel, finding cost-effective accommodations, plus tips to keep your identity safe with expert Nora Dunn.
Cost-efrective ways to embrace my dream of full-time travel, including homestays, hospitality exchanges, house-sitting or volunteering in trade for free accommodation.
We chat with slow travel pioneer Pauline Kenny to explore the benefits of slow travel for us and the earth.
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.
A quick-hit guide to the best US trails for women as selected by an all-woman panel of hiking experts.
Just for you, we’ve created the Sand to Sea Travel Book Lovers Edition with The Wordy Traveler to help you deepen your love of reading and travel.
One of the silver linings of the pandemic is that we have learned to live with less. Spring is the perfect time to downsize our possessions and prepare for future travel.
Our two May 2021 issues are published on May 5 and May 21. In these Curiosity-themed issues, we redefine luxury travel, exploring the once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
For the past two and a half years, I’ve been on a downsizing journeyNow that all the hard work is done preparing for travel, I’m thinking not just about where I will travel, but how
Finding a husband can be easier than finding a roommate. Diana Eden shares her top 5 tips to help mature solo women find the perfect travel roommate.
Writing coach Cynthia Morris shares her experiencing in travel memoir writing, starting with an Adventure Resume, which illuminates memories so we can savor them with fresh eyes.
JourneyWoman Publisher Carolyn Ray and Downsizing Diva Karen Shinn discuss tips and ways to get started on downsizing to prepare for future travel.
Love can be celebrated and interpreted in many ways. For Valentine’s Day, we expanded this celebration of love to the love of self and wisdom about travel by writing a love letter to our younger solo selves.