Master life coach Debbie Phillips shares her expert tips for women to manage travel fear and anxiety in a post-pandemic world.
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Solo Travel Memoirs: Finding Yourself & Your Purpose in Volunteer Travel
The story of how a woman who saw herself as a lonely outsider found belonging in volunteer travel opportunities, serving marginalized populations in Canada, India and beyond.
Should We Travel Right Now? It All Depends on Your Mindset
Travel requires a different mindset and a different set of coping skills. Here are six things I’m doing to alleviate risk to myself and others.
7 Tips to Take the First Step into Solo Travel After Loss
Women travellers and experts offer tips and wisdom on taking the first shaky step into solo travel after loss.
Travel After Loss: From a Disaster Trip to Solo Bliss
After a disastrous first post-loss trip with a fellow widow, a solo traveller learns that the only way to get what she wants out of travel is to go solo.
Travel After Loss: Getting Back Into the Solo Travel Saddle
Diving headfirst back into solo travel after losing her husband helps a widowed traveller find herself again.
Just Do It: Widows Who Have Travelled Solo After Loss
A widowed traveller finds strength and healing in the self-reflection and challenge of solo travel and never looks back.
Five Things I Learned on my First International Trip in Almost Two Years
Five lessons learned from my first international trip in two years, with tips on travel insurance, testing, mask etiquette and travel agents.
Wanda St. Hilaire’s Memoir Explores Solo Travel, Love and Adventure in “The Cuban Chronicles”
The JourneyWoman Book Club heads to Cuba as solo traveller Wanda St. Hilaire explores love and adventure in her 2009 memoir, “The Cuban Chronicles.”
PEI’s Island Walk, “Canada’s Camino,” is Ready to be Discovered
The PEI Camino in Prince Edward Island might just be the perfect place for aspiring solo travellers to boost their confidence.
Solo Women and Retirement: How to Decide Where to Travel and Live
As she nears retirement, Contributing Writer Sue Janzen considers six criteria to choose a country to live in, including cost, healthcare and safety.
9 Hot Tips for the Introverted Solo Traveller
Contributing writer Diana Eden offers a wealth of tips to help introverted solo travellers avoid loneliness, protect their energy and be social while travelling.
Solo Travel Memoirs: Digging into History with Archaeology
How digging into history inspires Wendy Brooks to travel to archaeology sites around the world.
With “Travel Mania”, Karen Gershowitz Hopes to Inspire Women to Travel Solo
Karen Gershowitz’ new book, “Travel Mania”, shares a lifetime of travel stories as inspiration for solo women travellers to take the first step.
A Love for Reading Inspires a Lifetime of Solo Travel
A librarian’s love for reading inspires a lifetime of solo travel, including trips deep into libraries in the heart of the Peruvian jungle.
Finding Connection as a Solo Traveller on New Zealand’s South Island
Amanda Burgess chronicles her solo travel adventures on New Zealand’s South Island and shares observations about ts people and herself.
Women Share Where to See the Northern Lights
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.
Finding Freedom: How to Make Your Solo Travel Dreams Real
Solo traveller Kate Savory shares her travel tips to help women live the life of their dreams.
Solo Travel Tips for Women Over 50
Guest Writer Sue Janzen offers her perspective on solo travel for women over 50, with practical advice and tips for first-timers.
Expert Self-Defense Tips for Women Travellers Over 50
Women’s safety expert Lorna Selig shares her advice to prevent an assault on women over 50 at home and while traveling.
Planning a Life of Full-Time Travel
Cost-effective ways to embrace my dream of full-time travel, including homestays, hospitality exchanges, house-sitting or volunteering in trade for free accommodation.
How Women Can Embrace a Slow Travel Mindset, with Slow Travel Pioneer Pauline Kenny
We chat with slow travel pioneer Pauline Kenny to explore the benefits of slow travel for us and the earth.
Travel Safety Tips for Women From a Self Defense Expert
Self-defense expert Lorna Selig shares her top travel tips for women and hosts a 60-minute self-defense training class.
Hiking Ireland’s Kerry Way Starts With the First Step
The Kerry Way is a 214-km circular hike that begins and ends in Killarney, Ireland and takes eight to 10 days to complete. Just the challenge guest writer Pandora Domeyko needed.