Motion sickness can deter women from adventures, but there are a variety of cures available to help you pursue your travel dreams.
Health & Wellness
For Global Wellness Day, five tips to find a wellness retreat that’s right for you and support your journey of self-care and healing.
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Charity Norman’s latest book “Remember Me”, set in New Zealand’s mystical Ruahine Range, is a suspenseful story of love, secrets and loss.
Despite three years of isolation, Brenda McCrank is thriving, teaching us valuable lessons about curiosity, creativity and solo travel.
Expert advice on how women over 50 can manage time zone changes, sleep, layovers and dehydration during menopause.
Women share their tips to manage menopause and travel, including advice on nutrition, sleep, packing and exercise.
It doesn’t get more luxurious than the remote Bahamas resort Careula Mar Club, ideal for solo travelers who want to escape the crowds.
From Bali to Nepal, we’ve curated some of our most recommended wellness retreats and experiences for female solo travellers.
If your TravelReady goals for 2022 include improving your health and fitness, this article—and the get travel-fit tips developed by yours truly and 56-year-old ultra-runner Beth Whitman—will help you put your best foot forward.
As travellers, self-care is one of the most important relationships we have. These products are perfect for boosting your health—before, during and after your next trip.
Master life coach Debbie Phillips shares her expert tips for women to manage travel fear and anxiety in a post-pandemic world.
Our top in-flight stretches for women with back and hip issues to endure long-haul flights and cramped seats.
Travel Essentials: Insurance, Financial and Legal Essentials for Women (Transcript, January 7, 2021 Webinar)
TravelReady Travel Essentials, Tips from the Experts: This is an edited transcript of our webinar on January 7, 2021.
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.
What will the new way to travel look like for mature, independent women? We think these five criteria will help us, as women, lead the way.
Want to feel more powerful, happier and energized? It all starts with better sleep. Join best-selling author Shawna M. Robins as she shares her expert tips for women who travel.
Air travel isn’t what it used to be. Neither are we as travellers. Read on for a summary of experiences and some confidence-boosting recommendations from seasoned women travellers for airports and airlines.
There’s no better time than now to improve our sleep quality for better travel experiences. Learn how from sleep expert Shawna Robins.
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.
Hello, friends! How are we all feeling today? How many of you are in self-isolation, working from home or experiencing life in lockdown?
March 4: Today I attended a special webinar on COVID-19 hosted by the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW), of which I am a member.
Known as the Spanish Virgin Islands, Vieques, Puerto Rico is located about eight miles east of the mainland, off the beaten path.
Santa Fe is a small, intimate city that offers way more than you probably expect from a city this size. Nicknamed The City Different, it offers world-class music and art and a sophisticated dining scene.