Canadian media personality Erin Davis calls her new hometown Sidney-by-the-Sea, B.C., “a sea change” from her Toronto life.
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Grandmother of three Kathy Buckworth’s new column “My Grand Journey” explores tips and places for multi-generational travel with grandchildren.
For Mother’s Day, three adventurous women share their travel experiences with their grandchildren about trust, gratitude and service.
Claudia Laroye’s book “A Gelato a Day” includes short stories from leading travel writers that show the true impact of family travel.
Mother – daughter duos share their favourite travel experiences, lessons learned and tips to travel well together in this Mother’s Day feature.
In this lighthearted mother-daughter misadventure, guest wrier Jessica Heriot shares her story of getting stranded in Safed, Israel with her daughter Anita.
After her divorce, a young Marion Broverman takes her children for a trip to Oahu at Christmas, where the family learns to express their pain and begin to heal.
Karen was 12 when her father came homunced that the family would be moving to South Korea for his job. A year later, Karen’s family was packed up and on their way.
A summer in Brazil changed Sue’s life forever, teaching her about courage and taking risks.
JourneyWoman’s own Melissa Fox shares her tips to manage a road trip with small children-your kids or your grandchildren.
This month, we share the stories of two resilient solo travellers whose adventures gifted them with the greatest love of their lives – their children. Meet Nancy C. and her son Alex, and Coralie and her daughter Carla.
Meet JourneyWoman Advisory Council member Dr. Mary Clark, whose father inspired a sense of adventure that has taken her on many journeys around the world.
It’s August 2018, and I’m on a WE service trip in Kenya with my daughter, Alyx. I thought it would prepare her for life. Never did I imagine the impact it would have on me.
One day my 70-year old mom asked me to join her on a trip to Hungary. The trip was not very successful. Ten years later, we’ve been travelling together ever since. Here are my tips to travel with mom.
Caroline Fernandez shares an excellent tip for preparing children for travelling to a place where they’ll need key words in another language.
In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8, we asked our JourneyWoman community to share their photos of women, mothers and daughters from around the world and share the stories behind the photos.
The plan was to meet the ship in Hamilton Harbour and spend Friday night onboard in preparation for an early departure to Montreal on Saturday morning. The Algoma Strongfield would continue to Quebec City, another 24 hours of sailing.
Whether we travel solo or not, this complication of 95 tips to travel with a partner will help you enjoy your travels.
Travel stirs the senses, engages mind and body, and fills the soul. But tracing your roots on a journey to the lands of your ancestors? There’s a special place in a traveler’s heart for that.
Sally Peabody specializes in advising independent travellers on how to craft memorable trips on and off the beaten path, and here she shares her knowledge of Istanbul.
My 16-year old grandson, Josh and I have two big interests in common. We both have a terrific love of photography and adventure travel – the kind of travel that allows us to delve into environments and cultures different from our own.
Three little words that are spoken with great pleasure all over the world. JourneyWoman recently checked our dictionary and thesaurus for the many meanings of love.
Perhaps travel for pregnant females was frowned upon in our grandmothers’ time. But today, with proper awareness and attitude, women can generally travel right up to their 35th week of pregnancy.
One of Evelyn’s most sage pieces of advice, here we have seven reasons why every woman should use a diaper bag when travelling.
Josh, Evelyn Hannon’s 17-year-old grandson, visited Kenya with WE.org and shares his experience in this beautiful photo essay.
JourneyWomen from around the world share the advice about travel they have for their daughters.
I recently spied a playful sign in a craft market that read, ‘Who Runs The World… Girls Do!’ I bought one of those signs for each one of my granddaughters to inspire them to work hard and to demand the gender equality they need, want, and deserve.