Inspired by the idea of ‘psychogeography, when we take time to slow down and experience things, we can discover extraordinary things close to home.
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For the past eight years, Sandra Phinney has been thinking about—and trying to put into practice—what she’s learned about slow travel at home.
Three travel hacks to save money and make longer trips safer and more enjoyable for women, good anywhere in the world.
Airbnb has created and expanded its services, including AirCover and Airbnb Setup, to encourage older women to join the platform as hosts.
Packing, tracking and technology tips to make remote travel and work easier, including accessories, clothing and electronics.
Inspired by the women who came before her, adventurous solo traveller Angela Maxwell shares lessons from her courageous walk around the world.
JourneyWoman editor-in-chief Carolyn reflects on three months of living in Mexico, where she discovered the soul of this country, re-asserted her own independence and rediscovered her curiosity.
Merida’s architecture, warm climate, beaches, UNESCO sites, Pueblos Mágicos and cenotes might entice solo women to stay in Mexico long term.
As she nears retirement, Contributing Writer Sue Janzen considers six criteria to choose a country to live in, including cost, healthcare and safety.
Solo traveller Kate Savory shares her travel tips to help women live the life of their dreams.
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.
We chat with slow travel pioneer Pauline Kenny to explore the benefits of slow travel for us and the earth.
Guest writer Anna Hobbs shares her fulfilling experience hiking the Jura Crest Trail, the gentle long-distance hike in Switzerland, that runs parallel to the Swiss-French border.
For the past two and a half years, I’ve been on a downsizing journey. Now that all the hard work is done preparing for travel, I’m thinking not just about where I will travel, but how.
JourneyWoman Publisher Carolyn Ray and Downsizing Diva Karen Shinn discuss tips and ways to get started on downsizing to prepare for future travel.
The ethos of living simply has become my way of life as I prepare for travel in the future. When I downsized two years ago, my vision was to travel. To be free. As I move into an even smaller space, I found some soul sisters in Kate and Christine, who didn’t want to be constrained by their material possessions either!