And how you can do the same. With enough courage, a solid plan, and shedding almost everything I owned, I left my corporate life in the US and traveled the globe.
All my most practical posts about how to travel alone as a woman, live and work abroad as a digital nomad, and much more in one convenient place. No fluff here – just advice based on my real life experiences and the mistakes I’ve made so you don’t need to do the same.
In my year of travel, my packing space was very limited. So I quickly discovered all the things I could live without - despite what many travel bloggers tell you.
Packing for a year of travel was tough - and there were a few things I found I couldn't live without. Here are the 10 things I loved and used and needed.
At the end of my year of solo female travel, I took to the fields and walked along Hadrian’s Wall from one coast of England to another. It kept me calm and sane in a time of change and endless questions.
Taking great pictures for Instagram - we all love it, but it’s harder when you’re traveling alone. So use a few sneaky strategies to get those selfies and give yourself lasting reminders of your trip.
Budget airlines like RyanAir, AirAsia, and Scoot have tempting prices, but it can be a challenge to stay comfortable on the flight. Here are tips and tricks I use to avoid excess fees and have a non-terrible trip.
On this long solo travel journey of mine, I’m taking some time out to learn to meditate in Thailand, to sit with my fear and my racing mind and find a little stillness.
Solo travel gives lots of quiet time to contemplate and do some people-watching from cafes or park benches, getting curious about the lives of people everywhere.
Lower prices, lower crowds, and a whole lot less going on (for better or worse).
I love staying in hostels - as a solo female traveler, it’s easy to meet people in a safe and welcoming environment. Here’s how to pick one you’ll love and get a great night’s sleep in a dorm.