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.
Traveling alone in Southeast Asia has opened my eyes to the scale of the plastic pollution problem in our world. Can we fix it?
Traveling alone as a woman for a year can have its problems, but it can also be a time for comfortable shoes, a low maintenance life, and finding small joys in Bali and elsewhere.
When I’m backpacking alone in Southeast Asia, I struggle with my fear of dogs but soothe my soul with the lovely cheap spas here. Solo female travel has its up and downs and lonely moments.
Being sick isn’t fun at the best of times – and it’s a whole other level when you’re traveling alone and throwing up in filthy hostel bathrooms.
Taking in the quiet of Nyepi Day in Bali – a day of silence, peace, and meditation – as a solo female traveler.
Traveling alone as a woman, the newness of each country can be overwhelming – how do I cross the street and pay for a smoothie and get on this bus?
It’s been six months since I quit my corporate job and headed out just to travel – how I fill my days and what I’ve learned about myself along the way.
Traveling long-term is often a dream – but dreaming requires naps. After months on the go and on the road as a woman alone, I’m taking some time to beat travel burnout and rest.
What’s the hardest part of traveling alone as a woman? When you wake up to a giant spider peering at you from the corner of your bungalow.