Travel in a foreign language can be a challenge but with these 10 tips you’ll get by just fine.
Meeting locals is one of the best ways to really dig deep into a culture as you travel. Here are 10 ways to make that local connection.
Hiking solo is peaceful, relaxing and rejuvenating. Here are my tips on gear, training for your hike, hiking safety and some fabulous hiking destinations.
All-inclusive resorts are for solo travelers too! Use these tips to get the most of your resort vacation alone whether you want a bit of R&R or a lot of fun!
Career breaks are life-changing. Here’s your guide to the why and how of long-term travel plus tips and resources to make your dream trip happen.
The holiday season is coming and the airports will be getting very busy. Here are some tips to help you get through security fast
While travel disasters make great stories they are no fun to live through. Here’s solid advice on avoiding problems and what to do if they arise.
Here are solo travel tips for snowbirds. Advice and a checklist for managing your finances, insurance, your home and more while you travel south.
House-sitting can be a great option for solo travelers. Here are some tips for doing it successfully.
Here are some great strategies for shy solo travelers as well as suggestions for destinations that are particularly friendly.
Sickness and solo travel do not go together well. Here’s how to prevent being sick as you travel and what to do if you do get sick.
After decades of travel and flying I’ve found a number of ways to make flying easy – or perhaps, easier. These are especially helpful for a solo traveler.
When a fellow traveler on her first solo trip asked for help, the Solo Travel Society jumped in! Here are 43 tips for those times when you’re feeling a little overwhelmed.
Exploring some of the best travel photos/portraits ever was a privilege and an education. Here are 3 tips to help you take better photos when you travel.
Chasing the perfect wine as you travel solo? Here are some tips for tours and tastings.
When there are no doors to lock, when there is only nylon between you and the outside world, what protects you when you camp. It’s a code of ethics. But is this good enough when you’re a solo traveler? Here are my musings.