I am a privileged traveler and I’m sorry to say I have taken this privilege for granted. So I gave myself a good talking to and decided I should ‘fess up.
Solo travel is most definitely for boomers. A myriad of new experiences await. Here’s why, where and how to travel solo as a boomer.
I’ll never forget the kindness of a stranger on my first solo trip. Members of the Solo Travel Society share stories of how locals help solo travelers.
It is as important to respect our commitments to work, family, and friends as it is to honor our commitments to fulfilling our own solo travel dreams.
Oh to be really, truly comfortable in your own skin. It can be a life-long challenge. Here are some thoughts on how to be good at being you.
A first-time solo traveler finds peace, freedom, liberation (and a lot of great chocolate!) on her 9-week grand solo adventure.
Encountering different cultures is an exciting aspect of travel. However, sometimes we see or hear things that are intolerable. What do we do then?
Here’s proof that you can travel alone without being lonely. Truly, solo travel may be the most social kind of travel there is.
Approaching a birthday containing a big round number, I asked the Solo Travel Society: Do you travel solo to celebrate birthdays or other milestones?
Solo travel can make you younger. Here’s new research and the many ways solo travel is an age-defying way to see the world.
Being a “good” traveler will help you get the most out of your travels. Here are 15 ideas to consider on the subject.
Going to a French language school in Quebec City was fun, anxiety filled, social and productive. Solo is the only way to go and learn a language.
I’m not typically a museum goer but I think that this museum should be on everyone’s itinerary at least once in her or his life.
Here are the solo travel trends 2017 on where we’re going, how we’re going and more.
Are you a curious person? Do you love the learning side of travel? Then have a read on what, where, how, and who travels to learn.
What is the meaning of meaningful? We asked members of the Solo Travel Society and they shared the many ways in which solo travel is meaningful to them.
It’s important to travel your own country. To meet people who live and make a living differently. To discover how much you have in common.
Some days, it’s hard to find one person to agree with me. But when it came to the gift of solo travel, more than 5,000 people “liked” what I had to say.
Travel can affect one’s understanding of life and family and oneself. Here’s my story and suggestions for how you can travel and experience this too.
On occasion I hear from people who are fearful of travel. Here’s why it’s important to continue and safety tips to quell your travel concerns.