There are actually a lot of benefits to dining solo, and if you’re still not convinced, I’ve got some suggestions to help you enjoy a solo meal instead of dread it!
I’ve been to Sydney three times now, and the only question I have left is why in the world did I wait so long?! I don’t want you to have to ask yourself the same question, so here is your quick guide to traveling solo to crazy-wonderful Sydney, Australia!
Updated May 2020. So you only have one day in Boston? Not sure how you could possibly fit it all in? Never fear! I have your ultimate one day guide to historic Boston whether you’re in town on business, squeezing in some sight-seeing on a college visit, or just need a change of scenery forContinue reading “1 Day in Historic Boston”
Thinking of taking the solo travel leap? Boston is a great solo travel city! Here is your ultimate guide to making the most of your solo trip.
I am a firm believer that any place you go can be safe, but some places are generally safer than others if you’re just starting out and testing the solo travel waters.
The USA is a great solo destination because it’s so diverse. You can experience the city life of New York City, ski in Colorado year-round, experience paradise in Hawaii, or even meet up-and-coming country music stars in Nashville!
Updated May 2020. Heading to Beantown soon? Why is it called “Beantown”, anyway? Before you go and “pahk the cah in Hahvahd yahd,” take a quick look at these things to know before you go to Boston! 1. It’s Very Walkable Colonial-era cities are awesome for walkers. Before cars, everyone pretty much had to walkContinue reading “What to Know Before You Visit Boston”
Updated May 2020. It’s the Year of Active Travel! And running is one of my most favorite travel activities. On my recent trip to Boston, I went on my first ever running tour, and it was a fabulous way to see the sights. I chose a private tour, but you can do a group tourContinue reading “The Best Running Tour of Boston”
It’s true, I set out solo to Doha, Qatar! It’s also true that I stayed with family friends who are from there. But after visiting, I can definitely recommend Qatar as a destination for solo female travelers.
It’s the Year of Active Travel! To really expand this year’s blog theme, I thought a few posts about staying safe while traveling actively might prove useful. So this week is Wellness Week! Each day this week I’ll be posting (with the help of a personal trainer) about how to get the kinks out, preventContinue reading “Travel Well: Miracle Muscles”