Want to Travel Solo But Not Sure Where to Start?

Traveling solo has been an incredibly enriching experience for me. And in this article I am going to share some tips on how others that are even remotely interested, can prepare themselves mentally and emotionally, tactically and financially. I was a late bloomer. Unlike most my of peers, when we 18 and fresh grads out of high school, who were ready to fly far far … Continue reading Want to Travel Solo But Not Sure Where to Start?

Stylish Outfits for Petite Women to Wear On Planes

I’ve read some great articles about what to wear on planes and in transit. But very few of the articles take petite womens needs into consideration. For instance, all of the articles I read suggest maxi dresses. I LOVE maxi dresses and I wish I could wear them but at almost 5′ tall, I just drown in most of them. So I decided to write … Continue reading Stylish Outfits for Petite Women to Wear On Planes

6 Inexpensive and Natural Health-Beauty Travel Hacks for Women and Men, That No One Else Talks About

For all my ladies (and gents) that want to look as put together, fresh and adorable while you travel as you do everyday, here are some easy, affordable hacks I’ve learned and tested throughout my travels. Emphasis on the affordable, easy to travel with as well as focus on as many natural products as possible. You can have an on-the-road health-beauty regimen that keeps you … Continue reading 6 Inexpensive and Natural Health-Beauty Travel Hacks for Women and Men, That No One Else Talks About

Traveling With Eyeglasses: Hacks for Women

A few years ago I made the switch from wearing contact lenses most of the time to wearing eyeglasses. After a few hours of wearing lenses my eyes get dry and tired. I’ve tried every type of dry-eye lens on the market, used lens-friendly eyedrops, and have even tried restasis. No matter what, my eyes get dry, tired and sometimes red after wearing contact lenses … Continue reading Traveling With Eyeglasses: Hacks for Women

Staying Safe Rules for Solo Female Travelers

As a woman and a petite woman at that, frankly I’m an easy target for beggars, thieves and other horrible things. I know that. So I keep my guard up and try to avoid areas where there are few people around. I also have some specific rules that I’ve made for myself when I travel alone and in over 15 years I haven’t had anything … Continue reading Staying Safe Rules for Solo Female Travelers

The Best Things to Buy on Travel to India: Ladies This Post is For You

One of the best activities for anyone traveling to India is to go shopping. Whether you like shopping or not, it doesn’t matter. There’s no denying the quality, range, and value. Throughout India you’ll find fine fabrics, tailors ready to custom fit you into suits or saris, art, furniture, designer shoes, handbags, fashion and the most stunning diamond and gold sets you’ve ever seen! The quality … Continue reading The Best Things to Buy on Travel to India: Ladies This Post is For You

Dealing With Beggars and Theft While Traveling; for Women

Like most people, pretty much every time I travel abroad I’ve experienced someone coming up to me begging for money. Whether in India, Thailand, Zimbabwe, Cape Town, Brasil, London, Paris, San Francisco, and Sydney, just to name a few. I always try to be nice and either give something or politely decline. This article isn’t really about whether or not to give – that’s so … Continue reading Dealing With Beggars and Theft While Traveling; for Women

Ideal Crossbody Travel Bag for Petite Women

Like many women, when I travel I am looking for comfort + style in my clothes, shoes, and accessories. As a petite woman finding the right bags has always been difficult for me. Whether I’m trying to find a somewhat feminine looking DSLR bag or a cute purse for a day out. I prefer crossbody bags in general, but especially when I’m traveling for the … Continue reading Ideal Crossbody Travel Bag for Petite Women

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How to Carry Your DSLR While Hiking, Trekking, and Traveling: For Women

I see a lot of women carrying DSLRs. Yet the camera and camera bag industries are still very heavily catered towards men. That means a lot of masculine-looking, large, heavy bags and carrying cases. There are bags for women but the selection is pretty limited and doesn’t really address other needs women have, namely an all-in-one camera + handbag. {This Article Is For Hobbyist Photographers … Continue reading How to Carry Your DSLR While Hiking, Trekking, and Traveling: For Women

Womens Guide to Packing for Costa Rica

Costa Rica is covered largely by rain forest and if you’re going there for holiday, chances are you’re going to be visiting one of the many beautiful national parks. {Rain Gear} a good rain jacket. Before heading to Costa Rica I read a lot of articles about what to pack and many suggested ponchos, like these cheap ones you can get at Target. I don’t … Continue reading Womens Guide to Packing for Costa Rica