A flight attendant speaks out on the sexism on airlines she sees every day while doing her job.
How do you handle contraception while traveling? If you don’t want to live like a monk you have to come up with a plan – an amazingly well thought out one.
Spanish for female solo travelers can be more than useful in countless situations. Here are five scenarios that you could get into and basic responses to them.
A woman traveling alone in India is still confronted with numerous stories of what could happen to her. Lotte decided to ignore the voices and share her very own story about her three months.
Author Geraldine DeRuiter’s travel blog “The Everywhereist” was called “consistenly clever” by TIME magazine and enchants us every day with relateable stories. We got to interview her!
Ever had to endure a sexist comment and did not know what to say? Here is some inspiration: 10 best responses to sexist comments while traveling.
Going to Naples as a Female Solo Traveler? I was reluctant to go because I had heard that the city is tough. Nonetheless, I went, and I highly recommend, you do to. Here’s my story of visiting Naples and how this trip became my favorite solo trip of all time.
Kaila is the founder and director of Content Castle - a writers haven that enables digital nomads to work on and improve their craft at one of the most beautiful places in the world, and all of it for free! She’s one badass woman if there ever was one liftint up others while living and designing her perfect life.
I have had an ongoing relationship with acne since I was thirteen years old. The shame and embarrassment of having acne used to control my life. Here’s the story of what it was like for me to handle acne while traveling, and what I learned from the experience.
If you are a travel-addict and opportunity jumper like me you often have to chose between love and freedom. If you don’t want to lose your partner while your time abroad, a few things are fundamental. 5 Tips for Long Distance Relationships while abroad as a female solo traveler!
Wynwood works for me. I feel at home with Wynwood’s mega graffiti murals, edgy art galleries, and sneakily overpriced boutiques that no one from Wynwood really shops at. This story though is about a pool party in South Beach
You’re probably ecstatic to hop on that plane with your best friend and go on an epic adventure together, right? The only thing casting a shadow on your perfect plans is that “the boyfriend” is also coming. No, not your boyfriend. Here is a little revelation about traveling with couples.
Overwhelmed by all the information on Safety in Lima online? Feeling like you won’t be able to leave your hotel/ hostel and stay safe? Well, this is the article to read! Personal experience and hands-on tips and tricks to stay safe in Lima!
While hiking you forget about your insecurities and what is going on in the media - instead you feed off each other’s power and energy. Read Ashley’s story of how she gained confidence through hiking!
Alice Teacake from Teacake Travels is an amazing travel blogger and female advocate. She’s been embracing the female solo travel lifestyle for almost eight years and has come far with her blog about challenging yourself as a woman on the road and her different projects throughout the world for female empowerment
When I travel overseas, I stand out; if not for my height and build, then it’s my tattoos or the color of my hair, skin or eyes. The Travelgram is a lie, girls! These are a few of the lessons I’ve learned along the way, for those of you traveling without a personal stylist.
Long Distance Relationships are often considered "Not a real Relationship". Having been in an LDR for almost two years, I can't tell you how often I've gotten the: "But, is this even a REAL Relationship?". Well yes. Yes, it is. And here are some things that I learned because I'm in a Long Distance Relationship.
Have you ever felt bad for having that piece of chocolate cake or that extra bowl of ice cream? Then it's time for you to read Jess' post on how she travels with an Eating Disorder in the time of Social Media.
Being a bigger woman has presented its challenges throughout the course of my life. Falling in love with the traveler's life meant getting accustomed to how people abroad treated me. Here are some of my experiences from traveling as a plus-size woman.
Read Tara's Story of how she overcame her body image issues through traveling and how she learned to love her body for what it can do instead of for what it looks like. Plus, she shares her favorite tips on how to stay healthy on the road!
This is a tribute to Bali and a love letter to female solo travel. If you have the chance to travel Bali solo as a woman, do it now! Don’t think about it, just book the flights. Continue reading to get convinced and excited for the best weeks of your life.
Let's talk about boobs. Boobs are great. Small boobs. Big boobs. But when it comes to traveling with big boobs, the attached person might find herself in a more challenging situation! Which is why Alicia will present a guide on how to travel with big boobs!
Ever wondered how to get laid in a hostel without being rude to your other hostelmates? Read on.
So you came to Austria and fell in love with an Austrian. First of all, I'm sorry. However, to give you guys a chance at survival, here is what you need to know about us.
Morocco: when you think about this country a lot of images come to your mind. A land far far away, a hot desert, colorful markets and incredible mountains. However, what sadly also comes to one’s mind is terrorism, the suppression of women inevitably: danger. But how is it really to female travel Morocco?
Rick writes about the 7 things he wants his daughter to know about dealing with Body Image. Loving oneself and stop comparing oneself to others are among the top recommendations.
While people started commenting on my body type from a very young age, I continuously became more ashamed of that body as I got older. On Instagram, these insecurities did not get better. This is an attempt to set myelf free!