womens travel

Lessons I Learned Traveling Alone As A Female

Tahiti

Despite the fact I’ve traveled to countless countries as a solo female, I’m still told every time I book a flight on my own how dangerous what I’m doing is. While friends ask me I’ve ever seen the movies “Hostel” […]

The Unofficial Official Solo Female Travel Manifesto

solo female travel

As a female who loves solo travel, one of my main goals with this blog is to inspire my female readers to have solo adventures themselves and reap the benefits of really getting to know yourself. For some inspiration and […]

Ask Jessie: Is South America Safe For Solo Female Travelers?

is south america safe

This question was submitted by a Jessie on a Journey reader Kaitlin from Washington, who is planning a trip from Cuzco, Peru, through Bolivia, and ending in Argentina. Here is my reply: South America is possibly the most popular destination […]

The Reality Of Solo Female Travel

Istanbul

My parents are responsible for my love of traveling, but the idea to backpack Europe did not come from my parents. In fact, I think my mom and dad would have been fine if the thought had never even entered […]

Tahiti: Not Just For Romantics

french polynesia

White sand beaches. Translucent blue lagoons dotted with over-water bungalows. Couples lounging under palm trees. Half-dressed natives draping flower necklaces over your head. These are some of the images I had in mind of Tahiti before going. And while you’ll […]