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What I Learned As a Solo Female Traveler in Mexico City

What I Learned As a Solo Female Traveler in Mexico City

My last-minute decision to book a solo trip to Mexico
The Canary Islands Chakra

The Canary Islands Chakra

There’s a saying about the Canary Islands: each represents a
A Family Reunion in Barbados

A Family Reunion in Barbados

The rickety, brightly-painted minibus arrived at our resort to take
Living in Japan's Fruit Capital, Fukushima

Living in Japan’s Fruit Capital, Fukushima

September 4, 2019
japan, japan living abroad
Riding the Tohoku Shinkansen into Fukushima City, the capital of
Chasing the Midnight Sun in Norway

Chasing the Midnight Sun in Norway

September 2, 2019
norway, norway inspiration
Everywhere is light. I’ve deliberately missed the winter display of
The Gift of Hitchhiking in the Baltics

The Gift of Hitchhiking in the Baltics

“Kuhu peate minema?” a voice from behind the half-open car
Beyond the Neon Lights of Las Vegas

Beyond the Neon Lights of Las Vegas

Despite liberal layers of sunblock, I feel Nevada’s sunshine radiating
A Day with a Bedouin Guide in Wadi Rum, Jordan

A Day with a Bedouin Guide in Wadi Rum, Jordan

I have an unquenchable thirst to experience how others live

Interviews with Inspiring Women Travelers

A Conversation with Speak Their Language Founder Erica Cosentino

A Conversation with Speak Their Language Founder Erica Cosentino

Erica Cosentino is the founder of Speak Their Language Retreats. A lifelong writer and lover of words, Erica is now
Guesthouse for Ganesha: In Conversation with Author Judith Teitelman

Guesthouse for Ganesha: In Conversation with Author Judith Teitelman

Judith Teitelman never intended to be a creative writer. Working for over three decades in the nonprofit sector, she authored and
A Kick-Ass Travel Planning Guide: In Conversation with Writer Becky Carruthers

A Kick-Ass Travel Planning Guide: In Conversation with Becky Carruthers

If you’re daydreaming about the prospect of traveling, then Becky Carruthers proposes a kickass way to jumpstart your travel plans

A Family Passage to India: In Conversation with Author Dena Moes


Women who love to travel and happen to have kids all too frequently break their lives into ‘the past’



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HERE’S WHAT PAST PARTICIPANTS HAVE TO SAY

Aside from falling absolutely in love with Venice, I appreciated meeting every woman in my group. We were all so different, coming from very different backgrounds and places, but we all shared our love of writing and travelling in common.

— Elayne Sanchez, Venice Retreat

I wrote and shared, laughed and cared, I grew, I learned, I was encouraged, and I knew that in five days those five ladies touched my life. They helped me grow in self-confidence, in confidence in my writing and in myself.

— Rachel Webb, Barcelona Retreat

The blank page stares at me with curiosity. I glare back uneasily. Jaclyn begins the workshop and my doubts begin to dwindle. Her teaching style calm and assured, she graciously guides us through the exercises.

— Jazmine Sangalang, Costa Rica Retreat

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