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Flying Solo at a Japanese Summer Festival

Flying Solo at a Japanese Summer Festival

It’s the rainy season here in Japan, but the clouds
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
How Pink Pangea Helped Launch My Writing Career

How Pink Pangea Helped Launch My Writing Career

June 14, 2019
Writing
I’m a professional writer, and when I email editors or
Out of My Comfort Zone in the Nam Tha National Park Laos

Out of My Comfort Zone in the Nam Ha National Park Laos

Resting on a faded, decorative cloth pad in an open-air
How to Practice Respectful Travel in Botswana

How to Practice Respectful Travel in Botswana

Before beginning my first semester abroad, I was nervous about
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
What I Wish I'd Known Before Teaching English in Vietnam

What I Wish I’d Known Before Teaching English in Vietnam

Vietnam is an incredible country and overall, I had an
A Wild Ride in Lake Geneva Wisconsin

A Wild Ride in Lake Geneva Wisconsin

May 23, 2019
USA stories
Lake Geneva Wisconsin is only a couple of hours north

Interviews with Inspiring Women Travelers

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’
Squeaky Wheels: On Travel with a Disability

Squeaky Wheels: On Travel with a Disability

Squeaky Wheels, Travels with my Daughter by Train, Plane, Metro, Tuk-Tuk and Wheelchair is not what I was expecting. I



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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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