We may have to work harder for a solo travel experience but the benefits are clear.
A reflection on love and solo travel and how the two connect.
It’s not narcissism. Taking a selfie when traveling solo is not only a great souvenir but valuable for your identity. Have a read.
The beginning of a new year prompts contemplation on where we are and where we’re going. This year I’m thinking about the importance of the journey.
My year in review explores the balance of being and doing as a traveler.
Solo travel is about much more than travel. It’s about building confidence, discovering new interests and talents and living life to your own rhythm.
Passports with Purpose is the annual travel blogger fundraiser. There are prizes to win and a great cause to support. Please participate.
We are a force to be reckoned with. Just have a look. The numbers from the 2013 Reader Survey suggest that solo travelers are intrepid, globally focused and growing in numbers.
To keep Solo Traveler relevant and valuable I’d really like your feedback. Please take my 10 question survey.
Happiness. We all want it. According to recent research, solo travelers may be in a better position to get it than most.
You know… You are not who you were… You are becoming
Being a “good” traveler will help you get the most out of your travels. Here are 15 ideas to consider on the subject.
I have often throught that this blog is about life first with travel as the backdrop – but it’s been subtle. Here I bring the subject of life, front and center.
The movie “The Way” with Martin Sheen got me thinking about what it is to travel solo.
I know you’ll love the “Loves” but I hope you’ll read the “Concepts” too. I gained language at Chautauqua with which to frame my travels and my work on Solo Traveler.
Announcing a new feature on the Solo Travel Society on Facebook. Honoring those who contribute such great thoughts on same.
Inspired by KT Tunstill’s song, “Suddenly I See”, I gave it some serious thought and, finally, concluded whose face I believe “is a map of the world”.
First published in 2009, it seems the manifesto is still needed to respond to the query, “is it weird to travel alone?”. Here it is again.
As life changes so can the when, why and how of your travels. Here are five questions to consider.
This Earth Day has caused me to consider the carbon footprint of my travels, what I can do to improve and make a contribution that could also benefit you.