Knowing how to be alone is essential to finding silence, to knowing ones thoughts and to enriching life. Solo travel can help teach you how to be alone.
It’s always fascinating to learn more about who you, our readers, are, your interests and your thoughts on how Solo Traveler can be improved. Here are the results of the 2014 reader survey.
Sometimes we have concerns before embarking on a trip. It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t go. As I prepare to leave for Israel, here’s what’s on my mind.
I’m in Penzance, Cornwall enjoying damp, windy weather. Really! Here are some photos along with a musing.
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Understand your strengths. Discover your abilities. Build confidence. Here are five ways to do so before stretching and living your solo travel dreams.
If you travel (and watch film) for a unique cultural experience, you really needn’t go far.
This is ‘Take 2’ on a musing about travel and wonder. In this post we explore how to maintain that sense of wonder when we travel often – actually or virtually.
Two different ideas from two different sources converge to enrich our travels for ourselves and those we meet along the way.
Where would you spend your precious travel time to go again and again? For Janice, it’s Chautauqua. A travel destination worth going to often.
There are moments in pop culture when I immediately think about solo travel. Watching the movie “Her” presented one. I hope you enjoy this musing.
Exploring how to make the most of an all-inclusive vacation in Cancun, both on and off the resort.
I summarize all of my public talks by explaining why solo travel is so great. Here is some recent inspiration for expanding on this theme.
There is much to know about solo travel. And much to learn. Here are 42 things I’ve learned in my five years of publishing Solo Traveler.
A tribute to you – the readers of solo traveler – with the help of Fatboy Slim and 28 readers stories of their first time traveling solo.
Live creatively, save money and travel more. That’s it. That’s what this post is about.
Sometimes the wrong things hold us back. Guilt is frequently one of those wrong things. Here are 6 ways to shift your thinking and travel solo.
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.