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The Sundance Kids: an ode to the volunteers

Volunteering at Sundance was a great time. I met many wonderful people; here are just a few. Continue reading

Solo skiing – my first solo travel experience was up a mountain.

When I think about it, my first solo travel experiences were probably up a chair lift skiing in the Gatineau Hills north of Ottawa. Planning for my trip to ski in Utah has brought back fond memories. Continue reading

Sundance: solo travel lesson is learned once again.

The first day of any new solo travel adventure is always a bit of a challenge for me. It takes me a day to find my footing. Here are my day 1 challenges at Sundance and just how great day 2 was. Continue reading

Travel Partners Make Sundance Affordable

I'm off to Utah to volunteer at the Sundance Film Festival. Planning this trip had a cost complication - it's expensive there. Here's how I solved the problem. Continue reading

Getting ready to travel solo: Four top tips for going to India.

Guest blogger Mariellen of BreathDreamGo.com shares her thoughts about solo travel as she prepares for her fourth solo trip to India. Continue reading

Solo with Salvador Dali – Figueres, Spain

Heading to Spain. Here's a day trip out of Barcelona you won't want to miss. Continue reading

Solo travel for business and pleasure.

JJ has traveled solo for business and pleasure. In both cases, she has found an opportunity for self-discovery. Here's her story. Continue reading

How to Travel Alone – 10 tips for road weary travelers.

No matter how wonderful travel is, it can get tiring if you're on the road for a long time. Here are 10 tips for the road weary traveler. Continue reading

A New Year’s Dream Come True in Pasadena, CA

The floats, the bands, the scent of flowers and the smiles of people... Dale shares her joy of attending the Rose Parade on New Year's Day in Pasadena, California. Continue reading

How to Travel Alone: Planning for Food and Wine Fun

Here's how Tracey, our food and wine editor, plans her solo travels to savor the best of what her destinations have to offer. Continue reading

How to Monetize Your Travel Blog

The Travel Writes Exchange is dedicated to helping travel writers and bloggers make money online. The Global Bloggers Network is pleased to have Trisha Miller, Publisher of TWE, speaking on Monetizing Your Travel Blog at a webinar on January 30th. You can get details at the Global Bloggers Network. Continue reading

The Slate Buildings of the Lake District

I was absolutely charmed by the slate buildings in the Lake District. Have a look. Continue reading

The Future of the Solopreneur Posts

Have you wondered what the future of the Solopreneur posts is? Well, here's your answer. Continue reading

Solo Traveler: December’s Fave Five

Here's the list of the five most popular posts on Solo Traveler in December. Continue reading

Solo Travel Safety: safe answers to common questions.

My new friends smiled when they realized my clever answer that told them nothing yet satisfied their curiosity. Answering questions safely is an important skill when one travels alone. Here are 5 polite and sufficiently vague answers to common questions that will keep you safe as you travel solo. Continue reading

Happy New Year. Happy travels.
Sundance. Chile. New Brunswick.

Where are you planning to travel in 2010? Here's my what I have planned. Continue reading

Travel Your Way to Success:
the thoughts of 6 people who have.

With the coming of the New Year our thoughts turn to resolutions and plans. It's a good time to evaluate our meaning of success. That's what this post does. It offers a new interpretation of success and the thoughts of six serious travelers on the subject. Continue reading

Havana: limitations and luxury in 12 photos.

Life in Havana certainly has it's limitations but the city also has it's own unique sense of luxury not found many other places. Here's a glimpse into the dichotomy in 12 pics. Continue reading

Christmas Carp – solo in Prague

Tracey, our food editor, spent a Christmas in Prague a couple of years ago. Here she shares the delights of the Czech tradition of the Christmas Carp. Continue reading

What Matters Now – thanks Seth Godin

What we think affects how we travel, see and move through the world. Here is a free eBook offering the thoughts of 70 people on "What Matters Now". Continue reading

About Janice Waugh and Tracey Nesbitt

Screen Shot 2014-07-30 at 8.52.44 PMI'm an author, blogger, speaker and traveler. I became a widow and empty-nester at about the same time. And then, I became Solo Traveler... Here's the full story. >>
Tracey NesbittI’m a writer, editor, food and wine fanatic, and traveler. On my very first trip abroad I learned that solo travel was for me. Here's the full story. >>

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