Discovering Freedom

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I was born with a condition called CCHS – Central Congenital Hypoventilation Syndrome. This is How I Travel.

Solo Female Travel & The Importance of Women-Only Spaces

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Women do not need to be scared into staying at home. Dara Herr discusses the value of women-only spaces for solo female travel.

How Taking a Travel Break Ruined My Career

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I took a career break to travel. This is what happened when I returned…

Wheels on the Rim: Savoring Sedona, Grand Canyon, & Seligman, AZ

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Go, as soon as is practical, wherever it might be. Don’t put it off until you have to ask yourself why you waited so long.

How I Didn’t Hike the Pico del Teide

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At first, I thought I was going to Tenerife to sunbathe and read. Then I decided to climb a volcano… and nothing went to plan.

How a Hurricane Showed One Traveler Cuba’s Heart

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Just before her 30th birthday, Lilli Boland found herself in Cuba with a local family, riding out the hurricane that devastated Havana.

Traveling Georgia As a Solo Female Traveler

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I undertook a solo trip to Georgia (as a woman), taking in about 15 cities and sites in three weeks. Don’t be afraid to travel here alone!

Walking off my Twenties on the Camino de Santiago

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… A little fear, a little clumsiness as I picked myself up and entered the unknown. This was the Camino.

Studying In Sweden – A Taste of Scandinavia

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Study abroad in the medieval city of Lund and experience Swedish life at its best.

Carping the Diem, Solo-style

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A couple of my women friends called it “crazy.” I wanted to see the Rockies for the first — and only — time in my life.