WHO IS SOLO TRAVEL FOR?
Do you ever feel like solo travel is reserved for certain types of people?
Maybe you feel like traveling alone is only for men, since they have to worry considerably less about safety in many respects.
Maybe you feel like traveling alone is only for backpackers in their 20s, those who are full of energy and don’t have much tying them down.
Maybe you feel like it’s only for extroverts—those people who can make friends anywhere and start conversation with anyone.
Maybe you feel like solo travel is for people who come from somewhere else, do something else, or have some other personality or background besides yours.
If you feel like solo travel is reserved for someone but you, I’m here to tell you it’s not the case!
If you have the means to travel, you can travel solo. Simple as that! The diversity of female solo travelers is unreal. Diverse women from all over the place are out there enjoying it every day, right now.
So pull up a chair at the solo-travel table—it’s reserved for no one but you!
From New York (our first trip 4 years ago!) to Vancouver, coffee and rosé, to cab rides, meeting new friends and walking for miles, to suspension bridges, good food and boat rides.... these last three days have been a blast and I couldn’t be more grateful for my travel partner in crime! Love ya girl! @kdayy89 👯♀️
Now it’s time for some rest and rejuvenation with @robyncoffman on the Women Repositioned cruise! I can’t wait to see what God has in store for us these next few days! 💗 #thankful
“Our world is full of beauty, it’s just that most people can’t see it. Take a moment to live your life and take in all the colours of our world.”
@dianamiaus wearing our UDAIPUR Dress in the colourful streets of Hoi An, Vietnam.
A natural spring in the middle of a city?? I think NYC needs a couple.
51 minutes ago
✨It’s Kortni Jeane gift time again ✨ @kortnijeane makes wearing swimsuits as a mom exciting and comfortable for me. They make me feel confident in my own skin and I’d love to give all of you that feeling too- so I’m giving $100 to her shop to one of you. ⠀
Her suits are cut in a way that is so flattering for every body type. She’s also an incredible human - so i love getting to support her. She is the first brand that I ever worked with and a mom entrepreneur just like a lot of us. Just go check out her website to see all the mix and match styles and patterns on a wide variety of real women’s bodies! And the family matching suits just make it so much more fun! ⠀
Okay- here’s how you enter:⠀
✨make sure you’re following me⠀
✨like this post, ⠀
✨and tell me in the comments why you follow my account and how you found me. ⠀
That’s all! Although I highly recommend following Kortni Jeane bc she’s always posting cute and inspirational content. ⠀
Tagging friends is a definite bonus entry because I use a random comment generator to pick the winner and the more you comment the greater chance you have to win. However it is not required! ⠀
I’ll pick a winner on Wednesday 🧡✨ ⠀
54 minutes ago
Enjoyed exploring Pike Peak and being at the highest elevation we have ever been 14,110 feet above sea level. Also props to me for believing the weather app saying it wasn't that cold and wearing shorts, it was 29 and windy 🤦🏼♀️😂 oh well after I went numb it was a blast. It's an amazing view!!
57 minutes ago
Hi, I'm Heather. I wore shorts to Pikes Peak because it was hot in Colorado Springs. Don't be like me 😂 it was 29 degrees and windy 😂 😂 😂 Anyone else tend to always dress wrong for the weather?