I broke my ankle during a roller derby practice. Despite this, I was determined to have a good time in Hawaii, even while traveling with an injury.
Curvy travelers often struggle with chafing at home and on the road. Here are our best tips for how to prevent thigh rub chafing while traveling.
If you have anxiety at home, prepare for it before you travel. Here are 7 of the best apps for anxious travelers to help you keep calm and travel on.
Uber and Lyft can be great alternatives to taxis but are they safe when you’re traveling alone? Here are some tips so you can safely use rideshare apps on your next adventure.
A wise friend once told me that if you can’t afford travel insurance, you can’t afford to travel. Travel insurance for women is a vital step in the travel prep process.
Dry skin, dry eyes, and more susceptible to colds… flying sucks, literally the liquids from your body. Here’s how to avoid dehydration when flying.
As a woman, the struggle is all too real.
Travelers with allergies may need to skip certain dishes and restaurants, but you can still enjoy yourself with the right preparation and a few of these tools.
Would you spend a bit more money if it meant ensuring your safety? We thought of ten scenarios in which splurging is more like paying for your safety.
Traveling with a chronic illness like diabetes may not be easy, but Katie shows us that it can be done. Here’s her girl’s guide for traveling with diabetes for a 5 month trip.
Travel days begin to wear on you at some point and all you want is the familiarity of home. So how do you overcome homesickness abroad? Caroline tells us her top 5 helpful tips.
When travelling abroad, especially alone, there is a time and place to make up white lies for your own safety.