Envision 2020: Why go to a music festival solo?
For some of us, the idea of going to a music festival solo is our worst nightmare. Who would we dance with? Would it be the same without a gang of mates to camp with? The truth is, in today's
15 inspirational female travellers you need to follow
If you're finding you're lacking in travel inspiration, check out these incredible female travellers. They're the women who inspire me daily with their travel blogs, Instagram feeds and adventures. I'm a big believer that if you're ever to achieve your
11 invaluable life skills solo travel teaches you
Solo travel is one of the biggest and fastest learning curves you can face in life. No matter how experienced the traveller, you are learning new skills every single day. I've now been travelling for over five years solo across
Travel | How travel can be the greatest healer for heartbreak
First of all, I want to thank all my lovely readers for their messages and emails lately. Especially to those who have pushed me to publish this post - it was the hardest one to publish for a very long
Independence | “Don’t be scared to walk alone, don’t be scared to like it”
It's been a funny few weeks - I won't go into too many details but let's just say a few things have happened lately that have really forced me to step up and act like an adult. It's pretty easy
How travelling solo gives you the confidence you never knew you had
I've always been a very confident person, anyone who knows me will tell you that, but travelling has brought out a confidence I never knew I had within me. People talk about travelling changing them, particularly solo travelling, they say
Why travelling solo isn’t as scary as I expected
Those of you who have been following my journey will remember when I posted about the reactions of people as they realised I was planning on travelling across Asia, Australia and New Zealand by myself. Solo. Alone. Big decision right?