Nomadic Lifestyle – Pros and Cons – Should I Go Nomadic?

Nomadic Lifestyle – Pros and Cons – Should I Go Nomadic?

Am I going nomadic? I have been tossing around the idea of turning my lifestyle nomadic for the past couple of years and now. I am taking some steps towards turning my dream of becoming location independent into a reality. Will I have the confidence to follow through?     This whole idea of going nomadic started to […]

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Fear Traveling Alone? Who to Trust While Traveling Solo

Fear Traveling Alone? Who to Trust While Traveling Solo

For those who fear traveling alone, not knowing who to trust can be petrifying. Trust is a major aspect of solo travel. Trust in one’s own gut instinct, intuition, or whatever you want to call it, is vital to a solo traveler. I think it’s vital to anyone but it becomes even more important when […]

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Fear Traveling Alone? – Overcoming Language Barriers

Fear Traveling Alone? – Overcoming Language Barriers

The fear of traveling alone is so intense for some people they simply do not travel solo and some do not travel at all. I have had many conversations with people that long to travel but are afraid to travel alone so I decided I would write a new series on Solo Trips And Tips about the issues […]

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Fitbit – Discipline and Motivation Help to Stay Healthy

Fitbit – Discipline and Motivation Help to Stay Healthy

One of my favorite new gadgets is the Fitbit Charge I received as a Christmas gift in 2014 from one of my clients. I have been curious as to how many miles I logged while traveling – especially when hiking or exploring a new city on foot. I tried to map it out and get […]

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La Condesa Mexico City – A Great Walking Neighborhood

La Condesa Mexico City – A Great Walking Neighborhood

On my recent solo trip to Mexico City I stayed in the trendy La Condesa neighborhood. It was wonderful! I felt safe walking around the neighborhood even at night-time. I’m glad I chose to stay in La Condesa for my vacation to Mexico City. Disclosure: “Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. […]

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2014 Solo Travel Highlights – Wanderlust Fix

2014 Solo Travel Highlights – Wanderlust Fix

2014 Solo Travel Highlights 2014 was a wonderful year of solo travel. Looking over the highlights of my year I did do more traveling than in prior years. I made a point of trying to see more of Texas. Although my goal of taking one road trip per month was not completed – not even close! […]

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Frida Kahlo Museum – Coyoacan – Mexico City

Frida Kahlo Museum – Coyoacan – Mexico City

Visiting the Frida Kahlo Museum in the Coyoacan neighborhood of Mexico City has been on my wish list for many years. When I made my first solo trip to Mexico City in November it was one of the first museums I visited. Disclosure: “Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means if […]

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8 Days of Solo Travel in Mexico City

8 Days of Solo Travel in Mexico City

I planned my solo trip to Mexico City after reading another blogger’s city guide. I was inspired by all of the great architecture, art museums, and archaeological sites. With just over a week in Mexico City I had plenty of time to explore on my own. For many years I envisioned visiting the Frida Kahlo […]

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What are the Wilderness Survival Skills Needed to Survive on Your Own?

What are the Wilderness Survival Skills Needed to Survive on Your Own?

Today’s post Wilderness Survival Skills for Hiking Solo and Surviving Outdoors Alone will cover some of the basics for outdoor survival while hiking by yourself. I have been hesitant to do any off-trail hiking alone due to lack of experience and knowledge. What if I got completely lost while hiking and needed to survive on my own? This […]

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Sagrada Familia Architecture and Stained Glass Windows in Barcelona

Sagrada Familia Architecture and Stained Glass Windows in Barcelona

Sagrada Familia is famous largely due to its Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi and the fact that the church has been under construction since 1882. The beautiful stained glass windows and distinctive architecture at Sagrada Familia captivate visitors. Estimated completion date of Sagrada Familia is now 2026 – 2028 if all goes well. The construction/tourist site is […]

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Rock Art at Remic Rapids – Ottawa River

Rock Art at Remic Rapids – Ottawa River

The first afternoon of my solo trip to Ottawa I decided to go for a walk along the Ottawa River and I discovered the wonderful Rock Art exhibit at Remic Rapids. I glimpsed a grouping of stones balanced on one another like an inukhsuk. Walking further down the river I saw dozens of balanced rock art sculptures.   […]

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Poutine Quintessential Quebec Cuisine

Poutine Quintessential Quebec Cuisine

While traveling around the world or at home I love to experience different cultures via the food. There are not too many foods that have their origin in Canada, where I grew up, but visiting Quebec I had the pleasure of tasting one of them. Poutine is quintessential Quebec cuisine. What is poutine? Poutine consists […]

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