“Behind every successful woman is a tribe of other successful women who have her back!”
We are blessed to have the collective wisdom of many successful women who are willing to share their knowledge with us. I feel so privileged to introduce to you a few of the many women that I have met on the road and have learned so much from. We all share similar concerns about health, safety and the practical aspects of solo travel.
Jump over to their sites and follow along as they share their expertise with us.
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It's been a stressful year - or longer - for many people. Nature provides ...
Some people dream about the day they will spend more time solo on the road,
It can be tough to know exactly what to do when a friend is going through a
Thanks to KOA for sharing this article. Many women post about wanting to camp alone, but being nervous about doing so.
For Father's Day we share this story from Beth Reiber. Enjoy. ...
"Whether you buy a tent or RV, or rent a cabin or glamping tent, spending time in nature is indisputably good for your mental health."
I was so tired I could barely get my work done. I snapped at my family and ...
If ever you need some campsite inspiration, just watch one of Janine's videos! She's the master of great ideas.
Great to see a useful video with tips different from what we usually see.
"I'm currently still a full-time hobo."
In some countries, for example Greece, backcountry camping is illegal. In New Zealand, dumping trash on campgrounds or hiking trails carries a fine of up to $ 10,000.
Good tips for staying hydrated when camping - some info you might not always think about.
"Staring at the packages lying side by side on our counter, my hands would shake as they hovered over the rations before grabbing one. It was a difficult decision; in my mind, an M.R.E. wasn’t about just the entree. It was about the extras that weren’t mentioned on the outside of the package."
Boondocking is free, wild and lovely, and there are specific rules you’ll need to know before you embark on this type of camping.
You might wonder why so many people love to camp. From the National Park Service, here are 6 reasons why we love it, and most of us have more reasons we'd add to this list.
I had the enviable opportunity to accompany a fellow Girl Camper on an ...
I asked the women in my group to share photos of their favorite camp shirts
“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery. Air, mountains, tree, ...
How to choose a camp rocking chair