I took my work on the road and become one of a growing tribe of digital nomads - here's how (and why) I made the location-independent leap.
From gritty cities to tiny islands that look like tropical beaches, Scotland is full of wonders. My sister and I spent 9 days discovering just a few of them.
And how you can do the same. With enough courage, a solid plan, and shedding almost everything I owned, I left my corporate life in the US and traveled the globe.
In my year of travel, my packing space was very limited. So I quickly discovered all the things I could live without - despite what many travel bloggers tell you.
Packing for a year of travel was tough - and there were a few things I found I couldn't live without. Here are the 10 things I loved and used and needed.
The five best places for solo female travel I went in my year abroad - all very safe, interesting, and full of their own kind of beauty (and great food!).
Why you should travel to the Isle of Man - a beautiful and quaint haven of an island, full of tiny tailless cats and fierce cliff walks and quiet beauty.
At the end of my year of solo female travel, I took to the fields and walked along Hadrian’s Wall from one coast of England to another. It kept me calm and sane in a time of change and endless questions.
Taking great pictures for Instagram - we all love it, but it’s harder when you’re traveling alone. So use a few sneaky strategies to get those selfies and give yourself lasting reminders of your trip.
A whole year as a solo female traveler - what I learned, what I loved, what I wrote about in my blog along the way.