Christmas Gift Ideas For Female Travelers

Female Travel

It's that time again when the bakeries open with reindeer frosting and they're Christmas sales around every corner. It's a mad house on Black Friday and people are rummaging around trying to find the perfect gift for that special someone. I love Christmas not only because of the gifts, grandma's

Leap, and the Net Will Appear


Leap, and the net will appear. When your intuition draws you to a place, buy a ticket. Although the details are unclear, buy a one-way ticket. Couch surf, piece together multiple jobs; if you are truly drawn to a place, you will make it work. Wherever you go, the further, the

Traveling Isn’t All Sunshine and Daisies

Today I want to talk about something a little different. A topic that I feel isn't shared enough and might be something that a lot of travelers can relate to. I like to call it the "Lonesome Traveler Syndrome." It's where you are surrounded by beautiful landscapes, people and culture,

How to Afford Travel While in College

Every Girl, Everywhere

As a university or college student, it may seem really hard to afford travel right now. However, there are a ton of ways that you can travel cheaply, or even for free, that you should take advantage of while you still can! Here are my top tips on how to

Jeanette with FitGirlTravels on Couples Travel

Every Girl, Everywhere

About 1/3 of travelers I'v met throughout the world are traveling solo or with a partner. During my backpacking trip through Central America, I traveled with my friend and met an array of people with different marital statuses; single, with their boyfriend/girlfriend, newlyweds or those who've been married for 10

How to Survive a Long Distance Relationship

Every Girl, Everywhere

This is my handsome boyfriend and I about a year and a half ago at the beautiful Chicago Zoo. We've been together for nearly two years now and I can say it's been the best two years of my life - except for the fact that we've been long