What do you do when a stranger is not familiar with or understanding of social context cues? My patience has worn thin with men who ignore the cues and cross the line.
As I surpass the halfway point of my trip, I decided to write a reflection piece on Forever En Route. In this piece, I highlight a few of the challenges I’ve faced, insight on other solo female travelers I’ve met, and a handful of life takeaways I’ve learned through traveling. To read more, wander on over … More Reflection Time
Another glorious week in the books at my Workaway, and that goes without saying, I continued my exploration of Southern Spain. This time, I headed for an overnight stay in Seville! Here’s how I made the most of spending one full day in Seville!
During my overnight trip to Seville last week and I found myself in an unfavorable predicament.
You realize a lot about yourself when traveling solo. How you act in certain situations or react to challenges provides incredible insight to your true self. One insight I gained this past week about myself is that I’m hesitant to ask questions.
“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.” —Madeleine Albright
Last Saturday concluded my first volunteer experience with Workaway. The previous three weeks spent in Stege, Denmark flew by quicker than I had anticipated. Leading up to my final days, I was extremely antsy to move on to the next chapter of my trip. However, during one of our group meditation sessions, I realized how … More That’s a wrap!