Tag Archives: Solo travel insights

How To Be a Conscious Traveller in 2022

Is this the year that travel finally comes back? It appears that the travel industry seems to think so.  After the last two years of constant uncertainty and ever-changing restrictions, there is finally hope on the horizon. But before we throw ourselves back out there and experience the world of solo travel, we have an… Continue Reading…

Remembering My Time in Ukraine

For this month’s solo insight, I look back at my time in Ukraine and the reason why I was inspired to visit this fascinating country. Remembering my time in Ukraine… “That… is the World’s most travelled man,” said my newfound friend at the London networking event I was attending.  I looked to where their head… Continue Reading…

Making An Impact: Humanitarian Girl about the Globe

Every month I post a solo insight, an insight into solo travel and a more personal post than a city guide. For this month’s insight, I was writing a post about how to be a conscious traveller in 2022. I had nearly finished it when my instinct told me to stop writing it. You know… Continue Reading…

How To Get Over a Long Distance Relationship

If you’ve recently come out of a relationship and are unsure what your next step is, here’s my personal account of how to get over a long distance break up. N.b. GatG is a BetterHelp affiliate. By purchasing their service through this page, GatG receives a commission. With our mission to help vulnerable girls about… Continue Reading…

Living a Nomad Life: My Favourite Destinations

For this month’s solo travel insight, I look back on my six years as a digital nomad and hope to inspire you to take a leap of faith if you’re thinking about it too. I’m writing this month’s insight from Madeira, a Portuguese island known for its Madeira wine, black sand beaches and more recently… Continue Reading…

Solo Travel Books

Over the years, there have been many female explorers that have taken on the world solo. In the eighteenth century, Mary Wollstonecraft, a British novelist, philosopher and advocate of women’s rights became a heroine with her way of travel. In the nineteenth century a British explorer called Mary Kingsley, travelled to West and Central Africa… Continue Reading…