Through this blog, I’ll help you understand the fundamentals of slow traveling with tips to incorporate into your next trip. It’s about time we shift our perspectives to travel intentionally and travel slowly.
For many, the changing of seasons can be a wonderful time of the year. However, not everyone greets these seasonal changes with the same sense of enthusiasm. But why do we feel this way, and what are some of the cures for seasonal depression?
If you’ve never been before, you might be wondering how to do Oktoberfest in Munich the right way, or which is the best tent at Oktoberfest. Take it from a native, I’m going to share some insider tips with all the information you’ll need for the best Oktoberfest experience. Consider me your Oktoberfest guide.
I truly feel that being able to travel solo in Europe is one of the best gifts you can give yourself. It’s so freeing and exhilarating, and there’s nowhere else in the world truly like it.
If you’re looking for good solo travel destinations for a 2023 Euro trip, you’re in the right place!
Traveling can be the most exhilarating and freeing experience. But sometimes, even when you really want to pursue a dream or step out into the unknown, something creeps into your mind and holds you back. If you’re hesitant to take the leap and go on a solo trip or even get on a plane, you might be dealing with minor or even severe anxiety when traveling. The most important thing to recognize is that you’re definitely not alone in this.
Solo travel is the definition of ultimate freedom.
You get to do whatever you want, be wherever you want, and go whenever you want, without anyone telling you otherwise. (This is one of the many reasons you should take a solo trip!)
But if you’re introverted, you may wonder, “do introverts like to travel solo?”
It can be the most exhilarating and freeing experience to be able to travel the world on your own.
Are you curious about solo travel? Ready to embark on your first solo travel adventure? There are a few essential things to keep in mind when traveling solo as a female.
Beauty. Trust. Breath. Progress. This is what comes to mind when I think of springtime. The arrival of spring shows us renewal. How can we approach the transformation of our own being? Just as the soil naturally makes room for the tulip greens to spiral upward, how can we gently shift our relationship to what doesn’t work instead of forcing change?
One of the signature signals of winter and the holiday season is the Munich Christmas Markets (Christkindlmarkt) that begin to pop up all around the city in late November. From mulled wine and music, to stocking stuffers and intricate gifts, you’ll find a world of treats displayed within the stalls of each one.
Como! I heard about this city my entire life, and now I live just 30 km away. Since moving to Lugano, I have already been there four times. Each time, I’ve driven over from my new home to spend a couple of hours strolling around and indulging in the exquisite food and scenery in Como, Italy.