Archive for the "Women’s Travel" category


by Beth Whitman (May 16th, 2014)

Have you seen our new logo? Yup, it was time for a bit of a makeover. But it was also time to further our philosophy that women can do anything we set our minds to. Hence the tag line, Be Bold. No limitations. No doubts. Just pure unadulterated BOLDNESS. As I recently wrote about in […]

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International Women’s Day and Women’s Travel Fest – March 8

by Beth Whitman (March 7th, 2014)

Saturday, March 8 is a big day for women. Not only is it International Women’s Day but it’s also the inaugural Women’s Travel Fest event in New York City. Here’s what you should know about both: International Women’s DayI was amazed to learn that International Women’s Day was first observed in the early 1900s. Women […]

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The Sisterhood of Traveling Wanderlusters – We Go Solo

by Beth Whitman (February 12th, 2013)

The uproar last week over Sarai Sierra’s death in Turkey initially had me a bit baffled. But by week’s end I was inspired by what the travel blogging community did to raise awareness of the perils of solo travel for women as well as supporting what many of us already knew, that solo travel is […]

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