International Women’s Day: Celebrating the Traveling Women Who Inspire Me

Today, as the world celebrates International Women’s Day (#IWC), I want to celebrate some of the awesome women I’ve traveled with, met while away from home, or who have inspired me to explore new places.

The worldly, womanly writers who have written inspiring memoirs. Sarah McDonald’s Holy Cow, Kabul Beauty School by Deborah Rodriguez, Tales of Female Nomad by Rita Golden Gelman, and now Gloria Steinem’s My Life on the Road are some of my favorites. (What are some of yours? I’m always on the lookout for travel memoirs!)


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#BathroomsOfTheWorld: Le Lèche-Vin, Paris, 11e

#tbt to that time I went to Europe with my dad, my brother and his girlfriend…

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Next Stop: Everywhere

“I haven’t been everywhere but it’s on my list.” – Susan Sontag

We started dating in 2009 and took our first vacation together to Chattanooga, TN. Since then, we’ve gone on two dozen trips together, spanning the entire country (not to mention our solo travels). In 2015 alone, we visited a collective 14 states and traveled a collective 23,363 miles. In 2016, we hope to double that. 🙂

We already have a few international trips planned, as well as many domestic adventures, and we want to be able to share our travels with you as experience new cities, meet new people, and discover new paradises together.