Some Bloggers Travel Gracefully. I’m Not One of Them.
Dec27

Some Bloggers Travel Gracefully. I’m Not One of Them.

Perhaps there are some travel bloggers who have truly perfected the whole traveling gig – or at least they’ve made you believe they have – but I full heartily admit, I’m not one of them.

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Have You Heard the Chatter? Solo Travel Girl’s Been in the News!
Dec07

Have You Heard the Chatter? Solo Travel Girl’s Been in the News!

Fall 2015 has been pretty exciting for Solo Travel Girl. Here’s where I’ve been mentioned in the media lately.

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Let’s Get Real. My Life Is Not Perfect.
Jul23

Let’s Get Real. My Life Is Not Perfect.

I’m happy inspiring others to travel alone, not lonely, but let’s get real. My life is not perfect and neither is that of anyone else.

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Travel to New York: Maid of the Mist, Buffalo’s Silos and Shark Girl
May10

Travel to New York: Maid of the Mist, Buffalo’s Silos and Shark Girl

There’s a saying of, “If we could see the world through the eyes of a child, we would see the magic in everything.” The same can be said about a former resident seeing their hometown through tourist sunglasses.

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Living Life Rather Than Watching Life
May03

Living Life Rather Than Watching Life

Another weekend is winding down and the reality of the events over the last couple of days are sinking in. “That’s a long way to go for a short amount of time,” my seat neighbor said to me as the flight landed.

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I Discovered Thainess and Recharged My Soul
Apr04

I Discovered Thainess and Recharged My Soul

I traveled to Thailand to discover Thainess and the unexpected happened; I recharged my soul. Thing is, I didn’t realize how hollow my life has been the last few months. Visitation to Florida has been flooded with tourists and seasonal residents seeking warmth and sunshine.

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I Spit in a Vial All in the Name of Research for the AncestryDNA Test
Mar08

I Spit in a Vial All in the Name of Research for the AncestryDNA Test

Who do I think I am? AncestryDNA helped me figure that out. When it comes down to genealogy, I thought I knew who I was based on what my family told me over the years. My father’s side is German with possible Austrian while my mother’s is Irish and Slovakian.

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Recipe: Fiery Party in Your Mouth Potato Chip Cookies
Feb19

Recipe: Fiery Party in Your Mouth Potato Chip Cookies

Making recipes prepared by loved ones in my past is a way I travel back in time and reconnect with cherished memories. One of my favorite sweet treats my Grandma Huber baked when I was a kid were Potato Chip Cookies. Ingredients are pretty simple yet the cookie is thick with a buttery, savory and simply sweet flavor and crunchy texture.

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How I Turned “I Can’t Do It” into “I Did It”
Feb01

How I Turned “I Can’t Do It” into “I Did It”

How did I turn “I can’t do it” into “I did it”? The same way you eat an elephant. Bite by bite.

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Solo Travel Girl’s 2015 Postcard Club
Jan17

Solo Travel Girl’s 2015 Postcard Club

Handwriting is a lost art and with the expanding digital age, this includes writing and sending postcards. Posting a pretty vacation picture to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter is easier finding and mailing postcards. Because everyone enjoys receiving something in the mail, I’ve decided to revive SoloTravelGirl.com’s Postcard Club.

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Ohmygoodness! Solo Travel Girl Has Been Nominated for a Florida Sunshine Blog Award! 2015
Jan11

Ohmygoodness! Solo Travel Girl Has Been Nominated for a Florida Sunshine Blog Award! 2015

I received some ohmygoodness news last week and I want to express my sincere thanks to those who made it happen. Solo Travel Girl has been nominated for a Sunshine Blog Award! This blog is one of three in the running for Best Travel Blog.

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2014: The Year I Made My Peace
Jan01

2014: The Year I Made My Peace

Reflecting on 2014, it’s been one wild, excellent ride. The year was full of travel, good people, soul-searching, new experiences, and the continual evolution of being a better me. I have much gratitude for the opportunities afforded to me within the last year but I’m most grateful for making my peace.

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A Little Time Off is Good for the Soul
Dec28

A Little Time Off is Good for the Soul

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve taken a little break from my blog. It wasn’t intentional and at first I felt guilty because I have SEVERAL posts that need to be written and uploaded. Honestly, I over-committed myself to projects during the last half of 2014 and in turn, kinda burned myself out. This break has provided clarity on several things and allowed me to focus on what I want to do with this blog. Thank...

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Thank You, Nashville. My Heart is Singing Again
Dec02

Thank You, Nashville. My Heart is Singing Again

Minutes after landing, it didn’t take long to realize Nashville embraces the whole Music City theme like a big ole’ bear hug. It’s also when it clicked something had been missing in my life. Music.

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Four Things I Should Have Thought About When I Began Blogging
Nov27

Four Things I Should Have Thought About When I Began Blogging

Four things I should have thought about when I began blogging: where I wanted to be in life, responsibilities as a blogger, my value, and how much time a blog needs to succeed.

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