Current Solo Travel Trends and Statistics 51% of our survey respondents stated that they would be traveling solo on their next vacation. 80% of solo travelers come from Germany, followed by the UK at 69% and then Canada at 67%* 17% will try solo travel for the 1st time and 15% will try adventure travel
Several years ago I gave a Pecha Kucha presentation at Tellus 360 in downtown Lancaster about protecting the places we love, places I consider sacred. Places I consider home. As I’ve been scouring Lancaster county for just the right veggies and plants to fill my gardens, I’ve been thinking a lot about home. I live
I was a wannabe depressive in middle school. I knew people who had threatened to commit suicide and had been through serious trauma. I was a bit of a drama queen and latched myself onto those people. I remember contemplating suicide-not enough to follow through-enough to wonder how I would do it. I never have
It’s not often that you can visit multiple national parks in the span of a week, which is why the August 8-13 trip to Montana and Wyoming national parks will be exceptional. You will fly into Jackson Hole, Wyoming (Delta has some good rates) which is part of the beauty of the trip as you’ll enjoy
I woke up Sunday and felt the familiar palpitations. Despite being diagnosed with superventricular tachycardia 5+ years ago, I knew it wasn’t that. Or, maybe it was, but it wasn’t caused by my heart. I was feeling the shortness of breath that comes with anxiety. When I stood and walked around, I felt light headed.