Category Archives: Travel Anxiety

Tips for anxious travelers.

4 Epic Times I’ve Faced My Fears Abroad (And Won)

43 tips for fearful flyers

Solo travel may be liberating, but it’s also a little scary! If you’ve read my literary characters post, then you already know I’m not a crazy adventurous person. My bed, Netflix subscription, and books appeal to me way more than running off mountainsides in Slovenia. I love to travel. Obviously. I also love to feel “safe.” My […]

Why I Took a Hiatus from Travel Blogging (+ goals for 2017)

why i took a hiatus

Crap. Was October 12th truly the last time I updated my blog? Really? REALLY? Wow. That’s … horrific. It would actually be funny if I didn’t feel so disingenuous about it. Dear god, I owe you all an apology. The truth is I took a sudden/unannounced hiatus from travel blogging, a hiatus that lasted a little over 2 […]

Anxious People Can Travel Too (And Here’s How!)

My Californian Spring Break

Anxious People Can Travel Too On September 17th, my parents and I visited my brother in Manhattan. Balmy winds and sunny skies promised a beautiful day in one of my favorite cities. New York rules my heart despite its scary prices and crowds. While my dad and brother attended a Mets Game, my mom and […]

The Ultimate Packing List and Gifts for Nervous Flyers

gifts for nervous flyers

Packing List: Gifts for Nervous Flyers I wanted to write this packing list consisting of gifts for nervous flyers as a thoughtful gesture. After all, it’s so bloody important for fearful flyers to prepare for our trips ahead of time. Good packing skills are essential for any traveler, but anyone who feels jittery on planes needs […]

My Greatest Travel Fear

my greatest travel fear

Public Service Announcement: All photographed food tasted divine and resulted in no illnesses. Fear sucks. My greatest travel fear sucks even more. Okay, I’ve debated posting about this topic for a few weeks now, but resisted temptation. First of all, I wasn’t sure whether or not my greatest travel fear teetered into “too emo territory.” […]