Tag Archives: Generalized Anxiety

Face Your Fears: How Solo Travel Helped My Anxiety

How Solo Travel Helped My Anxiety. Argh, you guys, full disclaimer … this wasn’t an easy post to write, even if the title “solo travel helped my anxiety” is a positive one. I value honesty on this blog, because I truly want to help others and cut through all the fluff. “Keeping it real” is a […]

My Hilarious Travel Screw Ups (And How to Avoid Them!)

travel screw ups

You know what, I don’t want to sound arrogant, but I’m pretty damn cool. Despite struggling with anxiety on a regular basis, I still push myself to the furtherest limits. I, especially, like to stretch my mental boundaries when I arrive in a new exciting location. For example, I’ve paraglided off mountains in Slovenia. I’ve snorkeled in frigid waters […]

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 […]

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 […]