Tag Archives: Uh oh a rant

On Embracing Your Singleness & Living Your Dreams

embracing your singleness by returning to nature

Uh oh! Travelers, it’s time for a vulnerable lifestyle post! We’re talking about love and singleness today. Brace yourselves.  If you’re thinking, “I’m confused, this is a travel blog! What is this dating nonsense doing here?,” then I advise you return to Blond Wayfarer’s homepage. Pick something more worldly, haha. I have a lot of cool […]

Heart Broken Stories: How NYC Emotionally Healed Me

heart broken stories in nyc

First a disclaimer. Initially, I was completely torn about writing this article on heart broken stories and breakup recovery. I waffled about it all week. I would write a paragraph, shake my head, and close the draft. Then I’d open it again. Argh. As you already know, I don’t make too many references to my […]

Traveling to Find Yourself? Here are the Pros & Cons

travel to find yourself

Ahhh, traveling to find yourself. It’s a controversial topic mentioned in lots of travel forums and subreddits! It’s undeniably true that so many people want to embark on a solo trip, not just for museums, cultural experiences, and food, but rather to truly discover who and what they are. And this objective? Makes sense. A […]

I Give Up (Or Why Jealousy *Almost* Made Me Quit Travel Blogging)

I’m not kidding around. This title is not clickbait. Not even close. I seriously almost quit travel blogging this month. It was not a good time, my friends, not a good time at all. As you know, I’ve been running this website for a little more than three years. I might not have always updated consistently, […]

30 Rookie Travel Mistakes in Europe (And What to Do Instead)

travel mistakes in europe

Argh, making travel mistakes in Europe is no fun, but fortunately, you’re able to prevent them from happening at all! As a solo traveler, I’ve made frequent mistakes in Europe. Embarrassing? Sure, maybe a little and my missteps create hilarious stories to tell over dinner. But now, thanks to my own ridiculousness and lessons learned, I […]