Tag: female

Traveling Lives: Nurse and Humanitarian Emily Scott

Traveling Lives: Nurse and Humanitarian Emily Scott

Emily Scott is a labor and delivery nurse based in Seattle who regularly volunteers for humanitarian medical missions around the globe. Emily and her husband, Aaron, believe that travel can be a “force for good,” and they share their ethical travel tips and off-the-beaten-path adventures on their […]

Jobs That Let You See the World: Mercy Ships Nurse

Jobs That Let You See the World: Mercy Ships Nurse

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to volunteer as a Mercy Ships nurse? Thank you to Ivanna Figueroa for shining a light on the important work she’s been doing in Africa over the past three years. You can read more about her extraordinary life, […]

Traveling Lives: Professor and Travel Writer Kristin Winet

Traveling Lives: Professor and Travel Writer Kristin Winet

Kristin Winet is one of the many wonderful women I met through Wanderful and the Women in Travel Summit (WITS). A native of Atlanta, Georgia, she and her husband (and their two cats) relocated to Florida this year after living in Arizona for eight years. […]

Traveling Lives: PR Pro Kristin Amico

Traveling Lives: PR Pro Kristin Amico

I sat next to Kristin Amico during a session at the 2015 Women in Travel Summit in Boston, and we quickly bonded over our desire to balance our demanding public relations careers with freelance travel writing. Ever since, she’s been a great sailing buddy, drinking buddy […]

Traveling Lives: Global Educator Kelly Rodriguez

Traveling Lives: Global Educator Kelly Rodriguez

Kelly Rodriguez was one of the many inspiring women I met at the 2015 Women in Travel Summit in Boston. She teaches English online to European students, and muses about her life, family and travels on her blog, A Lovely Life Indeed.

Traveling Lives: International Recruiter Trish Collins

Traveling Lives: International Recruiter Trish Collins

My cousin introduced me to her high school friend, Trish Collins, through Facebook because of our mutual travel obsession, and since then, I’ve enjoyed following her frequent trips around the globe. She’ll be staying put in the coming year, though, since she’ll be welcoming her first child (now […]

Jobs That Let You See the World: Facilities Manager

Jobs That Let You See the World: Facilities Manager

Since my current job keeps me pretty rooted in one place, I recently interviewed a series of professionals in diverse careers whose jobs let them earn a living and see the world at the same time — the goal is to provide some information and inspiration to […]

Jobs That Let You See the World: Flight Attendant

Jobs That Let You See the World: Flight Attendant

Since my current job keeps me pretty rooted in one place, I recently interviewed a series of professionals in diverse careers whose jobs let them earn a living and see the world at the same time — the goal is to provide some information and inspiration to […]

Jobs That Let You See the World: College Professor

Jobs That Let You See the World: College Professor

Since my current job keeps me pretty rooted in one place, I recently interviewed a series of professionals in diverse careers whose jobs let them earn a living and see the world at the same time — the goal is to provide some information and inspiration to […]

10 Things You Need to Do Before Takeoff

10 Things You Need to Do Before Takeoff

For most people, the days leading up to a vacation are a blur – doing laundry, packing, running errands, making arrangements for plants and pets, and wrapping up responsibilities at the office. Even though I travel frequently, it’s still a challenge to remember all of the details that […]