10 Tips For Women Who Want To Travel Solo

  1. RORY says:

    Great post! I really like that long tunic on you. Very Classy.

  2. Cher says:

    Hi. Very informative post. Sounds like a great way to travel. I want to suggest you take a look at “Eat,Pray,Move,” a company that is advertised as doing a yoga retreat but it is so much more and you aren’t required to do yoga if you don’t want to! I did their Marrakech retreat and it was the trip of a lifetime. I even traveled , at age 69, all by myself from Texas to Marrakech!!! Check it out! Erin, the founder ,leads most of the tours and is an awesome woman!!!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      That’s exactly what Heather and She’s the World offers. You can book a tour anywhere in the world and have Heather as your guide.

  3. Maura says:

    I traveled solo for my job….and used several of these tips. But traveled with mom in 2008 to Amsterdam, Belgium and Paris. Did pre-trip research and learned not to dress as a tourist. So bought black knit pants and accessorized with colorful tops. Also bought a black cross-body that was reinforced with steel mesh to avoid cut and snatch. And, I guess it didn’t hurt that I had worked in NYC for a number of years

  4. Julie says:

    Hi Beth. I can’t believe it’s four years for Mr Style. I commend you on how you have rebuilt your life, it must have been so hard, but you have and I know you miss Mr Style everyday.
    Love the advice. I never walk with earpieces in as you don’t know whats going on around you. Love the outfits, you always look great, kind regards Julie x

  5. Vivian says:

    Hi Beth,
    This was a very informative post. Navigating change is not always easy. Thanks for all your advice…very positive. Btw, I also like that black tunic on you. Very classy.

  6. Lyn says:

    Beth, first of all all of your outfits are dynamite! Also, you should be so proud of your accomplishments since losing Mr. Style. We have been married for 53 years and have done our share of traveling over all the years. I’m not sure I would travel solo, been so lucky in that regard, but travel is still important at our age. It has changed to exploring our beautiful state, and my favorite -going to spas. I think our role as women has changed over the years in so many ways hasn’t it?

  7. Talia says:

    As a newly single woman, this post is so timely. Thank you for showing us that just because you are single doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the world and your life. Please more posts on being single at a certain age.

  8. Sharon P Smith says:

    Beth, I admire you for your accomplishments and how you have continued to live life to the fullest. My husband passed away 4 years ago also. At that time, my daughter was only 20……my focus turned to making sure her needs were met. Jenna has graduated from college and started a very promising career. Now, I need to focus on me. It’s not always easy!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      Thank you, Sharon. And I’m so sorry for your loss. It isn’t easy losing the love of our lives, but life is ever-changing and evolving and we must too. It isn’t easy, but if we take it one day at a time it makes it easier. All the best!

  9. I usually avoid travelling solo. But whenever I do, I always keep my family and friends updated about my whereabouts. Now with your tips, I can be more confident.

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