Everyone will tell you to travel safely, but what does that mean and how do you do it?
Solo travel is a personal and sacred experience. It allows you solitude, the freedom to create your own adventure, and enables you to discover your true self. How do you spend your days when you are free from outside influences? Free from schedules and itineraries? What things interest you and call you to participate? For me, it’s dive bars and nature hikes–especially mountain climbing. What a surprise! I would not have discovered that, if not for the freedom of traveling by myself. I live as a single female, on a 19-foot Skoolie named Bubba; and have been living this way for over a year. I am often asked how I stay safe on the open road. In a perfect world, this would not be a necessary consideration; but our world is not that world, and safety precautions are essential. Everyone will tell you to travel safely, but what does that mean and how do you do it? Here are a few of my safety suggestions for any woman who enjoys traveling more deeply on a solo journey.
Until we’re après-coronavirus, shotskis will have to be a socially distant affair.
While it may look pretty different, there are ski resorts opening for the 2020 season. Since outdoor activity is relatively low-risk, it’s reasonable to expect that people may be able to hit the slopes (with modifications), but spending those post-skiing hours socializing and partying in a crowded deck or inside a bar isn’t going to be a viable activity. And even if you don’t have a ski resort in your backyard, you can still have some wintry après ski fun at home this year.
You can't argue with this fact: Not everyone likes turkey!
Typically the main star of the Thanksgiving meal is, of course, the turkey, that bulbous bird taking center stage on your dining room table year after year. Well, it’s high time that we think of new options for dinner’s main attraction, and not just because I saw a photo of some baby turkeys in a newspaper as a child with the caption, “These little gobblers will be ready for the Thanksgiving table,” and decided then and there that I would specifically not be eating turkey on Thanksgiving. Anyway, here are 10 alternatives to turkey for your Thanksgiving feast.