Travel to Brazil: Rio de Janeiro in the Blink of an Eye
Jun02

Travel to Brazil: Rio de Janeiro in the Blink of an Eye

Sleep? Who needs sleep when you’re in another country for two nights? Or, another continent in this case. Another business trip had me traveling to Rio de Janeiro last week and my on-the-ground time was three days and two nights with most of that time devoted to business meetings.

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How I Stayed Safe While Traveling in Rio de Janeiro
Dec20

How I Stayed Safe While Traveling in Rio de Janeiro

Heading to Rio de Janeiro soon? Fantastic! My first bit of advice for staying safe is…

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Muddling through Rio de Janeiro: Things to Do
Dec18
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Learn How to Prepare a Brazilian Meal with Cook in Rio
Nov25
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In the Can: Travel’s Not-So-Pretty Side
Oct30
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INFOGRAPHIC: Tips for Staying Safe When Traveling to Brazil for the World Cup
Jun10

INFOGRAPHIC: Tips for Staying Safe When Traveling to Brazil for the World Cup

All eyes are on Brazil this week as the country welcomes the world to the 2014 FIFA World Cup and in two years, Rio de Janeiro will play host to the Summer Olympic Games. If you’re one of the estimated 3.7 million people traveling to Brazil, remember in all the thrilling excitement to take time to play it safe in Brazil.

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Lost in Brazilian Portuguese Translation: When the Security Guard Rings Your Bell
Nov15

Lost in Brazilian Portuguese Translation: When the Security Guard Rings Your Bell

“Do you sleep here?” my sister Lizzy asked the tall, dark and handsome hotel security guard who joined us in elevator. We had seen him morning, noon and night during our week-long stay in Rio de Janeiro and had exchanged smiles and little waves. On our last in night in Rio, this was the first conversation we had with him.

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10 Things that Surprised Me About Thailand
Apr12

10 Things that Surprised Me About Thailand

Oh, Thailand. I had no idea how in a short period of time I would be so smitten with your wonderful kingdom. My visit was only a week long and definitely not enough time to call me an expert. I admit, I didn’t do the proper research before hitting the ground running in Bangkok and Loei Province and in my naivety, here are 10 things that surprised me about Thailand.

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I Dream of Summer Road Tripping in Cooler Climes with Best Western
Apr21

I Dream of Summer Road Tripping in Cooler Climes with Best Western

I dream of summer road tripping in cooler climes with Best Western. Why? Spring has sprung yet here in Southwest Florida high humidity causing frizzy-hair days and that why-did-I-shower-this-morning feeling have already kissed my unmanageable locks. The arrival of spring also means I can see the end of what’s been a very busy and intense winter season at my day job.

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Scariest Thing I Did in 2013 Was…
Dec30

Scariest Thing I Did in 2013 Was…

I wholeheartedly believe being a little scared brings out the best in a person. With the end of 2013 I’m looking back and remembering an incredible year. I traveled to three continents , met inspiring and good people, and emotionally grew by pushing personal boundaries.

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Greetings! SoloTravelGirl.com’s Postcard of the Month Club is Taking a Sabbatical
Nov10

Greetings! SoloTravelGirl.com’s Postcard of the Month Club is Taking a Sabbatical

It was my appreciation for the art of postcards that inspired me to launch SoloTravelGirl.com’s Postcard of the Month Club last October. It was simple. For a year, once a month I would send a postcard to those blog readers who registered. Can you believe it’s been a year?

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Health & Beauty: One Month After Using Fysiko Eyelash Growth Serum and Seeing Results
Jun10
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A Solo Travel Girl Is: Restless, Responsible and Ready
Apr21
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The Big Negative with Traveling Abroad
Apr17
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A Solo Travel Girl Is: Optimistic, Observant and An Original
Apr17
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