I just spent 2 weeks in Italy on a pilgrimage to Bari, my Father's hometown. What an incredible trip! While eating and drinking my way through the Italian region of Puglia, I couldn't help but notice how effortlessly the Italians conserved energy and water.
So, in addition to 5 pounds of "panza," I've brought back with me these red, white and green tips to share ... [Read More]
Approximately 42 million Americans are expected to take a road trip this Thanksgiving. So if you're one of them and plan to go "over the river and through the wood" to anyone's house tomorrow, you should know that this famed line was originally written in 1844 as part of a Thanksgiving Day poem, not a Christmas ... [Read More]
In visual protest of the fact that only 2.6 percent of the streets in Paris, the capital of France, are named after notable women, French feminist group Osez le Féminisme pulled off a covert stunt that left almost all of the street signs on the Île de la Cité with new names yesterday morning. Overnight, they managed to ... [Read More]
In February 2012, Women You Should Know profiled Samantha Brown as part of our WYSKumentary video series. We had the privilege of telling the story of this small town, girl-next-door who landed herself the "best job in the world" as host of a travel series bearing her name on the Travel Channel. Fifteen years ... [Read More]
After an accident left her mother wheelchair bound and depressed, An Rong decided that travel would be the best medicine to put a smile back on her ailing mother’s face.
"She stopped eating and drinking and would often lie in bed all day, she was also becoming very forgetful," said An Rong. "My sister and I had to put notes around the ... [Read More]
If you're not familiar with the term "manspread," then you've likely never ridden a NYC subway or bus. So here's how we define it: the rude and self-indulgent act of spreading one's legs far wider than necessary to accommodate anything that might exist between them, even among the most blessed men, while seated in a communal row, thereby encroaching on everyone else's right to some personal ... [Read More]
British travel writer, Lois Pryce has found a way to combine two of her greatest loves… motorcycles and writing. The adventure traveler, also known as Lois on the Loose, has taken solo rides across the Americas and Africa, and recently finished a 3000 mile journey through Iran.
“Of all my journeys, this is the one that has affected ... [Read More]
By Stephanie Roland - When someone tells you to “Aim High,” what comes to mind? Probably some variation of try your best, dream big, shoot for the stars, etc. Well seven women have taken the inspirational mantra a little more literally, shooting not quite for the stars, but as close to them as you can get without leaving Earth. ... [Read More]