If you are a woman who LOVES to travel - solo, with family, friends or a group - then you need to check out Global Adventuress before your next trip. The site, launched in 2011, is designed for female explorers of all ages, interests and aspirations.
Packed with articles and envy-inducing photos, it’s a place to get travel information and resources as well as a place to share your own global ... [Read More]
By Andrea Eldridge - Summer vacation holds a special appeal for us all... remember the excitement of that last day of school, anxiously awaiting the final bell? Now that we’re grown up we start out just as excited until we realize we have to do the leg-work to plan the trip. By the end of it all we find we are often exhausted before we get out the door. ... [Read More]
When I got married 15 years ago, bachelorette parties consisted of strip clubs (think Magic Mike), shtup-erware (sex toy) parties, celebratory dinners or more subdued trips to the spa. Well, times have changed and today, women are trading in the more traditional bachelorette revelry for something a bit more extreme before walking down the aisle. We aren't talking about a girls trip to Vegas, we are talking ... [Read More]
Samantha Brown is the girl next door with the best job in the world. In one unexpected, life changing moment, she went from travel novice and struggling actor to professional traveler and TV host of her own show. As a result, for the last 13 years, Samantha has gotten to journey to some of the most fascinating destinations across the globe and document her incredible experiences for a travel series bearing ... [Read More]
Anyone else love the short lived, early 80's sitcom Bosom Buddies? You know the one... two men - Kip Wilson (played by Tom Hanks) and Henry Desmond (played by Peter Scolari) - disguise themselves as women - "Buffy" and "Hildegard" - in order to live in the dirt-cheap, female only, Susan B. Anthony Hotel and all sorts of hijinks ensue. Well, part of this comedic, fantasy plotline is apparently becoming a ... [Read More]
It happens all the time: a woman sits down at a restaurant with a man and the person waiting on the table - male or female - assumes that the man will order the wine. Call it a cultural default in a world where we traditionally ask men to be connoisseurs and gatekeepers of fine taste. And the stereotype has a basis in the reality of viniculture in America today. In the world of wine, women may account for ... [Read More]