a resource for solo female travelers, social butterfly wanderers, points hackers, bookworms with wanderlust, dwellers of any airplane seat, train travel lovers, and every girl in-between.

Destinations, cuisine, and books

from one journey to every country in the world.

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Girl in blue coat at the Grand Place in Brussels

The Journey to 197

Vegan dark chocolate gelato in Pisa, Italy

Vegan Travel

Closeup of mosiacs at Parc Guell in Barcelona

Books to Read

Pink flowers hanging over a brown wall with blue sky in the background

From the Aisle Seat

hi, i’m sarah

 I’m a writer and budding entrepreneur with a love for caffeine, capital gains, and seeing the world.

 I took my first international trip when I was 19. I’d never even been on a plane or inside an airport (!), and I was all alone. Oh, and did I mention I was going to Costa Rica for a MONTH?

One trip is all it took. I was hooked.

20+ countries later, traveling has impacted who I am and who I’ll be forever.

I wholeheartedly believe that travel can change us for the better, if we’re brave enough to let it.

Let’s be brave together.

where i’ve been





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Farewell to Summer 2022

Summer 2022 was the first year of Summer Lists. I hope it's the first of many to come. As I mentioned in my post explaining what Summer Lists are and where I first saw them, I talked about how I look forward to seeing these change as I do. This year's list was...

Oaxaca Vegan Food You Should Try

In the cultural capital of Mexico, there is no shortage of Oaxaca vegan food to try. As I planned our time in Oaxaca, I knew we'd be frequenting the best vegan restaurants in Oaxaca, according to HappyCow and Google. Mexican cuisine is designated as an Intangible...

Oaxaca Travel Guide

Known for its robust art, culture, and cuisine, Oaxaca is a charming city that belongs on any Mexico itinerary. It was my absolute favorite place from this entire two-week trip to Mexico. As I write this Oaxaca travel guide two months later, I remember still the...

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