In a world filled with amazing destinations and breathtaking experiences, embarking on solo adventures can be both empowering and fulfilling for solo female adventurers 50+. However, the joys of travel multiply exponentially when like-minded women come together, transforming from strangers into soul sisters. In this Ezine article, I will explore the incredible power of female bonding through group travel for solo female adventurers in their golden years. Join me as I dive into the transformative journeys of discovery, connection, and lifelong friendship that await these brave and adventurous women.
This week I wanted to add an article on tips for making your airport experience more streamlined. I know, I know! Airports are busier and less efficient than ever and it seems like airline employees and TSA agents wake up on the wrong side of the bed every morning. Many of my clients say that, as much as they love their vacations, the absolute worst part of the journey is simply surviving the airport experience. Here are 7 suggestions to eliminate hassles at the airport and keep that blood pressure at a safe level. Take notes and take action....and don't forget to pack your patience and sense of humor in that carry-on. They don't weigh anything!
1. Sign up for TSA PreCheck or Global Entry! This is my favorite recommendation for people who travel more than once a year, especially if that travel is International. Being able to cruise through security at over 130 US airports is heaven, but I especially love the Global Entry kiosks in US
As an empty nester, the opportunity for quality time with family and the chance to create lasting memories is more important than ever before. Group travel offers an incredible opportunity to share experiences and create memories with loved ones. Whether you're planning a trip with extended family or a group of lifelong friends, group travel can provide a unique and fulfilling bonding experience. Here are some tips on making the most of your group travel experience for empty nesters.