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With social media booming with romantic getaways and couples’ spa retreats, you can easily assume that when it comes to traveling, two is the magic number. You see the hashtags #baecation #girlfriendsgetaway #couplesgoals #friendswhotravel
When you see this you begin to get discouraged. You think of all the places you want to go and realize that you may never get there. Why? Because you are putting your life on hold waiting on other people or that perfect relationship.
Let’s look at another alternative that brought you here -
You planned the perfect trip with a group of friends, like your sorority sisters, coworkers, or family members. You get all excited and make your deposit. As time progress you start seeing different passengers canceling and saying they can no longer attend. By the time final payment comes you realize that you are the last person standing. A group of 10 has dwindled down to just you. Yes, you may have family that you can travel with, but the purpose of this trip was to enjoy some time with others. So you cancel your trip and end up back on social media reading all of the hashtags and looking at all of the pictures with the magic number of two traveling together.
Let me let you in on a secret -
Two IS NOT the magic number
Solo Traveling is very popular, even more popular than groups and couples getaways.
You do not have to be single, you do not have to be young, and you do not have to be without young children to travel solo. This workbook was created to get people away from the images on the internet and back to fulfilling their desires to travel, with or without a travel companion. While doing my research I learned that solo travel is not something people do just because they can’t find a friend to go with — it’s because they got tired of waiting for the perfect companion and just went. Then, as they find out there are many personal benefits to it. Traveling solo typically becomes the preferred mode of travel.
Not only can you do it, but you should always commit to traveling at least once a year alone.
In this workbook I will explain:
- why solo traveling is important
- common hesitations
- the 4 travel styles of a solo traveler
- how to do it without any fears
- safety tips
- sample travel itineraries
- and so much more
Hi, I’m Star
Your Travel Guide Throughout This Workbook
I will be assisting Nita, the Travel Director of Stars N Skyes Travel, as she shares with you about her journey of traveling solo through over 30 countries.
Traveling in Bali
7 days filled with life-changing experiences
Traveling in Croatia
10 nights visiting Germany and Croatia
Traveling in Japan
5 nights of culture in Tokyo