We do not need to be superheroes like Wonder Woman gracing the cinema screens at the moment. As solo female travellers we have unique superpowers of our own. Not just to inspire others, but to empower our own confidence, self development and future careers.
Here are five of the superpowers we possess as solo female travellers that you may not recognise yet.
Increased self-awareness of who we are and how we fit into the world with clarity and harmony. We have the strength and power to be our own architect in life. The ability to design the life we want.
Ability to see differences and similarities in cultures. We learn to connect with people from anywhere and engage in conversations, even in other languages. We have an ability to attract random conversations which allows us to develop life long friendships around the world.
We develop leadership traits such as on the go decision making and negotiation skills. We learn quickly how to get the best prices, but respectfully.. We learn how to problem solve and make on the spot decisions in those times when things do not go to plan.
Our self confidence increases along with the capability to handle anything thrown our way. Including the ability to say no and not feel guilty. Most importantly, we develop heightened intuition to know when a place or person does not feel right and know that it is time to move on.
We know how to enjoy the moment of being with ourselves and have the ability to laugh at everything. We know how to be present in our surroundings and appreciate life without judgement.
As the champagne bubbles fade and a new year is born, it is time to reassess what our goals will be for the year ahead. The new year is a good time for re-assessing your career is on the right path. A time to make sure that what you do makes you happy and drives you to achieve every day. Imagine your career is like a Christmas present. When you unwrap it does it give you a sense of purpose, drive your passion and give you a nice life? Or do you feel disappointed, disengaged and long for something more.? If you answered yes to the latter, it is time to reassess your goals and put yourself back on the path which makes you happy. Continue reading “A New Year – Stocktake your Career”
In Italy, Christmas continues until 6 January which is a national holiday celebrated as the Feast of Epiphany across the country. It marks the end of the Christmas season and celebrated with the birth of baby Jesus to the Magi (known as the three wise men). However, since the fourth century the birth of Jesus was moved to 25 December as we know it today. Continue reading “La Bafana Giorno”
Cairns is the gateway to the a Great Barrier Reef and popular all year around with visitors and local Queenslanders alike. While international travel is still a fair way off, Australians are taking the opportunity to explore their own country. While in Cairns it is best to get out of the city during the day and explore up and down the coast from the coast through to the rainforests. Continue reading “Beginners Guide to Cairns”
There is no question that 2020 changed the world forever. But what did these events teach us? Have we taken on board the lessons thrown at us to improve the way we live into our future?
Continue reading “What did 2020 teach us?”
With international travel off the cards this year, it means more holidaying at home and exploring more of what Australia has to offer. From the bush to the beach, there are many sides to this large island that we have overlooked in our quest to head overseas. These Christmas holidays are the perfect time for Australians to become reacquainted with their own backyard. Continue reading “Five Aussie Christmas Holidays”
Following a long year in of ups and downs, we have made it to December. In Adelaide, the city has emerged from its lockdown state. Decorations are visible in stores and along our premier shopping strip – Rundle Mall. Continue reading “Christmas in the City”
Situated on the Brisbane River, the aptly name city of Brisbane is Australia’s third largest capital city. Often overshadowed by the more well known cities of Sydney and Melbourne. However, Brisbane has its own unique vibe and welcoming atmosphere. Continue reading “Beginner’s Guide to Brisbane”
Although international travel is still a future thought, domestic travel in most countries is still achievable. For those who want to record their travel memories but are not writers, you may consider documenting your journey in pictures, drawings or other creative designs. Continue reading “Mindfulness through your Travel Art Journal”
Since March, the festival state has been less festive than it usually is with online events taking over from live ones. However, as the weather warms from spring to summer, Adelaide is once more coming alive to reclaim its title of the Festival State. Continue reading “Adelaide: The Festival State”