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Loving what you're seeing? Want to see more goodies from yours truly? Check out the features I've been lucky enough to contribute you and the articles I've written for some of my favourite online publications. And if you think I have something you'd love for me to share with your readers, be sure to drop me a line!

Hi Iceland

Giving you the run down of why solo female travellers choose to stay at Reykjavik HI Hostels and how a solo trip to Iceland as a woman couldn't be any safer

Who doesn’t get an overwhelming sense of wanderlust looking at photos of unreal beaches, breathtaking landscapes and exciting new cities on Instagram? If you're in a consistent state of Instalust make sure to add these 7 travel accounts to your daily swipe session. They might not have millions of followers yet, but they’re going to be the next big thing!

-Wanderlust101

Crunchy leaves, sweater weather, pumpkin spiced everything (if that's your jam) & ultimately the end of summer. While a lot of us will be singing that we've got that "summer time sadness" when October rolls around there is a lot to be said about Fall around the world. Take it from these avid travellers & their Autumnal adventures around Europe. So pack those sweaters, grab that beanie & book that ticket. Europe is waiting!

-Catherine Perry

Having spent a significant amount of time traveling on my own over the last few years, I created a blog post to hopefully ease peoples minds about travelling on their own. It might not be your first choice, but if you always seem to be waiting on others to make your dream travel plans happen then maybe going it alone is exactly what you need to do. 4 solid points detailing why solo travelling might just be your best decision yet! 

7 Of The Best Day Trips from Auckland – Don’t Skip Auckland

When you visit the UK it's often to see the sights in London but what if I told you that on your next trip across the pond you made a stop somewhere else? Sharing my best of the best for 48 hours in Bristol for Sonja of Migrating Miss

While Auckland might be just another city to some, to those who live there & love it (like I did for a good year of my life) they'll be quick to tell you all the reasons they love it. From the nightlife to the wildlife there is so much that Auckland has to offer and this post showcases 7 of the most unique things, in my opinion, to see & do on your next visit to Auckland, New Zealand.

Additional Contributions

So You Want To Travel Solo-New Zealand Edition

A step by step guide on how to plan for your working holiday in New Zealand.

5 Things I Learned Backpacking Solo Through Central America

Backpacking through Central America was an adventure in itself, find out what 5 things I learned along the way that I hope will inspire others to take the plunge to do the same and visit this incredible country.

Solo Travel; Portland For One

Portland, Oregon. A hub for good food, great beer & stunning views. Find out more on how to spend the perfect long weekend exploring this fantastic city.

Solo Travel; You're More Than Capable

Almost a decade ago I took not only my first flight, but my first solo flight. And since then I have become more and more confident travelling on my own. In this post I share my views & experiences on ravelling solo hoping to inspire others to do the same.

I virtually sat down with Lindsey of Seven Day Weekender to chat about how I maintain my work life/travel life balance, what inspired She Who Wanders, My bucket list and a few other unique bits of info about yours truly

A collection of 15 hikes to get you up & off the couch post-americas thanksgiving & to avoid the hell that is Black Friday

My top 5 recommendations for day hikes from Vancouver to add to your summer (or even winter) bucket list!

Maybe you’ve been dreaming of Middle Earth since the first time you saw The Hobbit, or maybe you love to hike and the thought of all those trails has you frothing to leave right away. Whatever the case might be New Zealand is always a good idea, and from the year I spent exploring all it has to offer I’ve put together a top 10 list of things not to miss on your Middle Earth adventure (in no particular order because everything is just as incredible as the last).

Putting forward one of my favourite beaches in the whole world (you'll have to check out the post to see exactly where it is) with Greta of Greta's Travels in her round up of Top 10 Beach Destinations to visit

My top 10 guide to your best visit to Byron Bay, Australia. What beaches to lay out on, what surf breaks to cruise, the hostel to stay at and many more to make the most of your visit to the Land Down Under for the team at Sherpa.

Living in a Canadian mountain town for nearly 3 years I came to appreciate September for the sole fact that the hoards of tourists who descend on the town for summer vacations head back to work & school. I shared my top 5 spots to check out in September in Jasper, Alberta with Travel Rumors to hopefully help people make the most of the start of shoulder season in the rockies

The Pacuare River in Costa Rica has been named one of the top 10 rivers for whitewater rafting in the world by National Geographic, Forbes Traveler, and Frommer’s Guide and is a place not to missed on your next Costa Rican adventure. I put together this day out on the infamous river for Alex and he readers from my visit to Costa Rica in 2015

I put together this guest post about my trip to the island of Oahu in Hawaii for Noel Morata of Travel Photo Discovery, sharing an in depth look at exactly what I got up to, the views I saw, the hikes I did & everything else in between for your next trip to Oahu

Everything you'll need to know to get a working holiday visa for New Zealand, from finding a job, looking for a place to live & most importantly experiencing all you can in this amazing Country.

collaboration with dozens of other travellers/bloggers for the husband & wife duo behind 2 Aussie Travellers in relation to the release of Conde Nast's lit of Top 50 Cities in the World. My submission was Vancouver, British Columbia.

Where in the World is Nina?

Contributed a photo & caption of a location in East Sussex, England as on of the top view points you should see in Europe by Nina on her blog.

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