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Tornado Safety Tips on the Road
You plan the perfect trip. You've done everything humanly possible to ensure that every minute will be spent doing exactly what you want to be doing. Your travel plans go off without a hitch - and then you land in tornado weather. Here's what's next.

Traveler Self Defense
While there are lots of smart moves that can keep you safe, nothing will keep you safer than knowing how to defend yourself. Use everything you have to help keep yourself safe as you travel.

Under the Weather & On the Road
Sometimes, even your best attempts to stay healthy are averted by a random virus, but when you have a solo trip booked and you have to go, what do you do? Read on.

Using ALL Your Vacation
When the month number ticks over to 10 and the ground crunches with leaves underfoot when you're taking that morning walk, a keen reminder surfaces: there's only 12 weeks left to use the rest of your vacation.

Using Photos to Capture Solo Traveling
When you're traveling solo, look for the unusual and memorable things that capture your attention when you're taking photos, and create vacation memories that are meaningful to you.

Vacation in Sun Valley in the Summer Sun
When everyone thinks of Sun Valley, Idaho, they think of ski season, but there's just as much to this resort town for the solo traveler in the summer months. Read on.

Vacation with your Ancestors
Solo travel inspiration comes in many forms - sometimes it's for a concert, sometimes it's for a special museum exhibit - and then there are times when the reason reaches back a few hundred years. My inspiration to plan my next travel adventure is in my family tree.

Visiting Sedona Solo
Going to to the heart of the desert Southwest is an experience that everyone should take in. Make a few plans ahead of time and you can experience Sedona without breaking your wallet. The added bonus - seeing some of the most breathtaking landscape the US has to offer.

Voluntourism -- 2012 Archaeology Dig in Texas
Grab your fedora (leave your whip at home - TSA won't allow it in your carry-on) and get your cute safari shorts out! If an archaeological expedition/ vacation in 2012 is beckoning you - you need look no further than Arlington, Texas.

What do to if You Get Lost when Traveling Solo
When traveling solo, you don't have the luxury of looking to the seat next to you and saying "well, do you know where we are?" for an answer. Here's what to do - and what not to do - when you're lost and on your own.

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