“Travel solo,” they say. “It will be fun,” they say. Well, this is one time you should listen to them. When you travel by yourself, it frees you like nothing else. You learn to rely on yourself both physically and mentally. Solo travel also gives… Read More »10 reasons to travel solo
Over Christmas break, I went on a vacation with my family. It was the first time my brother, sister, their spouses, my nephew and I had all been on a trip together. And because I am the one who has been bitten by the travel… Read More »Have I gotten too comfortable with solo?
Note: this post contains affiliate links. Shopping through those links supports Right Kind Of Lost at no extra cost to you, for which we are eternally grateful! While sitting around the campfire with strangers during an outdoor class, one woman said something that struck a… Read More »Why traveling solo doesn’t scare me
Budget travel is the way I prefer to go. The cheaper the trip, the more trips you can take. I don’t mind giving up comforts in order to see more amazing places either. This past week, I embarked on an 11-day road trip to Utah… Read More »Budget travel – Utah/Wyoming expense report
Did you catch the Super Blood Wolf Moon this weekend? I stood outside in the freezing cold to watch and photograph with my dad the “rare” event (I don’t think it was really that rare but I won’t get into that). And I thoroughly enjoyed… Read More »Why I chose to spend New Year’s Eve alone
Blog posts about solo travel, especially solo hiking, camping, and backpacking, pull me in like a magnet. I love reading about adventures people have on their own. One reason for this is I am a single person. And I also have an odd weekend. Meaning… Read More »The downside of solo backpacking