the story we’re told

  • Get a degree.
  • Get a well paying job, hopefully using that degree.
  • Meet the man of your dreams.
  • Buy a home.
  • Start a family.
  • Enjoy one week of vacation a year.

This, this is what we are supposed to do, what society, our parents, and the random person on the internet thinks we should do with our lives.

This is what I did…

Yet, there I sat morning after morning at my breakfast table in my newly purchased studio apartment, tears streaming down my cheeks I’d checked all of the boxes, except for the whole man and baby thing. 

However I’d fallen out of love with my career months prior. 

And just weeks before purchasing that apartment I returned from a transformative first solo trip to Ireland.

I couldn’t help myself from thinking what if there’s more?

After many shed tears and a follow up solo trip to Costa Rica where I met people who’d left it all behind for a new way of life, I thought why not me?

So, I got to work. 

I got to work on my mindset, on my finances, on my travel plans. 

And two years after I took my first solo trip I had quit my job, sold almost everything I owned, rented out my apartment and moved me and my cats from Detroit back home to the Bay Area.

In 2018 I embarked on my year of travel which took me to South America, Mexico, Cuba, and Europe. Finally returning to Ireland to finish my adventure.

I started to get many questions about how I went about this whole process. So I decided to write it all down, compile my checklists, and make it pretty for you!

Me drinking a beer overlooking quilotoa lake
Paragliding in Peru - Solo female travel
Chichen Itza
Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge in Northern Ireland
Sunrise hike over Lake Bled
Iguana Sunbathing after a Swim


Fearless Female Travel is laid out to progress with you  through the journey. Each chapter building on the last until you are ready to board your flight.


Whether you’re traveling for a year or a week, this can be a super overwhelming process. Checklists, brainstorming, and writing things down helps decrease that sense of overwhelm. So each chapter includes it’s own corresponding worksheet to help you on your way to badassery.

For example you’ll have space to:

  • Brain Dump
  • Write Packing Lists
  • and even an awesome yoga sequence…


Fearless Female Travel also comes with spreadsheets that you can use to:

  • plan your trip
  • create your itinerary
  • develop a budget
  • track your spending
Fearless Female Travel Worksheets


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