Oh Hello There!

I hear you’re looking to have the trip of a lifetime…

I love inspiring people to go after their dream life, whatever that may be. After many years, I finally found my life’s purpose through traveling the world by myself.

My travel niche is somewhat of a hybrid between aesthetic travel and solo travel. But what exactly does that mean? I’ll explain ⬇️

On My Website, You Will Find:

  • Trip itineraries and recommendations
  • Resources for hotels, flights, and travel medicine
  • Tips & advice for female solo travelers
  • Links to my favorite activities & hotels, plus links to my favorite travel, fashion, and beauty items
  • All the aesthetic, fashion, and photography inspo 🖤

If You Like Solo Travel and Pretty Things, We Should Hang Out More ⬇

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“The 6 Essential People You Meet When Traveling Solo”

Explore Cities in the United States

Despite growing up in a small town, I am a city girl at heart. These posts take you inside all of my favorite US cities and show you all of my favorite restaurants, activities, bars, things to do, and more.

Explore Europe!

My first solo Europe trip was the catalyst to me becoming a travel blogger. I firmly believe everyone should visit Europe at least once in their lifetime.
From itineraries to hotel recommendations to know-before-you-go guides, take the stress out of planning your trip with these blog posts.

Not All Who Wander Are Lost…

From wandering along your new favorite trail to exploring unknown hidden canyons, check out some of my favorite hiking posts!

Shop my favorite fashion styles

Featuring: Gigi Pip Hats

A hat is one of the best accessories and the ultimate statement piece. Everywhere I go, I get compliments on my hats. I am a #HatGirl to my core!

I fell in love with Gigi Pip hats ever since my very first one (pictured here!). I love that they are well made and come in a wide range of styles. Gigi Pip also has a variety of interchangeable decorative hat bands, so you can switch up the look of your hat.

For more hat inspo and style tips, check out my blog post: Why You Should Always Pack a Hat When Traveling

Oh hello! I’m Gina.

I’m a small town girl turned solo world traveler.

One of my favorite things about solo travel is knowing that I have experiences, encounters, and stories that are unlike anyone else’s in the world. Traveling alone has a certain je ne sais quois that made me fall in love with having an experience that was solely mine.

As an aesthetic traveler, I incorporate visual elements into my content in order to tell a story and inspire my readers. As you explore my blog posts, you’ll find a lot of carefully-thought out photos, some containing me as the subject, that I use to paint a distinct narrative.

If nothing else, I hope to inspire you as a girl who grew up in small-town West Virginia and became the girl who learned how to navigate the world on her own. I hope you always remember that the only limits you have are the ones you place on yourself.

To read the story of how I became a travel blogger in the first place, click the link below:

The Aesthetics

Aesthetic” is my favorite word in the English language. I believe the aesthetic of a place can be presented in many ways, whether it’s through architecture, food, fashion, or the overall landscape.

What My Subscribers Are Saying:

“After traveling with Gina, hearing her stories, and reading her blog, she gave me the confidence to plan my very first solo trip! It went better than I could have imagined, and I never would have thought to do it without her!”


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The Best Female Solo Travel Destinations on the East Coast
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The Best Female Solo Travel Destinations on the East Coast

If you are looking for the best solo female travel destinations on the East Coast, allow me to introduce you to your next vacation spot. Spoiler alert: they’re all beautiful, fun, and in the South. Sure, there are great solo travel destinations all up and down the East Coast, but since I’m writing this post on a 40 degree day in April, I’m thinking we all need to go somewhere with a more respectable climate.