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Follow Us My weekend along the Delaware River had started out beautifully. A friend and I had rented a secluded house along a calm bend, and filled our time with saunas, walks and meals of oysters and wine. After one such … Continue reading
Follow Us I moved to New York City ten years ago with a small moving truck filled with boxes of books, a crib for my then two-year-old-daughter, my bed and a few pots and pans. I had $1,000 in my … Continue reading
What does it REALLY mean to be a single mother who travels? [Or, in other words, my ‘Top 10’ list for how traveling as a single parent can suck]
Follow Us “You’re f@*king awesome,” a married girlfriend recently told me. “You prove that you don’t need a man, a house or security.” Convinced that my life was one of independence, freedom and adventure while hers was one of compromise, … Continue reading
Follow Us One year ago, on July 4, 2011, I decided to change my life. A stressed out single mother working way too many hours in New York City (at jobs I didn’t particularly love), I wanted to figure out … Continue reading
True Story: Single mother from Bushwick, Brooklyn, funds long-term trip without having to sell a kidney
Follow Us This summer I’ll be traveling for two months with my daughter to the following places: Reykjavik, Iceland (three days) Paris/Chartres/Annecy, France (nine days in the heart of the Latin Quarter) Carouge/Geneva, Switzerland (five days) Rimini/Venice/Rome, Italy (ten days) … Continue reading
Follow Us When I was growing up, and well into my adulthood, I was told to set realistic goals and get my head out of the clouds. I tried to do this, I really did. I worked crappy jobs (even … Continue reading
Follow Us A group of traveling, nomadic families that I’m a part of undertake a writing exercise each month. This month, we’re supposed to start a post with the words: “Once upon a time, I woke up and realized The … Continue reading
Follow Us “What’s it like to dive an undersea volcano, hang out with hunter-gathering nomads or be surprised by an earthquake while using a squat toilet?” Traveling single mother, Theodora Sutcliffe, asks these questions and more in her blog, Travels … Continue reading
Follow Us My typical view waiting for Anevay’s dance classes to end in Manhattan near Time Square “It is often said that New York is a city for only the very rich and the very poor. It is less often … Continue reading
Follow Us A month ago, when I first began planning to take my kid on a long-term trip around the world, I turned to the stories of other traveling families for guidance. As a single mother, I was particularly interested … Continue reading