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Girls Who Travel | 10 Streaming Shows to Explore the World With

10 Streaming Shows to Explore the World With

By KB Gamblin / April 15, 2020

If you clicked on this post, then there’s a good chance you’re quickly running out of shows to stream (I mean, you can only stream Tiger King so many times!). I’ve been finding myself wanting to watch more travel-themed shows […]

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Girls Who Travel | 10 Podcasts to Help you Explore from Home

10 Podcasts to Help you Explore from Home

By KB Gamblin / March 22, 2020

From true crime to history to sports to Star Wars, there’s a podcast for every subject these days. We’re obviously BIG fans of podcasts that allow us to explore the world from the comfort of our couches. We’ve rounded up […]

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Girls Who Travel | Building a Self-Care Toolkit

Building a Travel Self-Care Toolkit

By KB Gamblin / March 12, 2020

Back in January, Girls Who Travel community member Zainab posed a wonderful question in our GWT Facebook Group: How do we look after our mental health while traveling; what goes in our “self care toolkit”? After weeks of thought (and […]

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Girls Who Travel | Staying Ethically with AirBnb

Staying Ethically with AirBnb

By KB Gamblin / January 23, 2019

Today, I’m wanting to chat about something I used to love, but have found myself feeling not so great about lately: AirBnb. I’m from the Nashville, Tennessee area, where bachelorette parties flock in by the plane full each weekend to […]

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Girls Who Travel | our Travel Smiles Travel Tuesday photo

What Girls Who Travel Means to our Community

By KB Gamblin / December 7, 2018

*trumpet sound* bum bu bu bummmm *ends* Okay okay. So maybe that’s a cheesy way to start an article, but we are celebrating a major milestone here! This article signals 100 articles posted here on the Girls Who Travel website! […]

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Cultural Appropriation: The Dos and Don’ts

By KB Gamblin / October 31, 2018

“Cultural Appropriation” It’s a term that has been thrown around a lot lately. The Cambridge Dictionary defines “cultural appropriation” as “the act of taking or using things from a culture that is not your own, especially without showing that you understand […]

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