Women Travel Bloggers

After my son was born, I started looking around for information about traveling with babies and young kids. I was surprised at how little practical advice was available. Most advice focused on things like staying at expensive hotels with childcare programs or buying lots of travel toys. The detailed, practical advice I needed (for example how to lug a carseat through the airport) was passed around mostly by word of mouth.

After I started this blog, I was disappointed that it was so difficult was to find other women who were writing about similar experiences. Most of the big travel blogs seemed to be written by young single men, and while they had wonderful stories to tell, there is an element that is missing for me. That lack of female voices and stories is surprising given that women make over 80% of household spending decisions and, according to Forbes are also "the prime movers in American travel, driving 70 percent of all leisure travel spending and 80 percent of corporate travel bookings"

At BlogHer, I met other women who blog about travel topics that impact them, topics like girl getaways, female business travel, solo travel as a woman, food related travel, and more. I also met people from bigger sites, like Uptake and sponsors like Disney, SeaWorld and HIlton, who were looking for a community of women travel bloggers and having a tough time finding it. As a starting place, I agreed to pull together a list of women who blog about travel. I hope we'll do more in the coming months to build a tighter knit community.

I hope my readers will enjoy this list too. It's a great place to find out about new writers who just might be blogging about something that really speaks to you!

Women Travel Bloggers
General Travel
  • Wendy Perrin's blog at Conde Nast Traveler The Perrin Post is always a great resource for travelers want straightforward, pragmatic advice. Because Wendy has two kids, many of her blog posts feature her best advice for traveling with kids.
  • Pam Mandel is the Travel Editor for Blog Her and also has her own blog, Nerds Eye View. She is a freelance writer and a guide book author. She's also a great person to follow if you are more interested in down-to-earth travel and deeply connecting with your destination than in luxury hotels. She just started the Nerds Eye View Travelblogger's Forum to give us all a place to connect! Pam also wants you to know that she is really interested in talking with other travelbloggers about their work and always reachable via her website.
  • Liz Lewis blogs on Write To Travel about travel writing and and Traveling The Green Way about green travel. She is also a contributor to the Perceptive Travel Blog
  • MaryJo is a Flight Attendant who gives her advice at TheFlyAwayCafe and The Seattle Traveler
  • Fiona Ashley and others started TravelMuse, a new site that offers travel inspiration, planning and booking. You can also check out the Travel Muse Blog
  • Kelly Goodman shares her travel addiction and beautiful pictures on Travellious
Family Travel
  • Debbie Dubrow (me) writes at DeliciousBaby about traveling with young kids. Twitter @deliciousbaby
  • Sheila Scarborough writes about Family Travel at BootsnAll. I always enjoy reading her ideas for fun and interesting things that families can do together in different destinations and enjoy following her on Twitter @sheilas
  • Gudrun and Pat blog for Uptake and also want travel writers to know that they can add their tweets to the Twitter Travel List (the T-List) on Join The Travel Twitterati, and add their blogs to a Travel RSS feed on TravelBlogUpdates. You can add your blog to Uptake's Travel Blog Search by sending email to gudrunATuptakeDOTcom and patATuptakeDOTcom
  • Jamie at TravelSavvyMom shares her tips and ideas for traveling with kids both in the US and internationally.
  • Amber is a former adventure travel writer who blogs at CrazyBloggingCanuck and MileHighMamas. I love her humorous take on family travel
  • "Jeanne D'Arc" writes (and posts video) at SoulTravelers3 about her ongoing around-the-world adventure with her husband and young daughter.
  • Rachel and Fran are the lead editors and writers of TravelsWithChild a group travel blog about local, long-distance, and international travel with kids.
Women's Travel
  • Beth Whitman, author of Wanderlust and Lipstick blogs at Wanderlust and Lipstick and The Seattle PI Her site also hosts blogs by many other women travelers
  • Kim Mance and Katy Quissell recently launched an online travel magazine for women called Galavanting. The magazine also has a blog called A View from a Broad.
  • Beth (DesertMama) and her friends blog at TravelingMamas about family travel, solo travel, and girl getaways.
  • Erica Rogers Dublin of SeeJaneFly blogs about, and provide city guides for women business travelers. Twitter @janeflys
  • Hope Schmid and Ann Fritz of The Jet Set Girls blog about "Girl Getaways" and plan to launch a set of travel guides that will help you plan your own getaway. Twitter: @jetsetgirls
  • "k.a.t.calvin" writes a travel blog for women and especially African-American women at BAPworld.com
Destinations
  • Karen Bryan blogs on Europe a la Carte about seeing the real Europe on a budget.
  • Jessica Spiegel writes for the Italy Logue on BootsnAll and is also a photographer
  • Nancy Brown blogs on What A Trip about her travels around Northern California. She is also a contributor to Uptake. Twitter: @NancydBrown
  • Anna's blog at MommyPoppins is the unpretentious parents' guide to getting more out of NYC with kids
  • Jacy blogs on B5 Media's EuropeString about traveling Europe on a budget
  • Shane blogs about the city of Tokyo at The Tokyo Traveler
  • "Minnemom" at Travels With Children blogs about her own trips in the midwest with her four kids.
  • Christine's South Africa Travel Blog includes (among other things) a section on family friendly things to do.
  • Dominique's new blog MidwestGuest is about things to do in the Midwest
  • JamJama, which means "Gibberish" in Egyptian is about one woman's year as a student in Alexandria, Egypt
  • Adventures in Cascadia, written by Suzanne Johnson, is about food, travel, and family life the Pacific Northwest
Budget Travel Green Travel Food Travel
  • Kristain of londonelicious provides London restaurant recommendations from an American girl who likes food. And London. But not cooking. She also covers other international cities as her wallet permits. Twitter @kristainlondon
  • Sara Rosso blogs at Ms Adventures In Italy about her stomach and the world. She includes food, recipes and travel in and out of the Bel Paese
  • Kristin Amico blogs at Offbeat Eating blogs about eating in different cities (and at home) Twitter: @offbeat_eating
  • Lynda Balslev of Taste Food blogs about traveling, cooking, and eating
Accessibility
  • Candy Harrington of Barrier-Free Travel blogs about accessible travel -- travel for people with mobility disabilities, from slow walkers to wheelchair-users.
Travel Stories
  • Natalie shares her travel stories and tips at Travelgrrl34
  • Claudine blogs at vacation-tip and hosts a blog carnival called Destinations
  • Shaula is sharing stories and tips from her open-ended, indefinite US cross country road trip at Mileometer
  • Rebecca shares stories about her life as a flight attendant at Gezginim-Gezginim

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  1. Karen Bryan

    July 23, 2008 at 1:04 a.m.

    Thanks for compiling the list of women travel bloggers and for including me. Although I know quite a few of the bloggers on the list, there are some new faces too, I'll have a look at their blogs and make contact.

  2. Soultravelers3

    July 23, 2008 at 7:15 a.m.

    What a great idea to help connect women travel bloggers! I do agree that family and women can learn so much and help each other by connecting through cyberspace. There are lots of people out there looking and asking the same questions.

    I remember looking just like you did and I still keep my eye out for new sources as we all learn different aspects to share.

    Thanks so much for including us! Great list. We are primarily focused on family, so there are some people that I did not know about & others that I am very fond of. Great!

    I sure wish I could have been at BlogHer, but northern Europe is taking up our summer.

    I find the family/children forums at major sites like Bootsnall, Lonely Planet, Fodors, Frommers, etc also a good source.

  3. Fran W.

    July 23, 2008 at 7:33 a.m.

    Hi Debbie - don't forget us!

    http://www.travelswithchild.org - a group travel blog with two moms, Fran (::waves hi::) and Rachel, as the lead editors and writers.

    We write about local, long-distance, and international travel with our kids, as well as things we've personally used and/or read that make it better, easier, and more fun. There are what-we-took lists and how-tos, as well as tips from other wise writers and bloggers.

    From North Island, New Zealand, via RV and Athens, Greece, by stroller, to great things to do in Philly, DC, Baltimore, San Francisco, and the Southwest. With more coming in every week.

    Thanks for grouping these great writers all together -

    Fran W.
    Mom, Writer, Blogger, Traveler

    www.travelswithchild.org

  4. Jacy

    July 23, 2008 at 9:37 a.m.

    Hi Debbie,

    What a great list - thanks! As a blogging newbie (less than a month old!) it is so exciting for me to find such a community out there. If you could add my blog, www.europestring.com - traveling Europe on a budget, that would be great!

  5. pam

    July 23, 2008 at 10:06 a.m.

    Wow, this is terrific. I've got some clicking to do!

    And while we're getting connected, can I pitch my new forum here? I've added a travelboggers forum to Nerd's Eye View and you, ALL OF YOU, are so welcome. Join. Discuss. Be connected. Like that.

    www.nerdseyeview.com/forum

  6. Kristin

    July 23, 2008 at 1:57 p.m.

    Thanks so much for putting all this info together in one place. I hope we can all stay connected and trade tips, etc.

  7. Gudrun

    July 23, 2008 at 5:42 p.m.

    this is a great list Debbie, thank you for putting it together. I really enjoyed meeting other travel bloggers and look forward to building a community around this topic. Thanks for getting us started!

    Cheers,

  8. PatriciaJ

    July 23, 2008 at 5:47 p.m.

    What a helpful post. Thanks for taking an idea and making it happen. I will join in on Pam's forum and I hope we can continue to build this group on and offline.

  9. Austin Hill

    July 23, 2008 at 6:49 p.m.

    This is a great list!
    It's been hard to find any real community of travel bloggers, so this is an excellent thing to have.
    One fine lady & travel blogger who ought to be on the list is Kelly Goodman (ok, so I'm biased) She's based in Seattle and is the co-founder of www.travellious.com, as well as a travel addict.

  10. Claudine

    July 24, 2008 at 8:22 a.m.

    Hi, Debbie,

    I'm Claudine. I'm a travel blogger at www.vacation-tip.com. I also host a blog carnival called, "Destinations."

  11. minnemom

    July 24, 2008 at 9:56 a.m.

    Debbie, thanks for compiling this list, and for including me on it!

  12. Dominique

    July 24, 2008 at 11:36 a.m.

    I'm interested in starting my own blog (most likely with an emphasis on travel in Michigan and surrounding states), and I stumbled across this list in the course of my research about blogging and travel blogs. Your list gives me lots of great places and examples to explore as I go through the process of deciding how to best approach establishing my own blog and voice. Thanks so much!

  13. Nancy Brown

    July 24, 2008 at 7:57 p.m.

    Hey Debbie,
    You are so efficient. Thanks for putting this list together so quickly. It was great meeting you at BlogHer.
    FYI, travelbloggers can also reach me on Twitter.
    http://twitter.com/WhataTrip

  14. liz

    July 25, 2008 at 3:13 a.m.

    great list debbie...

    thanks for adding me. have posted about this list and the other actions that are being taken to create a travel blogger community over at <a href="http://writetotravel.blogspot.com">Write to Travel</a>

    am looking forward to seeing the community evolve...

    cheers from new zealand,

    liz

  15. Beth

    July 25, 2008 at 7:03 a.m.

    Hi Debbie,

    This is Beth (DesertMama) from TravelingMamas.com. We would love to be included, too!

    I didn't know about many of these blogs. I'm going to have a blast reading them. Thanks for listing them.

    That's great you made to BlogHer, we all wanted to be there but couldn't swing it.

    Happy Travels! B

  16. Have Baby Will Travel

    July 25, 2008 at 8:47 a.m.

    www.havebabywilltravel.com is another site for parents by parents that offers lots of tips, information, articles and useful links for those traveling with their tots.

    Drop by and check us out!

  17. Christy

    July 25, 2008 at 8:59 a.m.

    Great idea! I have two travel blogs http://mrstscampwest.blogspot.com and http://christys-cruising.blogspot.com Would you be interested in adding them? I will post links to your blogs on mine as well! Keep up the great work!

  18. Natalie

    July 25, 2008 at 11:21 a.m.

    Hi. I'm Natalie. I just started a travel blog with different travel tips, stories, and random opinions. Interested readers can check it out here:

    http://travelgrrl34.wordpress.com

    Thanks so much! Ciao!

    ~Natalie

  19. Shane

    July 25, 2008 at 3:19 p.m.

    Great list! I am also a woman (despite the boy's name) an I blog about the great city of Tokyo at
    <a href="http://www.thetokyotraveler.com">The Tokyo Traveler</a>

    I participate in a couple of social media sites related to Japan and have also noticed the prevalence of male bloggers on the subject.

    Thanks for pulling this list together Debbie - girl power!

  20. Elizabeth

    July 26, 2008 at 8:17 a.m.

    great list! Kimberly and I write at Go Green Travel Green. http://gogreentravelgreen.com

  21. Shaula

    July 26, 2008 at 8:03 p.m.

    This is an amazing list. Thank you so much for putting it together.

    I'd love to be added to the list. I'm blogging my open-ended, indefinite US cross country road trip at:

    Your Mileage May Vary
    http://mileometer.net

    Lots of gadget reviews, restaurant reviews, accommodation reviews, travel tips, and stories from the road.

    Thanks again!

    Shaula

  22. Katherine

    July 26, 2008 at 10:19 p.m.

    I love this blog its wonderful. I have always wanted to travel and write. Wonderful blog!

  23. poetloverrebelspy

    July 27, 2008 at 3:59 a.m.

    I know sometimes it's hard to tell, but I am a female blogger, too :)

    You can find me blogging about no-budget travel (with sample budgets, tips, tricks, news and photos, as well as a weekly carnival) at Less Than a Shoestring: http://nobudgettravel.wordpress.com

    A couple female bloggers who have yet to be mentioned off the top of my head are Nora Dunn (who I often catch at WiseBread), Antonia Malchik (Sheila's colleague at Perceptive Travel Blog), and Meredith Franco Meyers of EuroCheapo blog.

  24. Rebecca

    July 27, 2008 at 4:22 a.m.

    Hi! I just came upon your blog. I also started a blog about traveling. Mainly I am telling my stories about being a flight attendant. :) Check it out.
    http://gezginim-gezginim.blogspot.com/

  25. Fiona Ashley

    July 27, 2008 at 10:38 p.m.

    Nice to meet you! Great list - please add us too. Sorry we missed you on Friday at the travel meet up at BlogHer. We could only make Saturday, but had a great time.

    Travelmuse (http://www.travelmuse.com) launched last month and is a new travel site offering travel inspiration, planning and booking. We offer tips and advise for traveling with children and publish new articles and features every week from our team of travel writers and local experts.

    We also have an active travel blog called Travelmusings: http://www.travelmuse.com/community/b...

    Thanks for checking us out!

  26. Christine

    July 28, 2008 at 5:07 p.m.

    What a fabulous list and a great idea! We are a "long haul Destination" for most of you so I don't know if I can be included on your list but my blog is the South African Travel Blog which is at http://www.sa-venues.com/blog/default.... In case any of you ever decide to visit South Africa we also have a Family-friendly section on the website :). I would love to network with any women travel bloggers! My e-mail address is christine (at) web site domain.

  27. k.a.t.calvin

    July 28, 2008 at 9:19 p.m.

    This is so great! I'm so glad to see travel bloggers coming together! I just started a blog, www.bapworld.com, with travel stories, ideas, news, and inspiration for women and especially African-American women. I've been reading some of the blogs on this list for a while and they're wonderful!

    Thanks!

  28. Wayfaring Wanderer

    July 29, 2008 at 6:58 a.m.

    I love finding new people, thanks for sharing this information!

    -WW

    http://wayfaring-wanderer.blogspot.com

  29. Backpack to Buggy

    August 5, 2008 at 1:54 p.m.

    I am so glad to see this list put together. I have also just launched my travel blog, Backpack to Buggy, focused on making the transition to traveling with children. Posts should become more regular after Labor day.

    http://www.backpacktobuggy.com

    -Meg

  30. Elaine Warner

    August 5, 2008 at 9:15 p.m.

    There are a lot of us out here. Seeing your list makes me wonder if it's more effective to be more focused. Me, I go whenever and wherever I can so my blog is a mixed bag of destinations and what's going on when I'm not on the road. Please check me out at:
    www.okietravel.blogspot.com
    www.okietravel.com

  31. Dominique

    August 7, 2008 at 11:55 a.m.

    Just thought I'd come back and let you know that I got my new blog up and running.

    I'm at http://www.midwestguest.com

    The blog's focus is primarily travel around the Midwest.

    Thanks again for this list :)

  32. laradunston

    August 8, 2008 at 1:31 a.m.

    Great list! There were a few there I wasn't familiar with!

    http://cooltravelguide.blogspot.com/

  33. kathleenbusybee

    August 17, 2008 at 9:46 a.m.

    Thanks for the list--there are so many blogs I've never heard of and will have to check out. You left out my favorite family travel site of all, WeJustGotBack.com. Wonderful readers' tips section, hotel reviews that cover the stuff I want to know, and good advice on planning and booking trips. I stumbled on WeJustGotBack.com because their articles appear on MSNBC.com, another good place for travel articles.

  34. Debbie

    August 20, 2008 at 11 a.m.

    @kathleenbusybee

    I agree, WeJustGotBack is a great resource, the only reason I didn't include them is that they're not a blog.

  35. Jamjama

    August 29, 2008 at 9:15 a.m.

    Great list, and a wonderful resource for those of us just getting started.

    My blog, jamjama.wordpress.com, is about my year as a student in Alexandria, Egypt, though I certainly hope to get some regional travel in there. The title is arabic, and means (roughly) "gibberish."

  36. Gray

    September 16, 2008 at 10:40 a.m.

    Great resource! I'm bookmarking this list. I'm a woman blogger, too. My blog is SoloFriendly.com, and it's a blog for solo travelers, though I sometimes touch on issues that would be relevant for any travelers.

  37. Heather on her travels

    September 21, 2008 at 11:55 p.m.

    I'd love to be part of your women bloggers list - I blog about travelling with friends or family and in between trips I write about my home town of Bristol.

    http://heatheronhertravels.blogspot.com/

  38. acanavan

    September 30, 2008 at 11:42 a.m.

    Hi,

    Thanks for the great list. I have a lot of reading to do. I am relatively new on the travel blogging scene but would appreciate anyone taking the time to check out my blog:-

    www.thefemaletraveller.com

  39. Nancy Brown

    November 1, 2008 at 7:55 p.m.

    Hi Debbie,
    I have a twitter update:
    http://twitter.com/Nancydbrown

  40. AtlasSue

    November 15, 2008 at 9:45 p.m.

    Great list - exciting to see so many woman actively involved in an industry which is facing it's share of challenges this year. We recently started a travel blog on our web site offering travel news, tips & the latest promotions. http://blog.atlastravelweb.com/

  41. Bridget Smith

    November 30, 2008 at 2:42 a.m.

    Hi Debbie,

    What a great list! I'm glad I'm having a sleepless night and came upon it.

    I blog about family travel and have just published a guidebook, The Unauthorized Guide to Legoland California available through LULU.com. Could you please add my blog www.familyadventureguidebooks.com?

    I blog about traveling with kids and share my families travel adventures. I would love some new readers so stop by and say hi!

    Thanks,
    Bridget

  42. Caroline Allison

    November 30, 2008 at 9:42 p.m.

    Hi Debbie!

    This is fantastic information! Thank you for taking the time to put this together. Do you know everyone on your list?

    It would make sense to get together some place fun - do a girls' blogger's event, huh?

    Let me know if there would be an interest. We can organize a get together on http://viscape.com, which makes it so much easier to plan around vacation homes. I may be able to arrange a deal on housing, depending on where we select.

    Likewise, please let me know if you come across events and meetups as well!

    LOL,

    Caroline

  43. Evelyn Hannon

    December 3, 2008 at 12:52 p.m.

    Hi Debbie,
    This is a great list. Please add http://www.journeywoman.com to your women's travel sites.We were the first woman's travel site to publish on the net. 1997. Yikes! Our mandate still remains the same -- to inspire women to travel safely and well and to connect women travelers around the world. Our free travel tip newsletter for women goes out to 65,000 travelling females in 100 countries. Our free directory of women travellers worldwide helps women find travel mentors. Check it out at http://www.HERmail.net. Welcome everybody!

  44. Heather Hapeta

    December 18, 2008 at 11:45 a.m.

    great site. you have inspred me to blog more often .. check me out on http://heatherhapeta.blogspot.com

  45. Paige A. Newman

    December 29, 2008 at 3:46 p.m.

    Wanted to let you know I write about travel (often vegetarian travel). Please share my new blog.

    Thanks!

  46. Lauren

    January 15, 2009 at 4:17 p.m.

    Debbie,

    What an awesome list - I'm so happy to have stumbled upon it. Like other posters have said, I've been looking for a travel bloggers' community, and a women travel bloggers' community is even better!

    I'm quite surprised and impressed that so many of us are in Seattle, too.

    BTW I blog about budget travel in the pacific northwest at <A href="http://www.nwcheapsleeps.org"> www.nwcheapsleeps.org. </A>

  47. Avis Jolly

    January 16, 2009 at 8:34 a.m.

    I have a blog www.childonthego.com that is about active travels with children...i.e. hiking, biking, snorkeling, skiing, camping, etc.. I cover destinations, gear, and tips. I am a former Planning and Logistics mgr for a mjr microprocessor corporation and have taken those skills, coupled with my love of the active lifestyle for my family and am having a blast with the site. "The More You Go....The More You Know" - Toot & Puddle

  48. The Asian Traveler

    January 17, 2009 at 8:59 p.m.

    Hi Debbie,

    You might want to check out my travel blog, <A HREF="http://www.theasiantraveler.com/">The Asian Traveler </A> (http://www.theasiantraveler.com). I blog about our travel adventures in Asia from attractions to hotels and restaurants.

    I'm glad, I stumbled your site and I'm happy to see your awesome list of women travel bloggers. Thanks for sharing it. :)

  49. Scribetrotter

    February 17, 2009 at 8:30 a.m.

    Woo-hoo, what a fantastic resource! I think I'm going to spend hours going through all of them...

    Please have a look at http://www.women-on-the-road.com, for some inspiration, insight and information for women who backpack on their own.

  50. Claire Marie Algarme

    February 17, 2009 at 10:08 p.m.

    This is a great list. I also write blogs about my travels. Most of them are posted at my multiply site (http://clairealgarme.multiply.com). I'm building a new site http://firsttimetravel.wordpress.com/. I also write for Our Asia that Travels website. Travel writing is my passion and I hope that by doing so, I am able to share my travel experiences with others.

  51. Rachel Cotterill

    February 23, 2009 at 4:30 a.m.

    What a great idea :) I have a travel slot on my blog every Tuesday (featuring a shot from a previous trip) and then extra posts each time I take a new trip - in the meantime there's quite a bit of other stuff, too, so I don't know whether I qualify but I am a woman who travels & blogs about it! Looking forward to a read through this list when I have a little more time.

  52. Lara Dunston

    March 1, 2009 at 12:36 a.m.

    Fab list! I have a lot of those on my blog roll, but lots that are new to me, which is always nice to see. I find it extraordinary how there are so many overlapping communities out there, but still it's possible to keep discovering new blogs and bloggers every day - wonderful!

    I blog on Cool Travel Guide, of course, on the things that I find cool about travel (and things that are not so cool too) as a travel writer - destinations, writing, the industry, the travel media, etc.

  53. Fiona Leonard

    April 18, 2009 at 4:01 a.m.

    heheh guess I'm not the only one doing something useful with my sleepless hours!

    Wonderful list, I now feel part of a huge community of women travel bloggers.

    I'm an Aussie mum in the midst of a 12month journey around North America with my husband, daughter and the dog! Love to have you drop by:

    http://blog.yearinamerica.net

  54. Donna M. Airoldi

    July 1, 2009 at 1:42 p.m.

    Hi Debbie,

    Thanks so much for adding TravelMuse to your list! But I just want to clarify that Fiona is our marketing director who came on board nearly a year after the company started. I was the first hire and as editorial director was responsible for all editorial content on the site, including the TravelMusings blog. I'm very sad to say though that as of this week there will no longer be any new articles or blog posts as the company has decided to no longer support that area of the site.

    It was a great run, and I hope the readers who discovered us found our content useful.

    Thanks,
    Donna

  55. jessiev

    August 4, 2009 at 12:27 p.m.

    how did i JUST find this? great, great resources!

  56. Suzanne Johnson

    August 14, 2009 at 6:11 p.m.

    What a terrific list! Can you add me to it? Adventures in Cascadia is dedicated to food, travel, and family life in the Pacific Northwest.

  57. Carol Margolis

    February 27, 2010 at 7:09 p.m.

    Thanks for providing a great list of fellow women travel bloggers! I found the same lack of travel advice for women, especially business traveling women, so I started http://www.smartwomentravelers.com and http://www.pearlsoftravelwisdom.com.

  58. Alma

    June 8, 2010 at 2:11 a.m.

    I'd like to take part in women-bloggers community.
    My site has plenty of info about women traveling by themselves in Japan -
    http://www.tokyo-top-guide.com/index....

  59. lainie liberti

    July 6, 2010 at 7:10 p.m.

    Thank you so much for this article! Great resources.. Please consider adding our blog to the list. I'm a single mom, nomad, traveling the world with my 11 year old son. We've been traveling for a year so far and have just started podcasting as well. We are Raising Miro (my son's name) on the road of life.

  60. Chelsa Hale

    September 22, 2010 at 8:56 a.m.

    Great resource... Check my blog out!

  61. Block machine

    February 11, 2011 at 2:04 a.m.

    It is very nice of you to share this good post.

  62. Global Momma

    August 7, 2011 at 2:06 p.m.

    I love to see this large thriving community of mom travelers! Please checkout my latest blog about this summer spent in Italy with my 15 month old son, and our adventures on the road.
    globalmomma.travellerspoint.com
    I am interested in checking out each of your blogs and learning more about how to make this into a career path! Thanks for the inspiration.

  63. Susan A.

    September 13, 2012 at 10:52 a.m.

    Thank you for this list. Better late than never finding it.

    Could you please add my blog to your list? My husband and I live in our RV, travel and work. There are stories about travel, work, random thoughts and ideas, and how to live full-time in an RV.

    http://travelbug-susan.blogspot.com

    Thank you.