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Finding Freedom through Lockdown and Grief - A Talk with Susan Krebo Podcast
Sue Cockell is a world solo traveler and so much more. What a wonderful conversation talking about her husband, her grief, her travels, her ‘life list’ and her ‘coming home’.
A couple of quotes from Sue’s blog sums up our conversation beautifully –
“After 2 years in and out of lock down, I have found my ultimate freedom. That being on my own is enough for me. That I need to live in the present rather than dwelling in the past and don’t put too much pressure on future plans. After all, you never know when they will be taken from you.” and “The past is behind, learn from it. The future is ahead, prepare for it. The present is here, live it.”
Sue Rediscovered Her Love Of Solo Travel 6 Years Ago & Her Blog Is Dedicated To Inspiring All Women Over 40 To Travel Alone
What is GAFFL?
GAFFL connects solo travelers with similar itineraries to explore destinations together. Whether you are backpacking in Asia, road tripping in Australia, or exploring national parks in the US, simply type the destination you are traveling to, find travelers who are going there at the same time as you, connect with them, plan trips, meet, and travel together.
This story was originally published on GAFFL, the app that helps you find a travel buddy.
How not to feel lonely during Solo Travel. EPISODE 41 | Sue's 15 Tips to combat loneliness in Solo Travel
In this episode of the Best Solo Female Travel podcast – Dream to Destination, I discuss one of the most common reasons women don’t take their first solo trip — They think they will be lonely. Here I give my 15 top tips on how to avoid it while travelling Solo. Thanks to Shelley for getting me involved!
The Inspired Nomads Interview - Pandemic Edition with Heather Markel
Here is my interview with fellow longtime traveler Heather Markel. We have a lively discussion about being grounded during the pandemic. We chat about my last travel experience before the pandemic (to America!), & share tips for those of you beginning to travel again, to stay safe and comfortable, and, ladies, you will not want to miss the last few minutes of this interview for some very enlightening information that will change your life for the better!
Curls En Route Blog: Solo Traveling and Beyond With Sue Cockell
Best Solo Female Travel Blogs: An Utterly Subjective List (2020)
Not quite in baby boomer territory, Sue speaks to the 40+ woman who is setting out to conquer the world on her own terms. Despite the slightly younger age group, she speaks to all of us when she describes the power a woman can feel when traveling solo and the many opportunities that will come your way if you only let them. She and I share a basic philosophy: “Just say Yes instead of No!”