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Travel with Shannon Hurst Lane

Shannon in ItalyShannon in ItalyWe're honored to welcome Shannon Hurst Lane, founder and CEO of TravelingMamas.com, as she share's her travel writing journey with GoGirlfriend readers ...

Budget Travel with GoGirlfriend

how do i save money??how do I save money??During the month of April we'll be sharing budget traveling tips from travelers around the globe. If you've got tips on how to make travel more affordable...

Traveling Bare Foot with Mickela Mallozzi

Mickela Mallozzi dancing in Grotta del Turco - photo by Bridget PalardyMickela Mallozzi As Mickela Mallozzi visited various places, she says she would naturally seek out festivals and celebrations where people were gathering together, sharing the local music and dance ...

Planning a Volunteer Vacation

Volunteer Vacations by Doug CutchinsVolunteer Vacations by Doug CutchinsIn researching and writing Volunteer Vacations, I've been overwhelmed at times by the diversity of trips and experiences that these programs offer. You can go just about anywhere, at any time of year, with a range of prices, doing all different kinds of work ...

Volunteer Travel with Shannon O’Donnell

ask yourself how you can help othersask yourself how you can help othersWe're honored to welcome Shannon O'Donnell to GoGirlfriend to share her travel journey. As a traveler, volunteer and valiant earth steward, she has much to share with her Volunteer Travelers Handbook ...

Volunteer Vacations

Volunteer VacationsVolunteer VacationsStretching my stressed-out, tired body on a beach where Blackberries don't work confirms that idleness can be a virtue - especially when I'm catching up...

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