The welcome guide I received when booking my latest travel adventure read, “The tipis are not a sealed environment. Critters can get into them—including scorpions, crickets, and other things with lots of legs. And yes—we share this beautiful landscape with snakes…although we’ve never had problems with them.” Talk about a rustic, wild west adventure. It […]
I recently attended a Pangea Dreams retreat—the #1 industry leader in women’s educational retreats and I wanted to give you a deeper glimpse into my experience at the retreat in Peru because while I was there, I received sooo many DMs on Instagram from African American bloggers asking how I felt being the only black […]
I cringe every time I hear someone say, “I can’t afford to travel!” I understand that it can be a challenge to save with rent, groceries, car payment etc. However; I believe that most can afford a vacation at least once a year with a little effort. There are many apps out there that can […]
Okay, everyone. It’s official! My domestic travel series has kicked off and I’m so excited to review some of the most chic and posh boutique hotels and airbnbs around the country. To get started, I want to invite you into my stay at the Dallas boutique hotel Chijmes (pronounced CHims). Before we dive into it, […]
Labor Day is fastly approaching and it will mark the end of the summer holiday travel season. Where did summer go? Seems just like yesterday we were unofficially kicking off summer with Memorial Day weekend. Labor Day for many is the end of the summer travel season. With the end coming near; there will be […]
The name Thailand translates as the “land of the free” and rightly so. Throughout the country’s 800-year history, Thailand is the only country in South-east Asia to have never been colonized. It is also affectionately known as the “land of smiles” to its many visitors. This country, previously known as Siam, spans across an area of 514,000 […]
Okay! Let us face it long international flights can be brutal but with a little planning on the front end, they don’t have to be painful. You can make your journey more comfortable if you plan accordingly. Govern yourself accordingly! Don’t you hate when your neighbor turns to you and ask, “may I borrow your pen?” […]
It’s the weekend baby. Not only the weekend but a holiday weekend. With Memorial Day comes an extended weekend and you know what we do on extended weekends. We travel! Memorial Day unofficially kicks off the summer. With summer comes longer daylight hours, children out of school, and time to start using those PTO days […]
There has been a fairly recent development in human history that many of us sit at desks all day and aren’t up to performing physical activity. Did you know that the human body wasn’t designed to just sit around? Being a couch potato is partially why obesity and other health concerns related to physical activity have […]
Her Travel Tribe had the privilege to visit the Langa Township while in Cape Town. Langa is Cape Town’s oldest black township established in 1923. This township was established prior to the apartheid era designated for Black Africans. The name Langa means “sun” in the Xhosa language, but the name of the township is actually […]
Take a moment and count to 40 with me. Yes, 40 seconds. Someone somewhere in the world, just took their own life. And it will happen over and over again, every 40 seconds.
Seeing those two little lines on a pregnancy test can be one of the most exhilarating times in a woman's life. Having a baby is suppose to be be incredibly joyous, but did you know that for black women...
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