By: Charyn Pfeuffer

If you're between 18 and 30 years old and love to travel, Australia's "Working Holiday" visa program (WHV) is a fun post-grad option. Australia's WHV program allows eligible candidates to stay in the country for up to 12 months - provided they work for six months of that time. 

By Charyn Pfeuffer

Wedding season is just around the corner! For marriage-minded gals on the go, a smartphone can be a 21st century girl's best friend. Here are five must-have apps that can help from planning bridal showers to bachelorettes parties - and everything in between.

By: Charyn Pfeuffer

To say professional race car driver Alexis DeJoria is a frequent traveler is an understatement. For 10 months out of the year, DeJoria travels the U.S. to drive the Tequila Patrón XO Cafe car in the 24-race NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series. And for the past nine years, she's spent more time in airports, hotels, and her tour bus than at home, making her a seasoned road warrior.

We caught up with the busy wife, mother and pro on-the-go who shared a few of the items she never leaves home without:

By: Charyn Pfeuffer

Love or hate the selfie trend, it shows no signs of stopping. (Insert eye roll here.) And now, it's infiltrated the world of travel. 

By Charyn Pfeuffer

Empowered ladies of the world, unite! Congratulations, more and more of you are taking to the roads, streets and rails - solo.

Earlier this year, travel booking site, Booking.com issued its Solo Travel Report. Research was conducted among women between the ages of 25-45 from the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia and Germany. It found that women are increasingly comfortable with the idea of solo travel.

By Charyn Pfeuffer

Over the next decade, the face of travel may look very different, due in part to advances in technology. UK-based travel website Skyscanner recently released a new three-part report predicting what trends in the travel industry may look like in 2020s. 

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