So, You Want to Date a Woman Who Travels (Solo)…?

That’s simple. Staying together, either on the road or back home? That’s a whole lot more complicated. And for a lot of couples, love isn’t enough to weather that storm.

I don’t think I’ll ever be in a serious relationship again. That aware and open to the idea that maybe I might possibly want to have a partner in my life again. But for now, I really don’t think so. I’m at a place now where I won’t sacrifice my peace for anyone. Unless someone can complement my life, in a big way, it’s not worth me changing it.

I am perfectly aware I can’t speak for everyone in this post. Maybe there are some solo female travelers out there who want the fuck boys, who play games and don’t mind wasting their time. But now that I’m traveling solo in my 30s, I’ve realized the other single women my age – who are travelers like me – are on the same page. We’re on the same level, we have the same perspectives on dating and men, we want the same things. So, if you’re wanting to date a woman who travels – especially a woman who travels solo – here are a few things to consider.

We are independent as fuck. We do not need a man. We do not need anyone else. We take care of ourselves, we can and will do everything on our own. But, if we choose to be with someone, know that that is a much deeper commitment than needing to be with them. Because we could be on our own, but we care about someone enough to be with them.

We won’t put up with any bullshit. Don’t try it on us, because we’d rather do life on our own than be treated less than we deserve.

Women who travel solo don’t have time for insecure, egotistical, fuck boys. We won’t build up an ego at the expense of our peace. We are looking for secure men, who are good communicators, to build mutual trust with. Our lives will likely still be adventurous even if we’re in a relationship – so if we can’t trust each other, there’s no point in trying a relationship. Please don’t give us a reason for mistrust, because we’re stingy giving out second chances.

It takes a lot of work for a woman who travels solo to commit to a relationship. But we can guarantee that we will make a wild adventure out of this life together.

Dating while you travel can be messy, complicated, and a lot of work. It can also bring amazing people into your life, give you incredible, unforgettable experiences. Like dating in “real life,” it all depends on what you personally want from both your trip, and from your life.

Maybe you’re traveling long-term and looking for validation or advice. Maybe you’re simply curious, and wondering what dating is like on the road. Maybe you’re just here for the juicy gossip courtesy of yours truly. Whatever your reason for clicking on this article, I hope you’ve found a new perspective here.

Finding love while you travel?

And no matter how much time has passed, however fleeting our encounter may have been, whatever the ending was – a special thank you to the wonderful guys I’ve met traveling through the years.

That being said, people do connect on the road, and form meaningful long-term relationships. I would know – I got together with a friend on a trip to Poland, and ended up marrying him. If travel is a part of your life, finding someone who also travels is key. But it can be a bit of a quagmire to get there, and stay there.

If you’re going on dates while traveling solo, I ALWAYS recommend meeting for the first time in a public place, where you know there will be other people. Dinner, drinks, coffee, lunch, brunch, museum, beach – these are all great first-date options, where I know I won’t be all alone with a stranger.

Using dating apps when you’re traveling can be a LOT of fun! I’ve met some great guys who I never would have met otherwise; some I felt a real connection and attraction with, others I felt a friendship vibe. And a few who I didn’t like at all, lol. Dating apps allow you to connect with different people, plan a date for when you’re in town, and hopefully meet someone you hit it off with. Some people may use dating apps purely for hookups and to find someone to sleep with – it’s likely easier to find someone attractive than taking your chances at a bar, I suppose. But a lot of people who use dating apps while traveling use them to just go on a date.

I love hiking, but meeting up in a remote car park for a hike in the wilderness is always relegated to a second-date activity, after I’ve already met the person

Social media connects us all, and offers a very personal way to stay in touch long after meeting in person. You can reconnect with someone years or even decades later. Don’t be too quick to unfollow or unfriend, you never know what might happen in the future…

I did it once; I don’t regret it. But I could never do it again. And having been through the dark experiences I’ve been through, I would never, EVER allow someone else to move for me.

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