Afraid to Travel Alone? You Need These 5 Powerful Tips


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Afraid to travel alone?

You’re in the right place to learn how to transcend that very travel fear. Fear is the # 1 thing that holds us back from nearly everything we’d like to do, so you’re also definitely not alone there.

How do I know?

👋 I’m Shelley, and I have been a solo traveler in Mexico since April 2018! As a longtime solo female traveler, I’m going to let you in on this little secret:

EVEN VETERAN SOLO TRAVELERS ARE AFRAID TO TRAVEL ALONE SOMETIMES.

But here’s something both those of us who have traveled solo & those who haven’t (yet!) can agree on:

Being in unknown places, where we don’t feel completely comfortable, and we don’t know anyone… is anxiety-inducing.

In fact, even just writing that sentence made me feel a little uneasy, and I have traveled solo for more than two years!

So now we know the truth — that, Yes, even solo travelers have moments of fear and are sometimes afraid to travel alone — Your next thought is probably this…

THEN HOW DO THEY DO IT?

The answer is this:

They work at it. 

Solo travelers practice traveling solo, which makes them a little more comfortable each time.

We’re basically forced to learn how to break through our negative and anxious thought patterns. This does also mean we’re better able to enjoy the solo travel adventure we’ve chosen to take.

I myself have used the 5 tips in this blog throughout the last few years as a solo traveler. They saved me on days when my solo travel confidence was lacking (or worse, nonexistent).

These mental hacks and emotional assessments are about to be the game changers you need to once and for all breakthrough your anxiety!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Forget What You “Know”

Afraid to Travel Alone:

DO YOU WANT THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT WHY YOU’RE AFRAID TO TRAVEL ALONE?!

The reason you have anxiety and F.E.A.R. (AKA false evidence appearing real) about solo travel is because you have a mental picture of what it’s “supposed” to look like, and you have no idea how to “perfectly” pull that off.

Do you want the secret to overcoming that?

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Afraid to Travel Alone:

FORGET WHAT YOU “KNOW” ABOUT SOLO TRAVEL — IMMEDIATELY, IF NOT SOONER.

The reality is, if you’ve never been a solo traveler, there’s no way you can “know” what it’s like because you’ve never done it!

The thing with how “perfect” things “should” be is that you created your own definitions and scenarios to define them. What’s perfect to one person is horrible to another; meaning there is no actual such thing as “perfect.”

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Afraid to Travel Alone:

ALSO, THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS “SHOULD.”

We’ll get into “Shoulding” more in Tip #2, but let’s just say the word “should” isn’t helping to dissipate your solo travel fears!

Now, I love Instagram. I love taking pics, sharing pics, looking at other people’s pics… but real talk: ig 👏 is 👏 not 👏 real 👏. Big time travel influencers on Instagram are not depicting travel as it exists for the average traveler (me included).

Rather, they are essentially advertising themselves in their best photos. The more followers, the easier to monetize their page, meaning they can get paid to travel. (No shade btw, getting paid to travel is #goals.)

However, if you want to solo travel likerightnow, you might want to forget how you think solo travel “should“ look. This includes forgetting what solo travel (and travel in general) looks on Instagram and in the movies.

Use This Exercise

INITIAL THOUGHT:

If my first solo trip doesn’t look the “perfect” way I’ve always dreamt it would, there’s no point in even going at all.

REVISED THOUGHT:

Girl, we invented what the “perfect” solo trip looks like, and we can just as easily invent a new mental picture… so we can take our first solo trip already.

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Stop “Shoulding” All Over Your Trip

Afraid to Travel Alone:

AS THE ANCIENT YIDDISH PROVERB SAYS, “WE PLAN, GOD LAUGHS.”

Now, no one’s advocating for not planning around here… planning & preparedness have a lot of value!

The ideal takeaway from that proverb is that you’d benefit yourself tremendously by taking the pressure off yourself to do what you think you “should” do.

What I am sayin’ is this:

STOP “SHOULDING” ALL OVER YOUR TRIP!

Now, just what does this clever play-on-words mean to you — someone wanting to break through your fears of traveling alone.

Amazing question!

Travel, for many people, means seeing a certain number of sights & places. For me, a trip plan is basically a To Do list, or a chore list.


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Afraid to Travel Alone:

HAVING A LIST WITH A BUNCH OF BOXES YOU SHOULD CHECK OFF IS A ONE-WAY TICKET TO ANXIETYVILLE.

Instead, come up with a trip goal, which already sounds more fun!

Here’s an example: On this trip, my ultimate goal is self-discovery (or sub in relaxation, personal growth, peace, fun).

With a goal & not a plan, you’re free to fully embrace the best part of solo travel, which is this:

Doing whatever the fu+k you want, whenever the fu+k you want to do it! …And please do embrace that part of solo travel!

Woman in a red dress twirling in the street

Use This Exercise

INITIAL THOUGHT:

I’m in Mexico City. I “should” do these 14 things that I saw the most photos of on ig. Those are considered the Must Sees, and therefore I “must see” them all on this trip.

REVISED THOUGHT:

Girl, your Trip Goal is all Self-Discovery, remember? Which places on that list will lead me to crush my goal? I only “must see” what I choose. The internet is not the boss of you!

Check In Each Morning

Afraid to Travel Alone:

WE HUMANS ARE EMOTIONAL CREATURES — MEANING WE FEEL EMOTIONS.

The thing is, that’s one of our best qualities! The sooner you know how to effectively work WITH your emotions, the sooner you will transcend most anxieties in your life — not just solo travel ones.

Since we feel so many emotions, and since they change so often, check in with yourself on each morning of your trip. In doing so, you know what you’re workin with that day.

Woman writing in a journal by the pool

Afraid to Travel Alone:

IF YOU KNOW HOW YOU’RE EMOTIONALLY FEELING, YOU’LL KNOW WHAT YOUR LOGICAL NEXT STEP IS.

When you’re in this place of self-awareness, you’re never forcing what you “should” do. You’re doing what feels right.

Remember: Don’t “Should” All Over Your Trip.

For me, travel anxiety came up most when I forced myself to do what I knew, deep down, I was only doing because I thought I “should” do it.

Meaning: My emotions and intuition were telling me one thing, and my head had other plans based on it’s own agenda of “shoulds.”

The thing with anxiety and fear is that they are (at least in part) a response to how we think things “should” be…. and then, them not playing out that way.

This causes a panic because what’s happening is not what we prepared for. This also causes you to be afraid to travel alone, because there’s a chance the trip won’t go as planned.

Anxiety and fear are us not living in the moment. If we live in the moment, life is much more easy breezy because we’re dealing with things as they happen, not with how we assumed they’d happen.

Use This Exercise

INITIAL THOUGHT:

Mornin’ Self, How you feelin’ today? Well, honestly boo, I need a spa day. I know I planned to go to that famous archeological site, and now I’m not I’m feelin’ it; but I know I “should” push through. I’m just going to force it today.

REVISED THOUGHT:

Mornin’ Self, How you feelin’ today? Well, honestly boo, I need the beach, my book, my headphones, three margaritas and a massage. I know I planned to go to that famous archeological site, but I know if I force myself I won’t enjoy it as much.

Practice Kind Self-Compassion

Afraid to Travel Alone:

KINDNESS COSTS NOTHING BUT MEANS EVERYTHING.

I love that saying. Beyond that, there’s another popular saying in the Positive Mindset community that to quickly stop negative self-talk, ask yourself “Would I speak this way to my BFF?” (Or sub in mom, sister, partner, whomever.)

When you’re not saying positive things to yourself, the answer is of course:

Hell No, you most certainly would not.

When you’re on a solo trip, you’ll have more time than usual to hear your own thoughts — and let me tell you, we humans think a lotttttt of thoughts.

One of the great things about travel is you find out how many good, kind people there are.” ~Edith Wharton

Woman in front of ferris wheel making heart shape with her hands

Afraid to Travel Alone:

LEARN TO FLIP YOUR (INTERNAL) SCRIPT!

Research says we have more than 6,000 thoughts per day! Based on statistical probability alone, some negative ones will creep in… but, as soon as one does, immediately give yourself a new one.

Or, flip the script, if you want to say it in cooler terms.

When your thoughts take a turn for the negative (or the “should” — & again, please Don’t “Should” All Over Your Trip!) remind yourself to flip the script in the most compassionate way possible.

Remember to speak to yourself with the same loving kindness you extend to your BFF (mom, sister, partner, whomever).

Use This Exercise

INITIAL THOUGHT:

You’re in Mexico City & you “should” absolutely go to the Frida Kahlo Museum. No woman comes to this city & doesn’t go there. You’re a failure of a traveler if you don’t go & this trip will suck.

REVISED THOUGHT:

Girl, remember your trip goal of self-discovery… If you don’t think there’s any self-discovery for you at that museum, don’t go.

You’re so cool for having the guts to travel solo & do it the way YOU want to do it! You are one amazing queen. We can always go to see the Frida Kahlo Museum on our next solo trip. It’s NBD, boo. I doubt the museum’s going anywhere.

Take A Break Before You Need To

Afraid to Travel Alone:

DOING WHATEVER THE FU+K YOU WANT, WHENEVER THE FU+K YOU WANT TO DO IT.

When in doubt, remember that line up there. That’s one of the greatest gifts of solo travel: Complete & utter independence. I digress! But let’s continue…

Medical science says we’re actually dehydrated hours before we feel thirsty.

The same is true with our emotional batteries. Letting ourselves hit 0% before recognizing we needed a moment is going to for sure cause some anxiety.


The best part of #SoloTravel? Doing whatever the FU+K you want, whenever the FU+K you want to do it 💅 — from “Afraid to Travel Alone? These 5 Powerful Tips Will Help.”

In an effort to mitigate undesirable outcomes, remember you can take a break long before you think you need one!

The wonderful part of solo travel, is that when the moment hits when you want to take that break, you just take it. You don’t check in with anyone. You just stop and do you.

Woman sitting on a bench under purple and white flowers

Afraid to Travel Alone:

IF YOU FEEL YOURSELF OPERATING AT 35’ISH%, 🛑 STOP 🛑

Ask a friendly local or consult Google to find a cafe,

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” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener”>park, wine bar, artisan jewelry shop, or whatever seems cool (& has WiFi!) near you. Go chill there until you recharge to about 90%, or whatever number works for you.

Hitting 0% is the breeding ground for fear, anxiety and negative self-talk. Plus, you now have to recharge all the way back up to 100%, and that can take hours instead of minutes.

Use This Exercise

INITIAL THOUGHT:

Q: Girl, How you doin? A: I legit fu+king hate this city, & my hair today, & those flowers, & the blue sky, & all those people over there.

REVISED THOUGHT:

Me: Girl, How you doin?

Internal Me: Well, honestly boo, I’m at 37%.

Me: Ok, so let’s take 5! We can hit up that cute cafe we saw yesterday, refill our water bottle, use their bathroom, put on lipstick, eat an avocado toast, jump on the WiFi, listen to our favorite song, edit some of our trip photos, take a selfie if the lighting’s good, and then continue with our merry way just as soon as we feel 100% again.

Internal Me: OK, perfect plan. ¡Vamos chica!

Bonus Tips

Afraid to Travel Alone:

General Female Travel Safety Tips

  1. Use a cross body bag instead of a shoulder bag, and keep it at your side or on your chest, instead of on your back.
  2. Don’t put your phone in your back pocket!
  3. Take your purse or book bag into the bathroom with you, rather than asking a café/bar neighbor to watch it. This is annoying, for sure, but it works to not get your stuff stolen.
  4. Don’t pull your phone out in a giant crowd and/or if the vibe feels sketchy. Remember, your intuition is always right!
  5. If the vibe feels sketchy, duck into a cafe, buy a water, and wait a bit until you feel better about your surroundings.
  6. Not wearing flashy clothes or jewelry (Side Note: Mexicans are relatively modest dressers).
  7. Keep some cash in your pocket so you don’t have to pull your whole wallet out every time you need to pay.
  8. Double check to make sure you have your “PKW” (Phone, Keys, Wallet) whenever you’re leaving one place to go to the next.
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It me! Eating a gelato solo on a solo trip to beautiful, colorful Guanajuato City, Mexico.

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54 Comments

  1. Michaela

    Great tips!! Wish you had shared this 3 years ago when I was planning my OE haha

    Reply
    • Shelley

      Michaela: HAHAHA!! I hate finding blogs years after I needed them.

      Reply
  2. Julie

    Great tips! It’s true! Even veteran solo travelers get nervous before a trip.

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    • Shelley

      Hi Julie: I have found that to be true for myself… different places effect me differently, and some are more nerve-racking than others.

      Reply
  3. Kelli

    I love to travel solo! Such great advice!

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    • Shelley

      Kelli: Thank you for saying so!

      Reply
  4. Linda

    I love travelling solo & always feel anxious before I go. Luckily this settles pretty quickly when I’m on the way. The trick is to book the ticket & get on the plane ……& planning helps.

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    • Shelley

      Linda: It’s soooo true… the best advice for how to solo travel is to just go do it. All feelings eventually pass!

      Reply
  5. Taylor

    Ah I miss solo traveling so much! This is such a great guide. I definitely was nervous to travel alone at first and I still am nervous to travel to specific places on my own, but every time I do travel by myself I let go of that fear and have the best time.

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    • Shelley

      Hi Taylor: There is definitely a “hump” that I always have to get over when I start a solo trip. After the hump, the fun begins.

      Reply
  6. Kirsten Wendlandt

    I adore this post! I’m definitely one of those people who have been afraid to travel alone but you’ve inspired me to give it a go one day. Thank you!

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    • Shelley

      Hi Kirsten: I hope you do!! As with most things, I have found solo travel was scarier in my head than when I was actually traveling.

      Reply
  7. Shay

    The anxiety of checking off that always too long to do list is so relatable!! Great article and great tips 🙂

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    • Shelley

      Hi Shay: I’m glad that part resonated with you! My whole relationship & approach to travel changed when I stopped checking boxes of a list.

      Reply
  8. Emily

    Ha, I am definitely guilty of ‘shoulding’ – #2 is a great tip for solo travellers especially!

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    • Shelley

      Emily: You’re in good company!! I think everyone is guilty of this same thing — I know I am from time to time.

      Reply
  9. Val

    Great tips! I’ve actually never traveled solo before, but I’ll definitely keep these in mind if I do!

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    • Shelley

      Hi Val: If you try solo travel, you have to come back & let me know how it went!!

      Reply
  10. Samantha

    I love these tips! I just heard about “shoulding” yourself recently and I love it 😂. I’ve been wanting to solo travel for so long, and planned to finally do it this year, but 2020 had other plans lol. Definitely 2021!

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    • Shelley

      Hi Samantha: I remember the first time someone told me to “stop shoulding myself” LOL!! ….Super hilarious & super great advice. I hope you enjoy your 1st solo trip.

      Reply
  11. Valerie

    This post is brilliant! I love travelling solo and I remember how scary it was when I first left home all alone to start my adventure. I feel like the tips in this post can be used for everyday life situations as well, forget what you think you know, stop planning so much, go with the flow and love yourself 😀
    It’s just a small comment but I especially love when you say “treat yourself like you would your BFF”, this is actually my mantra at the moment and I try to practice it every day. It works wonders.
    Thanks for sharing, really enjoyed reading this post 🙂

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    • Shelley

      Valerie: Thank you so much for your words. I recently saw a kind of follow-up to the “treat yourself like you would your BFF” & it’s …and love yourself like you love your dog!

      Reply
  12. cass

    In a way this is the most relatable post I’ve read on this topic. The ‘shoulding’ and following how YOUR emotions are actually telling you to react. And yes, I basically found everything I’d heard or expected about solo travel DIDN’T work for me and my unique set of needs. But despite being afraid I still go for it – I still figure it out! It’s worth it.

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    • Shelley

      Cass: Thank you so much for your words. They mean a lot to me… I’m so glad this post was relatable for you. I believe we’re all less alone in our thinking than we believe ourselves to be.

      Reply
  13. Sarah

    I so needed these tips! I just started recently doing things by myself (like hiking, hahaha far cry from solo travel!) but with my husband’s job, he’s worried about travelling now and coming back to treat patients. I may have to do some solo travelling and I’ve been a little wary of it since it’s way out of my comfort zone. These tips are so helpful!

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    • Shelley

      Sarah!! So glad you got value out of my post ❤️ ….but don’t sell yourself short, solo hiking & solo travel aren’t vey far off!

      Reply
  14. Samantha

    I absolutely loved this blog! I haven’t solo traveled yet but had been planning to before covid hit. I’m definitely saving this post to keep as a reminder for the future!

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    • Shelley

      Hi Samantha: YES!! I hope you take that 1st solo trip & I hope my post will help guide you during that trip.

      Reply
  15. Emma Walmsley

    This is a really useful post, thank you! I love that it’s all about reframing thoughts and turning in to yourself, rather than tick off a bucket list and push on through. Excellent tips.

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    • Shelley

      Emma: Thank you for saying that. I truly believe it all starts in the mind & w/ the thoughts.

      Reply
  16. Anna

    Thanks for sharing these great tips! I love the idea of taking a break before we actually need to, it made me reflect on how many times I could have avoided stress on the road!

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    • Shelley

      Anna: That one is sooooooo useful… not just for travel, but for everyday life. I try to be preemptive with my emotions.

      Reply
  17. Taylor Taverna

    These are such AMAZING tips! I have solo traveled on so many different adventures and it is truly the most life changing experience. Thank you for sharing!

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    • Shelley

      Taylor: Thank you for checking out the blog & I totally agree — Solo travel changed my life also.

      Reply
  18. Khyati

    I LOVE this post! It is so full of life. Also reminds me of the time I made up my mind to travel solo back in 2014. What a liberating feeling, really.
    I wish you more travels! Keep inspiring.

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    • Shelley

      Khyati: You are so kind ❤️ I totally agree on the liberation you get from solo travel.

      Reply
  19. Courtney

    As many others have said, I echo the appreciation for this post. I have done some solo traveling, and over time it has really gotten easier. Your post reminded me of my first solo travel when I studied abroad in Tel Aviv, and I can see how much I have evolved since then. But, it is really refreshing to hear folks who travel solo all the time still express that they get nervous or anxious, too! Really is comforting! One of my favorite parts of solo travel has been the few times I have traveled for work and built in side weekend trips. I sleep well on planes, so after a flight from NYC to Hong Kong I was able to get off the plane and start adventuring right away. Would be more difficult if you’re with someone who is seriously affected by jet lag. (Or the reverse, where you as you mention if you’re traveling alone you just take a rest when you need it. No worry you are slowing someone else down.

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    • Shelley

      Hi Courtney! I appreciate you appreciating my blog!! That’s such a great point about being on your own schedule & not having to make any concessions for anyone’s jet lag, sleep schedule, etc. I like traveling with people too, but solo travel is much easier & I see/do soooo much more.

      Reply
  20. patti

    I’ve actually been contemplating doing solo trips recently since the hubby has been pretty busy making his youtube videos.

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    • Shelley

      Patti: HOW COOL!! I hope you try it out & enjoy your solo travels.

      Reply
  21. Sophia Bawany

    A much needed post for everyone who wants to travel and explore alone. The unrealistic “gram” expectations can really make or break a person mentally. This was a much needed reminder of how to center yourself and really create some meaningful experiences! 🙂

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    • Shelley

      Hi Spohia: Believe me, I love IG, but I have had to develop a healthy boundary with it too. It can be toxic, if you let it. I try to mitigate that by not following a lot of the big travel influencer accounts… or anyone who presents what I consider an absolutely unrealistic version of what traveling looks like for a the average woman.

      Reply
  22. SHANy

    Great tips!! #2 is my favorite and most useful for me. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    • Shelley

      Shany: Yes……. “Shoulding” is something so many need to hear about!

      Reply
  23. Yukti Agrawal

    I never traveled alone as I am afraid but your post is giving me lots of strength all positive points to go for solo travel. I love your shoulding advice. Also your photos are beautiful and you look happy while traveling.

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    • Shelley

      Hi Yukti: Thank you for saying that, I love being able to travel. It is one of my greatest joys in life.

      Reply
  24. Bliss

    I love this guide. I definitely don’t want to be shoulding all over my travels. I definitely thought your tip on not to get to 0% was really true. It’s something we can forget because we feel like we need to be doing ‘fun’ travel exploring all the time.

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    • Shelley

      Hi Bliss: You are exactly correct & I love how you worded this — “t’s something we can forget because we feel like we need to be doing ‘fun’ travel exploring all the time.”

      Reply
  25. Francesca

    These are some great tips! I have not really traveled solo yet but I feel these are some good tips to get me started. I love the “should” one. We aways feel we “should” do things but it doesn’t mean we need to.

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    • Shelley

      Hi Francesca: Not “shuolding” is something that can be applied to pretty much ever aspect of life — but I love how you worded it: We always feel we “should” do things but it doesn’t mean we need to.

      Reply
  26. Teresa

    Travelling solo can be very daunting but these are great tips! Thank you so much for sharing

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    • Shelley

      Teresa: I totally agree, I was super scared the first time… and less scared after each solo trip!

      Reply
  27. Daniella

    These tips are definitely powerful and really useful! Thanks for sharing.

    Reply
    • Shelley

      Daniella: Thank you so much for saying that ❤️

      Reply

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