Be My Travel Muse

Where to Travel Based on Your Myers-Briggs Type

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This is kind of a fun idea that I haven’t seen before.  Have you considered matching your travel goals with your personality type?


I’m an INTJ and I would certainly enjoy their recommendation of a solo drive around Ireland.  I haven’t done that yet, but would book that trip in a heartbeat.


Interestingly enough, I’ve done about 3/4 of the trips she suggests for other personality types and I enjoyed all of those as well.


So it might all be crap, but it’s an interesting amusement for travelers.  If you know your personality type, check the link below and find out where you should be traveling this year.



Where to Travel Based on Your Myers-Briggs Type




Mexico Compendium

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Now that we are outside of hurricane season for Mexico’s Caribbean coast, it’s time to post some travel guides to Mexico.


I’ve been to Mexico more than 25 times in the last 15 years.  I lived in Playa del Carmen for two months last winter.  It’s close, cheap, beautiful, fun, and has no Covid restrictions.  I really think it’s one of the best places for Americans to travel this winter.


I’ve compiled a list of the best articles on the internet for visiting and/or moving to Mexico.  If you are curious about life south of the border, you’ll find all the information you need in the links below.


Riviera Maya (Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum)


26 Unexpected Things to Do in the Riviera Maya, México



The Ultimate Guide To Nightlife In Playa Del Carmen



19 Things Travelers Need To Know Before Visiting Tulum

Playa Del Carmen: The absolute guide for gay travelers



Digital Nomad Communities Booming In Playa Del Carmen, Tulum and Cozumel



5 Things You Should Know About the Hotel Zone of Cancun


How To Get To Cozumel – Cancun To Cozumel

Everything You Need To Know About Traveling To Cancun This Summer



The Best Time To Visit Tulum



Other Areas, Trips, and Travel Tips


Travel Tips For Mexico



The 24 Most Beautiful Places in Mexico



Complete Guide To Visiting Chichen Itza, Mexico

10 Best Mexico Cities (and Worst) to Work Remotely in 2021


Solo Female Travel in Mexico – Your Essential Guide


Best Mexico Tours: Ancient Ruins, Sun & Spicy Food!


Mexican Food Bucket List: 60+ Traditional Dishes to Eat from Mexico


Top 7 Places To Visit For Adventure Tourism In Mexico


Living in Mexico


Living In Mexico City: A Guide (For Digital Nomads)



15 Pros and Cons of Living in Mexico



Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Playa del Carmen


3 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Moving to Mexico


I hope you enjoy Mexico as much as I have.  Please contact me if you have any questions.



Female Travel Safety Tips

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This is quality safety advice for solo female travelers.  Male travelers would benefit by following most of these rules as well.


31 Safety Tips for Solo Female Travelers from the Experts


Night Hiking

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One of my favorite activities to do in foreign countries is to go hiking.  I can’t think of many international trips I’ve taken that didn’t have at least some component of hiking involved.

I really like hiking at night as well, but not many people do it.  In fact, the article below is the first article I’ve ever seen on the topic.


Hiking at Night? Read This First


I will echo the author’s advice about having a good headlamp.  I’ve found it to be essential for traversing wooded areas and when there is little starlight/moonlight in the sky.


Enjoy the article.  I’d encourage you to plan a night hike soon.