About Roads We Wander

Roads We Wander is dedicated to helping travelers with anxiety expand their comfort zones, say "no" to their anxiety, and live their best life. (You know, the one you dream about!)

This blog isn't about me and my travels. I will be helping you by using my personal experience and struggles, but those stories will always be about how they can help you. I want to encourage and empower you to be the best version of yourself, even if it's a little uncomfortable at first.

If you're a young adult who wants to travel to a bunch of awesome destinations, but you feel a knot forming in your stomach every time you think about booking the flights because of the "what ifs" forming in your mind, this blog was literally made for you.

There are a lot of travel blogs out there written by kick-ass people who seem to have no fear.

Roads We Wander is different because I'm different. I'm not a kick-ass traveler. I'm a total scaredy cat. No, it's not one of my finer qualities, but it's the truth. But, I'm trying to be better. I'm trying to show my anxiety who is boss. And, if you have a similar goal, I hope you'll join me!

On the blog, you'll find travel tips and destination information. Throughout each post, I will share the things that triggered my anxiety and the tips and tricks I used for getting past it and doing them anyway.

Through my experiences, I'm going to encourage you and empower you to expand your comfort zone through travel and live a life you love!

About Jennifer

So, you might be wondering why the hell you should listen to me?

Jennifer enjoying Prosecco in Venice, Italy

Fair question.

Here's the deal:

I'm not a travel expert who has been traveling the globe full-time for the past 15 years.

I'm 25 year old Floridian who travels every chance I get.

I've been slowly (but surely) traveling the US and Europe.

Hell, now that I'm listing out my qualifications, maybe you shouldn't listen to me...

But, here's the thing, I am on the exact journey that you're on.

I'm trying to expand my comfort zone and tell my anxiety who's boss, so I can travel to all the destinations I've been dreaming of and can try all the things I want to.

Believe me, I don't have all of the answers.

But, I'm learning so much with every trip I take.

I want to share all of my successes and failures with you with complete transparency.

Ready to get Started?

If you're ready to go travel and tell your anxiety who's boss, here are some great post to get you started!