The Recipe for Friendship: Making Friends as a Solo Traveler
Have you ever thought about traveling solo? Over 25% of Road Scholars travel solo, so you’re not alone! Hear from solo travel expert Barbara Winard about how to make friends when traveling with a group.
Five Tips for the Solo Female Traveler
Traveling solo is empowering, but can also be a bit intimidating. Here are our top tips for solo female travelers to make sure you have the best possible experience with the least amount of stress.
6 Reasons to Travel Solo When You’re Older
What’s holding you back from going solo? Barbara Winard shares her six reasons why exploring on her own but with a group of Road Scholars is the best way to see the world. Find out how going solo with a group can bring you joy, too.
Women-Only Travel is Not a Trip — It’s a Journey
Women have a natural bond of shared experiences and shared histories, and there’s no better opportunity to discover that camaraderie than on a journey with other women.
9 Top Tips for Staying Healthy in Retirement (I’m Trying Tip #7 Myself!)
Wondering how you can create healthy habits after you retire? From diet ideas to exercise tips, retired Road Scholars share their wellness advice on how to stay healthy in retirement. Read their retirement health tips here
This Innovative Club Has Given Retired Men Purpose — And Now It’s Coming to the U.S!
Founded in Australia as a way to promote social interaction and a sense of community among retired men, the “Men’s Sheds” movement is now bringing people together in the United States.
Advice for Solo Travelers From Solo Travelers
We asked some expert Road Scholar solo travelers for some advice to help answer all of your questions about solo travel and to encourage you to give it a try!
9 Proven Antidotes to Aging’s Negative Effects
Looking for some tips for healthy aging? We have nine activities for you to try, from popping a cork on a bottle of merlot to learning to play Pickleball in Hilton Head and painting a watercolor landscape of the Poconos.