Have you always dreamed of being a solo female traveler and be an entrepreneur at the same time? Get comfy, because this episode is for you!

Today’s guest Kelly Lewis, an incredible women’s travel industry maven, is passionate about helping women tap into their personal power through travel. She’s the founder of Go! Girl Guides, the world’s first series of travel guidebooks for women; founder of the annual Women’s Travel Fest, and creator of Damesly, a boutique women’s tour company. Born in Arizona but raised in Hawaii, she now lives in Portland, Oregon.

In this episode, we chat about:

  • The raw journey of being an entrepreneur & solo female traveler
  • Overcoming the haters and fears that are holding you back from living your dream life
  • Finding the courage to find opportunity in adversity
  • The miracle of stillness 
  • Not letting your past define you and how to change your life story 

Embracing Human The Rise of Female Entrepreneur Traveler

Kelly has been honored as a “Visionary” for the Future of Travel Awards by Newsweek, called a “dame disruptor” by Adventure.com, a “badass female founder” by Huffington Post, and “The woman making travel better – and safer – for all women” by The Muse. Lewis and her work have also been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, Shape Magazine, Elle, AFAR, Culture Trip, CNN, Travel + Leisure, and more.


You can follow her wonderful life journey on her Instagram @gokellylewis or her website www.gokellylewis.com. You can also find out more about her book @tellhershecant and www.tellhershecant.com.

Keep Up With Me

Keep up with my travel and adventures @theremoteyogi and find tons of free resources on how to live with more confidence at theremoteyogi.blog.

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Do you have a human experience story? Submit your stories to taryn@theremoteyogi.com and I’ll share them at the end of our upcoming episodes. 

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