Hey y’all! I’m rounding the corner on two years of this female travel blog, and I thought I’d take a minute to first of all, say THANK YOU!  I pop into your Inbox 2-3 times a week, and I hope you are enjoying my essays about traveling!  I receive kind emails and compliments all the time, so I know some of y’all are digging my chili!

Many of you have been with me since Day 1, and there’s new folks joining The Curious Cowgirl party every day, so today I’m serving up a Round Up of ALL the services I offer, in addition to my weekly Blog posts.


Female Travel Blog


Is a Female Travel Blog unique, or at least different from other travel blogs?  Well, I’m not sure it’s a female thing.  But, I am endlessly fascinated by the different ways travel bloggers cover the same destinations.  I always advise seeking out several sources, and pick and choose the tips and suggestions that seem most appealing to you.

So, how can you take advantage of everything The Curious Cowgirl has to offer?  Let’s start at the top, shall we?


Suitcases stacked on a brass rolling hotel cart


Blog Posts

The heart and soul of my Blog is 100% my Blog posts.  I love sharing my travel tips, observations, and experiences with you.  I’m less of a “journal-er” and more of an “information share-er” as you have probably noticed.  But, if you want a play-by-play of any of my trips, down to what I ate for breakfast, call me!  I can get REAL deep in the travel weeds if you want!


Travel Guides

When I started blogging, mentors encouraged me to LISTEN to my readers, and provide what they are asking for.  Almost from the beginning, y’all asked for travel itineraries that you could simply print out, and use for your own travels.  Done!  I’ve written almost a dozen guides for Paris, Rome, and New York City.  Click on this link to see what’s available for purchase, or for FREE!


Exterior facade of the Ralph Lauren Store on Madison Avenue NYC


Never Be a Hangry Tourist

My husband, Will, knows that it’s never a good thing for me to get hangry.  I’m epically un-fun to be around when hunger really sets in.  And, I bet many of y’all are the same.  The hard thing about travel is, most of us are pretty unfamiliar with the city we are visiting.  And at times, locating a good restaurant takes more time than we would like, tipping us into the hangry danger zone.  Not to worry!  I have curated restaurant guides for Rome, Paris, NYC and Dallas.  I update these lists often, and love it when readers make suggestions of new places I should try!!!



At The Curious Cowgirl, you don’t always have to pay to play.  I’ve developed a number of FREE Guides and Check-Lists that will make your travels much easier and better organized!  If you are planning International Travel, click here for Guide and Check List.  If you are NYC bound, here’s a free NYC Hotel Guide.

Headed to Nashville, here’s a great FREE restaurant list.

Many travelers like to pick up a good book, and I have a FREE Book List.  Most of the suggested titles make me feel inspired to travel.


Travel Gear

I’m a big fan of travel gear that actually HELPS make travel easier and more organized.  Here’s a link to a Blog post that shows you a picture of every travel item I love, and most I personally own as well.


A row of four suitcases with colorful backpacks balanced on top


Social Media

The main place I want you to be is right here, reading my Blog.  But, I do offer lots of travel tips and advice on three Social Media channels.

First, if you Facebook, please follow my Curious Cowgirl Facebook page.  Not only do I share my Blog posts there, making it easy for you to share those posts with your Facebook friends, but I also share many posts from other excellent travel sources for places I’ve not yet been!

Instagram friends, please do Follow me by clicking here.  Particularly when I travel, I share a lot of my daily activities on Instagram Stories.  Fun to follow along and see what’s happening in real-time!

Pinterest friends, you can follow me by clicking here.  I have several Boards, filled with not only my own blog posts, but also many other pins that will lead you to excellent travel articles written by other travel bloggers, travel writers etc.  Looking for travel inspiration?  Pinterest is the place to be!



Ok!  I think we are all caught up and on the same page!


Thanks again, y’all, for being on this journey with me!!!