Girls Trip. Two simple words that can cause immense excitement amongst women everywhere and I don’t mean only because of the movie recently released. I partook in one of these girls trips myself a few months ago and I came out a whole new woman, with new goals and aspirations, new friends and a complete new look on life. I want to share this with others, not only by recounting my tales of wild nights and adventurous days but by giving you the opportunity to experience it for yourself. Introducing The Traveling Girls Club.

The Traveling Girls Club is a customized group tour for women over 35 in need of a break from everyday life and interested in meeting new people. It is meant to get you out of your comfort zone and get you to start traveling more, explore more and experience more. The Club is for women who are open to new adventures and possibilities.

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Why should you join? If the above was not enough to convince you, perhaps these 5 reasons will.

It’s about time you focus on YOU

We are mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, girlfriends, colleagues, coaches, councilors, therapists, event planners and referees. But when was the last time you were YOU? We are often so busy with our everyday lives that we barely have the time to stop and think what it is that we actually want.

We spend the majority of our teens longing to be adults, longing to be free. In our twenties we are too busy finding a career, the right partner and building that house with a white picket fence. In our thirties we are raising children and building empires. When your 40’s come knocking you have lost sight of who you are, what your dreams are and what you aspire to be. We women have the tendency to put everyone else’s needs in front of our own. The Traveling Girls Club gives you the opportunity to be you, even for a brief moment.

Female Bonding 101

Sometimes we crave new connections, new friends. This is what the club can offer. The small group of 6 to 10 women are all strangers who have never met before but are yet traveling together. In my experience this is the best way to create new connections, get new ideas and make unexpected new friends. You will basically be in a different environment with people you would have otherwise never spoken to. If this is not the best way to learn from others, I don’t know what is.  You’re here to take a journey to self discovery and this is one of the best ways to do that.

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Absolute Relaxation

The first Girls Trip scheduled for late October of this year is themed “Chilling in Paradise”, and that is exactly what you will be doing if you decide to join. It’s a chance for you to recover, regain your mental stability and relax, all while having a lot of fun. The destination for this first trip will be revealed soon, so be patient, my friend.

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No Judgement

Do you want to order a second bottle of wine, flirt with the waiter, cry about that pair of fabulous shoes you should have bought? Do what you need to do. There is no judgement here. You can do what you want and be who you want be for 4 glorious days. Dance around in a tiara, skinny dip in grandma panties, refuse to shave for all I care. Just be you.

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The Destinations

The Traveling Girls Club will plan a few trips a year, each designed so you could have the most fun in the safest way, while experiencing all the destination itself has to offer. There will be trips to relax, to hike, to explore, to eat and drink, to shop and to indulge. Destinations such as Puerto Rico, Dominica, the BVI’s, Grenada and others are in the planning. Eventually we will take it outside of the Caribbean region as well.

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Well? Did I convince you to sign up? Is this what you have been looking for? Does this appeal to you in any way? If you answered yes to one or all of these questions, don’t wait any longer. The first step starts with you. Contact me and sign up for the next fan-fucking-ta-bulous getaway with the girls. Time to let your hair down, darling.

Big kiss and a virtual hug.

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