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Life on the road from the feminine perspective. Host Laura Hughes, alongside inspiring voices of female travelers, bring you closer to some of the honest experiences that life on the road has to offer from the perspective of women who've lived them firsthand. Find out what life is like when the road becomes your home.

Women on the Road She Explores

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 309 Ratings

Life on the road from the feminine perspective. Host Laura Hughes, alongside inspiring voices of female travelers, bring you closer to some of the honest experiences that life on the road has to offer from the perspective of women who've lived them firsthand. Find out what life is like when the road becomes your home.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
309 Ratings

309 Ratings

My splendid life ,

A wonderful balance of dreaming and doing

A comfort is listening to women share their travel stories. I’ve done several solo road trips that have consisted of time alone in nature and visits with friends/family across the country. When I’m not traveling, I’m still dreaming about the next adventure. I love hearing how people are making their travels happen as well as what’s inspiring them to get out and do it.

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Inspiring podcast

I never knew a podcast like this existed! My husband and I want to buy a camper to travel in with our daughter, and I think this podcast will help make our dream a reality.

hellocaitcarr ,

This Podcast Changed My Life

This review is so overdue, but I need to start with the honest truth: this podcast changed my life. I found Women On The Road and their sister podcast She Explores in late 2017 when my business was taking off to full-time and my 4 year long relationship was ending. I felt so lost and overwhelmed all at once. By trade I am a professional photographer who is in a car daily for my job, and finding podcasts to listen to changed my constant time spent on the road. Coming out of a relationship where I was told I wasn't adventurous enough (literally right after shooting in Iceland, Greece, Colorado, North Carolina, Montana, etc. all while living in north Georgia...), I wasn't financially valuable enough, and that I was less than in many other ways at the same time that I found this beautiful podcast was seriously divine intervention. Laura and Gale both do such a beautiful job of sharing legitimate stories that the masses need to hear in a way that causes an empathetic response in the listener. Their desire to educate has also been so needed as well; we all need to know more and do more for the places we call home. Because of their podcasts I was able to plan and execute a month lived out of my Subaru Crosstrek in July/August of 2018 in Utah mostly solo, from and then back to Georgia. Their links to resources are incredible as well as the guests they feature who share so much knowledge about road living/trips (for my personal trip I followed Briana Madia and Abbi Hearne to learn as much as possible about the desert/Utah before going). I will forever be grateful for this podcast. Thank you thank you thank you.

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