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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Solo Travel Site! These are the top ten articles that your Solo Travel Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. 3 Tips for Starting Conversations
Traveling solo doesn't have to mean that you're alone - far from it, in fact - it's just your choice. Even if the thought of eating alone, walking alone, sightseeing alone or being the sole entertainment makes you cringe, here are some tips to make the journey less isolated,

2. Find Your Plane Ride Zen
One of the questions I get most being a solo traveler is "don't you get tired of flying?" Not when I can find my plane zen. Read on.

3. Using ALL Your Vacation
When the month number ticks over to 10 and the ground crunches with leaves underfoot when you're taking that morning walk, a keen reminder surfaces: there's only 12 weeks left to use the rest of your vacation.

4. Ten Tips for Your Solo Road Trip
Have you always wanted to venture out on your own cross-country adventure, but aren't sure where to start? Here are ten travel tips that will make your road trip prep a breeze.

5. Social Media Safety on the Road
When you travel, do you tweet and update your Facebook status? Check in with FourSquare or Gowalla? Tell the world where you are and when you're not at home? As tempting as it is to share our adventures with the world, think before you post.

6. Choose Your Travel Attitude
Sometimes, the little things make the biggest difference. Don't ruin your own trip - whatever the reason is for going - by having a negative perspective on the events that occur.

7. Driving Solo in New Cities
When you´re in a new city, new things catch your eye at every turn! Make sure your safe driving isn´t compromised. Remember to keep your eyes at pedestrian level and stay sharp.

8. Quelling Solo Travel Anxiety
Don't skip the solo trip just because the thought of going alone makes you nervous. If you have anxiety about traveling, there are a few environmental things you can do to quell your shaky nerves.

9. Solo Travel - One Perfect Day
Sometimes, all you need for a good solo travel day is one perfect day. Choose your town and go.

10. Solo Travel - Saving Money
Knowing when to spend money on a solo vacation and when to save it can be a bit like rolling the dice: does it have to be so nerve wracking? No. Spending travel dollars wisely doesn't have to be a headache. You just need to plan.



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