Solo traveling is daunting, and scary, and terrifying, and so so memorable and exceptional that you would want to do it again and again. It’s an amazing experience where you are your own boss and you can do anything you want and in any order.
I know living alone is not an easy job, especially for single women. There are social and its rules, and then there are aunties who always want to poke their nose in our business. But, the worst of all are the predators that see every single woman out there as their target.
I know it’s not easy to live freely in such society, but there are some measures that you can take to make your life a little bit easy. Here are 5 amazing safety hacks for you; I hope they’ll make some difference:
Winters are coming and so are the early darks and lonely streets. It’s a well known fact that winters lead to more crime and injury; a fear that is sadly growing in evidence. It’s not surprising that most of the people do not feel safe in walking alone on these dark alone streets, especially women. Walking alone in dark makes you vulnerable to personal attacks and nobody wants to face that situation.
But instead of spooking out, face the winters like a pro. Follow our safety tips to stay safe on dark lonely streets this winter: