A Fat Girl’s Guide to Galaxy’s Edge Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run & more

Disneyland’s Galaxy’s Edge (aka Star Wars Land) park officially opened its doors to the public last week! My life in travel blogging has also kinda made me an unofficial Disney blogger. When I am not on a plane, I am dancing to whatever beat is playing on Main Street USA at the Disneyland Resort. I had the pleasure of getting a preview of Galaxy’s Edge … Continue reading A Fat Girl’s Guide to Galaxy’s Edge Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run & more

Travel & Mental Health

We LOVE connecting and collaborating with Fat Girls Traveling members. Recently Kate from Detailed Journeys took over the Fat Girls Traveling Instagram Story and touched on the important topic of mental health while traveling. She shares a more in-depth look at her recent experience below.   Trigger Warning: Eating Disorders & Body Dysmorphia In April 2019, I was on the trip of a lifetime with … Continue reading Travel & Mental Health

What Fat Women Think of Shrill

It’s hard to describe the rush of relief and feeling of acceptance I felt when I saw fellow fatty Aidy Bryant looking sexy AF in a swimsuit on a larger than life billboard in New York City. It was for Hulu’s latest series, Shrill. An adaptation of Lindy West‘s essay collection of the same name. I haven’t read the book, so I didn’t recognize the … Continue reading What Fat Women Think of Shrill

Q & A with Isabelle Yong

We know that representation matters, and there is so little representation for plus size Asian women who are jet-setters and style stars. Isabelle Yong happens to be both, so we asked her a few questions to learn how she stays so fly and her essential travel tips. Fat Girls Guide:¬†Asia is known for not being very open-minded when it comes to bigger bodies/ fat people. … Continue reading Q & A with Isabelle Yong

Women’s Travel Fest

The ladies and I are packing our bags and taking this show on the road! To the Big Apple to be exact for the Women’s Travel Fest. We’ll be discussing the intersections of traveling while other. The complexities of navigating new cities and countries while fat and women of color, LGBT+, and more. Our panel is going to unpack important issues and bring unique voices … Continue reading Women’s Travel Fest

5 Ways to Say I Love You to Yourself

Valentine’s Day is one of those days that people either love or hate. Whether you hate or love the actual day itself doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t show yourself some love whether you are single, partnered up or in an “it’s complicated” relationship. Loving yourself should always be a priority. So in honor of that here are 5 Ways to Say I Love You to … Continue reading 5 Ways to Say I Love You to Yourself

Gift Ideas for Your LGBT+ Valentine

It’s almost Valentine’s Day, which means that shopping for the winter holidays wasn’t enough and now you have to show your significant other how romantic you are with some Valentine’s day presents. Make finding a sentimental gift for your partner a whole lot easier with these gift ideas for your LGBT+ Valentine. Flight Gift Certificates Any traveler lover in your life is never going to … Continue reading Gift Ideas for Your LGBT+ Valentine