When you’re a single girlie, you get kind of get used to flying solo – and I mean that literally. I do a heck of a lot of travelling on my own because, for me, it's a no-brainer.
Most of my friends have partners or families and aren't as keen or available for friend holidays as they once were, which I totally get.
So I can either go to the places I want to visit alone or… not at all.
Like I said, it just... makes sense to me.
Watch: travelling solo to Fiji. Post continues below video.
And I'm on to a good thing here guys, because solo female travel is officially on the rise right now.
Around 60 per cent of the people booking international Australian solo travel with Flight Centre in the past 12 months were women (up nine per cent from January to June alone, compared to the previous six months) – and it's not just the Gen Zs going on adventures.
In fact, on average, the women winging it alone are in their mid-to-late 50s.