Traveling educates and opens the mind, and that’s only part of what makes it so beautiful. Traveling like a local and traveling like a tourist however are two very different things. Trisha Velarmino, the girl behind P.S I’m On My Way, doesn’t even define her experiences as travel, but rather choosing to be somewhere else all the time. Choosing the life of a volunteer rather than a basic tourist, Trisha believes this method will ultimately allow her to learn how to eat, cook, speak and live like a local. Her experience usually entails her staying long-term because that is how she believes she, and other people as well, would learn about that culture and life the best way. The exact opposite of “touristy”, Trisha wants to focus her experiences and blog posts to emanate the smooth path of life and not the hustle associated with traveling to and from famous landmarks and cramming photos everywhere possible. Being up for anything and unwinding along the way there, P.S I’m On My Way embodies concepts of solo female travel, luxury travel and backpacking as a result to perpetual transformation in Trisha’s life. This blog is not about guides, it’s about life. As she says it, P.S I’m On My Way is a result of what happens to you when you try do what makes you happy whilst highlighting the most beautiful parts of life one may imagine and not regretting a single part of it at all. Trisha aspires to inspire many through the relatability conveyed through her blog. Allocating part of the blog toward travel coaching, Trisha believes in sharing her accumulated travel knowledge with her readers for these are all the lessons she’s learned on the way there–learning it as she traveled on. Her advice seeks to help aspiring new solo travelers that are confused and vulnerable to making mistakes.