Justine Harrington

Justine Harrington



Business, Travel, Lifestyle


University of Arkansas at Fayetteville


Justine is a freelance contributor to Verywell. She lives in Austin by way of Oklahoma. She’s a freelance travel journalist for Texas-based publications and global tourism brands and she writes primarily about health and lifestyle topics as well as sustainability, social entrepreneurship, feminist culture, and identity.  



Justine's features, profiles, interviews, and destination guides have been published in Fodor’s, Backpacker, USA Today, Misadventures, Luxury Living International, the Austin-American Statesman, Austin Monthly, and Time Out, among many others. Writing is her true love, though she’s also had pretty much every other travel-related job you could imagine, from ESL educator in Ecuador to head program director for a language immersion program in France. 


Justine holds Bachelor’s degrees in French and cultural anthropology from the University of Arkansas.

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