The art of travel blogging is more than just uploading text and pretty pictures. It takes work to get it right from the beginning. That’s why I created this list of the 13 most informative and inspiring blog posts that helped me start my travel blog right. If you’re serious and want to start a travel blog, take a look — I promise you won’t regret it.
I’ve decided I’m done with winter. It not only inhibits my desire to enjoy life (boo!), but it’s beginning to take its toll on my mental and physical health. I’ve wrote less, have been publishing less, and in general feel less motivation to get life done. & for now, I’m stuck with another two monthsSigue leyendo «Travel Back: Vibrant Mexico, 2015»
Despite its distance in vast darkness, the power of the moon carries our minds back to reality. A reality where the bigger picture makes more sense, even within its own abstraction. As a teenager, I used to scoot halfway onto to the trunk-end ledge of my Mom’s Honda Odyssey (or Mom van) and stare intoSigue leyendo «Using the Power of the Moon to Inspire»
Sometimes it’s hard to travel as a woman because just about everywhere you go, you’re still a woman. Most, if not all of us have experienced the pitfalls of femininity in our travels and at home. From harassment in the streets to disguised discrimination, falling in line (or staying out-of-line) with society’s expectations prescribes punishmentsSigue leyendo «Travel as a Woman: What I’ve Learned»
From the life of a serial drifter, self-definition means to keep learning, experiencing, and finding yourself in places around the globe sometimes. Finding self-definition depends on you – of course, we’re always growing, but some of us are always out trying to discover what’s next for us. If this describes you, welcome to my page.Sigue leyendo «A Place for Self-Definition and Everything Else»
First bruised bone. First jellyfish sting. First time falling in a hole in the sidewalk. Travel mishaps took no mercy these past two months. Our story begins at Uvierto beach, Las Tablas We had all been swimming for quite some time, no issues at all. As the tide began to come in though, so didSigue leyendo «3 Unexpected Travel Mishaps in Panama»
Magnificant architecture, wildlife, and history all contribute to defining Panama City. In the midst of winter, the rain breathed energy into the non-stop city. With both urban and natural beauty to admire, I bring you a small view into the city. After an amazing week in the city, I left to volunteer as an EnglishSigue leyendo «Visual Journeys: 6 Views of Panama City»
The truth is: I fell into the hostel scam far before far before I knew what happened. A note: The hostel that I stayed at was not at fault for what happened. Unfortunately, this scammer is a traveling one ~~ I 100% recommend staying at the Casa Mona Lisa in Panama City. And onto our story: WhenSigue leyendo «How I Fell into a Hostel Scam»
Is it just me, or is eating an abominable amount of food before leaving a country 100% necessary? At this moment, I’m eating Teriyaki chicken soba at the Koja Grill in North Philly.
You’ve held control over me for too long. It’s time for me to branch out, to pursue my creative endeavors, and to take all you taught me and apply it to the world. I’m not gonna lie, I’m so happy you’re outta my life (almost).