My post on why isolating yourself within your own niche can be a bad thing, and also how the Problogger conference was awesome because it was not niche-focused. What are your thoughts on niches, networking and blogging?
My mode of travel might be different from yours, but mine has been molded for a number of reasons: remote working, information retention, and health. Inside you'll find out why I pick and choose my travel choices, and ultimately have to miss out on a number of activities along the way.
After TBU, I felt refreshed. The travel blogging industry is definitely coming around. Important issues were being brought up to people that will listen, and bloggers making leeway into this new field were there to reveal some of their best secrets.
While we're on this whole reflective business, I might as well point out a little something I need to do for 2012. If you're a blogger looking to branch out from your own blog, you might need to do this, too.
When will I learn? This post talks about the hardest lesson I had to learn this year, and hopefully how I'll start to remedy the issue in 2012. Read on, fellow bloggers, you might find my final thoughts useful.
After a big day taking part in the Blogger Relations Forum yesterday, I have lots of thoughts about overcoming fears and the future of blogging revolving around brands cooperating more effectively with bloggers. Whew! It's a doozy. Hopefully the read meshes well... click on!
The reality of the work from home life (of a freelancer/blogger) is more like you work your bum off or you don't make any money. I probably work twice as much in my self-employed life than I ever did in a real job, and there have been many challenges to overcome in order to make it a viable income source.
It’s not easy keeping up with all that goes on in my writing world. Heck, I can barely keep up with it myself! That’s why it is good to just sometimes put some of the highlights into one place, and that brings us to this post:
Her Packing List
Packable Exercise Equipment to Take RTW: Can you really take… Read more
Day 100: A frantic, stressed mess on a rainy Sunday when my computer broke.
The earlier days of 2011 were ones of me putting forward personal goals, and one of those involved building a sustainable location independent lifestyle. At that time, I was making a chunk of change with blogging, but it wasn’t really enough to be living in… Read more
Want to have a super cool travel blog that makes you Internet famous, gets you free stuff and also contributes to your income, or perhaps all of it?
Don’t we all…
When I first started in this blogging game, I did it to share my passion with the world. It had a purpose of… Read more
Day 70: Words getting you down? Ok, no that's my taxes.
Some people got it; I don’t. When it comes to being wordy and expressing thoughts in a well-rounded post, I just don’t have it. Some of my readers have commented on my succinctness before, and it blows my mind because I often find that reaching a mere 500 words… Read more