Why You Should Read My Blog (If You Travel And If You Don’t)

Why You Should Read My Blog  (If You Travel And If You Don’t)

“When asked, ‘How do you write?’ I invariably answer, ‘One word at a time,’ and the answer is invariably dismissed. But that is all it is. It sounds too simple to be true, but consider the Great Wall of China, if you will: one stone at a time, man. That’s all. One stone at a time. But I’ve read you can see the motherfucker from space without a telescope.” Stephen King

 I’m not paid to write my blog which in our society makes it undervalued by many of my friends and family. It hurts my feelings when my friends or family can’t be bothered to follow it or read it sometimes. I’m not referring to everyone. Some of them are very supportive. On the other hand the blogging community is friendly, informative and generally cheering for you to succeed.

Travel is my passion. I am writing about what I love to do and what I see in the world. I do a lot of research before and after I travel so my facts are always checked. I love reading other people’s blogs because I want to know what they loved about where I am going. Though I read everything, I’m less interested in what paid travel writers have to say. I go for the passion.

You definitely shouldn’t read my blog for the photographs but I’m getting better. There are some seriously amazing travel photography blogs out there like beautifulIceland@wordpress.com., http://www.bulldogtravels.com     and http://dalocollis.com. They write well too and I want to go everywhere they have been. I like people who write from their heart not for their audience.  I like blogs  about navigating spirituality, literature, poetry and life from https://bobbiblogger.wordpress.com, mitchteemley.com, http://leonarddurso.com, https://michelleazar.wordpress.com. and http://stephaniebarbehammer.net. I like this blog called https://animalcouriers.wordpress.com, They transport pets around the world.

Writing is something I never thought I would be doing.  It  has changed my life and how I track the experiences in my life. It forces me to become more observant of the world around me and articulate my life and my decisions. It’s an interesting exercise in how much you want to reveal about yourself to others. I started revealing very little and now I tell more of my story from time to time. I realize that It is helpful to put your story out there. There are a few times when I’m writing about myself that I feel  l’ve lived an important life and have something to offer others. If nothing else, my story is “in the cloud” for posterity.

Thanks for reading and fly safe,


11 thoughts on “Why You Should Read My Blog (If You Travel And If You Don’t)

  1. Loved this , and I love reading your blogs and your daily quotes are part of my daily red which I send along to my family. Keep writing, my friend!!😀💯✈️

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. I LOVE reading your blogs, AND looking at your photo’s!!!!!!!! Hope you’re enjoying Brazil

  3. I like how you say it, and it is so true. Writing about life makes the mind much more observant and I sharper too. Photography as well 🙂

  4. I am honored and humbled to have been mentioned in your blog post. You have made my day! I love what you are doing on your blog!

    (I did notice that when you click on my link it doesn’t work.) It looks like there is an extra word at the end of the link. Would you mind adjusting it?


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