In addition to spending a lot of time networking in New York City, I also looked for opportunities to meet people closer to home. Aside from attending events at National Geographic headquarters, and happy hours hosted by other bloggers, I began to co-host my own series of happy hours. It was a fun, relaxed way […]
For me, TBEX 2010 was all about meeting new travel bloggers.
In Carolyn’s infinite wisdom, she made a chocolate cake for my departure.
March’s venue, as chosen by Stephanie of Twenty-Something Travel, was The Big Hunt.
I descended to the first floor again for Julia Dimon’s talk, “Beyond the Tourist Zone.”
What happens when you confine 20 travel bloggers to a private karaoke room in New York City?
Last Thursday night, I descended upon 92YTribeca in NYC for a panel discussion called Travel Gets Social: The New World of Travel Media. Also in attendance: Maggie Soladay whose tweet about it first caught my eye, Michaela from Briefcase to Backpack, Sherry from Ottsworld, and Brian from No Debt World Travel. Later, I gathered that […]
Clarendon, VA was ground-zero for a DC travel tweetup of epic proportions.
Recently, I’ve had the chance to meet a lot of wonderful travel enthusiasts, writers, editors, photographers, bloggers, and tweeters in New York City and Washington, DC. Topics of conversation often included travel (duh!), media (print and online), blogging, freelance writing, non-conformity, and Moo cards. With that in mind, and an excitable co-host in Stephanie from […]