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 […]
In Carolyn’s infinite wisdom, she made a chocolate cake for my departure.
I caught 3 matches on 3 different continents, and they were all exciting.
March’s venue, as chosen by Stephanie of Twenty-Something Travel, was The Big Hunt.
Stephanie and I would like to thank everyone who made it out.
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 […]
I decided to make this the occasion that I picked up Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Writing.
A Dead Bat In Paraguay is not your typical travel memoir, and that’s exactly why I enjoyed it.