Posts Tagged ‘Don’t Give Up’

Interview with The Travel Tart
[Posted on: 8 June 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Interviews, Podcasts]
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Over the weekend I had the great pleasure of interviewing Anthony Bianco, also known as “The Travel Tart“. After a couple of technical glitches on my end and an error calculating the time difference between Arizona and Brisbane, Australia (which I finally worked out using an online time zone converter tool) , I finally got […]

What Exactly IS Travel Writing?
[Posted on: 5 June 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Getting Started]

I spent the better part of this past Sunday morning finally getting caught up on a number of my favorite travel blogs that I try to follow regularly. I also chatted briefly with a friend, who asked, when I told her what I was doing, about the travel blogs I follow, so I told her […]

Tips for Dealing with Burnout
[Posted on: 3 June 2009]
[Posted in: Overcoming Obstacles, Tips & Tricks]
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Being a travel writer is great, but you can get ‘burned out’ just like you can with any other job. Your friends may all envy you for living the exciting, glamorous life of a writer, but you’re not immune to burnout — in fact, it can be worse for writers! Where others can often put […]

Travel Writing – The Importance of Getting ‘Out There’
[Posted on: 29 May 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Started, Guest Blog Posts, Overcoming Obstacles]

I was invited to write this guest post on Travel Writers Exchange about how important it is to ‘get out there’ in regards to your travel writing. I am going to write about my experience so far of how important it is to take action on this matter. The bottom line for me is: if […]

Travel Skills Can Look Good on a Travel Writer’s Resume
[Posted on: 27 May 2009]
[Posted in: Opportunities, Tips & Tricks]

I recently read a great blog post on Brave New Traveler titled “How to Make Travel Look Good on a Resume“, in which author Matthew Kepnes writes about people who have taken a year off to travel (commonly called a “gap year”), and how they can use that travel experience on their resume if they […]

Jump Start Your Creativity With a Coach
[Posted on: 15 May 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Overcoming Obstacles]

Travel writing is fun and exciting, but it’s still writing, and you may feel stuck from time-to-time. Writer’s block may settle in for a period of time which can drive you nuts! You many not know what to write. You may end up getting frustrated and then quit writing. If you want to get to […]

Are You a Perpetual Traveler or World Citizen?
[Posted on: 27 April 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Opportunities, Overcoming Obstacles]

F. Daniel Harbecke, a writer with Brave New Traveler wrote the following article, Would You Be A Perpetual Traveler Or World Citizen?, which was his response to the question posed in the original article by Joel Falconer at LifeHack. Both are very interesting articles — very thought-provoking! As a travel writer, you may consider yourself […]

Kelsey Timmerman and the Effects of Globalization
[Posted on: 24 April 2009]
[Posted in: Enhance Your Writing, Getting Started, Opportunities]

Have you read any extraordinary travel articles (or written any)? As a travel writer, you know there’s more to writing great travel articles than the typical “Top 10 Night Spots in L.A” – that’s been done many times over and just doesn’t cut it these days. These days the truly great travel articles have a […]

Ease Your Stress Over Travel Writing Articles
[Posted on: 6 April 2009]
[Posted in: Getting Readers, Getting Started, Tips & Tricks]
[1 Comment]

Many travel writers may hyperventilate at the thought of writing travel articles each day. Calm down and take a deep breath. If you have some structure around developing your travel articles, you can flesh them out. You’ll be surprised at the amount of travel writing articles you could post on Ezine Articles or Go Articles. […]

Connect with others in a travel writing forum

A travel writing forum is a great way to connect with travel writers all over the world. You can make international connections within seconds. Plus, you never know what you’ll find within the pages of a travel writing forum. If you have a question, put it on a forum. Forget about searching the internet for […]



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