You don't need to travel to get started as a travel writer. The more I explored my hometown and surrounding areas, the more great stories seemed to jump out at me.
As someone who occasionally goes overseas, taking and selling travel photos, Theresa says it’s refreshing to learn that she can still profit from photography without even leaving her hometown.
I want to let you in on a secret... Becoming a travel writer is easy. Anyone can do it. You don't need a degree in journalism.
If someone had told me a few years ago that I could become a travel writer and that it would not have to include jetting off to parts unknown, I would have laughed at them. Don’t get me wrong. I’d love to pack a bag and explore exotic locations every day for the rest of Read more...: Explore Your Local Area…and Become a Travel Writer
If someone had told me a few years ago that I could become a travel writer and that it would not have to include jetting off to parts unknown, I would have laughed at them...
Hitting milestones in anyone’s life can be pretty amazing. Big or small, they give us a reason to celebrate. I keep careful track of my stock photography images, as well as the sites I list them on in hopes of a new sale, so when I recently passed the 15,000 image mark, I was ecstatic. Read more...: How I Turned Photography Into an Income That Funds My Travel
I’m wearing a chic-robe that’s downy soft, the color of creamy butter. A soft-spoken attendant approaches, directing me to an inviting lounge chair, set in the middle of a spacious room.