Social Media, Travel Planning

15 Ways Successful Travel Bloggers Build Blog Momentum When They’re Not Traveling

It’s a hard time to be a travel blogger.

Don’t worry, I’m not going to discuss the C-word in any meaningful way nor provide any medical advice whatsoever in this article.

First off, I’m in no way qualified to do so, and secondly, I prefer to stay in my own lane.

Instead, I’m going to talk about something I have first-hand experience with: Building blog momentum when you’re not traveling.

Travel Planning

How to Successfully Pitch Hotel Collaborations & Land Free Stays

As a travel blogger, every trip is essentially a “work trip,” regardless of if you’re getting paid, doing hotel collaborations, or fully funding your own travels.

Your career depends on documentation, whether it’s nailing Instagram shots, writing stellar blogs, recording drone footage, or a combination thereof.

So what if you could leverage your content creation skills and influence to promote hotels while also reducing travel costs?

Travel Planning

How I Plan My Trips

When it comes to planning trips, some cringe at the thought while others relish the opportunity.

I happen to fall into the second category myself, which I suppose comes with the territory of being a classic Type A personality. I’ve always been detail-oriented by nature, so the idea of researching, planning, and putting all the little pieces of a trip together sort of excites me.

Travel Fashion

My Favorite Summer Travel Accessories

My favorite season is just around the corner, and I’m already dreaming of sandy toes, tan lines, and far-off destinations…

As I’m finalizing plans to quell my wanderlust this summer, I thought I’d take a minute to share the travel accessories that’ll be making their way into my carry-on very soon.

Do any of these make your list?

Honeymoon, Travel Planning

How to Choose Your Honeymoon Destination

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been thinking about your honeymoon since before you were engaged.

But even if it wasn’t so much as a thought pre-engagement, I can pretty much guarantee it suddenly became very important to you once you got caught in the dumpster fire we refer to as wedding planning.

Trust me when I say, once you are in the thick of planning your wedding, a honeymoon suddenly means more to you than a superfluous vacation you occasionally catch on Instagram.

Honeymoon, Travel Planning

Ditch the Dish Towels: 6 Tips for Starting a Honeymoon Registry

If you’re reading this as a newly-engaged individual, congratulations!

If not, no judgments here – kudos to you for getting ahead of the game (or for simply expanding your outlook)!

In any case, for those of you who have activated wedding planning mode, selected your wedding party line-up, and are beginning to question why you didn’t just elope (don’t worry, I promise it’s all worth it in the end), you’ve probably started to think about what you want to register for.