I have this little eccentricity about travel writing: I gag whenever someone casually uses “explore” in any form. For example, “I explored Sweden this summer.” Or Twitter bios that say stuff like “I’m an explorer who is determined to visit…
If you’ve been blogging for awhile, you’ll see shifts in your style. I’ve fallen into a few bad habits, and it’s time to make some changes.
One of my ongoing travel problems is getting off my high horse – especially about types of travel. Another blogger’s words resonate with me by reminding me that I’m not alone.
Should you drink your own pee? That’s the question asked in the lead story of my Cool Content roundup. Plus, kooks, underground wars, bad writing and more!
Here’s my first-ever roundup of cool content I’ve unearthed from other bloggers.
I hate it when my blog reads like some half-baked travel brochure. I’m trying really hard to watch what I say here to guard against it. One of the sacrifices to the cause: the word “explore.”