Who am I? It’s simple. I am someone who is constantly in search of new and unique experiences.
To me, travel is about finding the destinations, the experiences and the people who make each spot on this globe unique. I love to seek out the familiar as well as the odd & quirky. If I can inspire someone to travel, or to think about the world a bit differently, then I consider that success. If I can get my followers talking, and conversing about these different customs and sights in the world, then I’ll sail on Cloud Nine and start searching out more places to share.
I’ve been travel blogging for more than six years, but I’ve actually been traveling and writing my whole life. I’ve freelanced for dozens of regional and national publications such as Highlights for Children, Child Magazine, Boys’ Life, Capper’s, Personal Journaling, Dog Fancy, Wee Parents, Daughters’ Newsletter, Hole, German Life, and others. In addition, I wrote weekly columns, book reviews, restaurant reviews, feature articles, and advertorials for the Cox Newspaper Group from 2005-2008.
I’ve always been a writer. I’ll always be a writer. If you want me to write about your venue, attraction, or area, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’d like a sampling of other things I’ve written, you can find that here. I hope you like what you read and keep coming back to Browsing The Atlas for more!
Tybee Island, Georgia – Viator Travel Blog
48 Hours in Manchester – Viator Travel Blog
Par’s Place – restaurant review
How I Became a Restaurant Reviewer, NOT a Food Critic – Writers Weekly
Bringing Books to Life – Bay Parent Magazine
Gaston County Cornhole – Hole Magazine
Chess: Getting More Girls on the Board – Daughters Newsletter
It’s True What They Say About Writing True Crime – Writers Weekly
Arloi Dee – restaurant review