I’ve been a bad blogger…
If you read this site regularly, you may have noticed that I haven’t posted in the last month. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have noticed that my tweets have been largely silent. But fear not, it’s not that I’ve given up, I’ve just been busy. Insanely busy, in fact.
See, I’m not one of those fancy travel bloggers who’s perpetually traveling (like Wandering Earl, who has continually been traveling for the past 12 years and is a great guy…I met him in New York City last month). I have a job like most people do. And I have a life that has absolutely nothing to do with travel. Sometimes, like in the past month, that job and life get in the way of writing and tweeting…both of which take a lot more time than people think!
It’s not for lack of trying. I love to travel and I love to share my thoughts with you. And I have so many stories to share from a lifetime of travel. Like what it was like to spend a childhood in Ecuador… (didn’t know that about me? Check out my About page) that I hope you’ll stick around to read.
I freelance professionally so there is very little consistency in my life. This is great because it gives me the freedom to travel. But it also means that I go from doing very little do being absolutely slammed work-wise in the blink of an eye. The last couple months were slammed, giving me little time to have a social life and practically no time for blogging!
But I am seeing a light at the end of the tunnel.
Life is calming down. And there is some very exciting travel stuff coming up for me!
O the next 3 months, I’ll be embarking on some brand new adventures, starting, oh….a week ago! A month in Charlotte, NC for work. A week in Rochester, NY for work. A week and a half in San Francisco to visit family. And then a month or so in the Middle East on an adventure that is still in the planning stages. All in all, it means very little time will be spent at home for me (which means more time to write about all the amazing experiences that will come from these trips!), and that’s a good thing!
Help Me Plan Some Adventures!
In fact, I’d love your help in planning these adventures. What do you recommend for Charlotte or the San Francisco Bay Area? What about the Middle East? I’m definitely starting in Israel, which I know somewhat limits my travel in the area. Where else should I check out while I’m there?
So for now I can say, I’m back! And through all this upcoming travel, I will definitely have something to share with you! All I can say is, I’m glad to have you along for the ride!