Seven years after I started travel blogging, I am finally seeing the profession come into its own with the success of TBEX Toronto. Travel blogging has arrived!
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I’m excited to announce that I’m a proud member of a new group of travel industry and media professionals who have come together to promote responsible ecotourism.
After three months in India, I suddenly wanted to get home to Canada. Here are my top 10 things to experience in Canada, all sorely missed while i was away.
You may be surprised to learn that Mahindra has been organizing travel blogger conferences for 5 years in India. Here’s my report on their ConClay Kanatal.
With this guest post, I am introducing Lindsay Johnston, a talented Canadian travel writer who will helping with the development of Breathedreamgo.
Niche Blogging for the Strategically Impaired: Blogging and social media are a lot of work. To succeed you need to combine passion (love) and strategy (money). These are my 5 top tips from 6 years as a travel blogger.
And a breakthrough year for travel bloggers I’ve been travel blogging about India and meaningful travel for about two-and-a-half years on Breathedreamgo, and for several years before that on a previous blog, too. Slowly, I’ve been building my career as a travel blogger and advocate for travel blogging, and this week feels like a breakthrough [...]
In 2005, following a series of devastating personal losses, I traveled to India for six months. That trip changed my life. Among other things, I found my muse as a writer. Now, I tell stories about transformative travel — the kind of travel that changes you. Click more to read my story.
I’m really pleased to announce that Breathedreamgo was nominated for 3 Canadian Weblog Awards 2011 in the Writing, Travel and Design categories.
Chris Guillebeau is the creator of The Art of Non-Conformity book, blog and online community. A prolific writer, a gifted speaker and an obsessed world traveler, he seems to have boundless energy for encouraging people to get off the hamster wheel and live life their own way. I interviewed him when he was in Toronto on his North-American-wide Unconventional Book Tour.