Dream of becoming a digital nomad? Learn how with these 6 tips from someone who’s written their way around the world.
Welcome to our new series, Meet the Freelance Writer! Here, you’ll meet a diverse range of individuals who have carved out a place in the world of full-time freelance writing. In this interview, you’ll find out all about Megan Jerrard of the travel blog Mapping Megan.
If you have the right skills, then join hundreds of other budding travel writers who frequently sell their travel and lifestyle articles to publishers.
Becoming a published travel writer for one of the magazines you thumb through at the local bookstore is a valid goal, but in reality, breaking into print is extremely difficult because it seems like the elite club of travel writers is permanently closed.
Spin a beautiful picture so as to make the reader want to visit that place. If you could get a picture of it then you can take its help to give an apt description. So, giving a photographic description will make your travelogue that much more appealing.
Free trips! Exotic vacations! First-class travel, everything paid for! Ah, the life of a travel writer. All you need to do is bang out a few words about it and you’re part of the besotted brotherhood of pampered travel journalists.
If you want to balance the demands of freelance writing with parenting and vacationing, here are a few things you can try. First, get a laptop if you don’t already have one.
I recently had the pleasurable challenge of working with seven Navy SEALs on communication skills. They were fine young men, and their writing and presentation skills varied based on their educational level, from a GED to a college degree
A dream of many writers is to get traveling jobs and travel for free. In this article you can learn how to write great travel articles and holiday reviews..
It may seem like every writer’s dream, but taking your writing skills on a road trip is a little harder than you might first think! After completing an 11 000 kilometer road trip around Australia, education author Anne Vize shares some tips for taking your writing on the road.
While being a general travel writer can be fun as you get to write, and learn, about a lot of exciting places, the fact is your best work will come from writing about places or areas of the travel industry you know well.
As a passionate writer myself, I discover the pleasure of travel writing relatively later in my writing career. In comparison with other projects I was involved – as diplomatic journalism, such as – the challenge of putting in writing my very own travel experiences