Writing Round-Up: A Year of Not Blogging
So, I’m probably the worst travel blogger in bloggerdom. I’ve been writing in this blog for 6 years, but months and months pass by without a peep. And yet, that’s usually a good sign—it means I’m keeping busy; it does not mean I’m not writing.
I published my first ebook this past October, which took a lot out of me, writing-wise. And while I haven’t been posting on this blog, I have been posting ‘round the web, here and there.
Last year I wrote about my stay at Sun and Co. in Javea, Spain—my first coliving experience. Enjoyed it so much, I’m going back this fall.
This past fall, I wrote a post for BoldFace: The official blog of Editors Toronto on the economic imperative for a digital nomad life. And I was interviewed for Editors Canada’s Active Voice on how I came to be a digital nomad.
I also spent a few months contributing to Remoters.net, writing about nuts and bolt topics like
- how to increase your screen real estate,
- places to work besides coworkings and cafes,
- the costs of cafes vs coworking spaces,
- and some of the hidden costs of going remote: travel hiccups, your health, paying taxes, and the lack of routine.
To top it off, I wrote 2 new books for young readers, including:
- Design Thinking for a Better World: Designing Inclusive Communities
- Animals Back from the Brink: Bringing Back the Whooping Crane
Now, I do have a few posts hiding in the cobwebs, so I’ll do my blogger best to make this blog more bloggerific in future.