Joel Ward is hilarious. I am not quite sure when I fully realized this. I have been following him on Twitter for a long time and he posts some great dry tweets there, but for some reason I had been giving his blog a short shrift.
Suzy is “traveling with a redheaded temperament” and all I can say is that all appears good from my side of the computer screen. Her website, SuzyGuese.com, is as visually stunning as its creator and her photographs and travel stories would make anyone want to travel with her. If you haven’t already, head over after she answers her Lucky 13 and take a long, slow stroll through one of the better travel websites out there.
Brash. Rude. Hilarious. Willing to engage in inappropriate sexual tinged banter during #TNI on Thursday afternoons on Twitter. The ability to cut you open in 140 characters like a verbal surgeon.
Shamelessly swiping from Jeannie’s website, “In my late thirties, I was stuck in an unsatisfying desk job and courting a growing resentment towards the North American lifestyle. After swearing to change my life on a file folder, I sold my earthly possessions and set off in June 2010.
Akila and Patrick have one of my favorite “food porn” (and travel) websites. They were one of the first travel bloggers I met when I started Twitter and they have always been incredibly helpful when I have asked any questions on locations or camera how-to’s or anything else. Of the long, long list of people I look forward to finally meeting in person, they are up near the top.
Tweet Kate is cool. Period. Suppose it is kinda lazy to stop there, so I’ll go on, but if you aren’t reading her blog Adventurous Kate and following her on Twitter, you are simply missing out. Kate built up an incredibly devoted following, even before she took to the road. Recently, she’s embarked on her [...]
Abby Tegnelia has led one of the more unusual and interesting last half decades of anyone I know. From working 80 hour work weeks in major U.S. cities like Las Vegas and Los Angeles, to dropping out of the fast lane for an extended stay in Costa Rica, to coming back stateside and sliding right in as the editor of a successful and important magazine focusing on Las Vegas.
Tweet As she says on her site, Nerd’s Eye View, let’s meet the nerd. I “meet” Pam on Twitter, when I dove into a discussion/argument that she was having. I didn’t realize at the time, but thank the lord that I was on her side. And I never wish to be on the other side [...]