I remember like it happened yesterday!
From the moment I boarded the plane back home, I was bursting with excitement to tell everyone about our lovely vacation in Europe.
I couldn't wait to share hundreds of our amazing photos. To tell all the entertaining stories, humorous anecdotes, and even that weird, scary experience. To show off the many places we had visited and enjoyed.
And I wanted to do it all at once. With everyone - friends, family, co-workers.
But there wasn't much time. I had to be back at the office to catch up with a massive backlog.
What could I do?
My husband came up with a brilliant suggestion. "Why not write a travel blog?" he suggested.
I grinned widely. That's what I'd do.
But it wasn't easy. Or simple. All solutions were too technical, too expensive, or too hard to find.
I spent weeks creating our Europe travel blog here
Once it was done, I told my folks about it - and they LOVED it. I got some lovely feedback, awesome comments - and the deeply satisfying envious posts from my 'cubicle neighbors' who wished they could have escaped the drudgery of a hot, humid office in Chennai to lark around the cool scenic countryside of rural England!
And that's not all.
My travel blog kept on getting visitors. A lot of new people came in search of information about travel in the U.K. I made many new 'virtual friends'. A community grew up around some posts.
||Seasoned travelers came to relive their fond memories through commenting on my posts. Hopeful first-time visitors, travel bags packed and tickets in hand, came seeking advise or revealing their excitement to 'follow in my footsteps'!
It's thrilling to go back to my blog and look at photos that bring those happy days back into sharp focus.
It's fun to meet others who have been there, and have had similar (or even different) experiences - or are looking forward to their own.
It's satisfying to be able to guide and help others who plan to travel to these places soon.
One quiet evening, as we browsed the pages of our now steadily growing travel blog, my husband broke into my thoughts with a startling comment.
"Why don't we help others create travel blogs like ours?"
It was startling because the exact same idea had been running through my mind!
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P.S. - Once you get hooked to publishing a travel blog, you'll find yourself going on more trips - just so you can add new stuff to your blog!
That's a nice bonus to have, right?
Please let me know if you have any doubts or questions. I look forward to visiting your own personal travel blog very soon!