We don’t always write about the people who flatter themselves thinking we do. We don’t always shine a spotlight on every story.
The notion that La Croix isn’t sucker punching Perrier right it its overly-hyped face is frankly, laughable.
They have a way with words. Yes they can spin words and make you soothed by it. So yes, expect those long text messages that can appear like an essay.
Words are our thing. Our texts and emails are long because we think you deserve all the words we know.
Whenever we say we make a living from travel blogging, almost everyone immediately imagines us lying on a beach, sipping cocktails as we spend a couple of hours writing an article.
Adventure doesn’t have to be found across the world. Find it in little moments, in spontaneity, in conversations that challenge your thinking. Embrace the confusion of this time of your life and accept it as a challenge to see and experience as much you possibly can.
If you write about me, I was worth writing about. I wasn’t a drop in the bucket, or a notch on the bedpost. I wasn’t just another girl who said they liked your smile or who said, “I bet you’re going to do cool thing someday.” It means that I resonated, that I left a mark.
“I think a lot of people only see the finished product so they don’t know how much work goes into it.”
If others couldn’t see my worth, I must not have any.
There is a difference between going onto Twitter and making fun of yourself for burning the roof of your mouth your pizza bites (been there) and constantly using it as a way to poke at things you just don’t happen to be into.